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Re: [K12OSN] Fedora 9 - Bad Image



Sounds like the PXE boot kernel image is corrupted. Check the status of
the files with
rpm -V ltsp-server

If it shows as corrupted, rpm -e ltsp-server && yum install ltsp-server


On Fri, 2008-08-01 at 16:25 -0600, Jason Waskiewicz wrote:
> I've been successfully using K12LTSP for several years. I always liked 
> it because it just worked.
> 
> I have updated to Fedora 9. I've now attempted to install LTSP twice. 
> Both times, I get the same error when I attempt to run a client.
> 
> It identifies itself and the server, it sees the DHCP. Then, when it 
> should load the software, the client says that I have a bad image. It 
> runs through this over and over with no success.
> 
> Any advice out there?
> 
> --Jason Waskiewicz
>   Bowman County School
> 
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