So, as it turns out there’s a way to disable the motion sickness-inducing Swoosh! animation that happens when you switch between Spaces (virtual desktops) in Mac OS X.
This is a draft set of steps for getting an automated install server configured on almost any platform using only Apache, DHCP and TFTP. It’s very rough at this point but it functions well enough to PXE boot and install a copy of OpenIndiana (OI). First up, you should make a directory /export/install and:
We have a site-wide PXE boot setup that manages workstations everywhere (using Altiris). Occasionally I want to netboot a specific non-managed boot loader from a specific TFTP server just by configuring the DHCP options for that host.