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try2free: Error: "Partitions" is not a valid command.
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I'm thinking of running VirtualBox on my system, with a LSTP version as a guest os. Any recommendations? Hardware wise I should be okay; E8400 cpu with 8G RAM and enough HDD space.
yeah but running true virtualisation is recommended (kvm or xen) as with container VM u use aboutt 80% of original performance)
There is something for ubuntu that is a total vm solution,, I forget the name but its like JeOS or something
pronounced 'juice' heh
mmm.. not sure if this is what I actually need... To clarify - currently I have my own system and a dedicated server running 8.04 LTSP server for 4-5 hosts in my home. I'd like to house the LTSP in my box as a virtual machine. Couldn't I just install a vanilla LTSP server as a virtual machine?
wpgmb: u probably could, but u are gonna run into quite a few problems
LTSP is not meant to run virtualised
other than resources
well generally its assumed u use an external /internal zone type setup
that doesnt really fit with the vm model... but I guess if you seperate off the components it wouldnt be too problematic...
but just on resources alone... it will run at about 80% of what it would do unvritualised
"well generally its assumed u use an external /internal zone type setup" clarify, please?
LTSP = 2 network cards
Nubae: yes, I understand that.. That could simply be resolved by adding a couple of Nic's
.. and dedicate those to the virtual LTSP server
theres more to take into account, those 2 nics are there for a reason, because normally its setup as internal serving dhcp to thin clients, surely those wont be virtual
anyway, the biggest issue I think is its a waste
and there are no benefits
Ok - I must be missing some important point here. I was under the impression that a virtual machine can operate as if it were a stand-alone unit. Granted - some hardware is shared, but to the outside, a host connected to a virtual server doesn't know the difference, albeit somewhat performance challenged.
that is true
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I read the manual about LDM rc scripts
I found about I, S and K scripts in this directory
but in rd.d LDM's direcotry I found X script too
please, when these X scripts are invoked?
at the same time
sorry, I do not understand
I, S and K scripts are invoked in diferent time (initialization, start and stop session)
oh, they are invoked last it looks like
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johnny: heya man
been quite a while. I'm trying to fix my genkernel initrd so it has not nin modules for broader support, so the nfs quits failing to mount.. but i forget how.
edit the genkernel modules_load ?
kc8pxy, i don't have a gentoo box anymore
really? wow.. it die?
no, that machine is now ubuntu ltsp server at red emmas
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my laptop is too slow to run gentoo
i'm using fedora 11
they wanted me to use ubuntu on the ltsp machine
since we already run ubuntu on the other machine
MODULES_LOAD="" genkernel initrd .....??? i forget.
no.. it's a file in /usr/share/genkernel
it's in a subdirectory therein
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johnny: thx man. i remembered it wasin a file, but forgot which file it was.
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In ubuntu, I'm booting with PXE. I've disabled the splashscreen and enabled verbose output. The ouput starts getting interesting after "IP-Config: eth0 complete (from ...)", then fixe lines of information then "Error: Connect: Connection refused". Later "mount: mounting /rofs on /root/rofs failed: Invalid argument" and "mount: mounting /dev|sys|proc on /root/dev|sys|proc failed: No such file or directory". Finally "Target filesystem doesn
What does it all mean?
sounds like you're not running an essential service
is nbd stuff properly in /etc/inetd.conf ?
Oh wait, yes ndb.
I think the default configuration is broken I'll have a look.
johnny: What port should nbd run on?
(Since for some reason it's blank in my config)
Hmm, my goggles aren't working too well. Anyone got a working /etc/nbd-server/config they can paste in or pastebin or what have you?
There's /usr/sbin/nbdrootd which uses a configuration fileless nbd but it has the port set to 0
it should be provided by /etc/inetd.conf
not in /etc/nbd-server
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There is an entry there. I'm having trouble understanding what's going wrong then.
I don't know if this means anything but I get a connection refused trying netcat localhost 2000
what does it say?
is the openbsd-inetd running right now?
I'm using xinetd I think. Should I use openbsd-inetd instead?
I know xinetd is working in inetd compatibile mode because tftp works.
Wait, no it isn't.
Ah, I ran that myself. So I need to install openbsd-inetd
Works now. Whoo.