[K12OSN] K12 setup in Fedora 11
Eric John Nagel
enagel at northlakechristian.org
Tue Nov 10 15:07:26 UTC 2009
Thanks very much William,
We now have the server up with one client. The only issue now is to set
the resolution for the thin client(s). We are looking for how to do that.
We are using the Netier Net Express XL 1000 as our thin clients. Good
timing on our part, the video on the F6 server went out this morning.
Thanks again, Eric
> Look in the archives for both this group and the dev list:
> the wiki is
> which should cover the basics.
> btw, K12LTSP 5EL is based on Centos5 which is pretty close to what you
> are presently running. If you just need the basic functionality, this is
> a very stable distribution. K12Linux handles Flash, local applications
> and newer hardware better, though.
> Also, keep in mind, Fedora 12 is out in about a week. The reason I
> mention a new, "unproven" version is because Fedora goes EOL so quickly,
> officially around 13 months. Fedora 6 hasn't been supported since Dec
> '07. If you do an installation of F11, you'll probably want to migrate
> to F12 or F13 (unlucky?) to remain on a supported release.
> On Sat, 2009-11-07 at 12:00 -0500, k12osn-request at redhat.com wrote:
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 13:22:58 -0600
>> From: "Eric John Nagel" <enagel at northlakechristian.org>
>> Subject: [K12OSN] K12 setup in Fedora 11
>> To: k12osn at redhat.com
>> <1cef2a3f0a82dadd0000d19ef4861138.squirrel at mail.northlakechristian.org>
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>> We are new to the mailing list and are building a new version of our
>> library network on Fedora 11. Have it running now on Fedora 6.
>> Where is the best place to go for set up, and fine tuning?
>> Shlama w'burkate, ejn
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