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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP status



William Fragakis wrote:

>> I'm taking particular note because we've just bought some atom
>> based all-in-ones that won't boot under ltsp 4 (K12ltsp 5 el) and
>> I've been pondering how to at least migrate to ltsp 5 without being
>> brutally hackish. It's a professional work environment where
>> stability and uptime are the prime considerations so messing about
>> with F13 like I do at home isn't my first instinct. I'm used to the
>> fedora schema so moving to edubuntu involves some learning curve
>> issues I don't want to deal with at the moment either. And seeing
>> the issues that cropped up with 10.04 which I run on a couple of
>> boxes reminds me that ubuntu is more fedora-ish than centos-ish, 
>> ie they'll include the latest and greatest at the risk of breaking
>> something.

Does anyone know what the likelihood is of CentOS 6 and LTSP 5 being packaged?

RHEL 6 is in its second beta (of 3, probably) so it's starting to come into view over the horizon. I'm running two CentOS 5 servers now and am thankful for their stability -- they just work. Like others, though, I'd like to move to LTSP 5 and haven't had the time or energy to do look into doing it on my current systems. If CentOS-6/LTSP-5 were to be packaged (or LTSP-5 was a reasonably easy install to a base CentOS system) that would be terrific, I think.

-- 
Henry



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