[K12OSN] upgrade 4.0.1 to 4.1
jam at mcquil.com
Sat Sep 4 22:59:47 UTC 2004
Are you wanting to install LTSP-4.1, or are you wanting to upgrade your
entire k12ltsp system to 4.1 ?
If you just want to add LTSP-4.1 to your existing system, then just
go ahead and rename /opt/ltsp to /opt/ltsp-4, and then install LTSP-4.1
to /opt/ltsp. Then, you can have some workstations using ltsp-4 and
others use ltsp-4.1.
If you want to upgrade your k12ltsp system to the latest, then you
have a choice of doing an in-place upgrade, or wiping the system clean
and doing a new install.
I always prefer a full re-install, rather than an in-place upgrade, but
that's just me. Others prefer the in-place upgrade.
jam at Ltsp.org
On Sat, 4 Sep 2004, norbert wrote:
> Thanks but I don't quite understand .... do I rename and then upgrade ? or
> install a second 4.1 kernel....
> cliebow at downeast.net wrote:
>> hi norbert....i just renmae the /opt/ltsp/i386 folder to 1386-4 and change
>> the root path in dhcpd.conf to that...then you can installl 4.1 using the
>> default path of i386...the two file systems can cosxist just fine...in my
>> system i have ltsp 3 4 4.1 and ppc all paralle to each other
>>> Hi all,
>>> Just a quick question, is it better to reinstall or is it "safe" to
>>> upgrade from 4.0.1 to 4.1
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