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Re: [K12OSN] Re: Running K12LTSP on existing windows network without modifying windows server



I think it's the /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd file that needs to be edited.

Jim.


On Tue, 18 Jan 2005, Huck wrote:

> I believe in /etc/rc.d/init.d/dhcpd  there is a line 'DHCPDARGS="eth0"  ...
> and this is where you would put your -p 1067 ??
> not sure on formating...a little trial and error perhaps to figure it out?
>
> --Huck
>
> Dan Visentin wrote:
>
> > Well, some interesting suggestions but I was hoping to somehow allow
> > students to access shared drives on the w2k server as well...
> >
> > Perhaps specifying port 1067 for the K12ltsp DHCP server might work.  Any
> > quick tips on changing this?  I couldn't find an "option port" option
> > listing anywhere.  I did find the -p <port number> parameter, but I believe
> > this is command line only (?).  So how do I modify DHCPd.conf for the -p
> > parameter, or do I do something else?   I imagine I will have to modify the
> > firewall as well... any quick suggestions for doing this?
> >
> > Your assistance is greatfully appreciated!
> >
> > PS - I'll ask about configuring the DLINK DGE-530T gigabyte card at a later
> > date... seems I have to recompile the kernel... yeesh!
> >
> > Dan Visentin
> > Head of Business/Computers/IT contact
> > M. M. Robinson H.S.
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