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Which pkg's are required for LTSP - Debian Etch ?
Will ltsp-server & ltsp-client suffice ?
Err .. ltsp5
Hmm .. it seems to be ltsp-server .. or ltsp-server-standalone
I'll go with the latter. Cheers, and thanks for listening.
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Hi all. I have a acer 4051 laptop as a thin client. I have managed to get the external display to work, but how I can change between displays Fn+F5 crashes the client
in lts.conf i have configured a custom xf86config, in that file i can change what display is visible, but i can´t clone them or change display "on the run"
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Hello all from Spain!
¡Hola a todos desde España!
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Gadi: r u there?
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buenos días sh3mh4mf0r4sh
as to cancel printer jobs in cups/ltsp ?
connect to http://printserver:631
envite, I tried to delete in cups or killing the processes but no he stops to print.
envite, I tried in localhost:631 in server !
is the print connected to server?
envite, ltsp server and cups server into same machine !
i didn't ask for the print server but for the printer itself, physically
Gadi: send me alert when u stay in front a PC , need to talk to you
envite, the trinter itself is in terminal !
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envite, ops, the printer...
try to connect to cups of the terminal
envite, ok, a moment please
if i share /opt/ltsp-4.2 with /opt/ltsp/debian_etch_i386/ and change the dhcp root-path with new kernel generated with script of version 5 i can reboot the client and have ltsp-5 ??? untouching 4.2???
and not create again the clients... with they preferences again?
envite, I tested for the terminal but he gave the same resulted of the server!
where they are the works in spool in ltsp?
works = printer jobs
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the part of the job already sent to printer can not be cancelled
maybe that's the problem
envite, no, this is canceled restarting printer ! but have many pages sended To printer
envite, the configuration in lts.conf uses socket://terminal:9100 to print, some times I tried to kill the process of socket but it reappears and continues printing!
sh3mh4mf0r4sh, you can run six different versions..ppc i386 4.2 whatever..as ong as you provide the right kernel and root-path
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the fine points like localdevsa re another story
cliebow__: and i'm not create again the clients customs details whe client is logged?
nobody has problems to cancel printer jobs of printers connects to the ltsp terminals using cups?
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EversonCaratti: do you have the same problem if you print then cancel a job directly on the server?
prpplague, no, in server is fine !
any server details remain he same
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mrchicken: saludos socio
sh3mh4mf0r4sh... como vas>
aprendiendo cada dia mas que se menos :)
hehehehehehehe, yo ya pase por esas y acepte mi condicion de redomado ignorante
I have a stupid issue now... whenever I type anything in my diskless client I get 10 letters
where can I specify the typematic rate?
mrchicken: your 5 version run fine now?
sh3mh4mf0r4sh ... I'm using 4.2 :P 5 never worked for me
mrchicken: to me works fine.. just left me know if my medias storages work ok in the localdev
i try to upgrade the navigation room in the noon to test
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my computer wants tod ie on me
I was crying for somebody to help me out with the keyboard issue
every letter I type gets written like 10 times
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ok so can anybody give me a hand with my problem?
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how can I control the kb rate of repeat rate
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I'm trying to login via my workstation (with an AT keyboard) however every letter I type gets repeated like 1000000 times
mrchicken: is the mb old?
its a SIS530 mb
so I know whats happening
add the lines to the dhcp
option option-128 e4:45:74:68:00:00; and option option-129 "acpi=off";
umm I'm using pxelinux
su I suppose I should write that in pxe.conf
do u know the model of the mb?
it's to put on dhcp server
ummm I do I believe its an LMRT 555 or something
right... the same problem in another place of the world
brb lemme test
can somebody help me with my tftp?
but does not serve the file
did u check filename in the dhcpd.conf?
i have this -> filename "/ltsp/i386/vmlinuz-2.6.18-4-486";
I'm actually trying with a tftp client in another PC
and all that I get is Transfer timed out
tftp> get /lts/2.6.9-ltsp-3/pxelinux.0
Transfer timed out.
have this in inet.conf?
tftp dgram udp wait root /usr/sbin/in.tftpd /usr/sbin/in.tftpd -s /var/lib/tftpboot
tftp dgram udp wait root /usr/sbin/in.tftpd in.tftpd -v -v -v -u root -s /tftpboot
is tftpd ?
same here tftpd-hpa
netstat -ap | grep tftp?
# netstat -ap|grep tftp
warning, got bogus unix line.
udp 0 0 *:tftp *:* 10943/inetd
switched to: tftp dgram udp wait root /usr/sbin/in.tftpd /usr/sbin/in.tftpd -r blksize -s /tftpboot
and the same
could be your switch - try with a crossover cable
and without -r blksize?
yes. try with gadi said
and what sh3mh4mf0r4sh said ;)
Gadi: I have no problems between these two PC
your switch may be blocking the udp packets
some switches have quirky things
where they will block some types of packets
I think that is not the case, because when I request a nonexistent file, I receive the adequate answer
but I will try to know with tcpdump
just to be surer
hmm... then, it could indeed be timeout issues
which may also be switch related
is it a crappy switch?
I do not know which switch it is, I'm remotely connected to the two PC
but I can ssh without problems from one PC to the other
How did you come across that??
mrchicken: felicidades chama
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envite: ssh is over tcp, not udp
have you ever had issues with this switch and ltsp?
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don't know, it's first time
are you using the tftp-hpa client?
as well as server?
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I see the RRQ udp packet in both tcpdumps
try placing a smaller dummy file in the tftproot dir and getting it
one kind of network cards are they?
Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82540EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 02)
both the same?
can you run: mii-tool eth0
I'm using one twin as client to check the tftp server in the other
eth0: negotiated 100baseTx-FD, link ok
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sh3mh4mf0r4sh... soy hombre
am running ltsp4.2 debian
my thin client can't access his floppy driver, cdrom, and pluggable usb sticks, i put in my lts.conf : HOTPLUG = Y LOCAL_DEVICE_02 = /dev/fd0:floppy LOCAL_DEVICE_01 = /dev/hdd:cdrom
Gadi, sh3mh4mf0r4sh: It seems that I receive 508 bytes of the pxelinux.0 file
like the docs said
it is a 11826 bytes file
envite: sounds like either the network driver is dying or the switch
perhaps changing the blksize would help?
how can I do that?
Gadi: You ever wrap up that kiosk lstp plugin script?
play with values in that -r flag
maybe that'll help it
make sure you follow the one for 4.2
bricode: which one was that?
Gadi: Dunno, but I've been tasked to do an LTSP e-mail garden with some other funk. Just wondered what resources were available to me.
heh, well, there are a plethora of LTSP's to choose from these days :)
will mostly depend on the funk
mrchicken: about the sis 530 ... we tried a lot of things... lol...
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Gadi: no way
mrchicken: yo =
Gadi: Well, the other funk involves stuff I've talked about previously. Mostly multi-media type stuff.
bricode: why not just use LTSP5 and run ur lil OS in the chroot?
that way u can market the desktop u put together
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Gaid: I'v found one new error msg
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kaminski-ltsp-br ... have you been able to make the soundcard work?
Gadi, i've read that LocalDev wiki topic, i dont understand how to "Enable localdev on the Client"
er, click on enabling local device on the client
Gadi: That's kinda what I'm thinking.
In your lts.conf file, either in the [Defaults] section, or on a per-workstation basis, adding the line: LOCAL_STORAGE = Y
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Gadi:is the "generic kernel" a 36 or 686 kernel
cool..testing out linuxmint..seems kind of pokey for 256 meg ram
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gadi: every thig I try, it is the same: I receive only the first 508 bytes of the asked-for file
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AMSmith42: Error: "ubunutquick" is not a valid command.
AMSmith42: Error: "ubuntuquickstart" is not a valid command.
AMSmith42: "ubuntuquick" is https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/LTSPQuickInstall
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If I set up my LTS to rdesktop to a Windows TS, would I need to have them both set up for DHCP and have different IP ranges that each server has control over to guarantee no conflicts?
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That is, if I boot my thin client from a Linux TS, the Linux server will give it an IP address. Then if I rdesktop from the Linux thin client to the Windows TS, won't the Windows server want to give the thin client an IP address as well?
AMSmith42: do you plan to rdesktop from the Linux desktop on the server or to setup a SCREEN_XX in lts.conf?
I was planning to rdesktop from the Linux desktop to the windows ts desktop.
What is a screen_xx?
I'm looking at dhcpd.conf. What is a broadcast address?
sorry - ph call
when you rdesktop from ur linux desktop, you are going server to server
if you connect as a screen script in lts.conf, you are going client to server
so, connections from server to server will look to WTS as if they are all originating from the server IP
connections from client to server will look like they are coming from individual client IPs
Wild. So I can basically trick Windows into thinking there is only one connection?
it still has separate sessions
just all originating from same client
its as if you opened rdesktop several times from 1 PC
But it doesn't hand out an IP address for each of those...
WTS does not hand out IPs
Not even to clients?
How does it keep track of client connections? MAC?
well, superficially hostname
(like in the case of the interface)
under the hood, it will assign a unique ID to each connections
I see. That makes sense.
What is broadcast-address?
its the subnet's broadcast address (the IP address that corresponds to a broadcast on the subnet)
I guess I've never had to fiddle with that. Is there a nominal setting for it on 198.168.0.x 255.255.255.0?
I don't understand what broadcast does.
there is a mandatory setting
I know Google keeps hiding the TCP/IP manual somewhere ... I'll check under the couch ;)
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is there a way to say a client to mount another partition on an usb stick than the first one? (local dev with ltsp4.2)
doederlie: it would be in the udev rules on the client: /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/udev/rules.d/
ah okay, i see, there is a 10-ltsp-usb.rules, i have no clue so i will go and read some udev doc. Thanks!
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one last silly question
actually two :)
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which sound server would you recommend for old AC'97 soundcards?
and ... if I have a USB printer how do I set it up?
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I know you;re hiding here...
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Can anybody help me set up a USB printer?
connected to a client?
mrchicken: you need to spend more time searching the wiki
it's all there
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hi all, a conceptual issue: I've worked with LTSP doing dumb terminals that logged on linux server using telnet. Now if instead of boot a text worksation I boot an X workstation the processes I'll run, like RDP client for example, will run on the workstation hardware or hat only shows the screens generated by the application running at LTSP server?
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it is? I just read an article on howto install a LPT printer
just saw it
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I have ltsp 4.2 on Slackware 11.0 ... I need to use local devices (USB stick) but I can't install 2.6.x kernel now ... what can I do ???
please, give me a rope... where can I read about of LTSP operation theory, way it work, etc...?
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J45p3r, how about i bring the server up then take the old one back
lamoine monday the 19th 2:30..from val
look for you in the A.m then
you got my email then?
gotta get it done..they ariflighted my bro to Boston..
packing it in..beat..
hope everything is ok, I'll see you in the am
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where's the ltsp repository? http://www.ltsp.org/ltsp-4.1 is 404
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vagrantc: Error: "download" is not a valid command.
ltspbot: learn download as http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/DownLoads
vagrantc: The operation succeeded.
Plouj: try that
I'm not sure what I'm looking for
Plouj: what do you want to accomplish?
run ltspadmin according to http://ltsp.mirrors.tds.net/pub/ltsp/docs/ltsp-4.1-en.html#AEN53
4.1 is obsoleted by 4.2
but somewhat similar
what do you mean?
4.2 is released.
oh, the documentation is for 4.1?
most people capable of supporting 4.1 would rather spend time fiing problems with 4.2
and then, of course, there's ltsp5 :)
well, I don't see any documentation for 4.2
wait a second
I went here: http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Documentation then clicked on the English LTSP-4.1/4.2 HTML document
what are you telling me?
4.2 is probably similar enough to 4.1 that the documentation probably still should work.
but i'm an ltsp5 developer, so i should probably stop commenting on ltsp 4.x
ok, now that we figured that out
I really don't care about what version of ltsp I use
as long as it's easy to install and it's documented
I'm just trying to learn how to setup my own network booted system
ltspbot: factoids search --values
vagrantc: 'ltsp', 'ubuntu', 'sbalneav', 'icewm', 'frappr', 'wiki', 'debian', 'edubuntu', 'dhcpd', 'greyscreen', 'grayscreen', 'ltsp42', 'localdev', 'checklist', 'muekow', 'bestltspdistro', 'serversize', 'serversizing', 'wireless', 'sound', 'topics', 'ubuntuquick', 'integration', 'lts.conf', 'pastebot', 'bootfloppy', 'ltsp5', 'tarball', and 'download'
vagrantc: "ltsp42" is The latest version of LTSP is version 4.2. You can find out all information about it on http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LTSP-42
Plouj: what linux distro are you using?
I've just installed debian 3.1 r8 I think
jammcq: we should maybe mention the tarballs on http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Ltsp5Status
Plouj: would you be willing to upgrade to debian 4.0 pre-release?
Plouj: as i've worked on integrated LTSP into debian
is pre-release = testing or = unstable?
currently frozen ... hopefully released sometime in the next couple months
vagrantc: "debian" is is a GNU/Linux based operating system that makes an excellent LTSP server. You can find it at http://www.debian.org. for information about LTSP on debian see http://wiki.debian.org/LTSP
ok, so I'm updating debian etch
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looks like my LTSP talk was approved for debconf7 ... hope i can make it :)
dude, that means flying on a plane again
though i might try hitchhiking
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