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18<abstract> 18<abstract>
19This guide shows you how to setup a LTSP Server with Gentoo. 19This guide shows you how to setup a LTSP Server with Gentoo.
20</abstract> 20</abstract>
21<version>1.1</version> 21<version>1.2</version>
22<date>26 July 2003</date> 22<date>October 11, 2003</date>
23<chapter> 23<chapter>
24<title>Introduction</title> 24<title>Introduction</title>
25<section> 25<section>
26<title>What is LTSP?</title> 26<title>What is LTSP?</title>
27<body> 27<body>
151<body> 151<body>
152 152
153<p> 153<p>
154By default TFTP won't be started, to change this edit 154By default TFTP won't be started, to change this edit
155<path>/etc/xinetd.d/tftp</path> and replace <c>disable=yes</c> with 155<path>/etc/xinetd.d/tftp</path> and replace <c>disable=yes</c> with
156<c>disable=no</c>. Afterwards, start xinitd. 156<c>disable=no</c>. Afterwards, start xinetd.
157</p> 157</p>
158 158
159<pre caption="Starting xinetd"> 159<pre caption="Starting xinetd">
160# <i>rc-update add xinetd default</i> 160# <i>rc-update add xinetd default</i>
161# <i>/etc/init.d/xinetd start</i> 161# <i>/etc/init.d/xinetd start</i>
255 255
256<p> 256<p>
257Now start DHCP as you did with NFS and xinetd: 257Now start DHCP as you did with NFS and xinetd:
258</p> 258</p>
259 259
260<pre caption="start xinetd"> 260<pre caption="start dhcp">
261# <i>rc-update add dhcp default</i> 261# <i>rc-update add dhcp default</i>
262# <i>/etc/init.d/dhcp start</i> 262# <i>/etc/init.d/dhcp start</i>
263</pre> 263</pre>
264 264
265<note> 265<note>
266Note: DHCPD needs CONFIG_PACKET and CONFIG_FILTER activated in the kernel to work. 266DHCPD needs CONFIG_PACKET and CONFIG_FILTER activated in the kernel to work.
267</note> 267</note>
268 268
269</body> 269</body>
270</section> 270</section>
271 271
333boot-floppy, which is needed to start your workstations. Go to 333boot-floppy, which is needed to start your workstations. Go to
334<uri>http://www.rom-o-matic.net/5.0.9/</uri>, select your NIC, press 334<uri>http://www.rom-o-matic.net/5.0.9/</uri>, select your NIC, press
335<e>Get ROM</e> and write the image to a floppy: 335<e>Get ROM</e> and write the image to a floppy:
336</p> 336</p>
337 337
338<pre caption="Write floppy iamge"> 338<pre caption="Write floppy image">
339# <i>cat nicfile.lzdsk > /dev/fd0</i> 339# <i>cat nicfile.lzdsk > /dev/fd0</i>
340</pre> 340</pre>
341 341
342</body> 342</body>
343</section> 343</section>
403<b>A:</b> If you are using NVidia cards take a look at 403<b>A:</b> If you are using NVidia cards take a look at
404<uri>http://ltsp.org/documentation/nvidia.txt</uri>. 404<uri>http://ltsp.org/documentation/nvidia.txt</uri>.
405</p> 405</p>
406 406
407<p> 407<p>
408<b>Q:</b> In some applications the fonts look crapy, what do to? 408<b>Q:</b> In some applications the fonts look crappy, what to do?
409</p>
410
411<p> 409</p>
410
411<p>
412<b>A:</b> You have to setup the XFontServer, Add <c>USE_XFS=Y</c> to your 412<b>A:</b> You have to setup the XFontServer, add <c>USE_XFS=Y</c> to your
413<path>lts.conf</path>, edit <path>/etc/X11/fs/config</path> and comment 413<path>lts.conf</path>, edit <path>/etc/X11/fs/config</path> and comment
414<c>no-listen: tcp</c> out, replace <c>XFS_PORT="-1"</c> with 414<c>no-listen: tcp</c> out, replace <c>XFS_PORT="-1"</c> with
415<c>XFS_PORT="7100"</c> in <path>/etc/conf.d/xfs</path> and start xfs: 415<c>XFS_PORT="7100"</c> in <path>/etc/conf.d/xfs</path> and start xfs:
416<c>/etc/init.d/xfs start</c>. 416<c>/etc/init.d/xfs start</c>.
417</p> 417</p>
422<chapter> 422<chapter>
423<title>Glossary</title> 423<title>Glossary</title>
424<body> 424<body>
425 425
426<p> 426<p>
427<b><a href="http://www.ltsp.org">LTSP</a></b> 427<b><uri link="http://www.ltsp.org">LTSP</uri></b>
428"The LTSP provides a simple way to utilize low cost workstations as either i 428"The LTSP provides a simple way to utilize low cost workstations as either
429graphical or character based terminals on a GNU/Linux server." 429graphical or character based terminals on a GNU/Linux server."
430</p> 430</p>
431 431
432<p> 432<p>
433<b><a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/P/PXE.html">PXE</a></b> 433<b><uri link="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/P/PXE.html">PXE</uri></b>
434"Short for Pre-Boot Execution Environment. Pronounced pixie, PXE is one of the 434"Short for Pre-Boot Execution Environment. Pronounced pixie, PXE is one of the
435components of Intel's WfM specification. It allows a workstation to boot from 435components of Intel's WfM specification. It allows a workstation to boot from
436a server on a network prior to booting the operating system on the local hard 436a server on a network prior to booting the operating system on the local hard
437drive. A PXE-enabled workstation connects its NIC to the LAN via a jumper, 437drive. A PXE-enabled workstation connects its NIC to the LAN via a jumper,
438which keeps the workstation connected to the network even when the power is 438which keeps the workstation connected to the network even when the power is

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