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Provisioning on Bare Metal the LinMin Way

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It’s one thing to install Linux or Windows on a system of your own, it’s an entirely different thing to install Linux or Windows on a couple of dozen to a couple of thousand PCs. That’s where LinMin comes in with the newest version of its flagship bare metal installation program, LBMP (LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning) 5.2
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The fundamental fact of LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning is it does just what it says: It lets you install Windows and a variety of Linuxes, including Red Hat, Novell, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora and Asianux, on PCs and servers without operating systems. All together, LinMin can install and provision Lover 50 different versions and architectures of Linux and Windows.

What’s new in this version is that it has a fully automated installation process.

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