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i didn't understood much about PXE, but i read some stuffs about VDI (blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/09/01/virtual-desktop-infrastructure-vdi.aspx) which seems relevant to our work, but i don't know it will work in linux(ubuntu) system ...
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    i didn't understood much about PXE, but i read some stuffs about VDI (blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/09/01/virtual-desktop-infrastructure-vdi.aspx) which seems relevant to our work, but i don't know it will work in linux(ubuntu) system or not and how to implement these stuffs.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sid_das View Post
    i didn't understood much about PXE, but i read some stuffs about VDI (blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/09/01/virtual-desktop-infrastructure-vdi.aspx) which seems relevant to our work, but i don't know it will work in linux(ubuntu) system or not and how to implement these stuffs.

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    VDI has little to do with PXE. A virtual desktop infrastructure allows you to have a client that is viewing a Linux desktop that actually resides on a remote server. PXE allows any system, physical or virtual, to boot from a network operating system image. It doesn't have to be Linux. It can be Linux, Windows, Solaris, or whatever is compatible with your hardware.
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    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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