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is this the correct format for /etc/ltsp/ltsp-build-client.conf?
and why is it not included in all distributions by default?
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how can i pass kenel parameters to a specific thinclient?
schregge: etherboot or pxe?
schregge: i would use pxelinux.cfg/default
pxelinux.cfg/01-<mac-address> for a specific client, but that's ONLY for pxe clients
more details there...
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alkisg, hi, changed defaults for live DVD, it should now work with existing dhcp server, IP address of the dvd would have to manually changed according to existing setup
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Hey cyberorg! Did you use dnsmasq for this?
alkisg, nopes, kiwi already had that feature :)
But if the existing dhcp server doesn't give a filename, how are the clients going to boot?
we made that default now
alkisg, we have dhcpd running on ltsp server
cyberorg: it says this: "You need to configure your original DHCP server (not the ltsp) , by editing it's dhcpd.conf: "
alkisg, that is if we dont want second dhcpd at all
I'm saying that in the case where I *can't* reconfigure my original dhcp server, then I can't boot...
in that case appending kiwiserver=192.168.1.231 kiwiservertype=tftp is enough
we now append that by default
cyberorg: Let me get this from the beginning. I have a router which acts as a dhcp server. It cannot be programmed to give a filename.
How can I boot ltsp in the same switch?
Answer: (1) make the ltsp server a proxydhcp, or (2) have multiple dhcp servers in the same switch. The first one is a "correct" way to do it, the second one is a little tricky.
alkisg, simply configure IP statically, name server and gateway of ltsp server, run easy-ltsp > prebuilt image
cyberorg: statically where, in the pxe clients?
we would have two dhcp servers in same network
on the server
How are the clients going to get an ip?
alkisg, ltsp server will give them
router will not answer PXE requests
Most cheap router/modems do have an embedded dhcp server
Most greek schools use such a server to hand out dhcp leases
alkisg, yes, but they dont answer pxe requests
try it, it works :)
some people have it in production already
cyberorg: I know it *can* work, I've tried all possible dhcp combinations :P But you have to rewrite dhcpd.conf if you only have 1 nic.
alkisg, trust me, in kiwi-ltsp setup you will not have to change anything on other dhcp server
No, not in the other dhcp server, in the ltsp server you have to change dhcpd.conf.
I know you have a script to do that (easy-ltsp what was its name)
But it won't cooperate with the existing dhcp server
It'll use the same range...
alkisg, you can specify range you want
Yes, so you need to do it manually.
A proxydhcp is the correct way to do that, that's why I'm waiting for the next dnsmasq version. Everything would be done automatically.
...because the ltsp-server will have nothing to do with ip leases, it'll just provide the filename and other boot info.
alkisg, either do it manually or from easy-ltsp, dhcpd.conf is auto generated
cyberorg: if I have a network of 10.10.10.x, and my router/dhcp server hands out addresses in the range 10.10.10.2 to 10.10.10.254, then there's no way to make it work correctly.
(with 1 nic)
this setup will work either you have existing dhcp server or not
You'll have to modify the existing dhcp server, *or* use multiple IPs in the ltsp server nic
There's no way to cover all the possible cases/problems with normal dhcp3-server. proxydhcp is the way to go...
alkisg, well we can get it working 90% of the time it is ok :)
cyberorg: wait for the next dnsmasq version, I'll make a script for an ltsp-server to automatically initialize itself in any network. If you like it, you may use it then...
alkisg, ok, till then you can use this solution :)
(really simple, 1) get an ip with dhclient, 2) run dnsmasq as a proxydhcp)
cyberorg: you're doing a fine job, thanks for that.
i think i've also added dhsmasq app on the DVD, so as soon as new version is out it will be there
yup it's there
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the ltsp-build-client.conf file is not a feature for all distributions right?
or should it function the same way regardless of linux distro
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should ltsp-build-client.conf function with every linux distro?
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