#1 By: howtogeek, May 13th, 2013 17:03
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/162260/how-to-network-boot-pxe-an-automated-installation-of-citrix-xen/
Have you ever wished your Hypervisor could be installed at the push of a button, without the tedious searching for the install CD and answering the same boring installation questions? HTG explains how to PXE an automated installation of Citrix-Xen.
#2 By: Justin Garrison, May 14th, 2013 02:33
I love that you guys are covering these Citrix/Xen topics. I know it's not for your usual crowd (and probably get's terrible pageviews) but being someone who manages a Citrix environment I find them incredibly helpful especially when Citrix's documentation can often be very hard to sort through to get any meaningful information from.
@aviad_raviv I had an idea for an article before I left HTG that we should chat about sometime. It involves XenDesktop but maybe we should wait a couple weeks to see what comes out of Citrix Synergy.
#3 By: Aviad Raviv, May 14th, 2013 03:47
@rothgar thank you, it nice to know that there is at least some audience for my stuff about the article idea, sure... i'm open for suggestions.
#4 By: Lowell Heddings, May 14th, 2013 10:50
The pageviews might not be huge, but I'm happy to have these very technical topics, which can really help people.
For instance, we had a reader that was so helped by your other PXE tutorial that he wrote in with his own tutorial for a similar topic.
This guide explains how to configure a Windows Server 2008 machine to push out a static Ubuntu image that can be picked up by diskless terminals, so that you can have any number of machines running a fully-functional instance of Ubuntu without having a hard drive, as long as they are capable of PXE booting.