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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    Wouldn't a customised Webmin interface work?

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    Thats what we were just talking about, but not sure what road to go down yet, as we have about 8 other features to implement first.

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    Re Hardcoded addresses.

    I'm sure that in a green field enviroment that this would work (assuming karoshi does work -but I don't know that because I haven't tested it - catch 22 )

    However in real world - existing networks ARE existing networks - gateways/routers have fixed addresses - print servers and wireless APs have static IP's allocated - for testing I need to configure karoshi - not the other way around (or so I feel anyway)

    I'd like to change IPs but I imagine that there are other places that IP/subnet masks are used (Samba config??? - printer config???- others?????)

    Also - since I don't know yet how karoshi works I don't know which IP's I need to change - catch 22 again

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    However in real world - existing networks ARE existing networks - gateways/routers have fixed addresses - print servers and wireless APs have static IP's allocated - for testing I need to configure karoshi - not the other way around Smile (or so I feel anyway)
    Why not configure vmware for NAT and create a virtual 172.16 network for karoshi.

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    Yup and another one that I'm setting up here that may be of use.

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    Why not configure vmware for NAT and create a virtual 172.16 network for karoshi
    I'm not sure I completely understand what you mean - just for clarification - I'd like to have Karoshi working as a Fileserver and or PDC and try accessing files and folders on it from my existing real machines (at home now so that means on my 192.168 network)

    I can set the VMServer to use NAT but I don't seem able to see the Karoshi machine from my host machine even if I do this.

    (Never played with NAT before on a LAN except for going out to T'internet.)

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    Re: Karoshi and Virtual PC Server

    The file you need is: /opt/karoshi/serversetup/variables/tcpip
    or for ltsp:
    /opt/karoshi/serversetup/variables/ltsp_tcpip

    Files are hard-coded, but the scripts for configuring the servers, redo all these ip' s from the files above. So as long as you either edit the file before you configure, or re-configure your server it will then work.

    As a project we don't support the use of other ip's (and any bugs/problems that comes with changing them) but I do know of at least 3 schools who have changed their ip's because of lack of firewall, and have karoshi working fine.

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