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    Linux LTSP

    Hi all,

    Hope everyone had a good weekend ?

    We are moving over to thin clients here, have got LTSP up & running with CentOS 6.5, my clients are booting fine except there are a few quirks I need to fix, A Google search doesn't show a lot of fixes for CentOS... the problems I'm having is once a client boots to the login screen, you input your username and once you hit enter the screen goes black for a second then you have to input your username again, then input your password - once you've logged in it's fine, any other time you login it doesn't do it, only on a restart.

    The other thing is the clients wont shutdown, they stop shutting down at shutting down network interface ?

    Anyone any ideas ?

    Thanks in advance!

    Chris.

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    For the shutdown, is the bios updated at all?
    Last edited by nephilim; 10th March 2014 at 10:54 AM.

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    BIOS is the latest stock version.... Seems to do the same thing on a virtual machine too.

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    Im looking to put some guides together on how to do this via A CentOS system as on the internet they all seem to be Debian based systems, I just need to get thee little issues solved!

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