Asus Eee PC works with LTSP5
asmo.koskinen at arkki.info
Tue Nov 11 08:48:23 GMT 2008
Asmo Koskinen kirjoitti:
> Asus Eee PC works with LTSP5 (missing atl2 network module was only heavy
There is no question, just something to tell...
I have little bit complex test environment at home right now. I have two
servers to test failover dhcpd/two ltsp servers.
Master server (my main desktop) use rt-kernel (because I use
jackd/Ubuntu Studio) and bridged network (br0) for KVM. Slave server is
simple ltsp box.
Now the issue. I have Asus Eee 701 (atl2 network module) and when I
started to test failover dhcpd with two servers I run to this issue with
master server (rt-kernel). Slave server, simple box with vanilla kernel,
works with no issue.
root at ltsp001:~# dmesg | grep unstable
[ 25.416446] Clocksource tsc unstable (delta = -402840498 ns)
root at ltsp001:~#
So I found this:
I added this line for tftpboot.
asmok at ubuntu:~$ cat /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg/default
DEFAULT vmlinuz ro initrd=initrd.img clocksource=hpet
Now Asus Eee 701 boots fast as thin client, without that line
"clocksource=hpet" it stopped on the boot process really long time. But
it boots anyway.
You do not have this issue if you use vanilla kernels on ltsp server, I
think. I got right now rt-kernel and br0, I think it is little bit too much.
For missing atl2 module do this:
Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.
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