GRUB 0.90.fm3.8 network boot-disk creator
You'll get a FAT-formatted disk image. Put it on a floppy with:
dd if=grubdisk.img of=/dev/fd0As long as you leave the file stage2 untouched, you can copy/delete/edit files on the disk.
Possible menu file locations begin with
Filesystem semantics are described at http://www.uruk.org/orig-grub/filesystem.txt.
To boot from the network, you have set up BOOTP and TFTP servers correctly.
Here is a small example for a menu.lst file that
uses some new features of GRUB.