[K12OSN] Custom kernel and Opterons

Eric Harrison eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us
Mon Jan 9 18:52:19 UTC 2006

Justin Paulsen wrote:
> Hello,
> I am building a custom kernel for k12ltsp 4.2.1 and I have dual
> opterons, will choosing the opteron option in the kernel config give me
> problems with the software/clients on the system?  Should I choose
> Athalon instead?  Also, does anyone know if there are certain
> drivers/modules that fc3/k12ltsp expects in the kernel?
> Thanks,
> --
> Justin Paulsen
> IT Coordinator
> Frederic School District
> 1-715-327-4223
> paulsenj at frederic.k12.wi.us
> "The world is open.  Are you?"

The terminals use a different kernel (found in /tftpboot/) than the
server. The server and terminal kernels are independent of each other.

There are no specific drivers or modules required on the server, with
the exception of the obvious ones (ethernet, IP, NFS, etc).

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