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  1. Mahesh says:

    I want to create pxe server in bootable pen-drive like as red-hat classroom setup pen drive.

  2. Bheesham says:

    I am able to connect using VNC but on client machine it is stuck at vncconfig screen showing message as attempting to start vncconfig.

    It is required to setup VNC as well? If yes, please share the steps.

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