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v4.1, 02 Feb, 1999
The purpose of this Mini-Howto is to explain how to create client root directories on a server that is using NFS Root mounted clients.
(c) 1996 Ofer Maor (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)
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I would like to express my thanks to the author of the NFS-Root Howto, Andreas Kostyrca (<firstname.lastname@example.org>). His Mini-Howto helped me with the first steps in creating a NFS Root Mounted client. My Mini-Howto does not, in any way, try to replace his work, but to enhance it using my experiences in this process.
I would also like to thank Mark Kushinsky (<email@example.com>) for polishing the english and spelling of this Howto, thus making it much more readable.