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Re: [K12OSN] ltsp ubunty hardy, different tftp, ltsp and dhcp server

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How is your network setup? Are you doing the one NIC server install or the two nic installs that separates your thin clients from your main network?

On May 23, 2008, at 8:09 AM, Rudy Gevaert wrote:


I'm new to ltsp and have a default setup working. Now I would like to try to integrate into our network.

That means:
- an already existing seperate dhcp server
- an already existing seperate tftp server
- a new ltsp server

I can configure (for now) that when my client does a pxe boot it gets the correct tftp server:

host linutop.UGent.be { fixed-address; hardware ethernet 00:40:ca:a2:9f:91; next-server wopr; filename "pxelinux.0"; }

wopr is the tftp server

My pxe config file has:
wopr:/srv/tftp/fai/pxelinux.cfg# cat 9DC12778
DEFAULT linutop ro initrd=linutop.img quiet splash

When I pxe boot the client it finds the linutop kernel and linutop.img file. But then I fail into the busybox shell.

I clearly haven't configured where he needs to get his root file system. From the ltsp server.

How do I this? I thought I should be able to do that from the pxelinux.cf directory.

Thank you in advance,
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