ltsp and router
Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 13:13:48 -0400
i have a dlink router, an athlon 1800+ and a 400mhz and some other computer
connected to my router...
i know generally, the server you connect (here my 1800+) should be the dhcp
server (some people said me i can't use my dlink server...)
is there a way to optain a ip for my 400mhz from my router and connect to my
i can use ROM-o-matic.net (etherboot)
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