I had numerous problems with ltspsound as it appears on the contrib
site. Also, it wasn't meant for LTSP 3.0.
If you happen to be using RedHat I had a flawless install of the sound
package provided by the K12LTSP guys:
From: Jesper Berth [mailto:big@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 11:28 PM
Subject: [Ltsp-discuss] Sound and Ltsp 3.0
I'm still trying to set up my terminal and now I am setting up the Sound
i downloaded ltspsound-0.1
during install it says that ltspkmod isn't install=20
i can't seem to find any under the 3.0 section, but under LTSP Kernels
What shall i do=20
shall i use the 2.2 version or have i missed something...
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It is said on the help of ltsp :
"With older versions of LTSP (2.08 and earlier), lots of directories were
exported on the server and mounted by the workstation. Directories such as
/bin, /usr/bin , /lib and /usr were exposed to the workstation.
The problem with that scheme is that it only works if the workstation and
the server are the same architecture. In fact, even differences, like the
server being a Pentium II (i686) and the workstation being a classic Pentium
(i586) can be a problem, because the server will likely have the i686
libraries and not the i386, i486 or i586 libraries."
As I understand, the libraries must be for the lowest architecture of the
client. If I have a i486 client, I need libraries for i486 and local apps
will then runs for all the clients (the i486, but also the i586 and i686) ?
That's why I can't export /bin /lib /usr from the server if I have a client
with a lower architecture. That's right ?
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