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Old 06-22-2008, 06:24 PM
Wolfgang Bogenrieder
Default LTSP falling back to initramfs (Wolfgang Bogenrieder), additional


blame on me, with <ALT><CTRL> F1 I got debug output, debugging isn't
further the problem.

I got the output


rootserver: rootpath: /opt/ltsp/i386
filename: /ltsp/i386/nbi.img
Error: Connect: Connection refused
mount /rofs on /root/rofs failed
.. (further mount errors, then)
Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init

Isn't nbi.img characteristic for etherboot, instead of PXE ? But,
loading of prelinux.0 long time passed, even linux kernel loaded ! So
what's going on ?

Thanks for help, Felix

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> From: Wolfgang Bogenrieder <Wolfgang.Bogenrieder@web.de>
> Subject: LTSP falling back to initramfs
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> Hi,
> I have some serious problems in thin clients coming up.
> I have an AMD64 dual core server and first made an amd64 installation of
> edubuntu, but clients are i386 as usual.
> On boot up the client was trying to start the loaded 64bit kernel
> (generated through setup installation and configuring, why 64bit client
> kernel as default ??) and fails, but no change on installed edubuntu to
> do an update client kernel to i386 arch.
> Therefor I did a new clean i386 installation on server. Now client is
> loading and starting the kernel entering desktop session initialization
> with this fancy orange moving startup screen. However, after a few
> seconds this procedure fails and client falls back to initramfs,
> clearing screen and wiping all debug messages possibly coming up before.
> Any chance to debug this ? Which scripts are processed during session
> initializing ? Can I put some echoes to the scripts with output on
> server (I can, but how) ? Worth to listen with wireshark to
> client-server communication ? Any known bug to this issue (I found a
> possible bug, #156229 ltsp_config, but descriped in gutsy release, tried
> eliminating it, but failed too) ?
> Please, if you have an good, efficient idea to solve this, tell me and
> don't tell me fool, I lost sufficient live time.
> Greetings, Felix
> Thanks for help !!
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