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Re: [K12OSN] doing the pivot_root server not responding



Quoting Klaus Ade Johnstad <klaus astro uio no>:

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> lørdag 16. oktober 2004, 11:59, skrev dean mumby co za:
> > Quoting Pete <pvdw criticalcontrol com>:
> > > John A. Smith wrote:
> > > >>Did the newbie read the basic documentation???
> > > >
> > > >Yes . . . and I googled for quite a while too.
> > >
> > > The Doc from James McQuillan?
> > > Page 11
> > > 2.3 Configuring the services needed by LTSP
> > > http://www.ltsp.org/documentation/ltsp-4.1/ltsp-4.1-0-en.pdf
> > > ltspcfg is mentioned there no...?
> > >
> > > Also from that doc (page 30)
> > > Is tftp running?
> > > netstat -anp | grep ":69"
> > > Should return 1 line : udp ....
> > > Check /etc/inetd.conf
> > > tftp dgram udp wait ...
> > > This line is NOT commented out?
> > > in
> > > /etc/xinetd.d/tftp
> > > make sure the service tftp section is enabled
> > > (disable=no) not yes
> > >
> > >  From the logs you send it is either this or NFS
> > > Is the /opt/ltsp/i386 directory listed in /etc/exports?
> > > If not chances are you didn't run ltspcfg properly
> > > See pages 31 and up in the above mentioned doc.
> > >
> > > If TFTP is running we will troubleshoot NFS, let me know
> > >
> > > Peter
> > >
> > > >>Did you run the ltspcfg tool?
> > > >
> > > >No . . . funny no mention of that in the basic documentation . .
> > > > .So I just
> > >
> > > ran it and it didn't seem to make a difference. I'll restart to
> > > make sure all services restart properly with any new config.
> > >
> > > >As for dhcpd.conf ours are identical, except subnets
> > > >
> > > >-john smith
> > >
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> >
> > I must say that I have become slightly dissolutioned with k12ltsp 4.1
> > I had a running server using 3.1.2 I decied to upgrade and did a
> > fresh install. I have had this problem for over a week. I have
> > googled through hundreds of pages and have confirmed all servercies
> > are running as per docs. If I do a clean install and setup everything
> > with defaults I get this error. 3.1.2 worked perfectly out the box
> > and I dont mind that as much as the fact that I have seen this
> > problem asked so many times and yet to see and answer. I wish you
> > better luck and if you do resolve it please post back to the list as
> > I am sure it will help someone else.\
> >
> > Regards\
> > Dean
> >
> 
> Your frustration is very understandable. I had the same problem some 
> years ago, turned out that the network cards that I was using (intel 
> pro100) gave this error, other network cards worked just fine.
> 
> Have you tried different network cards?
> - -- 
> Klaus
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Cards on the client or the server , the server has an intel 100 and 1000 I have
disbaled the 100 and I am using the 1000 , the client has rtl8139 which was
working when 3.1.2 was loaded as well as the server , same configration. I will
try using the 100 as eth0 and see if it helps. 

Thanks for the help.

Dean


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