Hi Mike, On Samstag, 28. September 2013, Mike Gabriel wrote: > AFAICT, there is no such thing as an amd64 only thint client server. > The LTSP chroot always is i386. To avoid the issue one would have to > install the Terminal server as i386, as well. However, installing > 32bit terminal servers is nothing people should be recommended to do > nowadays (memory allocation over 4gb). I know one could argue: install > the server 32bit and get the amd64 kernel, but that is rather a hack > IMHO. Actually no: amd64 userland is bigger than i386, so it really makes sense to run i386 userland with an amd64 kernel. > In a nutshell, amd64 terminal server with an i386 will be one of the > most common setups. And if the manual suggests installing those > machines over PXE, people will (sooner or later) bump into this issue. I agree we should fix this, but I dont think we should postpone the release any further. cheers, Holger
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