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is anybody herewho knows how to set up ltsp with xdcmp chooser ?
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I'm using edubuntu with a test network of 1 thin client and a server with 512MB Ram...when I run YouTube videos in flash player there's no sound and the video freezes after about 5s of play time. Is this normal behavior?
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help: i install edubuntu 7.04 on a notebook asus amd turion64, but on ltsp it make a mistake, have somebody the same problem ?
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hi? somevbody to help me?
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Why the ltsp.org site is down?.
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xfrost: is it?
Q-FUNK: Yes it's.
Look at the official website.
i need help
have install a thin client with ltsp
my pc's boot form network, its ok, but in the moment i have type the user and pass dont work
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Hi all, I have a hopefully basic question about smbldap and samba
anyone feeling guruish?
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does anyone here have experience using LTSP with ELO serial touchscreens?
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I plan to use an HP t5000 connected to an ELO 15"
john_s;spit er out..il be away but there are lots of smarties here..
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I am looking for a LTSP guru that can consult a bit in the North West US. It might just be a phone consultation I am not sure yet. Anyone know where I can locate someone like that
Looks like it's possible, since there is wacom support.
I'm going to dive in and try it. I may be back for help.
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Where is the documentation for ltsp-5 !?!?!
I've waisted an hour looking for the installation instructions !!!
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jroberts: which distro ?
jroberts: look at the topic
see that URL ?
I dl'd the Ubuntu tar ball and put it in /opt
did you see the link that says "LTSP-5 Tarball Installation Instructions
that's as far as the documentation got me.
No. I don't
it's right below the utility scripts
which is right below the tarball images
ok, ok. so it's a little hard to find.
Yeah. To say the least.
when fedora actually integrates LTSP, it'll be a lot easier.
well, hopefully :)
it's pretty easy on ubuntu and debian
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vagrantc: Are there any required patches for the ltsp client kernel in use for v5.x
that's the idea, anyways.
standard distro kernel
No such thing exist in my distro, this is why I'm asking
there's no way to build a default kernel ?
I assume there are simply things that need to be turned on for working with swap and such
it requires you to customize it ?
vagrantc: you have to compile the whole thing, might as well customize it too :)
There is a kernel patch set that is refered to as the gentoo kernels, however on install you compile it just like vanilla
to me, that's a standard kernel
jammcq: only if maintaining those customizations gains you something ...
vagrantc: heh, you ever talk to a gentoo guy?
it's ALL about eeking out a couple of extra cpu cycles by tweaking every last thing you can
jammcq: well, sure. i understand there's a fundamental difference in philosophy here ...
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but i think there's also probably a "standard" build that just happens if you don't hit any buttons.
many of the gentoo folks i know do actually just go with the gentoo defaults for the most part.
jammcq: so, about those updated tarballs... :)
Those are prolly the people who use genkernel
genkernel is a set of scripts that will compile and install a very modularized kernel sorta like that other distros
i would think for a gentoo LTSP environment, you'd want as generic a kernel as possible, since it may be booting on varied hardware
It accepts some arguments to change support for certain things
the main things you'll need are NFS support, NBD support ... and ... i think that's about it.
beyond "normal" things like TCP and such.
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I'm working on it ;-)
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I'll tell you one thing though, I am still completely against ltsp-build-client
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mistik1: have you got a better way?
I agree that ltsp5 should make it easy for any distro to implement LTSP, I do not agree that it need be the same
Personally I think its pretty useless to gentoo
that's what everyone says at first, and then they disappear off the face of the earth
ltsp-build-client is mostly a skeleton
there's not much to it you *have* to implement
you can make it as simple or as complicated as you want.
I just wish I had some more hours in the day
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