[K12OSN] Timeline for K12LTSP 4.1

Julius Szelagiewicz julius at turtle.com
Thu Apr 15 19:04:25 UTC 2004

On Wed, 14 Apr 2004, Eric Harrison wrote:
> Fedora Core 2 & LTSP version 4.1 are both scheduled to be released on
> May 17th. That is just a little over a month from now. If all goes well,
> we'll have K12LTSP 4.1 ready on the same day.
> But it is going to be tough for me to hit that target. I've just been
> *swamped* the last two weeks or so, I'm WAY BEHIND on the K12OSN list. I
> will be out of town Friday->Sunday this week, and will be taking next
> Thursday->Sunday off for R&R (i.e. no computers or my SO will kill me).
> Throw in my normal 50-60 hour work week and only two weeks worth of
> evenings set aside for hacking, the schedule becomes a little tight ;-)
> As I have stated in the past, I really prefer to keep the K12LTSP
> development work on the main k12osn at redhat.com mailing list. But since
> I'm going to have difficultly keeping up, I set up a temporary list
> where K12LTSP 4.1 bug reports & feature request may be sent w/o the risk
> of me missing them:
> k12ltsp-devel at mesd.k12.or.us
> http://mailman.mesd.k12.or.us/mailman/listinfo/k12ltsp-devel
> This is an open list that is archived, you don't need to be subscribed
> to send an email to the list. Please keep sending emails to the K12OSN
> list, but CC the k12ltsp-devel at mesd.k12.or.us list if it pertains to
> K12LTSP 4.1 development.
> -Eric
	I tried to install the 4.1-pre on my new sony laptop (pcg-z1wap),
but the installation craps out very early on when it asks me for the
driver, as it is unable to find any acceptable disk.
	Install of 4.0.0 went fine, upgrade from it still demands a
driver. The ide hardware is intel 82801 dbm ultra ata storage
controller, the disk is a plain 2.5 toshiba 80GB.
	Any suggestions are welcome, as I'd love to start playing withe
the new stuff. julius

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