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Re: [K12OSN] K12ltsp 2.1.1 problems

Since it's a RPM package, ask rpm to list all package and filter the
output for string dhcpd.
rpm -qa | grep dhcpd

It is dhcpd and not dhcpcd (client) that you are looking for right?

I am not familiar with ntsysv, i use chkconfig. Again filter the output
to find dhcpd

chkconfig --list | grep dhcpd, you will get the list of runlevel and
whether or not the deamon is scheduled to run in.
Where did you get your rpm package, from the CD or off the net?
Once installed there should be a startup script in the init.d folder

Jim McBride a écrit :
> All:
> Installed K12ltsp. I installed as server. All seemed to go smoothly.
>  From prior experience I looked to see if dhcpd was running by trying
> netstat -ah | grep ":67" and ps aux | grep dhcpd
>  From this I concluded that dhcpd was not running. I thought that I
> included this in my installation.
> Anyway located the rpm and copied it to a temp location on my hd and
> installed it from there. If I try to install it a second time it tells
> me that it is already installed.
> Tried ntsysv and don't see dhcpd there (see portmap and others that Ltsp
> needs. This seems to be the only thing missing).
> Tried service dhcpd restart (and various incantations thereof) but still
> no luck.
> Suggestions!!! Please be specific. It would seem to be  there and
> "installed" but
> How do I invoke it?
> How do I make this automatic so that  every time I boot the server it loads.
> How do I make it part of the ntsysv display?
> I have spent a considerable amount of time on this and do not ask on a
> casual basis. It just seems that with every distro/combo of Ltsp that I
> try there  is always something that prevents me from successfully
> booting a ws.
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