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Re: What has happened to [K12OSN] K12Linux



Exactly the same complaints arose about half a year ago on the
edubuntu list. In general it is probably due to the fact that many
LTSP admins are very experienced with Linux, and it can seem quite
daunting to those that are new to this terrain. Maybe we take too many
things for granted. LTSP 5 has given us much better options for fine
tuning and managing our LTSP servers, maybe its a question of
documentation?

David Van Assche
www.nubae.com

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Luis Montes <monteslu cox net> wrote:
> Warren Togami wrote:
>>
>> bear2bar wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>> You can add my vote to the growing list of "Confused Linux Promoters"
>>> a.k.a Linux Sys Admin & Users you find it near to impossible to believe what
>>> has happened to Linux. As an early adopter of K12LTSP I was delighted by the
>>> ease and coherent approach to setting up and run a thin-client system, now
>>> with K12linux it seems nothing short of a miracle if the server doesn't
>>> ..... ugh ..... crash, something akin to the "Blue Screen of Death".
>>
>> Why has nobody reported a bug of this nature?  It has been totally fine
>> for me for the better part the past year  If nobody complains then I can
>> only assume that it is working fine.
>>
>> Warren Togami
>> wtogami redhat com
>>
>
> The post is a bit confusing to say the least.  It went from being a post
> about  being hard to configure to being unstable.  Configuration difficulty
> is somewhat debatable, but I haven't seen any stability problems.
>
> Luis
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