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Re: [K12OSN] Given this situation, why bother continue with LTSP?



On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 15:23 -0500, Doug Simpson wrote:
> Actually, if you don't need floppy access on those computers (and even if 
> you do it is still doable. . .put the boot floppy into the floppy drive, 
> slide the floppy drive back into the case and put the blanker back in.
> \
> Out of sight - out of mind!
> 
> Works for me!

Alternately, you can install the boot image on the harddrive. It is a
different image, but works and you don't need much of a hard drive for
it. This can also be used to dual-boot the machine. Way-back in the list
archives (or maybe on the LTSP archive) someone successfully did this.

I figure a floppy is more likely to go bad than an hd, especially with
infrequent use.

JSR/


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