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Re: [K12OSN] is dhcp on port 1067 necessary?



I haven't tried it, but I did save an email from a few
weeks/months back when you posted something similar. 
The computer in question is normally booted with a
rom-o-matic floppy, but I was using knoppix just to
test my dhcp setup.

Do you know any tricks for booting my laptop which
only has a floppy drive?  The wireless ltsp package
isn't working.  The boot process stops at "doing
pivot_root" and then claims that the nfs server isn't
responding.  At that point, I can ping the laptop, but
I can't do anything else with it.

Thanks for the help.

-Rob

--- Les Mikesell <les futuresource com> wrote: 
> If you haven't tried it already, note that machines
> that
> don't have enough RAM to run a local Knoppix desktop
> can
> still work as a thin client.  After the text-mode
> boot
> you can 'X -query server' to log in.  This works
> well
> with laptops with pcmcia cards that won't boot over
> the
> network.
> 
> -- 
>   Les Mikesell
>    les futuresource com
> 
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