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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 06/12/2013 23:20, Joe Maloney wrote:<br>
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      <div dir="ltr">Thanks Kris.  I've cloned the repo and I've added
        the option to use an external dhcp server during the second
        prompt.  This will bypass installing isc-dhcp and will ask the
        user to input their network id and subnet info but I need to
        find a way to take that text and paste it into hosts.allow on
        the appropriate line for ifs, etc.  I think that should work I
        just haven't gotten that quite yet.  
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    Cool! Issue a pull request when you get it wrapped up and I'll take
    a look at it :)<br>
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          <div>While I am thinking about it I was just watching the
            presentation from BSDcan on pc-thinclient and I learned a
            few things in the process.  I was thinking since it was
            mentioned that the pc-thinclient environment is just a
            chroot would it be possible to create an option in the
            warden to create pc-thinclient jails in addition to linux
            jails, etc?  Then allow the user to graphical set the
            network card to run off of, specify mac address options, etc
            from there?  Would that even be possible to pxe boot into a
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    It may be possible, maybe something worth trying? My guess would be
    that it requires a jail with VIMAGE support enabled. If you or
    somebody wants to do a test jail and see if its possible though,
    please let us know. If it works properly, then it would be a very
    cool feature to have in the warden. <br>
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        <div class="gmail_quote">On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 10:03 AM, Kris
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                  <div>On 05/27/2013 21:01, Joe Maloney wrote:<br>
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                          style="letter-spacing:0px">I’ve been looking
                          over various ways to set up a thin client
                          install server for images of FreeBSD current
                          to avoid having to constantly write to flash
                          drives, etc.  I found a way to accomplish this
                          by using the ftp/tftp-hpa port and syslinux to
                          build a grub menu which will allow me to boot
                          from various ISO’s I add to the menu.  I also
                          used my mikrotik router for dhcp rather than
                          the isc/dhcp port for passing dhcp options
                          which worked out nicely.  It led me to think
                          about pc-thinclient again which I haven’t
                          tried out in a while and had forgotten about.</span></p>
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                          style="letter-spacing:0px">I’ve used
                          pc-thinclient before as well and I was
                          contemplating trying to make a few
                          modifications for my own uses.  For example I
                          would like to the have pc-thinclient install
                          script give me the option to use my own dhcp
                          server and spit out instructions of what
                          options to add to an external dhcp server for
                          end users.  </span></p>
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                          style="letter-spacing:0px">I was looking over
                          at the code for pc-thinclient and I see it’s
                          been updated to support pkgng which is nice.
                          Before I dove in to far I was curious if I
                          could somehow share some of these changes with
                          your project for consideration or if something
                          like this might already be planned or in the
                          works?  </span></p>
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              I hadn't planned on adding that support in the near
              future. If you would like to feel free to clone the git
              repo and make your changes. Once you get it working, let
              me know and I'll pull them into the mainline one :)<span
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