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Hot Swapping Images

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#1 PCeditorpro


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Posted 30 January 2018 - 12:23 AM

Has anyone ever tried to hot swap bootable images? For example, I have a NAS with plenty of space in a folder contains multiple images such as windows, ubuntu, centos, etc. When you want to load a new image you do something similar to a network boot but it uploads your old screenshot and downloads the one you select. This would only work on LAN because of network speeds. I have had to switch between a bunch of different os installs with different software packages recently and the pile of hard drives and taking my laptop apart to swap drives seems like such a waste of time when I could download a screenshot from the NAS get a coffee go to a meeting something of that sorts and its ready. 

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