[K12OSN] New version of K12ltsp??
"Terrell Prudé Jr."
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sun May 4 22:36:05 UTC 2008
The download links are on the homepage of http://www.k12ltsp.org,
including a .torrent. If you have a Bittorrent client, that's the way
that's kindest to the mirrors.
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> Hi Terrell,
> Thanks for the info, now where do I get k12ltsp EL ?
> Terrell Prudé Jr. wrote:
>> Possible? Maybe. Recommended? Hell, no! You will spend possibly
>> an order of magnitude more time trying to sort out RPM dependencies
>> and maybe even just trying to get the system to boot.
>> If I were you, I'd just do a fresh install. This is, of course,
>> after you've backed up any changes your dhcpd.conf (or equivalent on
>> that version of K12LTSP). If by "CentOS EL" you mean "K12LTSP EL",
>> then the answer is yes. K12LTSP "EL" releases are essentially the
>> same as any other K12LTSP release, the difference being that the base
>> is CentOS, not Fedora. Here's an explanation of the differences.
>> Do you GNU <http://www.gnu.org>?
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>> bear2bar wrote:
>>> I've been out of the loop for some time & this question may seem
>>> "dumb" but on the k12ltsp site it mentions that FC6 versions & up
>>> are discontinued and that new version of k12ltsp are available with
>>> Centos EL5. Does that mean that Centos EL5 incorporates all the
>>> k12ltsp functions???
>>> Then the next questions are:
>>> -is it possible to upgrade from a FC1 installation to Centos
>>> without a wipe & re-install?
>>> -can existing IPcop setup be used as-is or will new config and
>>> port forwarding be needed?
>>> -will default client setup need to be rebuilt?
>>> thank you for your help
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