ltsp 5.2.16-0ubuntu9 source package in Ubuntu


ltsp (5.2.16-0ubuntu9) precise; urgency=low

  * Update ltsp-live to configure dnsmasq to only bind the interface used
    for LTSP. Avoids conflict with lxc and libvirt.
 -- Stephane Graber <email address hidden>   Sun, 27 Nov 2011 18:32:11 -0500

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ltsp_5.2.16.orig.tar.gz 680.5 KiB b8dd478e5c2318e03dcb639262a65adaada2f32df9478cc67afd19f7a4d630af
ltsp_5.2.16-0ubuntu9.diff.gz 70.0 KiB 100220c1af08234434ef7ddd91455546973616648a10e9721669e4ffa57d429b
ltsp_5.2.16-0ubuntu9.dsc 2.1 KiB 988485ebf02204647f6b545983eb80afa6d60bd1093809be29ee10fec4b5d897

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Binary packages built by this source

ltsp-client: LTSP client environment

 The scripts needed to configure and boot an LTSP client.

ltsp-client-builder: Build an LTSP environment in the installer target

 This udeb bootstraps the LTSP client chroot in the installer target
 while the cdrom is still mounted.

ltsp-client-core: LTSP client environment (core)

 The scripts needed to configure and boot an LTSP client.
 DO NOT install this package on a regular machine, it is intended only
 for installation inside a LTSP client filesystem.

ltsp-livecd: starts an LTSP live server on an Ubuntu livecd session

 This script installs the ltsp-server-standalone package and dependencies
 from packages intalled on a live CD and then initiates an LTSP server
 session using a pre-built squashfs image supplied on the disc.
 You would normally not want to install this package.

ltsp-server: Basic LTSP server environment

 This is the basic environment depending on an external DHCP server to
 point the clients to the LTSP server.

ltsp-server-standalone: Complete LTSP server environment

 This is the complete environment including a DHCP server to bootstrap
 the clients.