Table of contents
- 1. Requirements
This is a way to get rid of your (noisy) harddrive from the HTPC.
I solved this using WinAoE, a driver for AoE (ATA Over Ethernet) to Windows, and a Linux server running DHCP, TFTP and vblade.
- A Linux server, running DHCP, TFTP and vblade. (Use Google if you need help on setting it up).
- A network-card in your HTPC capable of booting from the network (PXE)
Since this guide has been published already, I will give you a link instead of writing it all here: