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Radek, 

As I mentioned before, I faced the same 2 weeks ago.

The older k12 does not support my new intel-chipset thinclient, screen goes black.

The newer system does not properly support my older via-chipset thinclients.

In order to save the day i copied all files under /opt ltsp and /var/lib/tftpboot from an older system to a new install.

Grts j.

Radek Bursztynowski <radek bursztynowski waw pl>schreef:

>William,
>
>I didn't change anything. All config files including lts.conf I got from
>my archive, and I use all the same services using the same config files.
>My firewall is stopped. I will see soon what will be after new system
>installation (I added the second NIC card i HDD dedicated to LTSP.
>
>Best regards,
>Radek
>
>
>----
>> Radek,
>> Sorry for the obvious question but are your lts.conf files reasonably
>> identical going from 5.1 to 5.9? In other words, you aren't using
>> anything that slows things down like compression, etc. in the new
>> version?
>> 
>> btw, thanks for sharing your experiences for those of us about to follow
>> your footsteps.
>> 
>> thanks,
>> William Fragakis
>> 
>> On Sun, 2013-06-23 at 12:00 -0400, k12osn-request redhat com wrote:
>> > Message: 2
>> > Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2013 13:19:49 +0200
>> > From: Rados?aw Bursztynowski <radek bursztynowski waw pl>
>> > To: <k12osn redhat com>
>> > Subject: [K12OSN] Few observations with ltsp-server 5.9 | Where I can
>> >         find    old ltsp-server 5.1 repository
>> > Message-ID: <6825a18aca6506c10ad9f101248d527a 192 168 0 199>
>> > Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="US-ASCII"
>> > 
>> > Hi,
>> > 
>> > Owing to help Joshua (many thanks again) I installed new LTSP K12 on
>> > my
>> > server, and I have few observation with it. I will try to do with this
>> > something later, but today my fresh views are as follow.
>> > 
>> > Let me explain that my old thin clients are very old (the first one:
>> > Pentium III 1000 MHz, 512 MB of memory, GeForce 7300; the second one:
>> > notebook Compaq nc 8230, 2,4 GHz processor, 2 GB of memory, ATI
>> > graphic
>> > card), ltsp-server 5.9 and LTSP client epel-6-i386. Both my old
>> > clients
>> > cooperated with LTSP 5.1 very good.
>> > 
>> > Views:
>> > 
>> > 1. Notebook Compacq nc8230 starts booting, but after starting loading
>> > image from TFTP service (I can see information on my screen) I can see
>> > black screen only.
>> > 
>> > 2. Pentium III - boots, I can work with the client, but:
>> >    - maximum resolution which I cant reach on my monitor (Samsung
>> > SyncMaster T260HD) is 1680x1050, while with LTSP 5.1 I reached
>> > 1900x1200;
>> >    - is very slow and watching movies is not acceptable.
>> > 
>> > I can add, that one my thin client with AMD K6 III 400 MHz, 256 MB of
>> > memory, and GeFforce 5xxx graphic card with ltsp-server 5.1 worked
>> > fine,
>> > including movies. I tested LTSP 5.1 with thnin client Pentium 200 MMX,
>> > 128
>> > MB of memory, and GeForce 440 and I can say, that this thin client
>> > works
>> > with LTSP 5.1 comparable to thin client Pentium III with LTSP 5.9 -
>> > not
>> > acceptable. Thin client Pentium 200 MMX was fine with LTSP 4.2.
>> > 
>> > I will check later LTSP 5.9 with another thin client with Pentium 4
>> > and 1
>> > GB of memory.
>> > 
>> > But I have old thin clients, which I would like to use now too.
>> > 
>> > So my question is:
>> > 
>> > Does anywhere LTSP 5.1 repository exist, which I can use to use my old
>> > think client (let's forget about Pentium 200 MMX, but Pentium III as a
>> > thin
>> > client - why not?)?
>> > 
>> > 
>> > Best regards,
>> > Radek 
>> 
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