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is there any one have been working with ltsp4.2 with ubuntu
is there any help available
amitbiswas: if you put more question marks, more people will help you.
sorry i am not quite sure is there any one available
i have installed ltsp4.2 on my ubuntu 6.06
i am able to configure every thing except rdesktop script
i am not quite sure is there any help available on this subject
none of the people who are familiar with ltsp on ubuntu are around now.
sorry to ask is there any where i can leave my questions over or what is the good time to catch ubuntu ltsp gurus
catch you all later
bye for now
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Hi, how would I configure a old 9 port DIN mouse? (ie. looks like large PS/2 conector) have tried X_MOUSE_PROTOCOL = "auto"
X_MOUSE_DEVICE = "/dev/ttyS0"
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ribbo: Try different protocol. But it's so long since I had a serial mouse, so .. =)
ribbo: Make sure com-ports are not disabled in BIOS. Then you could also try ttyS1
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McPolo: thanks. we did try ttyS1 and Microsoft / Logitech - possible that the board or mouse is faulty or that it as disabled in BIOS. (this was offsite - will chec with person there) - thanks
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hola alguien que hable castellano
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I'm having some problems with an us-deadkeys keyboard on LTSP 4.2 (Ubuntu Dapper)
The deadkeys doesn't work
I tried XkbModel = "pc105"
and XkbLayout = "us_intl"
but it doesn't work
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felipe_: What about putting nodeadkeys -variable into settings?
hum .. I'm gonna try it
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McPolo: it didn't work
If I pree ' and A it gives me 'A , but it should give me Á
I misunderstood you :). I thought you wanted nodeadkeys :)
my poor english is gonna kill me ! I'm from Brazil
pc105 .. isn't there less keys in US keyboard?
This configurations was working fine with ltsp 3
Well I suppose that problem does not concern ltsp at all, but I might be wrong.
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Hi...I want some help about ltsp 4.2 localdevices (lbus_event_handler errors)
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anybody could help me?
Any other sugestion about us deadkeys keyboards
galiza: I had some problems with it, but IIRC it happened because I didn't have lbussd running.
When I try to mount anything using /usr/sbin/lbus_event_handler.sh I got a error: Authentication Failed
I'm using LDAP in my box
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g'morning Scoot Beavens
sbalneav, Hey I got this md device that's flipping out - thin a drive is desd
sbalneav, Kidding. ;)
Taking typing lessons from cliebow? :)
It's called aging
I wondered if he meant a DASD device...
as in mdadm
If he was talking about a DASD device, then he WOULD be showing his age. :)
as am I
I am too. So we're all old farts, lets move on... :)
Ohhhh! LOL desd.. no no s/desd/dead/
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So, anything new and exciting here in #ltsp?
Looks like Sun GPL'd Java! Thats some interesting news.
alguien de habla hispana?
GLD Java? That'll change a lot of things
sbalneav, jammcq around?
sbalneav: Does LDA require the local device to be partitioned because we deal with it at the file system level (fuse)?
I only handle partitioned media.
The stuff that's in LTSP5 will handle both, though.
fancier udev magic.
sbalneav, Oh... duh... I figured it out... but I still have a Q for jammcq if he's avail. :)
i have a problem whit syslogd: cannot write to remote file handle on. Help
pablo_arg, That won't prevent a client from booting. However, if you want to see the thin client logs on the server, you need to make a little adjustment.
pablo_arg, Are the thin clients able to boot?
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no. a client no boot and error mount /dev/ram1 failed
pablo_arg: How much memory do you have in the clients?
pablo_arg, I'm not sure if I can help personally, but what Distro? Ubuntu?
the memory is 256 in clients, distro: Mandrake 10.2
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pablo_arg: Exactly at what point is it on the screen? Can you give us a little more context?
sbalneav: syslogd: cannot write to remote file handle on 192.168.x.x
pablo_arg: OK, well, to fix that one, you need to add the "-r" option to the syslog config on the server. I'm not sure how you do that on Mandrake, look in /etc/defaults for a syslogd file, or, perhaps it's in /etc/init.d/syslog startup.
ok, so I got this shiny new socket wrench set, and I want to build a F-16 jet fighter. could someone please help?
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I understand Macs come with their own fighterjets
Oh, our mister JBW from the lists?
sbalneav: I thought your response was uncharacteristacally subdued ;-)
I'll spend some time to correct someone who's slightly off base, but this guys on a whole separate planet. I felt an admission of failure was the best approach. He goes away feeling vastly superior, that he's shown up a bunch of boffins.
sbalneav: i probe whit here, but not work
Yeah, guess he showed us.
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pablo_arg: You'll have to search around on the man page for syslog. You want to enable remote logging
sbalneav & jammcq: are you guys going to dtrask's NELS thing next June?
pscheie: I just have very little patience for people with attitude. I spend a LOT of my time helping people for free, and giving away, gratis, software that I right. Darnint, for that, if people want to ask me a question, they should have the decency to ask it politely. If they don't they get the sharp end of my tounge :)
pscheie: Unknown at this time, for me at least.
Or will I be able to shmooze you into coming to Mpls. again?
pscheie: Minneapolis is easy for me, because it's just a drive.
Well, keep Mpls. in June in mind--I don't have dates yet but I'm working on the agenda
I'd like to get the guys from Atlanta to come up and talk about how they used LTSP to get to a 2:1 ratio in the classroom
and how it's just not possible to get there with Win or Mac, fighter jet or no
Do you anticipate ltsp5 will be available in the springtime?
it's available now
just install Ubuntu-Edgy
it's also in debian
I got Kubuntu-Edgy downloaded last week. Tried the live CD but haven't had time to install yet.
So, what's on the feature list for 5, besides dealing with unpartitioned USB sticks?
I'm remembering last year's NCLS conference in which we had to talk about K12LTSP 4.x and 5.x since 4 was more stable but 5 had the cool LDA
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and wondering if we'll have to do the same 'straddling' again in '07
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I have a problem with ltsp and kubuntu edgy
when running ltspadmin
it complains about inittab
but it seems to work
and when i try to boot with vmware
and by the way there is "no" on dhcpd in ltspcfg
but it is runnig
enyone has ideas?
mil:you are using edgy's ltsp?
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i think no
i followed ltspguide.pdf
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yay I'm caught up and work and can play again :)
I made a gtk volume control (slider), that over ssh sets aumix-minimal levels. I would like to extend ltspinfod to handel the execing of aumix-minimal
what would be a good way to do security? was thinking of using xauthority file or something
bill_c: hey! I'm glad you can come out and play again!
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norning b ill
how goes it?
bill_c: where are ya with ppc 4.2?
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cliebow, getting my imac repaired (if it can), openfirmware is corrupt
cliebow, my g3 (bluetower) won't build ltsp, same code on the dead g4 does
bill_c:Wow..never come across corrupt openfirm
bill_c:i been running ibooks to ltsp via linux dhcp fine..and blue bondis to ltsp via weindows dhcp..but danged if i can getr ibooks to lad yaboot from windows dhcp
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cliebow_: I lost those login scripts you gave me when my HDD crashed.
i put em on the wiki
cliebow_: Any chance I can get 'em again?
it is in wiki.ltsp.org under..err
sorry, I'm dumb. I need the whole URL...
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Hey ogra! How's the conference?
do ne1 know how much Bandwidth is needed to start a ts session?
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spader3d: Well, if you're running xterms, not much. If you're doing full motion video, a lot.
not much is like less than 2 Mb
didnt leave me much time yet for doing work
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2 mb/s? Way less.
Like 2 kb/s
ogra: That's ok, I've started on some things.
When you get back, we'll hit the pavement running.
i'v uploaded the initial puse package yesterday
but thats about all work i got done ... we're not allowed to use out laptops during the morning sessions ...
so a ltsp-client can start with this ammount of BW?
spader3d: Instead of me trying to play "guess the bandwidth", why don't you tell me what you're trying to do, and I'll tell you if it will work.
it will be able to start with some KB, it will just be very slow :)
No, you'll need more bandwidth to get it started, as you've got to download the linux kernel, and NFS mount root, etc etc etc.
ogra: Is pulse in Universe for Feisty? Should I setup a fiesty box?
as long as the packages all get through it should work ... but who would want a 30 minute boot ;)
I wonder if it is possible to do ltsp over my local DSl network
sbalneav, yep, but it doesnt work right yet ... and somehow the esd mode clashes with the hack we have for the flash plugin ... so it needs more work first
spader3d, if you want to wait for minutes after every click ...
it is technically possible, but surely totally unusable ..
spader3d: No, that won't work. A thin client broadcasts for an IP address and a kernel, and that won't go "over the internet" like that.
it is possible to download a program like vlc with the ltsp?
ah, right, the dhcp part wont work over DSL ...
You'd be better off to try to make a live boot cd with FreeNX on it, and connect over the internet that way.
If you're doing full motion video, a lot -> is it possible to offer tv with ltsp?
with ltsp 5 you should be able to run a mythtv frontend on the client ...
but be aware that it needs a lot of fiddling
(myth on its own isnt an easy task ...)
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I got problems while compiling glibc on lbe..
it fails while calculating size of long double..
I'm running with gentoo..
glibc-2.5 with nptl & nptlonly..
jake: Hmmm, jammcq'd be the fellow to help you with that one.
it would be just my luck that he
would be sleeping right now :)
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jake:better be nice
? I thought I'm being nice.. Currently googling with jammcq ( jim mcquillan ) to find older irc logs about this issue..
as when googling this, I found out I'm not only one with this..
But unfortunately I didn't find a solution..
But I do interact in many projects.. not in devs, but as for joy of my own, it's nice to improve yourself, right? Well, it's pretty common luck for me, that if I need help from someone, she/he ain't online at that moment.. kinda got used to that..
heh, you're being fine. Jammcq's probably out for a bit.
Are you subscribed to the mailing list?
Might want to post the bug on there as well.
jake: what version of gcc?
But unfortunately I didn't find a solution..?
was supposed to say..
It uses version it fetches, right?
It compiles gcc first partially, so it's enough to compile glibc?
not at first
Well, I have gcc-4.1.1 but it can't be used, so I tried with gcc-3.4.6-r?
i had to add gcc3.4 to my breezy to get it to compile
should I try with gcc-3.4.5?
I forgot I removed 3.4.5
dont want to send you on wild goose chase..as luck would have it i was sitting next to jammcq when i did it
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Hi to everyone
We have a k12ltsp network and we are planning our power system
somebody knows how much watts does a thin client consumes?
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does a thin client needs voltage regulator?
and, if a thin client goes out of power (a black out or missfunction like a kick in the outlet) is there a way to recover his session?
It would be a real good thing that We can put a UPS in our server, and if a balckout comes, a guy in the server could log in every session and save the work!!!
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Or if light comes back quickly, when thin client comes back could login in the unclosed session
you'd need vnc or freenx to do something like that.
but It would be a very cool feature!!!
It would rock! agains workstarions
we were discussing such a feature with the xorg upstream guys at the ubuntu conference last week, it needs some very heavy changes to X to make it happen
but the idea is there and might be implemented some day
until then an X proxy or vnc are your best options
If I run a vnc server in every session... It will not die when thin client powers off?
nope .... as long as the server keeps running its fine ... but vnc isnt really useable, it eats a lot of bandwith
i'd rather go with something like xmove
it enables you to use a real X proxy
in ubuntu its unmaitained though, dunno what the status in redhat is ...
I will dig in this side
thankyou for your help
you're welcome :)
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anyone have some non-x86, non-powerpc, non-amd64 hardware to test ltsp debian packages on?
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hppa clients ?
(thats what the world needs :) )
ogra: i think the problem you detected with the --arch code for amd64 is fatal on other architectures.
but i'd like to confirm it before uploading packages.
though, i'm so certain, i think i'll just go for it and keep it at low priority.
i only have that three arches available, apart from my old SGI indigo which has no opportunity to get linux on it ...
(the SGI Indigo)
well, because i'm to lazy to do a serial console based install
it's (moderately) easy.
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it has no support for the graphics card at all, so i tend to keep irix on it to be able to use the machine (even if i dont do that at all anymore)
it still has a fully licensed version of the old netscape server ;)
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I'm having a little bit of a sound problem
Installed ALSA support
seems like the sound server locks on one application to the exclusion of others
on the server too
ltdp 4.2 fc5 on K12ltsp
ltsp 4.2 rather
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