2nd Attempt at Setting Up Lab
gmccullagh at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 10:06:55 BST 2008
On Sun, 06 Apr 2008, operationsengineer1 at yahoo.com wrote:
> mount cdrom
> sudo ltsp-build-client --arch i386 --mirror file:///cdrom
> sudo ltsp-update-kernels
> sudo ltsp-update-sshkeys
Did you update the dhcp server config as suggested? If your dhcp server is
pointing clients toward the amd64 data, your new i386 images won't get
> also, are you saying i can install the i386 version of edubuntu on the
> amd dual core server? if so, i didn't know that. please confirm.
> perhaps that method is worth a try.
That's exactly what I'm saying. This is for the same reason you can run
32-bit windows on amd64 machines. My own opinion, for the moment, the is
that the 32-bit edubuntu system will probably suit most people better,
unless the size of your install dictates that 64-bit is necessary (eg you
need > 4GB ram). Basically, most people need FLASH and it's a real pain to
get working in 64-bit edubuntu. You may at some point want some other
proprietary apps too and chances are they need a 32-bit environment too.
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