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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP Gurus...Help pl : First LTSP install & Kernel panic





On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 6:11 AM, Burke Almquist <burke thealmquists net> wrote:

This is interesting. Are you using NBD? If you are, you need to rebuild the image any time you change the chroot that the clients are booting from.
Don't know anything about using NBD. How do I check?

But I have not changed any setting regarding chroot....whatever is default is being done....don't know enough to do any customization ;-)
 
It looks like a Fedora 11 kernel is being used to boot the client?
 
And it should BE SL? hmm...script buggy? or did I screw up? I assumed SL/EL was default option and did not give any --release option.....Do I need to give something like --release SL or EL or something similar?

I don't have my test system up to compare at the moment.

>
> Then deleted the directory i386 again....did an --arch i386 --release 14 install....New Error was:
>
> No root device found
> Boot has failed, sleeping forever..
>
> Rebooted client after giving a rdshell option in the kernel command line in the file default at /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg (my boot system is gPXE from CD and target client is i386....just for info to other noobs like me...location of this will change according to these)
>
> Error message became:
> No root device found.
> Dropping to debug shell.
> sh: can't access tty: job control turned off
> dracut:/#
>
> Will try rdshell on a normal SL/EL install & post. Meanwhile, would like some feedback on these. Again the client machine is PIII 550 MHz.
Just curious, but how much memory do these machines have?
 
RAM in this particular machine is 128 mb.

We have machines from 128 mb to 256 mb lying junk with us, which we are looking to use, in addition, we wish to add low power thin-clients.

And do you know what mode NIC they have?
 
NIC is Realtek RTL8029AS - a 10 mbps bnc/rj45 half-height card.

lspci confirms this.


On standard SL/EL install with rdshell command in kernel parameters....error is again (I am assuming that SL/EL is booting and not FC11 as being speculated above):

No root device found.
Dropping to debug shell.
sh: can't access tty: job control turned off
dracut:/#

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