[K12OSN] Client won't boot, but getting close
Terrell Prude', Jr.
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Tue Apr 6 00:02:28 UTC 2004
I've seen this before, and when I had to deal with it, it turned out to
be settings in nfs that were wacked. Make sure that your /etc/exports
file looks something like this (this one came straight off of my server):
[microman at takhisis microman]$ more /etc/exports
## LTS-begin ##
# The lines between the 'LTS-begin' and the 'LTS-end' were added
# on: Wed Nov 28 11:19:42 PST 2001 by the ltsp installation script.
# For more information, visit the ltsp homepage
# at http://www.ltsp.org
# The following entries need to be uncommented if you want
# Local App support in ltsp
## LTS-end ##
[microman at takhisis microman]$
Note that I allow the entire 192.168.0.0/24 subnet for all three
directories. Also note that no_root_squash is turned on. This, BTW,
should be the default config, but if something got hosed, try this out.
Angus Carr wrote:
> Oh, well, there goes that theory.
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> Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 14:40:52 -0500
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> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Client won't boot, but getting close
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