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Re: [K12OSN] Given this situation, why bother continue with LTSP?

On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 12:02 -0400, Kevin Squire wrote:
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> (2) Get the correct boot floppy for your NIC over at
> http://rom-o-matic.net/  Then make a few of these and stick on in each
> floppy drive, with a few spares laying around.  Boot the machines from
> them.  Make sure you do the advance option and change the port # for
> DHCP if your LTSP server is using a different DHCP port.  This is
> probably not the best option, but the quickest/easiest to start/least
> destructive if you can't do option 1.
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I found it much much easier to make universal boot floppys. Here is what
Les Mikesell wrote back the first of Feb of this year.

Did you find the 'universal' boot floppy images?  I've had good luck
with the one from the thinstation project:
(follow the 'universal network boot floppy' link near the bottom of the


I think the documentation for k12ltsp should be updated to suggest the
thinstation project's 'universal' boot floppy images first. IF it's a
good idea, I'll help update the docs (and finally contribute more than
questions ;-) )


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