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The following notes explain how biosconfig describes devices:
Floppy refers to whatever the BIOS considers a removable device.
For example, this could be a USB flash drive.
A USB flash drive bigger than 512 MB is referred to as a disk.
A USB/CD-ROM is classed as a CD and not a removable device.
PXE means a bootable network device.
For example, this might be an Ethernet controller or an InfiniBand interface that has boot support in its expansion ROM.
The device name examples listed in the following table are used in XML file output in this chapter.