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Re: [K12OSN] Life after LTSP



On 11/10/10 7:24 PM, Charlie wrote:
So realistically, DRBL is limited as well since it requires like architecture on
the server and client, as in you can't have a really robust x64 based LTSP
server and a x86 based client solution. Not much use in running a high end
server hardware system on a 32bit x86 OS.

It should be pretty straightforward to run a virtual machine under xen, kvm, vmware, or virtualbox running DRBL per NIC (or perhaps VLAN) if you have a larger server. Home directories could be nfs-shared from the host and mounted to both VMs and clients.

Or, maybe the DRBL mode that lets you boot the clients from a live-CD type image could be used.


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  Les Mikesell
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