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Re: [K12OSN] hung on kernal ..........

My iptables appeared to be running.  Once I shut it off the clients worked fine.  Sorry for all the trouble and thanks for the help.

>From: Brad Mills
>Reply-To: k12osn redhat com
>To: k12osn redhat com, jam mcquil com
>Subject: Re: [K12OSN] hung on kernal ..........
>Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2003 17:17:21 EDT
> > On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Kale Schaub wrote:
> >
> > >
> > > I just finished a fresh installation of LTSP 3.1.1.  I formatted all
> > > drives and have not yet messed with any configuration.  When I turn on
> > > any of my thin clients they are unable to load the kernel from the
> > > server. 
> Possible: from a terminal, type in simply, 'dhcpd'. If all is well, it gives a
>nice output, if any errors, it will try to tell you, as well. Might be worth a
>look - as well, (I'm a horrible newbie) have learned to do:
> service nfs stop [ok, or fail?]
> service nfs start [ok] 3 of these ...
> service xinetd stop [ok]
> service xinetd start [ok]
> service dhcpd stop [get lots of 'fails' here, as in, it's not up ]
> service dhcpd stop [ok, or fail?]
> Additionally, (if installed) nmap, and then, nmapfe will give you a quick
>scan, see what's running. Select UDP ... else, tcpdump will at least give you
>some clue as to what's going on.
> /b
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