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Old 11-29-2005, 12:23 PM   #1
rjerina
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problems booting client with LTSP


I have a client workstation setup to a test LTSP server. It was working fine, booting into X and everything. Well all of the sudden when it boots up, it gets errors saying:

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stat of /dev/tty1 failed: No such file or directory
stat of /dev/tty2 failed: No such file or directory
stat of /dev/tty3 failed: No such file or directory
And that just keeps scrolling the screen. The only thing I did between it not working and working was copying libraries into the ltsp lib directories for doing local applications and (the thing that may have caused it) I hit control+d a couple times at bash prompt.

If anyone could help me with this asap it would be greatly appreciated.

btw, the LTSP server boots up fine, just the clients dont work now.
 
  


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