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Synonyms for to boot

in addition, by way of addition


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announced recently a cost-effective joint solution that allows storage administrators to use SANRAD's iSCSI V-Switch in conjunction with emBoot's netBoot/i software to enable servers to boot off the IP SAN using any standard Ethernet network interface, eliminating the need for internal server disk drives.
To Boot, it's a commodity, and those who enlist in his proposed "Freedom Legion" would be disposable cannon fodder: "U.S.
These boot diskettes will contain the network drivers, protocol stacks, and network control files necessary to boot the machine, connect it to the network, and map a network drive to the location where the image file is located.
In order to boot to the SCSI drive, a setting had to be made in the BIOS instructing the system to boot from SCSI.