[K12OSN] hotplug issue
eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us
Sun Dec 5 04:35:08 UTC 2004
On Sat, 4 Dec 2004, norbert wrote:
>>>> Are you referring to this?
>>> Yes that's the CD I'm using however I'm using K12ltsp on the server..
>> If you are using pxes, client-side problems probably need to be
>> reported to the pxes folks.
>> PXES *replaces* the K12LTSP client boot process, having K12LTSP on
>> the server doesn't really matter in this case.
>> Hopefully that makes sense ;-)
> The problem is specific ot 4.2 since the CD work fine with both 4.0.1 & 4.1.1
> therefore I must conclude that something has changed on the server side ????
> But as I mentionned in my last email I'm getting the same problem with a boot
> floppy also.....
> .....and that doesn't make sense :-D
In LTSP/K12LSTP, the client uses BOOTP/PXE to download a kernel and
an initial ram disk. The initial ram disk contains software to NFS
mount the server and to execute the LTSP software via NFS. The X
server the client runs, for example, is located on the NFS share.
PXES is self-contained, the boot image contains all of the software
needed, including the X server. NFS is not used at all (and since
the LTSP software is *only* on NFS, PXES never uses the LTSP software).
When you boot via floppy, are you using a LTSP or a PXES image?
If you are getting hotplug errors, it must be PXES since LTSP does
not include hotplug...
Could you post your /etc/dhcpd.conf? That'll help us figure out exactly
what software is running.
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