[Soekris] MS RIS boot possible?
jason at macrosys.com
Wed Jul 21 22:00:53 UTC 2004
> > Maybe I would understand code better if I sat on a high
> I know you'd understand it better if you could see it. You can't.
Thanks for the compliment, I wouldn't be that sure myself. My inability
to understand code is pretty burdensome.
> Great, what's an F12? In ascii, please.
> Having dealt with decoding PC keyboards in hardware, I'd expect that
> it's not what you think it is.
Live and learn, I guess. I tend to be too optimistic on these things.
> A sniffer on your TTY (physical or logical) would show what's
> passing through.
This is a little OT, so I wouldn't mind an off-list reply: if I have
OpenBSD on both ends, is there an "easy" way to do this (i.e. no coding
beyond shell scripts)?
> I find it hysterical that MS expects a keyboard and a PC one at that.
Agreed. (Side note: RIS is able to kick off an OpenBSD install, though,
on a "regular" PC)
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