edubuntu-users Digest, Vol 9, Issue 14

David Caldwell dcaldwell at
Wed Feb 21 13:00:26 GMT 2007

Thanks, Gavin.

In dhcpd.conf I didn't actually add anything - I altered the IPs to match the server and the subnet I'm on and altered the DHCP address range.

Initially, I tried simply doing an 'apt-get install kubuntu-desktop' on the server, but I couldn't see how I could get a thin client to log into a KDE session so I thought I had to chroot the kubuntu-desktop install it instead. 

So, if I rebuild the ltsp file system and install kubuntu-desktop on the server (it is actually already installed), do you know what steps I need to take to enable clients to log into KDE (I'd like it to be default)?




David Caldwell
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