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Re: [K12OSN] doing the pivot_root server not responding



Quoting Timothy Legge <tlegge rogers com>:

> On Sat, 2004-10-16 at 09:48, dean mumby co za wrote:
> 
> > 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.
> 
> It is an issue with the card on the client.  Or more specifically how it
> interacts with the kernel that is downloaded.  I have seen this on a
> number of occasions and the only way I have found around it is to use a
> different kernel.  I don't know if more that one kernel is available for
> ltsp 4.x but it is worth a try.  A while back, I used the exact same
> kernel source and config that Jim McQuillan used for an ltsp kernel. 
> The version I compiled worked for me but his did not.  I don't know why.
> 
> Moving the client's card to a different slot might work but I have never
> tried it.
> 
> Tim Legge
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The client has onbaord rtl8139 and pxe boots , it sees the card loads the module
and then stops. Do you think it is because the card is having a problem with the
ltsp kernel. Should I try downlaoding a new boot rom from rom-o-matic ? would
this sort it out or is the the actual kernel being loaded. If so how do I
goabout changin it ?

Regards
Dean


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