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Re: [K12OSN] Testing Local Hardware with LTSP?



Thanks I will have to find it on my Ubuntu system at the moment I forgot
my co-worker deleted the Fedora LTSP because he thought that Fedora 10
was up to date enough.  I will have to rebuild it from scratch now ;( .
Thanks for your help.  I will look for this fix in Ubuntu as well would
be nice to have all of our LTSP able to run local items (program).

On Fri, 2010-09-17 at 20:24 +0200, Informatik (Christian Ostheimer)
wrote: 
> Am 17.09.2010 um 16:33 schrieb B Marl <buffalosolja gmail com>:
> 
> > I am able to get the LTSP working now (Fedora 10 :( ) but is there
> > anyway to test local hardware on a client.  I am using something called
> > Passmark Burnin Test to test our hardware periodically for failures and
> > such.  But I realize that when I boot it from LTSP it only test server
> > settings and gives server component information.  Can this not be done
> > in LTSP?  I like using LTSP because of the control I have over my client
> > machines should I look more to a PXE type installation?  Thanks for your
> > time.
> Enable local apps in lts.conf. Then command 
> ltsp-localapps your_local_app
> starts a program on the client. This program must have been added to the ltsp chroot. 
> 
> Regards,
> Christian Ostheimer
> 
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