show stopper for us: dev nbd0 clients locking up losing connection with server

john lists.john at
Tue Sep 16 01:07:03 BST 2008

> The Edubuntu Handbooks got a lot of stuff.  It's *slightly* out of date, we're
> working on moving the docs into the LTSP project itself, and updating them, but
> just about all the info in it's good.

Thanks for that.

> Hmmm. Well, we use mksquashfs, which figures out the size of the image itself,
> we never touch it, so unless it's guessing wrong.
> I know this is going to sound like a completely stupid question, but have you
> rebuilt the image with ltsp-update-image?  Chroot into the /opt/ltsp/i386,
> upgrade the image, rebuild it, and re-run ltsp-update-kernel.
> Just for a laugh.
> Cheers,
> Scott

I'll give it a go. This is going to sound pedantic, but I just want to
make sure I do what you suggest. You are saying I should:

1) chroot /etc/ltsp/i386
2) apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
3) exit chroot
4) Since my server is AMD 64 based and my clients are x86 based
'ltsp-update-image -a i386'
5) ltsp-update-kernels

Do I have that right?



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