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13.2.1 bootp

— Command: bootp [--with-configfile]

Initialize a network device via the BOOTP protocol. This command is only available if GRUB is compiled with netboot support. See also Network.

If you specify --with-configfile to this command, GRUB will fetch and load a configuration file specified by your BOOTP server with the vendor tag `150'.

 
 
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