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Re: [K12OSN] Bondi Mac booting ltsp



i am a little puzzled why you needed to ad a unique XF86Config..using fbdev
as an xserver mine just worked..i did have to add unique XF86Config files
for the oldworld macs..

The thing we havnt tried is if the oldworld macs will work with the new
root file system.i know the new world will work eith the old world root
filesystem Skip built..

btw: knowing nothing of macs qhat IS a Bondi??chuck



> So here is a question for anyone who dare answer.  In dhcpd.conf we
specify a 
> option root-path "ser.er.ip.add:/opt/ltsp/kernelpref"; and some other vendor
> specific options.
> Since the first half of a MAC address specifies a vendor (which in theory
> shouldn't change) can this option be made into an if statement stating
> something along the lines of:
> 
> if hardware ethernet 00:05:02:*:*:* (may be a sequence of vendors to cover
> whoever was producing the NIC for Apple at the time)
> then all of the mac options
> else all of the i386 options
> 
> If something like this is possible then I think out of the box support
for MAC
> would be very easy to achieve.  Otherwise a simple script could be written to
> convert the necessary default lines of dhcpd.conf to either support ppc or
> i386 with the directory structure for both on hand
> (/opt/ltsp/i386,/opt/ltsp/ppc).  
> 
> Sorry to ramble here I am just pumped that this is working.
> 
> Thanks for everyones help.
> 
> Jim Kronebusch
> Cotter Tech Department
> 507-453-5188
> 
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