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I'm getting this after executing "ltsp image /" which is "Could not locate vmlinuz and initrd.img in /srv/ltsp/images/x86_64.img", even when trying to PXE boot the setup, I get complaints of a missing vmlinuz file.
Helenah: is your boot partition separate?
I do not know about 'boot', but I do know about these similar topics: 'BOOTPROMPT_OPTS', 'boot-partition', 'bootfloppy', 'local-boot', 'panic-reboot'
boot-partition: If you're using a separate partition for /boot, you need to define it like e.g. "ltsp image /,,/boot,subdir=boot". See "man ltsp ipxe" for more on "advanced image sources".
I got my thin client booted, not even sure if it is a thin client, I'm used to LTSP5 and how you can set up fat clients instead if wanted. I noticed just like in LTSP5, the IP address is set. Thing is, I have a second NIC which requires a static IP and is what the gateway is on.
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