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[K12OSN] Re: edubuntu



Edubuntu has a very slick installation. For me it is lead, follow or get out of the way. Some points that may help: My advice is that you should conspire with your router to make eth0 some other subnet than 192.168.0.0 and EdUbuntu will do everything automatically. It is much easier to hack the one DHCP setting on the router, or setting a fixed IP address for eth0 than reconfiguring all the networking for the lan. Think hours of time saved and perhaps doing it again sometime.
From: Mark Gumprecht <gumprechtm msad3 org>
Subject: [K12OSN] edubuntu
I'm probably dense on this one, but .... Does Edubuntu (dapper) work out
of the box for booting clients? I've tried to follow the many howtos,
but seem to come up short in a different place every time. Is there a
straight forward howto some one has?
Thanks for any help.
Mark

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