configure some clients to boot from fat image

Lee Harr missive at
Fri Mar 25 13:26:53 UTC 2011

(sorry jonathan. meant to send this to the list)

> > I'm not sure how to have just those more powerful systems

> > boot from the new image. (I don't want to move the fat image

> > to /opt/ltsp, I want to leave it at /opt/ltsp-fat)

> If the stronger machines have more RAM, you could use FAT_RAM_THRESHOLD

> to specify which clients should run as fat and which thin. So in your

> lts.conf you could have something like:



> """

> [default]




> [00:A1:08:11:F2:C8]



> """

So, using this method, is a separate fat client image needed,

or do the fat and thin clients both use the same image?

It seems to me that making changes in lts.conf would be

too late to have the computer boo from a different image.


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