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Re: [K12OSN] Directory structure



If you've run ltspadmin ever, it defaults to using /opt/ltsp-4.2 as the
installation directory.  Once you accept that default, it creates that
directory tree (and possibly the /var/ltsp-4.2 directory you're
referring to, I'm not sure). 

Anyway, it happened to me.  I accepted the default of /opt/ltsp-4.2 when
in fact I should have specified /opt/ltsp.  I didn't install anything
into the new tree, so I was left with an extra directory tree with no
files in it, just like you describe.

-Rob

Michael Blinn wrote:
> Hello K12LTSPers  -  On my x86_64 v6 box I have both /var/ltsp/ and
> /var/ltsp-4.2/
>
> /var/ltsp/ has i386/ and i386-1/ for my two subnets, as well a bunch
> of other things.
>
> /var/ltsp-4.2/ seems to be mostly blank, except for directory
> structure and a very few files, though the last-modified date is newer
> than /var/ltsp/ and has a pkg_cache/ltsp-x-core-1.8-0-i386.tgz file in
> it.
>
> Any idea here? They're not symlinked either way so I'm a little
> confused. What is /var/ltsp-4.2/ for?
>
> Thanks,
>  Michael
>
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