I am the author of Omniboot (omniboot.at) and I have integrated Slitaz prominently on the first page of the main menu and beginning from the base-version as I offer a cd and dvd version too.
I consider Slitaz to be the most powerful distribution within OmniBoot, since it offers most functionality in the tiniest thinkable form.
Everything contained in the cd version of OmniBoot starts over PXE. Getting to know Slitaz I quickly realized that there was a great simplified server environment yet contained which would perfectly fit for my plan to allow OmniBoot via an integrated distro to be it's own PXE-Server.
My idea is to allow the OmniBoot-user to directly boot Slitaz with a specific kernel parameter so it starts the pxe-services by default, preferably without any x-desktop, just a "dumb" server.
I have unsquashed rootfs from RC1 and tried to understand all the logic. But I wasn't able to get near the solution. Usually I find some logic in the init-script which parses kernel-parameters, in Slitaz I wasn't able to find and understand how kernel-parameters were managed.
I am well aware of udhcpd.conf and inetd.conf to get the pxe-services going. I can slightly imagine how to cook a customized version but I would appreciate if it could be done with the same edition which also allows to boot the "normal" Slitaz desktop.
I think for those who develop this my idea shouldn't be too difficult to implement, but of course I am open to teachings about the contrary ;)
edit: not unsquashed a cpio archive of course ;))