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Re: [K12OSN] demo an LTSP server on a windows box, without doing aserver install ? YES!



Apt is availible for RPM based systems as well.  I use it on all of mine.
Check out freshrpms.net

Brent Norris (http://brentnorris.net)
Assistant Technology Coordinator, Edmonson County Schools
H: 270.563.9226

On Fri, 15 Nov 2002, Nicolas Pettiaux wrote:

> Le Jeudi 14 Novembre 2002 19:00, haynest mchsi com a écrit :
>
> > With my laptop I have to pass "knoppix nopcmcia screen=1400x1050" to the
> > kernel at boot.
> >
> > You can boot a machine with a broken OS and transfer files via samba to a
> > share on the network before reimaging.
> >
>
> Chere can I download the iso image of that CD. THis is very interesting,
> first because it makes the installation of a K12LTSP systme very simple
> (knoppix includes a script to install the distro on the hard disk once it is
> running from the CD), but also because such a system is based on Debian, a
> very distribution that I find much easier than any other to maintain and
> upgrade. For this one there exists a LOT a really easy to install packages (
> just a matter of typing "apt-get install PACKAGENAME") especially in the
> education field.
>
> Thanks
> Nicolas
>
>





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