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Re: [K12OSN] DHCP and different LTSP distros



On Tue, 2007-06-26 at 11:25 +0300, Meelis Saar wrote:
> > From: "Terrell Prudé Jr."
> > 1.) dhcpd is actually handing out the correct IP addresses for the LTSP
> clients,
> 
> It must work, all non-network-booting clients get its address.
> 
> > 2.) in.tftpd is working.  Try manually TFTP'ing some of those bootfiles
> over to your thick client.
> 
> Honestly, i do not know, how manually chec this. But if client cannot get
> file via TFTP while TFTP is UP, it gives an error message.
> And TFTP server in another host is definitely working. If i enable DHCP
> there (in fc5 server), All working. Even another fc5 LTSP server can
> connect. But it vannot connect, when DHCP server working in Centos server.
> 
Make sure that tftpd in turned on in /etc/xinetd.d/tftpd on the Centos
server. There should be a line that reads "disable = no" for it to work.
Once done, restart xinetd (service xinetd restart).
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