A: Both version has the same kernel but the difference is on the lts.conf file and some new features.
The new feature of LTSP4 can be seen at http://www.ltsp.org/ltsp-4.html#new_features.
Q: Where could I find the configuration file for client workstation?
A: /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf – For more information about this file, please look at lts.conf.readme file under the same directory Q: Where could I find the hardware compatible with my system?
A: http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/ and http://www.linuxtested.com/linux_results.htm
Q: What should I do before reporting my system is not working?
A: Before reporting your system, you must check if there is power by checking the light on the computer
and monitor. Check that the cables are attached properly. If the problem is still present, take note any
error shown on the monitor and any sound that is not normal on the computer. Listing all this information
and your system setup would greatly help in assist you on your problem.
Q: How do I make a floppy boot for LTSP?
A: Get a blank floopy disk and follow the instruction on the website http://rom-o-matic.net/
Q: How do I verify that my client can boot via Etherboot or PXE?
A: First set the BIOS of the client to boot to its LAN card. If your BIOS doesn't have a LAN boot,
you would do a floppy boot (which would automatically be Etherboot). As it boot, you would see a line
saying what software is installed on your LAN card.
Q: How do I verify that my LAN cable is active?
A: Check first if the computer is on. Then check the light on back of the computer where the cable
is installed and the hub/switch port light if its active. If the light flickers then its active.