Enabling tftp

Warren Togami wtogami at redhat.com
Wed Apr 16 00:59:45 UTC 2008

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>     From:    burke at thealmquists.net
>     Subject: Enabling tftp
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> Just a couple simple things that I found by installing the FC9 beta 
> (x86_64) and following the instructions on the wiki.
> - -Had to manually enable tftpd.

This is already in the documentation.

> - -Had to use --arch i386 when doing the ltsp-build-client since I was 
> using the x86_64. It says that lower on the page but really should be in 
> the part about ltsp-build-client and --release option. (people that want 
> to test ppc later etc may need this here too, if that's even working yet)

Only i386 chroot install is implemented.  It should already be default 
if you run ltsp-build-client on a i386 or x86_64 box.  It has been this 
way in Fedora for months now.  This hasn't been the case for you?

> - -Before doing the bridge thing you have to set the ethX nic to manual 
> and leave out network assignments, if you had previously assigned values 
> you had to clear them first to get the bridge working (or at least I 
> did, I originally input the old 192.168 manual address that k12ltsp used).
> Just some stuff to add to the documentation.

Good point.  Are you interested in helping to improve our documentation? 
    If so please create an account here then e-mail me privately so I 
can enable your account for Wiki edit access.

Warren Togami
wtogami at redhat.com

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