In the BIOS there is an option for booting from the network. I've never done this before (with any computer) but I believe the process works like this:
Broadcast a BOOTP/DHCP request for an IP address and where to find boot image
TFTP the boot image and load it
Is that what "network boot" means? I think so.
So, my question is, how to find or create an image the WS can boot from, and how to host it. Ideally, a linux-on-floppy distro to host the servers (bootp/dhcp, tftp, and the image) but I don't care if the servers run on Windows.
(My WS is pretty much disabled and I'm looking for ways to get other files on it. I have MS-DOS on the original DoC and another 72MB DoC that has no bootable image on it. I can't get HD's to be recognized with any HD controller I have. I'd like to be able to format the 72MB DoC and get a decent linux distro on it.)