[K12OSN] CentOS 5 + LTSP 4.2 USB problem
meelis at nlib.ee
Thu Mar 13 08:11:10 UTC 2008
This is a good question! I had an understanding that there is "ready to use"
K12LTSP for CentOS 4 and over looked this 5EL version. Silly me!
Also forgot about the Local Device Access thing. I had read it before but as
I used FC releace I did not need it as it worked out of the box.
Thanks for pointing this out Nils. I'll give 5EL a try :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nils Breunese" <nils at breun.nl>
To: "Support list for open source software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 9:56 AM
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] CentOS 5 + LTSP 4.2 USB problem
> Meelis Mihhailov wrote:
>> I hope you can help me with this problem. I just installed CentOS 5 and
>> installed LTSP 4.2 to it.
> Why didn't you just install K12LTSP 5EL? That's CentOS 5 + LTSP 4.2 +
> everything ready to go.
>> Everything seems to work like a charm. I can boot the client and can log
>> in however I found that my USB stick does not work. It blinks the led
>> for a few seconds and thats it. No icon or link to USB drive.
>> This is the content of lts.conf file
>> Clients get this kernel : 188.8.131.52-ltsp-1
>> Is there someting that I have missed? I did a search in google to find a
>> solution for it but several of them (that I could find) were limited to
>> lts.conf that I have allready defined.
>> I would be grateful if someone could help me to solve this issue :)
> There is something in LTSP called Local Device Access. It just worked out
> of the box on our K12LTSP setup. If you want to install this yourself
> there are instructions on the LTSP wiki:
> Nils Breunese.
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