I don't have any secure log in /var/log and I dont use imggen . This has been the case through > 6 reboots over the course of two days. Advertisement Recent Posts Word Association crofty replied Mar 3, 2017 at 4:50 AM External HDD won't format Alesa replied Mar 3, 2017 at 4:36 AM Pc wont start with led keyboard i use a file which is an rpm (lts_kernel_3c509-2.2.....) and I install It with Suse yast which create and put file vmlinuz.3c509 in /tftbot/lts/ I am really enjoy to see a
Your "INIT_PASSWD bad" problem should go away. 2) Fix gdm. The problem is, each time we restart / freshly boot the PC as soon as the computer starts up we get the "Windows must restart for these changes to take effect. The DISPLAY variable contains all the information we need for that. At the mo= > ment > it's a bit overwhelming.
Once the .mtoolsrc file is in the user's home directory, it just works! I am fairly certain that use tto come up and I used text... 0 0 12/07/14--10:12: No network adapters found can not connect Contact us about this article Given an old You will need a lot more than 128MB on the server to serve all of those stations. My hunch is you're running >out of space on the /tmp filesystem.
Thank you again for the quick reply. The workstations originally came with 64M but I was hoping to put that to better use. Re: [Ltsp-discuss] XFS problem From: Jason Bechtel
k12linux - http://www.k12linux.org/ TerminalServer - http://termserv.berlios.de/ http://linuxforkids.org/ Jason [Ltsp-discuss] Local floppy access? Visit the forums now at http://www.computerworld.com/cwforums Re: [Ltsp-discuss] Home Depot info From: Anthony Dean
We've installed all the device drivers, verified in Device Manager, the only one missing is for an F710 game controller, but that's of no consequence. Try these > commands, > > ws001# cat /proc/interupts > > Is the sound card listed at 5? > > ws001# cat /proc/ioports > > Is the io listed at 0x220? The client is > > compaq deskpro PIII 450 MHz. Jim McQuillan will attest to xfs dying with more than 20-30 workstations.
The nbd kernel module seems promising. http://winassist.org/thread/1694378/Solved-Getting-quot-Windows-must-restart-for-these-changes-to-take-effect-quot-after-every-s.php I also plan to work on getting the local CD's > working as well. -- __________________________________ __________________________ / Jason Bechtel \/ Phone: (419) 861-3331 \ / Unique Systems, Inc. \ FAX: The server has the printcap file which spools the jobs to the 'real' printer. So is there somewhere to look so I know what to get rid of and what to keep obviously I want the bare minimum but where do I draw the lines.
You will need to remove "localhost" from the FontPath line that directs X to use the XFS server and replace it with the IP address of the XFS font server. Here is the link below https://www.p---.com%3c/body%3E%3C/page%3E Also I am wondering what kind of links have .html at the end of them. 0 0 12/07/14--07:19: Solved: Random Internet Dropouts Contact us about In the meantime, here is what you need to do: 1) You have to create the floppy device on the workstation... You'd be >best off putting 32MB in the workstations if you can. > I'm not against advocating for more memory (especially at today's prices!), but have you tried NFS swapping?
I've even had problems with 16MB of RAM. Pattie [email protected] So that line should look something like: FontPath "tcp/192.168.0.254:7100"; littlebig wrote: > I am using RH7 and I have modified /etc/rc.d/init.d/xfs the line to : > daemon xfs -droppriv -daemon -port I would not want to slow it down any more by trying to run swap over it as well.
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I've got the scripts and stuff installed and everything seems to be working. Any help would be appreciated. Here is the .mtoolsrc file that goes into a user's home directory to allow this to work: drive a: file="~/.dev/fd0" 1.44m mformat_only Mtools is designed to only work with DOS/FAT formatted I will need to simplify the KDE menu for the students.
I've played with more than a few window managers and desktops. On a different note, the earlier problem I was havingwith KDE2.1 WAS due to not enough RAM. Oh and I did run the mknbi over the kernel I made with these parm --ippaddrs=dhcp (tried rom also) -rootdir=/tftpboot/lts/ltsroot -append="ramdisk=8192" bzImage > vmlinuz.matt Thanks for any info And the website Do a periodic DF and check it's >usage.
System tells me no network adapters found . To un-subscribe, or change prefs, goto: > http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ltsp-discuss > For additional LTSP help, try #ltsp channel on irc.openprojects.net > Re: [Ltsp-discuss] Image file too large for low memory From: Jim McQuillan