Eric Harrison eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us
Tue Jan 4 16:35:20 UTC 2005

Over vacation my laptop died. I bought a shiny new HP Pavilion zv5000
with an amd64 cpu in it. I should have some sort of K12LTSP/64 support
in the near future...


On Tue, 2005-01-04 at 10:27 -0600, Angus Carr wrote:
> I am about to receive an amd64 machine. I am planning on running it for 
> a few months as a workstation, then replace the current K12LTSP box with 
> the amd64.
> I know that there isn't a 64-bit distribution of K12LTSP, but I remember 
> Eric H. saying he had it running on a few of his machines.
> Where do I look for the list of packages to install manually on top of a 
> 64-bit Fedora Core 3 install? I would like to compile the packages for 
> myself  and then I can upload them somewhere, if that's of use to 
> anyone. I suppose in the end I would like to propose that we 
> (collectively) maintain a set of amd64 packages for use. If there was 
> enough interest, we could probably even set it up as a yum/apt 
> repository so installation of k12LTSP/64 would be as simple as 
> installing FC/64 followed by adding a line to yum.conf and doing a yum 
> install k12ltsp.
> Ok, I admit it, there's a lot of work to achieve the dream, but I am 
> willing to do my part to get my own equipment up and running. Anyone 
> else interested in K12LTSP on the amd64 platform?
> Angus Carr.

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