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Establishing LAN with single hard disk

i want to stablish a LAN of 5 computers. But there is only one hard disk in only one computer. how can i manage?
Jan 8 '12 #1
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Rabbit
12,513 Expert Mod 8TB
What? What are those other computers for if there's no hard drives in them? And if they have no hard drives, why would you want to connect them in a LAN anyways?
Jan 9 '12 #2
Are you crazy,

What you want to do.You means you have only one complete system & others four system have no hard drive than how it is possible to connect all with network,if you can connect than how you operate them without having a hard drive
Jan 10 '12 #3
Look up Thinclient and PXE boot.
Jan 10 '12 #4
mskctg
9
I have not detail information about it but I know that It can be. You can create a diskless client. Do a google or youtube search about diskless solution.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdsic3d8XN8

http://www.youtube.com/results?searc....0...0.0...1ac.
Sep 10 '12 #5
Fary4u
273 100+
no clue ? how u want to do this.

but any way use the novel network to support multiple hardware support on lan with 1 hdd.

i've done in 1999.
Sep 27 '12 #6

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