The Bootstrap Protocol.
A protocol described in RFCs 951 and 1084 and used for booting diskless workstations.
See also Reverse Address Resolution Protocol.
a servant, as at a hotel, who blacks or polishes shoes and boots. a covering of leather, rubber, or the like, for the foot and all or part of the leg. Chiefly British. any shoe or outer foot covering reaching to the ankle. an overshoe, especially one of rubber or other waterproof material. an instrument […]
adverb making every effort; with no holds barred adjective (boots-and-all when prenominal) behaving or conducted in such a manner
a cavalry bugle call for mounted drill or formation. noun a bugle call formerly used in the US Cavalry to summon soldiers to mount
bootstrap loader operating system A short program loaded from non-volatile storage and used to bootstrap a computer. On early computers great efforts were expended on making the bootstrap loader short, in order to make it easy to toggle in via the front panel switches. It was just clever enough to read in a slightly more […]