Setting up with two NICS
balmquist at mindfirestudios.com
Wed May 21 21:58:02 UTC 2008
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Take a look at this.
If any of it looks confusing, let me know.
On May 21, 2008, at 12:47 PM, Kemp, Levi wrote:
> I just joined this list knowing that I'm going to need help very
> soon setting up Fedora 9 with LTSP 5. I've got to decide this soon
> if I want to use Ubuntu 8.04 or Fedora 9 for my computer lab this
> fall. I've successfully setup Ubuntu 8.04 with LTSP, works great
> aside from the fact that getting it integrated into AD is more
> complicated. They've got likewise and SADMS, and I can get them to
> work to some degree but always fail at pam_mount. With Fedora I can
> easily integrate into AD, it just works, and getting pam_mount to
> work is pretty simple. But I haven't successfully installed LTSP 5
> into it yet. I followed the install directions as best I could, but
> I fear I'm lost when it comes to configuring the second nic. I see
> the bridge is setup, but only one nic is active (outside network).
> It seems like this might be a simple step, and since everything
> else may already be configured correctly if I could get some
> assistance I'm likely to go with Fedora again this year, I'm more
> used to it because of Eric Harrison anyways. Thanks. Let me know
> what info you need because I know I'm being vague here, but I'm
> unsure where to troubleshoot at the moment.
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