Re: Ltsp Diskless Workstation (Low Fat Client)-questions
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- Subject: Re: Ltsp Diskless Workstation (Low Fat Client)-questions
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- Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2007 18:17:06 +0200
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Hi all, I found that the server was slow for a kernel bug causing
problem with the acpi on my laptop.
I reinstalled debian-edu,
installed all the update,
recompile the latest kernel to fix the acpi bug,
lunched the diskless workstation (DW) script.
I notice one problem in the DW procedure: once added the machines to
lwat, I was not capable to login in the DW.
For login, or better, for make lwat changes be effective, I had to reboot.
I'm sure of that because after insert the machines in lwat I let on
the server all night and in the morning I was still not able to login.
I rebooted and than the DW was working fine.