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Re: [K12OSN] Changes to dhcpd.conf for PCMCIA Booting



Have you tried the wireless-ltsp package?  It involves
booting the laptop from a floppy (where it gets a
kernel) and then it mounts the root filesystem on the
ltsp server.

-Rob

--- Ben Murphy <benjamin murph gmail com> wrote:

> I'm working with laptops to try and create a mobile
> terminal services
> network. I've gotten the laptops to boot using PXE
> to the point at
> which the terminal receives the kernel from the
> server. At this point,
> I get a kernel panic error that says the network
> device cannot be
> detected and that changes need to be made to
> dhcpd.conf. I'm using
> PCMCIA ethernet devices. What changes should be
> made? It mentions
> option-129 and specifying a NIC, does that simply
> mean adding a driver
> and "pointing" to its location?
> 
> Thank you,
> Ben Murphy
> 
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