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Re: [K12OSN] How to update K12LTSP-5.0.0EL-32bit chroot



not sure I completely follow.  are you advising to backup the existing
directory , drop in the new c libraries (libc)  and see what happens ?


On Tue, 2011-02-08 at 19:13 -0500, Terrell Prude' Jr. wrote:
> The way I always did it when I needed a specific set of binaries for the
> clients was to copy the entire /opt/ltsp/i386 subdirectory (or
> /opt/ltsp/ppc, or /opt/ltsp/sparc, as appropriate for my architecture)
> to my K12LTSP server.  Beforehand, I would typically rename the existing
> /opt/ltsp/i386 subdir. to, say, /opt/ltsp/i386.orig.  These binaries
> should have *zero* affect on the server itself, since they run only on
> the client.
>
> Give that a shot and let us know.
>
> --TP
>
> Stephen Kerr wrote:
> > Hi Barry,
> >
> > when i was trying to get my centos host run with a fedora 10 prebuilt
> > chroot I had problems with the tc after loading the kernel from my dhcpd
> > server on port 1067,  the kernel loaded but the tc was making a second
> > dhclient call but back on port 67 and not being able to load a desktop.
> > i wound up moving sysinit_early and a couple other files from the centos
> > chroot into fed10 prebuilt.
> >
> >  it then  behaved as it should have more or less. when i was on a telnet
> > screen as defined in lts.conf, I was able to login. shell screens give a
> > prompt at the TC,  when i specified an x session screen, I had the x
> > mouse cursor and gray/silver desktop background.
> >
> > the K12LTSP-5.0.0EL-32bit iso worked perfectly, my only problem is the
> > packages in the chroot are too old. i need to update libc from 2.3.2 and
> > i cant find any utility thatll update the chroot so i have been trying
> > to adapt ltsp-build-client from fedora, without success , so far.
> >
> > On Tue, 2011-02-08 at 15:09 -0600, Barry Cisna wrote:
> >
> >> What are you seeing on the TC when it is completely booted up? From what
> >>         you explain you are only presented with a telnet login? No other
> >>         blinking as if X is trying to start? What have you set in your
> >>         lts.conf
> >>         file for screens? If you do CTL-ALT-F2 do you get a bash prompt?
> >>
> >>         Barry
> >>
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