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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP on EL 6.4

Hi Burke,

I'm glad I helped. Regarding Wiki change you suggested, I am not the person to say yes or no. I hope someone will do that.

With regard to network - well, each case is different and I do not see the big advantage from bridging yet, being more keen to routing in more complex networks.

Kind regards
Emil Krotki
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Subject: Re: [K12OSN] LTSP on EL 6.4
From: Burke Almquist <burke thealmquists net>
Date: Tue, August 20, 2013 5:24 am
To: "Support list for open source software in schools."
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On Aug 19, 2013, at 2:20 AM, <emil krotki ekrotech com> <emil krotki ekrotech com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Yes, I was hit by same issue. I just added EPEL repository and this helped with "mock".
> EPEL contained somewhat older LTSP, however, upgrading it, or installing from elsewhere should not be an issue.
> There are other obstacles to overcome on that particular distro, feel warned.

Thanks Emil, I was able to get it working. Well, I was able to get a client to boot to it anyhow. I haven't tested other things like local storage, but I was able to boot into a useable environment.
Using EPEL instead of the "new" s3 repository worked for me. Maybe the install instructions on the wiki need to be changed again? I didn't need to do bridging, as assigning any network device assigned to will make the networking work correctly. Otherwise I followed the older version of the install instructions from the wiki. No need to mess with turning network on or network manager off since we aren't using the bridge anymore either!

>> I've been unable to get LTSP to build on Scientific Linux 6.4. When I go to install ltsp-server (yum install ltsp-server) in cancels saying that it cannot find the 'mock' package, which is a dependency for ltsp-server. Has anyone else been able to install ltsp on CentOS 6.4 or RHEL 6.4?

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