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+## Network booting into the server at pmikkelsen.com
+Sometimes it is nice to be able to connect directly to a remote server
+from my laptop and have the same root filesystem available.
+This is possible by typing `tls` at the boot prompt and then
+typing `pmikkelsen.com` for the fs and auth server.
+On my internet connection some things can be very slow
+(such as compiling the entire system), because of fs access now happens
+over the network. The easy fix is to just start a cpu connection to the server
+where the fs access can happen fast since it is on the same machine. This is
+done by typing
+ rcpu -h pmikkelsen.com
+Of course the server has a pretty slow cpu..
+## Server settings
+Some steps are needed to make this work:
+1. The user must be added to the fileserver and auth server.
+2. The fileserver must be listening for remote connections.
+3. The correct ndb entries must be set (in the beginning I forgot `fs` and I could
+only connect via tcp, not tls)
+More information about all those steps can be found in section 7 of [the 9front FQA](http://fqa.9front.org/fqa7.html).