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i am using ltsp5, i need to do "nfs-kernel-server restart" each time that i reboot the server otherwise, "mount failed" error occurs at the thinclients.
on debian etch
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vagrantc: whats the problem with booting the intels?
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rcy: they give me this error message: PXE-E55 ProxyDHCP - No reply to request on port 4011
etherboot works like a charm
i tried to set up the PXE daemon, and they did boot from that (though i'm clueless how to configure it to actually boot what i want)
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hi ltsp devs, would you mind giving your inputs to this? http://developer.novell.com/wiki/index.php/KIWI-LTSP-Tasks
we(opensuse community members) are trying to get this off the ground for a long time now, we hope to get a lot more done before opensuse 10.3 release in october
cyberorg: the distinctions between initrd, server and client seem weak ...
as the server builds the client environment, some things could be modified at build time ... and the initrd is definitely generated server-side ...
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vagrantc, yes initrd is generated, but it is done by another process using kiwi netboot image
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by client i mean, the chroot on the server
so this whole process is talking about chroot creation and nothing else, really.
although, the last two server-side tasks seem broader in scope than kiwi...
yeah, initrd and the chroot creation, then initscripts, ldm and other things
yeah those are LTSP specific
i had best sleep before sunrise
or maybe i should watch it and then sleep
ok 'night, we will see you more :), we just had one developer join us so this new push
sounds like y'all might beat fedora after all :)
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we have a chroot boot up, ldm come up and user log in
that's 90 percent of it
vagrantc, naah, no competiveness, we are bunch of community folks trying to get ltsp on a distro we like :)
we can also manually mount local devices using ltspfs
have a good rest, you may end up spending more time here :)
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I have just setup LTSP 4.2 using Xandros 4.1
My terminals are Compaq Evo T20's
1 terminal is fine, gets ip 172.16.1.99. More than one terminal and I have an issue where all terminals will restart X after about 5 minutes constantly
My research indicates that all terminals MAC addresses are reporting to be all 00:00's
so they all end up getting the 172.16.1.99 ip address
This was not happening with LTSP 4.1 on the same system
I get this error in my logs which seems to be related:
Received signal 15, shutting down cleanly
Has anyone come across similar?
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I have tested and it even crashes when the terminals are in runlevel 3 with no X
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hi, i install ltsp server and when i start client i got an error PXE-E97: NBP is too big to fit in free base memory, can anyone help me ?
the system i use is gentoo
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mohamed_ Looks like this will help:
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Trying LTSP using Debian package
Terminal boot gets to a message stating:
nfsmount: need a path and goes no furthur
nfs is active and exports shows /opt/ltsp as exported
Ah, looks like i need to remove the ip from dhcp rootpath statement
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need help ltsp on kubuntu
kay, im on download page
which one i should download for kubuntu 6.10?
enggars: why don't you tell us what problem you are having?
noo im a newbie
just want to try
In dhcpd.conf i have altered root path statment to not have the ip address but now i get a "rpc failed: 2" error
E: Couldn't find package ltsp-server-standalone
enggars: hmm, what version of kubuntu?
jbassett: try this on the server: showmount -e
kubuntu 6.06 LTS
hmm, why so old?
showmount -e lists 2 exports:
is it impossible in this version?
jbassett: what do you have for 'root-path' ?
opt/ltsp is where i bunzipped the debian version of ltsp 5
enggars: umm, seems like it should work
jbassett: are you running on debian ?
option root-path "/opt/ltsp/debian_etch_i386";
4.1 worked fine, 4.2 booted but had some issues
keep in mind 5.0 is a whole different animal
yeh its my first day working with 5
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sbalneav: "localdev" is (#1) Information regarding using pluggable devices and cdroms with LTSP can be found at http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LTSP-42-LocalDev, or (#2) for ubuntu: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EnableLTSP5LocalDevices, or (#3) for debian-edu: http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/HowTo/LocalDeviceLtspfs, or (#4) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebugLocalDev
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got ltsp5 client booting now
had to install nfs-kernel-server and remove user-server
now it boots into x bu my screen goes off
I understand ltsp5 does not use lts.conf for x settings is that right?
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I have a question regarding the behavior of LTSP5....the clients boot up fine and the GDMish login appears...however, when I log in I get logged into the main system, not into the chrooted env... is this the way it's supposed to be?
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if i log into the console however, i get logged into the chrooted environment
mvip what is the equivalent of lts.conf in version5?
i need to alter my x settings as i cant see a thing
ltsp.conf i think
or maybe ltsp.conf and lts.conf are the same
cant find either in ltsp 5
they don't exist by default
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I'm using LTSP 4.2 on a just-installed Debian Lenny system. I've done everything, except one little thing that is bothering me: I can't make the system set the correct $DISPLAY variable. It always gets the IP address instead of the host name. X starts okay - the NFS presented no errors so far, and whatever I configure to [ws005 on /etc/lts.conf is actually used. /etc/hosts seems to be okay. Anybody here has an idea? I've tried google, but I don't know the c
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sbalneav: so ... i'm trying to get ltspfs to work with sdm again ...
trying to figure out what actually calls the ltspfs command on the server
ltspfsd is running, cdpinger is running ... i can manually mount the ltspfs mount ... but it doesn't get triggered on login or device insertion
vagrantc: "localdev" is (#1) Information regarding using pluggable devices and cdroms with LTSP can be found at http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LTSP-42-LocalDev, or (#2) for ubuntu: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EnableLTSP5LocalDevices, or (#3) for debian-edu: http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/HowTo/LocalDeviceLtspfs, or (#4) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebugLocalDev
ssh -S /tmp/.ltspfs_socket server "/usr/sbin/ltspfsmounter /tmp add"
that's the part that isn't happening
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that was probably a change on my request for /var/run/ldm_socket
well, got it kind of working now
certainly not as smoothly as with ldm
well, now it seems just as smooth as with ldm ...
altough cdpinger doesn't appear to be working
You been pulling from my ltspfs-nodm tree?
sbalneav: no. packages from debian re-built for etch
deb http://pkg-ltsp.alioth.debian.org/debian etch-ltsp-backports main
since ltspfs didn't make it into etch
I've changed the socket file name a fair amount recently.
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In order to be able to support both the multi server capability, and the ability to run more than one ldm at a time, the file's now named...
sbalneav: i think we should use /var/run/ltsp/* rather than dropping all our files into /var/run
so now, you'll get files named like: ldm_socket_vt7_192.168.0.1
morning, i mean :)
You still stressed? :)
yes i am :)
Id've thought that would have dissapated by now.
i was trying to make sound works in ltsp5 in the weekend. no good. but, i guess it's not a priority. today i'm gonna test local printing :)
sound should work fine. What problem were you having?
well, is ltsp5 sound different than ltsp4? i was reading the wiki http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Sound
and check whether /dev/dsp presents, it does present in the client
i tried esd, alsa, nard
interesting thing: when I chose various output device, the test sound came in the server not client.
ltsp5 sound is wildly different than 4
It uses pulse
oh ok. i chose pulse, but it compained for not able to connect to the server
What does your lts.conf file look like?
let me get it
the ltsp server is not up yet, but base on my memory:
SOUND true, SOUND_DAEMON esd, SCREEN_02 shell
Ditch the SOUND_DAEMON
just let it go with the default of pulse.
You're running the gnome desktop?
it wasn't there originally, i just add it last weekend.
LTSP5 + feisty
Should work then. What were you testing that wasn't working?
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when gnome logons, it should produce sound. right? also i was testing the sound using the preferences > sound
the testing client is compaq presario v3000 notebook
Should work. Works on all my clients.
Unless it's not liking your notebook's sound card.
what is the log file to troubleshoot this? in /var/log/messages of the server there's none related, and also in /opt/ltsp/i386/log/messages too
sbalneav: yeah, i guess i need to test it on different client, to make sure to localize the problem
Well, you'd actually have to check on the client
Have a client there in front of you?
yes, i'm using it right now :D but it means i have to disconnect from the internet. that's ok. i
i'll reconnect later after the testing
thanks sbalneav, you are great
much appreciate it
ok i'll reboot now
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well, i *thought* i had it working smoothly ... now the next machine is giving me some weird problems
vagrantc: You got core upload rights yet in Ubuntu?
Got a debdiff I need sponsored.
I was quite proud of myself! nbd-server didn't include the (5) manpage.
I figured out how to add it all by myself!
I'm a big boy now! Yayy! :)
so, whenever ltspfs connects to the ssh socket ... it dies.
ltspfs doesn't ever connect to the ssh socket, itself. The udev rule fires add_fstab_entry, that shoots the ltspfsmounter add command to the server over the socket. This calls ltspfs, which then does the mount.
whatever runs over the ssh socket, when it runs, kills the X connection ...
any command run over the socket seems to kill the x server
why it works fine on one machine and not the other is beyond me.
Running the command over the ssh connection kills the X server? SOmething wrong there :)
In my educated opinion, yes.
"vagrantc" pasted "using ssh socket kills x" (12 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/290
Buffer overrun somewhere.
so, logging into a different server works ... only difference is one is using ssh keys.
well, i guess i haven't tried icewm ... hmmm...
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works fine for my user on one server logging in with password, doesn't work for another user on another server logging in with ssh keys
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the ssh key is restricted to certain commands
to a specific command
sbalneav: so ... every time i type df ... every terminal with someone logged in the floppy light goes on ...
sbalneav: is there some sane way to cache that information ?
for some reason CD drives don't seem to work ...
maybe doing something with df -t can suppress looking at the fd's
it will be hard for me to change my habitually typing df when i'm thinking
but yeah, not really a solution
i was doing a debian installation and building a complicated filesystem layout... everytime it scanned the partitions it took a good 90 seconds because it was timing out on the nonexistent /dev/fd0
i rebooted and disabled the diskette in the bios
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