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 So I built this PXE server to eliminate my need for CD/DVD base installation media. That got me to thinking about SAN boot and how I could eliminate the need for a physical hard drive on some of my physical computers. I knew of 2 SAN boot options, Fiber Channel and iSCSI. I definitely can't afford the equipment necessary for Fiber Channel, so iSCSI was my choice. Here is how I installed and boot Ubuntu and CentOS using an iSCSI target disk.  So I built this PXE server to eliminate my need for CD/DVD base installation media. That got me to thinking about SAN boot and how I could eliminate the need for a physical hard drive on some of my physical computers. I knew of 2 SAN boot options, Fiber Channel and iSCSI. I definitely can't afford the equipment necessary for Fiber Channel, so iSCSI was my choice. Here is how I installed and boot Ubuntu and CentOS using an iSCSI target disk. 
  
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