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Re: [K12OSN] fedora 10/ltsp install trouble



just a shot in the dark, but I have all sorts of problems when I had
two ethernet cards in my computer. it seems on boot up it reversed
them every time so they were never where they were being looked for.

I removed one of the cards and after that it was finding everything
where I had put it.

not sure why this was a problem (running SUSE) but maybe you have a
similar problem

Bob


On Tue, 24 Mar 2009, Will Hatch wrote:

> Ok, I knew something was different.  When I go to system>>administration>>network, it shows both of my ethernet cards, plus a ltspb.  This puzzled me.
>
> So you are saying I can uninstall ltsp and make a connection to the server with my DevonIT clients the way I used to?  I'm still unsure of how to get this working.  Sorry, I'm a teacher and things like this sometimes require "linux for dummies" instructions before I get it right.
>
> >>> Warren Togami <wtogami redhat com> 3/24/2009 8:28:32 am >>>
> On 03/24/2009 09:00 AM, Will Hatch wrote:
> > I decided to move on from the Centos 5.1 version of k12ltsp to Fedora
> > 10.  I installed Fedora 10 on my server, which is just a beefed up
> > Dell Optiplex with two network cards.  I installed ltsp server and
> > its dependencies after the initial install was finished.  Now I am
> > stuck.
> >
> > I use DevonIT thin clients in my lab.  To create a session/connection
> > you just enter the IP address of the server you are connecting to
> > (different sessions for linux or windows ect).  My clients can't
> > connect.  I followed the network instructions at:
> > https://fedorahosted.org/k12linux/wiki/NetworkSetup but with no luck.
> > I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.  Thanks for any help. -Will
>
> The NetworkSetup page describes booting your clients in a different way,
> where it gets the operating system netboot from the server.  These thin
> clients boot Fedora and login to the server via ldm.  The old K12LTSP
> used XDMCP instead of ldm.
>
> If you want to use it in the old way where it can boot from DetOS, it is
> probably using XDMCP.  You need to manually configure
> /etc/gdm/custom.conf to enable XDMCP.  This is outside the scope of
> K12Linux.  You actually don't need K12Linux at all to act as a XDMCP
> server.  Any ordinary Linux server can do it without K12Linux.
>
> Warren Togami
> wtogami redhat com
>
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