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Re: [K12OSN] HP Laptop as a thin client



The laptop has a built-in NIC. All the info I could find on it is this : "Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)" I'm just using the laptop's built in network boot. As far as the server, I do not know.

On 4/2/07, Jim McQuillan <jam mcquil com> wrote:
Sabino,

What kind of NIC do you have in the laptop?

Is it a PCMCIA card? or is it built-in?

What are you using to boot, Etherboot or PXE ?

Jim McQuillan
jam Ltsp org



Sabino Sakells wrote:
> Hello, I am a Harbor City school student doing a project on LTS, and I was
> trying to get my HP dv2025nr laptop to work as a thin client. Unfortunately
> it got through a lot of the set up until it tried to mount /proc, when it
> said "BIOS32 says PCI NIC, but no PCI NIC????" This laptop is running
> Windows, and I was to understand that all I had to do was enable network
> boot, put that at the top of the boot order, and it would work. How would I
> fix this? I need all the help I can get.
>
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