wtogami at redhat.com
Tue Jul 8 03:03:46 UTC 2008
That's part of the reason why I am suggesting that we don't point users
at it now. It cannot do a complete job of setting up a server without a
serious amount of more work. At least if you follow the steps in the
documentation you know exactly what you did and what to do to undo it.
Ashley Gale wrote:
> Hi Warren,
> Ho do you fix it if you have run ltsp-server-initialize? Or am I better
> doing a fresh install.
> (Newbie who does not know how to fix it and put it in)
> Warren Togami wrote:
>> I'm thinking that we should remove ltsp-server-initialize from the
>> documentation so newbie users don't use it and get burned.
>> It is clearly not ready today, and knowing what to do to "fix" is not
>> straight forward due to it not being clear which interface should be
>> attached to the bridge.
>> If you personally want to work on ltsp-server-initialize then please
>> do. You don't need permission from anyone. Post your questions,
>> comments and patches to this list for others to review.
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