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hi for all!
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Does anyone have an idea of why I can run ltsp clients on ubuntu/ltsp-5 even though I'm missing /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf?
Basically I want to know how to modify the settings, and it's a bit hard without that file it seems.
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I'm actually thinking of throwing away the Ubuntu ltsp-5 and install ltsp-4.2 instead.
Hmmm, lts.conf reappeared when running ltsp-build-client
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i have still problems with my fujitts fi-4120C scanner. I am using ltsp 4.2 and now i want to swtitch to ltsp5 under dapper. But the sane backend is also pretty old under dapper. is there a posibillity to install the new sane version?
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schyffel, wont nee an lts.conf if the defaults work..
I need it if I want to change the defaults. But now I have it anyway. Got some new problems though.
now I need modules.dep
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modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.12-9-386/modules.dep: No such file or directory
can i chroot into the ltsp client environment and change the source.list form dapper to feisty to get the newest packages (mainly sane) for my clients?
really should get latest ltsp-build-client and build a new chroot
where can i get it?
modprobe doesn't seem to matter, so never mind my last message
well..i am using gutsy..and simply apt-get install ltsp-server-standalone..
use dpkg -l to see what version you have
i have version 0.87 in dapper
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schregge, i need to defer to the wizards rather than give you half asses advice..wouldnt you like to update to feisty.btw gutsy should ROCK
i know, but i dont want to use gutsy in an production environment.... and i had a lot of problems when i used feisty with ltsp5
so at the moment i use ltsp4-2 with dapper.... but the sane version is too old so i decided to switch ltsp5 but in dapper they are using the same version :(
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i see..there should be a prebuilt fe\isty chroot available..
Anyone know a good webpage for troubleshooting the X-server on ltsp-client?
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a lot of people try xserver=vesa for starters..dont know is there is much to debug x
Ok. trying that.
gotta run..good luck..
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Nah, vesa didn't do the trick
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can anyone tell me why my firefox global extensions aren't being applied to all users? http://pastebin.ca/670136
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Could modprobe failing due to missing modules.dep cause failure for the X server?
"modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.12-9-386/modules.dep: No such file or directory"
schyffel, your boot image and your ltsp chroot kernel probably are of different version
Ok, that could be it, I
''ll try reinstalling the who chabooty
On ubuntu, will it install the boot image when i do "sudo ltsp-build-client"
Looks like it does. Then my boot image and my chroot kernel should be same version.
It looks like it's working now anyway...
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Damn this terminal client is slow when running over ssh...
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Thanks for the tips on getting started though.
Anyone know why the xdmcp server would do nothing when entering correct login, but displays an error when entering faulty login?
Define "do nothing"?
Just sits there?
It asks for username again
What version of ltsp are you running, and on what server?
So probably returns nothing.
Ubuntu server with ltsp-5
Are you running XDMCP, or are you using the ldm login manager?
I used xdmcp login from another mashine the other week, so it should work.
Can you paste your lts.conf file to the pastebot?
sbalneav: "pastebot" is The LTSP pastebot is at http://pastebot.ltsp.org. Please paste all text longer than a line or two to the pastebot, as it helps to reduce traffic in the channel. A link to the content will be pasted in the channel.
Oh, you don't want to start it on screen 1
change it to SCREEN_07
Ok, then it should work?
Why is that?
No guarentees, but that's an obvious problem right there.
SCREEN_01 already has a character login running on it.
Ok, I'll try that. I'll also try xdmcp from this mashine.
Ah, seems the xdmcp isn't working from this mashine eighter. Not an ltsp-problem after all.
Can you paste your lts.conf so I can see the whole thing?
"schyffel" pasted "SCREEN_07 = startx" (12 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/288
I like the bot...
Any reason why you're not running ldm?
Well, you might want to check the .xsession-errors file of an account that can't log in. That may give you some insight.
Or rather, there is a reason for not running ldm. It's to slow running through ssh on the client.
Then, you need the patched ldm, now with LDM_DIRECTX support
sbalneav: "ldm" is You can find the updated ldm that supports the LDM_DIRECTX parameter for bypassing ssh encryption at http://alburg.net/ldm
Hard to install?
Doesn't look like it... :D
cp /opt/ltsp/i386/usr/sbin/ldm /opt/ltsp/i386/usr/sbin/ldm.orig ; cp <ldm> /opt/ltsp/i386/usr/sbin ; chmod 755 /opt/ltsp/i386/usr/sbin/ldm
"sbalneav" pasted "Make your lts.conf look like this" (6 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/289
I'll try this right away then.
Also, make sure you do an ltsp-update-sshkeys
This is great!
Glad I could help
For Gutsy, I've re-written ldm and the greeter in C, so it starts even quicker, now.
Hey, it froze.
Oh, just when I was so happy! :-)
Oh, nvm, I got it working at least...
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It's been freezing a few times now, about a minute och two after the login screen appears. Has nothing to do with ldm though, coz it did the same for x and while in shell
How much memory is in the client?
I think 128MB
Should be fine. What video card is in the machine?
It's one of the disklessworkstations units, but a couple years old.
I think via graphics
Doesn't really matter what I do, it freezes after about 2-4 minutes.
No matter if I stay at the login screen, only start the shell, startx or whatever.
Could specifying XSERVER to 'via' instead of 'auto' do something?
XERVER=vesa might be a good place to start
that and checking the ram in the client
Well, going upstairs for breakfast.
afk for a bit
XSERVER=vesa gave me 1024x768 instead of 1280x1024 and a lot slower graphics. On the other hand the graphics were correct when playing a movie.
Still froze though...
Here's the specs: 256MB mem, Embedded Trident VGA, up to 8 MB shared memory
It's worked perfect before, but not against this version of ltsp
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I need to use acpi=off for a few machines. Is there a better way than doing that in pxelinux.cfg ?
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you might be able to pass some information via dhcp or something ...
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gah. i'm so frustrated with this weird problem.
intel cards with Intel Boot Agent 3.0+ seem to not work with etch.
the PXE implementation seems to require the pxe daemon
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vagrantc: Hey, maybe you can tell me.
I'm trying to hunt down a crash bug in nbd-server
How do I do a pbuilder so that the binary still has the debug symbols in it?
So I can start nbd-server under gdb, and find out where it's sigsev' ing?
vagrantc: Also, I'm pbuildering the ltsp, how do I increment the debian package version number. The "official" ones are 5.0.24, and mine are still 5.0.22
DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip pdebuild ...
sbalneav: don't really understand your question about the version numbers
sbalneav: well, unless you mean to edit the changelog file ... use dch -i to increment the version number
sbalneav: and use some 5.0.25~0.scotty.0 revision for a personal package or something
dch: fatal error at line 500:
Found debian/changelog for package ltsp in the directory
but this directory name does not match the package name according to the
How do I do that.
never had that problem before
you could rename your directory
I have to admit, I've been cheating: I compile the programs, and just copy them in place. I really should learn to do it properly.
Now that I'm comfortable with bzr, :)
I'll learn the next step :)
mv scotts-gutsy ltsp-5.0.25~0.scotty.0
to work around the problem, i think
Won't that screw up the bzr, though? or no?
no, though any commits you make will change what branch nickname it uses ...
Maybe I should just copy the tree.
you can move it back after you've built the package
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Yeah, I'll just cp -r
bzr export ../ltsp-5.0.25~0.scotty.0
You are wise, oh bearded one!
hopefully dch won't complain then ...
I'll find out in a minute :)
i'm really smashing my head over this weird problem with the intel PXE implementation
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ace_suares: ogra was last seen in #ltsp 1 day, 8 hours, 11 minutes, and 20 seconds ago: <ogra> hehe
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vagrantc: Here's another dumb question:
Ok, so I do an apt-get source nbd-server
and I get the 3 files and a dir: the nbd-2.6.9
and the orig.tar.gz
I cd into the dir.
Now, lets say I make a change to the source in the directory.
if I type pdebuild in that dir, will I get a package build from the source I modified?
sbalneav: you should, yes.
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vagrantc: Nope. it doesn't.
if you type pdebuild in the directory of the sources that you've modifed, it should use that directory.
i'm very certain of this.
unless you didn't change the version number and it doesn't re-generate the .tar.gz ...
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so, still having problems PXE booting intel cards ... even tried installing ubuntu feisty, but it has the same problem