Użytkownik Breshears Doug P napisał:
> Is the configuration listed the server or client??
> If you are getting the same problem and you have eliminated the
> NIC/floppy/FDD then it certainly points to your RAM on the thin client.
I've worked that out. Loading default setings in bios helped.
But now I have strange problem with X-Server. I've tried 2 different
graphic card, which was working fine on other computer. And in this one
I get "no device, no screen" or strange massage about lack of Keyboard
setings in XF86Config.
This computer was working before as server and there was no problem with
> I assume that when you say "another host" that you already have one or
> working thin clients on you server.
Yes. So far only one but working fine.
> I"ve tried to set up another host but I encounted problems with
> booting from floppy. I have Intel SB82558B network card, which is
> actually not in the list of supported card at http://www.rom-o-matic.org. I
> tried simillar ones but without succes. Computer was hanging up during
> downloading core (after gets IP from dhcp).
> So I switched network card, to which I was already working as ltsp
> client. I took floppy disc from the other computer, even fdd and wire.
> And... the same effects. Computer haning up during downloading core.
> I checked in BIOS and seen nothing wrong.
> Tfptd on server is runnig and from other computers ltsp is working fine.
> Anybody had simillar problems?
> My configuration:
> Pentium III 933 MHz
> MB MSI 815 EPT Pro v.5
> 512 MB Ram @ 133MHz
> Marcin Lubojanski