[K12OSN] Client won't boot, but getting close
acarr at saskforestcentre.ca
Mon Apr 5 18:41:34 UTC 2004
My experience with this sort of thing is that you have a Windows DHCP
server which paradoxically requires you to add a link in your
filesystem. It serves up the incorrect path for your filesystem. It
hands out /opt/ltsp/i3860000 instead of /opt/ltsp/i386. All you need to
do is add a symbolic link. I can't remember off-hand if you need to
check NFS exports - try it and see.
Watch your client boot messages - it tells you the correct name.
Smile and nod, though- it's a Win DHCP issue.
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 12:10:55 -0500
From: Brandon Kovach <bkovach at lrhs.greene-r8.k12.mo.us>
Subject: [K12OSN] Client won't boot, but getting close
To: k12osn at redhat.com
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I have a single NIC setup going. I have the client requesting an IP
addy from a DHCP server, the DHCP server is talking with the K12 server,
but the client says that it failed to mount the root filesystem from <ip
addy>:/opt/ltsp/i386: Permission Denied.
ANyone know what that means?
New to this whole thing
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