New Service to Boot Operating System over Internet

New service allows users to download and install any Linux operating system directly from Internet. Netboot.me is a website that provides a bootable image and burns it to a CD, USB memory stick, or floppy disk that displays a menu with the distribution list and some useful tools for system diagnostics, partition and recovery.

Basically Netboot.me uses open source loader gPXE. Which is significantly enhanced by expending new protocols including NFS, FTP and HTTP. You can find in the OS List: Tiny Core Linux 2.2, Micro Core Linux 2.2, Debian Lenny, Debian Testing, Fedora 11, openSUSE 11.1, Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10, and FreeBSD 7.2.

Here you can find a screenshot demonstrating how to use it as a universal bootdisk and installer.

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