Talk:Linux Terminal Server Project

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Is DHCP compulsory on the LTSP server? What if you're running on a LAN that already has another DHCP server? - asb

DHCP is not compulsory on LTSP, but it is recommended, see for information on how to use a windows DHCP server with the LTSP (I'd assume that the same concept would apply to any other DHCP server that lets you set exclusion rules)

Status of Deworks[edit]

I was unable to find any recent content for the Deworks project. Even on, the sinle link (index.php) gives a '404 Error'.

If this was confirmed, LTSP article should be updated, shouldn't it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Kozaki (talkcontribs) 13:26, 10 January 2008 (UTC)

diffrence between LTSP 4 and 5 has a bad citation[edit]

clicking on it leed to the diffrences between LTSP standard LTSP and ubuntu LTSP not 4 and 5 — Preceding unsigned comment added by Passstab (talkcontribs) 16:01, 25 July 2012 (UTC)

Incomplete/ambiguous sentence[edit]

In the first section (after the intro paragraphs) of the article, the section describing the boot process for LTSP, in point 4, it says:

The client then loads Linux from the NFS mounted root filesystem (or NBD filesystem image) and
starts the X Window system. At this XDMCP login manager on the LTSP server. In case of the
newer MueKow (LTSP v5.x) setup,.......

The bolded sentence is not even a sentence, and doesn't even make any sense to me. Can someone familiar with LTSP fix that?

~Piki (talk) 19:50, 20 February 2015 (UTC)