[K12OSN] An example of config file for fat client?

David Van Assche dvanassche at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 13:54:11 UTC 2010

Oopps... my message got split in the middle and doesn't quite make
sense. What I meant to say is that fatclient (the  nubae one) is kinda
obsolete, even though at the time (pre lynx) it all worked like a
charm.... ie,

kind regards.Dav-d

If you are having problems you can always go back to my script and
compare to upstream to see what has changed. I remember the main
cencer at the times secuurity and n

On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 2:47 PM, David Van Assche <dvanassche at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>   I'd suggest using either one approach or another. The fatclient
> built within the LTSP builds is slightly more limited than the
> fatclient plugin I created. Things such as local devs, printing, local
> sound, etc, all work with my app  though there are many many reposrs
> and perhaps exx[;idg reasons to use the upstream version.  It will
> (hopefully) keep work spirit for us as a team, thououflygh one can
> ever know
> On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 2:08 PM, B Marl <buffalosolja at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have done everything as in the Fat Client configuration under the
>> Ubuntu LTSP, and it is still not using local devices?  I have went
>> through it a couple of times and don't see where I went wrong.  I know
>> its not booting off the original ltsp thin client because I moved the
>> directory and watched the tftpd load fat64 (my chroot name).  So I am
>> really confused honestly (no different than before) on what I need to
>> change.  I adjusted things as well in accordance to Nubae's Habari Fat
>> Client configuration and still doesn't see local devices; HDD, USB, CPU,
>> etc.
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