I'm setting up an LTSP server for 3-4 client-PCs at my home. Run-rerun many installations & read many tutorials. It seems obvious to have Edubuntu for the setup.
I must use DHCP for home network on D-Link DSL router (which connects to the internet) for mobile devices.
I am using Edubuntu LTSP for 5 sites in Guinea. I need to set up a LAN with an Edubuntu LTSP Server connected to 6 work stations on Thin Clients. (TC) These TC need to be able to write to and read from the server simultaneously as well as save data. Can this be done? Please advise with detailed step by step instructions I am new to Linux. Command line entries are daunting.
Sorry if here isn't right place for asking this question
I have a ltsp server ( edubuntu 12.04 ) it was working fine. With any try for connecting to
server, client received next ip address ( means first time 192.168.0.2 and next time
same client 192.168.0.3 ). suddenly on 192.168.0.6 I got pxe-e11 error in connecting.
Nothing changed in my network.
Following the launch of Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS, Canonical has released the Edubuntu 12.04.3 LTS operating system, along with Kubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Mythbuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu Server.
The developers of Edubuntu 12.04.3 have introduced a few new features, including Epoptes, a classroom administration tool that replaces iTalc, a new version of LTSP, a newer KDE version, and Wubi, a tool that allows
I just recently took over an LTSP lab (edubuntu) and now am in the middle of needing to install plugins and updating it. I have no idea how to do either. Since I've heard you need to update the image file, I don't know how to do that.
Situation - Windows Active Directory network with several subnets in a high school. FOG server set up for imaging. One computer lab set up with fat-clients booting to LTSP, on its own subnet. We would like to eliminate this subnet.
Issue - how to have two PXE servers on the same network. Unless the FOG server is turned off, the fat-clients will boot to FOG and not LTSP.