Thanks for the links of info, however there is a problem ... the second
link, http://bofh.be/clusterknoppix/doc/xx.html, displays a KDE desktop
with a menu item "KNOPPIX" with extensions. I installed on my HD KNOPPIX
V3.2003-05-20 and I do not have that menu item. (A search found
Next the configurations goes well, except for selecting "squid -
therefore excluded" and the workstations bootup to an error "can't
NFSmount KNOPPIX filesystem" I 've searched for this error message in the
archives, FAQ, forums, etc..., without any results.
Can you (or anyone) help explain and resolve this?
Thank you for any assistance.
James Jensen <jmsjnsnsatx yahoo com> wrote:
clusterKnoppix can be used as thin-client server. You do NOT have to
install it on any of your thin-clients. Just boot the clusterKnoppix CD
your "server" and the thin-clients can then boot from it just as they
>from an LTSP/K12LTSP server (once you do the configure). Works great.
See the docs at:
You can install clusterKnoppix to hdd using the included knx-hdinstall
command. You will need about 2GB of HDD space plus space for your
swapfile. Very easy, just be sure to install with ext2 or ReiserFS
only--XFS and ext3 won't work.
I just loaded clusterKnoppix on a machine today with ReiserFS. A couple
things to tweak, for example: you need to adjust your keyboard layout
settings (I did this in KDE Control Panel), and the video settings need
be customized for your particular video hardware in XF86Config file...
I like ext3 so I will reload using ext2 and then attempt to convert it
ext3 and see if it works out:
...another thing to do will be to create seperate partitions for various
aspects of the system (/home, /etc, /var, etc.) and move them from the
knoppix root partition on the HDD.