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This article describes briefly how you can set up a UCC Thinclient on a USB-Stick to run it apart from your own device.<br>
== Archive ==
* UCS DC Master with installed modul UCC
There are two possible ways to install the UCC on a USB-Stick.
There is a version of this article for [http://wiki.univention.com/index.php?title=Cool_Solution_-_Run_UCC_Thinclients_from_USB-Stick&oldid=12470 UCC 1.0].
For the first solution it is necessary to build your own UCC local image according to the [http://docs.univention.de/ucc-manual-1.0.html#imagegen:toolkit UCC-manual]. Here you can set the parameter "device" with "hda", "sda", "auto" etc. The "auto" determine the first available device and therefore the second solution will be described.
= Demount Flash from Thinclient =
The UCC Boot-Menu does not provide a particular Boot-Parameter to select a Boot-Device and therefore it is necessary to demount the flash from the thinclient.
= PXE-BOOT with Thinclient =
Attach a USB-Stick on the thinclient and rollout the UCC image  [http://docs.univention.de/ucc-manual-1.0.html#rollout:imagerollout via PXE]. The USB-Stick should be automatically detected. Choose "Image boot with update check / Initial installation" and "Repartitioning for installed systems" in the Univention-Management-Console. It is necessary to join the client one time but afterwards it is possible to use the USB-Stick on any other device.

Latest revision as of 11:23, 8 September 2017

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