[K12OSN] Fedora updates and LTSP

Jim McQuillan jam at mcquil.com
Sun Feb 13 13:38:20 UTC 2005


It sounds like the updates installed new config files for tftpd, which
disabled tftpd access.

Try running ltspcfg, and see if you can re-configure tftpd.

Jim McQuillan
jam at Ltsp.org

On Sun, 13 Feb 2005, Jason Waskiewicz wrote:

> I am currently running Fedora Core 2. I've had some problems with it.
> Today I did a fresh install of the operating system. I then installed
> LTSP. It worked perfectly. All the thin clients loaded just the way they
> were supposed to.
> I then downloaded the updates for Fedora. When I rebooted, the thin
> clients did not boot properly. They identified their IP address and that
> of the server. They identified the kernel. Then, instead of rapidly
> filling the computer screen with dots like they're supposed to, they
> started displaying dots only every minute or so.
> Is there a problem with Fedora updates? Would I be better off not
> downloading updates? Or, should I download LTSP after downloading my
> updates?
> After this experience and experience with this in previous installs, I'm
> pretty sure I have a software problem, but that is as far as my reasoning
> takes me.
> --Jason Waskiewicz
>   jason.waskiewicz at sendit.nodak.edu
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