LTSP on your hardware
LTSP can support several hardware architectures. Some hardware may require
special configuration that is partially documented here. Exact needs vary by
i386, amd64, powerpc, alpha, sparc
to create the chroot:
you may need to configure your dhcp server to hand out a different filename
ltsp (5.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
ltsp-build-client plugins now create an appropriate entry in
/etc/ltsp/ltsp-update-image.conf to disable ltsp-update-image from
switching to an NBD configuration simply by running ltsp-update-image. If
you would like to switch to NBD after creating the image, you'll need to
edit ltsp-update-image.conf appropriately.
-- Vagrant Cascadi
ltsp (5.4.2-2~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuild for squeeze-backports.
* ltsp-update-image: Add patch to have ionice explicitly set the ionice
* Add nbd-client to packages to install from backports by default, as it's
needed for ltsp-client-core to work properly.
* Do not install upstart job, as it apparently adds upstart as a hard
This package was created by Matt Zimmerman <firstname.lastname@example.org> in May of
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