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RE: [K12OSN] Thin Client

Hi John,

First thing to do is select BOOTP. That is the method LTSP uses.

This should get an IP address from the LTSP server. After that I don't know.

>From what I've been reading BOOTP and PXE should work 'out of the box'.

Be aware that any oddities in your cable infrastructure will cause BIG problems. I've been finding these things on my network.


On Friday, May 31, 2002 5:00 PM, John Pilmore [SMTP:jpilmore sd273 k12 id us] wrote:
> Hi Bert,
> Yes I can Change the boot method. Of the options available there are
> RPL, BOOTP, Novell 802.2 and 802.3, NTS, Microsoft LAN Manager and a few
> others. I've tried them all. As far as documentation goes, I've searched
> HP backwards and forwards. And unfortunately, the company that donated
> the units has no docs. One thing I did notice, it looks like the client
> doesn't even get to the point of loading the kernel. I can rename the
> Kernel file to something other than what is listed in the dhcpd.conf
> file and still get the same result. If that means anything..
>  << File: ATT00000.htm >> 

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