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LOBOS (Linux OS Boots OS) is a software program (or "system") that allows remote booting ("netbooting") of a personal computer without using a BIOS. It allows one kernel to boot another kernel. LOBOS is part of an effort to move away from fixed, proprietary BIOSes to systems that allow more adaptability, especially with different physical peripheral devices.

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