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greetings. I'm having trouble getting the correct resolution on my terminal. I suspect I need to have the nvidia module installed to make it work (I've never got correct resolution working with nv). so, how would I go about installing the nvidia module for the clients? (ubuntu edgy). Do I have to chroot in and install that way or something? Can't find much info on it...
It seems that no matter what I put in the [Default] section of my lts.conf, it gets ignored by the clients. How can I tell if the clients are using lts.conf to get config info at all - to me it seems that the file is being completely ignored...
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anyone here know where I can get information on the FC 7 efforts for integrating LTSP?
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sorry, I'm a ubuntu user myself. any idea why my lts.conf might be being ignored? My clients seem oblivious to, regardless what I put in there...
gdi2k: sorry no idea, never used ltsp... yet
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cliebow: I tried deleting the quiet splash part and now I get an error message finaly. Seems it can't find my network card. ipconfig: eth0: SIOCGIFINDEX: No such device
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The helps says PCI cards should be auto-detected by the LTSP kernel. But what if I have an on-board networkscard on my Nforce4 motherboard?
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Tegel:i supose it isd possible that card has no support in the initramfs ..can you get a pci id for the card by booting a cdrom or something and using lspci?
will look into it later, have to go now. Thanks :-)
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|06:51||* erdinc bye aLL..|
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Hi, all :) Have you configured Local printers or scanners in LTSP-5?
I followed this guide: http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Scanners, but no success
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hi, i am trying to install ltsp 5 in debian testing but then i got the following error message when i restarted dhcpd
/etc/dhcpd.conf line 10: expecting a parameter or declaration.
i followed the documentation and copied dhcpd from /usr/share/ltsp to etc/dhcpd.conf
can someone kindly help me out?
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sbalneav: ogra was last seen in #ltsp 1 day, 0 hours, 35 minutes, and 56 seconds ago: <ogra> well, i'll put it on my list for things to look at before release
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jammcq: "sbalneav" is Scotty !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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cliebow: hey, you wouldn't happen to know how to configure yaboot.conf to do serial console?
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hmmm.. seems to support it out of the box.
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there is a way to automagically let users login based on MAC address ?
Not easily, no
well, depends on what you mean.
Fosforo: you mean automatically log in?
Fosforo: like, as soon as a particular terminal boots, it logs in with a particular user?
i seem to recall being able to configure xdm to autologin based on ip, so if you configure static ip in dhcpd, you'd indirectly have it mac based.
also wrote hooks to sdm/xdm to only allow certain logins based on mac address.
vagrantc: you got to teach me how to write python GUIs
mistik1: i'd have to learn how first :)
I think I may have fixed a long running issue with Xdialog today
which, wouldn't be such a bad idea... ogra_ was supposedly rewriting ldm to use some new GUI backends ... cairo ?
i should probably get in on that
Can you imagine a program called [X]dialog that does not report itself to the window manager AS a dialog
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at least with gtk2 anyway
It would take a bit more effort to do it on the gtk1x side
what still runs gtk1 ?
I cant believe the author would not add that one stinkin line of code
He even defended not doing it
Do you know anyone that uses Xdialog for a full screen program
I'm going to send the patch upstream in hopes that he'll even look at it
If not his loss
jeez, been quiet all day long
I turn away for a few minutes, and it's like a party in here
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vagrantc: sorry for the delay
Fosforo: no apologies needed :)
vagrantc: yes. automatically login an user in X, based on mac / ip
vagrantc: i want to made things easier to these people (xpde + gdm) - automatically login
vagrantc: they only have saw redmond things in their entire life
i haven't tried that sor of thing since 2001 or so, so my memories a little rusty
whenever i wrote sdm, actually.
*** searching 4 sdm
hmmm great !
good security pratices...
Fosforo: so ... do you want to be able to specify the user and automatically log in, or just have a specific login for each thin-client?
Fosforo: automatically login
vagrantc: a specific login for each thin client i think is set at dhcp3.conf
well... probably no need to have gdm then, you can just configure xdm to pop up a login whenever the client connects to it
vagrantc: i thought about no popups... just the xp-like interface and the software they used to work being displayed
hmm maybe i found it
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vagrantc: xpde interface...
even less familiarity with that
anyways ... yeah, the gdm stuff will probably work for you.
vagrantc: after some tests i'll post result here