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Channel log from 10 November 2007   (all times are UTC)

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<Artemka>
Hi,i-am from russia,please help, after update edubuntu 7.04 - 7.1 dont mount localdevice, in /tmp/.user-ltsp/ i have name of device but they all 0. What can i do?
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<Artemka>
pleeease help :-)
00:46
nobody know?
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00:47* vagrantc missed the issue
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<vagrantc>
but in general, it's good to have patience- everybody isn't always active
00:47
<johnny_>
hey vagrantc, fgiraldeau was able to reproduce my issue
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<vagrantc>
johnny_: the autologin stuff ?
00:48
<johnny_>
yes
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<vagrantc>
does autologin work for anybody?
00:48
<johnny_>
i've asked at different points of the day, nobody answered
00:48
<vagrantc>
heh
00:49
maybe i'll try to give it a whirl on debian tomorrow
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<vagrantc>
sbalneav: so, while i know there's probably more work to do with dist, i've got debian packages building from the generated tarballs: http://llama.freegeek.org/~vagrant/bzr/ltsp/split/vagrant-ltsp-split/
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<Something>
hi all
02:10
why my printer always network busy after print 1 file
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i can't print must restart
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<goingwild>
hiii
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Printing: Network host '192.168.0.212' is busy; will retry in 30 seconds...
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<goingwild>
everytime i print
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restart the client the print work
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but when try print again that happen
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<goingwild>
hiii
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<mcfloppy_>
hiiii :p
04:43
<goingwild>
hahaha
04:43
<mcfloppy_>
hahaha
04:43
hrhr
04:43
<goingwild>
is that problem on 5. ?
04:43
<mcfloppy_>
i've 4.2
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hrhr
04:44
i should upgrade
04:45
runs a 2.4er client kernel with 4.2 and/or 5.0?
04:48
<goingwild>
i should downgrade
04:48
hehehe
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<mcfloppy_>
hehe
04:48
why?
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<goingwild>
ho to keep socket alive?
04:48
just confuse why the socket die
04:48
<mcfloppy_>
unter 4.2 the printer works?
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<goingwild>
dont know yet
04:50
in this 5 it work everytime i restart :d
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and print 1 job then it die
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<mcfloppy_>
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<goingwild>
dont understand
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:d
04:54
from indonesia
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<mcfloppy_>
oh
04:54
sorry...
04:54
wrong window
05:06
<goingwild>
howto create socket on remote ip ?
05:06
at port 9100
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<mcfloppy_>
can you restart the service?
05:21
. /etc/init.d/cups-sys restart or so
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<mcfloppy_>
can i build my own LTSP CLient kernel?
05:25
ah i found...
05:25
http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/CustomLtspKernels
05:27
<goingwild>
ah i got the problem
05:27
jetpipe DIE
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<mcfloppy_>
yeah
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and now: solve
05:28
hrhrrhrhrhrhrhr
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<goingwild>
everytime i run jetpipe it print
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hahahaha
05:28
MANUALLY
05:28
still not solve 100%
05:28
there is many ppl got same problem
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at forum :(
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<mcfloppy_>
hrhrhrhr
05:30
cronjob :p
05:30
very bad workaround
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hrhr
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<goingwild>
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ltsp/+bug/130472
05:33
someone already found one
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:d
05:33
try it
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<goingwild>
IT WORKS
05:47
now i said thanxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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<Artemka>
i need help. ltspfs. How can i made iocharset?
06:12
cyrillic donr response in default ltspfs
06:14
excuzme for my english :-)
06:19
why nobody say?
06:21
<IRCzito>
Artemka: is for local devices?
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<sadmin>
hi all
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<mcfloppy_>
ghi sadmin
06:24
<sadmin>
some times my users ltsp desktop hangs and some times office won open
06:24
whats the cure
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<mcfloppy_>
no plan
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<IRCzito>
Artemka: for local devices?
06:25
<mcfloppy_>
freeze all terminals together? or every to an other time? or is only one terminal affected
06:26
<sadmin>
well its only one or 2 random issues
06:28
<mcfloppy_>
is the lan card defect?
06:28
<Artemka>
IRCzito yes for local on terminal
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<IRCzito>
maybe you can use it in /lib/udev/add_fstab_entry on root-tree
06:32
what's your Distro?
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<Artemka>
IRCzito ubuntu 7.1 with ltsp5
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i found this file, what i must made in this file?
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<IRCzito>
Artemka: I doknow if ltspfs support this... I only say to you made tests on this file...
06:37
Artemka: I will serch for this is possible
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<Artemka>
IRCzito thank you, i will search in this way
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<IRCzito>
Artemka: Were are you from?
06:45
<Artemka>
IRCzito I from Russia :-)
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<IRCzito>
Artemka: Im from Brasil, I don't know if is in your language but maybe can help: http://osdir.com/ml/technology.ltsp.ru/2005-11/msg00006.html
06:47
Artemka: My English is so bad and maybe its help too http://www.mail-archive.com/ltsp-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net/msg29496.html
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<Artemka>
IRCzito I undarstand you english, my englesh very bad :-)
07:15
<outofrange>
The squashfs is read over the network, correct? It's not copied to the clients, true?
07:16
<cliebow>
it must be an nbd device which the client unpacks?? it doesnt d/l
07:17
<outofrange>
I'm curious why have to build the squashfs instead of just nfs mounting /opt/ltsp/<arch>
07:18* outofrange asks because due to running ltsp-update-image too often ;)
07:24
<outofrange>
pulesaudio isn't starting on one of my clients. When I try to run it directly on the client it says it's overwriting a stale PID file and then just says "Aborted"
07:24
strace would be handy in the chroot
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<upro>
Hi again! After my upgrade my client can still not lgin. I resolved that prog+blem previously, but I forgot how... (too bad). Can someone help please?
07:55
<outofrange>
What does it say about not logging in?
07:56
Client not authorized?
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<upro>
outofrange: Is stalls for a minute, then drops back to the login screen
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<outofrange>
No "incorrect password" or "client not authorized"?
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<upro>
outofrange: on the client there is no message...
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outofrange: on the server: Not sure where to check that messages...
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<outofrange>
/var/log/syslog, perhaps
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<upro>
only: connect from 192.168.0.250 (192.168.0.250)
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no other message
08:00
I have also updated the /opt/ltsp section and the sshkeys
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<outofrange>
What does is say at the start of that message "nbdrootd" or "nbd_server"? Something else?
08:02
upro: I'm just learning this, so I might not have an answer.
08:02
Do you have syslogd enabled for logging over the network?
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<upro>
the entire line reads: Nov 10 14:56:14 upro ldminfod[9336]: connect from 192.168.0.250 (192.168.0.250)
08:02
outofrange: I'm not sure how to check that...
08:02
<outofrange>
What dist are you running?
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<upro>
ubuntu gusty
08:03
<outofrange>
/etc/default/syslogd
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SYSLOGD="-r" like the docs say.
08:04
Do you have reverse DNS for your client's IP numbers?
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<upro>
outofrange: ???? ooops - I don't know at all. It was just working before I upgraded the distro two days ago...
08:05
<outofrange>
Do you want to restore from backup?
08:09
<upro>
outofrange: restore ltsp?
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<outofrange>
I doubt you want to do that.
08:10
<cliebow>
client not authorized is usually repaired with ltsp-update-sshkeys && ltsp-update-image in ltsp5
08:11
<upro>
cliebow: I did that yesterday andstill can't login...
08:11
<outofrange>
upro: are you still seeing that message?
08:11
<upro>
outofrange: which message?
08:11
<outofrange>
client not authorized
08:12
<upro>
outofrange: I don't see that messagenowhere (maybe I don't know where to look for it)
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<outofrange>
the ldm login screen displays it on a failed login.
08:14
<upro>
outofrange: the login screen of the client soe not show anything. After checling the password it goes black and returns to the login screen after a minute
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<outofrange>
Maybe a problem starting your session.
08:16
Not enough logging on the client -- I don't see Xorg.0.log on my clients.
08:16
<upro>
outofrange: Could it be something with the cliernt user not being allowed to open a x session?
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<outofrange>
Do you have a way to log in on the clients?
08:18
<upro>
outofrange: yes I guess, but from where?
08:18
and with whoch sommand?
08:19
when I log into a user account on the server concole I get "Fatal Server error. Xlib: Connection to :0:0 refused by server"
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<outofrange>
You might have to wait for someone that knows the X setup better. But, what I have done for testing ltsp here is copied my password from /etc/shadow on the server to /opt/ltsp/<arch>/etc/shadow. I added the password for the "root" account. Then on the clients I can ctrl-alt-F1 to get a login: prompt and then login on the client as root with my password. Then you can look at the Xorg.?.log file.
08:21
So, are there any accounts you can log in as on the server?
08:23
Sounds like an xauth issue, but I'm not that familiar with how that auth works.
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<upro>
my other user (myself) can login without problems
08:25
<outofrange>
Well, google for "Xlib: Connection to :0:0 refused by server" . Other thing I'd try is adding a new user and seeing if you can log in as that user.
08:25
<upro>
on the server and the client
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<mcfloppy_>
omfg
08:26
nfsmount: need a path
08:26
dine
08:26
done
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and so on
08:26
how can i solve this
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<upro>
outofrange: I found it - it was easy. there saw a lock file /tmp/.X0.log, which I hjad to delete. Now all works just fine! Thanks!
08:41
<outofrange>
Great.
08:47* outofrange wonders if there's not a better way to login than using "expect"
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<mcfloppy_>
what is the clients default password?
08:50
<outofrange>
There is not one
08:51
<mcfloppy_>
hmmm
08:51
so ich must copy shadows?
08:52
<outofrange>
I just copied my password from the server's shadow to the chroot shadow for root and I can now log in as root on the clients.
08:52
<mcfloppy_>
hmm
08:52
my x dont start
08:52
a lot of work....
08:52
change from 4.2 to 5.0
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so.. the terminal is up ;)
08:55
i can logon
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<mcfloppy_>
i need help... my x dont start
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<outofrange>
Try running startx and look at /var/log/Xorg.0.log
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<mcfloppy_>
the mounted dir is not writable
09:24
when i run "Xorg" it write: (EE) AIGLX: Screen 0 is not DRI capable
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ok
09:25
now i can read the log file
09:26
ahhh
09:26
could not open default font fixed
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<outofrange>
I get lots of font file errors
09:28
<mcfloppy_>
but the fonts-base should be there ;)
09:28
i chroot and install
09:28
then retry
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<outofrange>
You can just apt-get install on the client to test, I suspect. Might save some debugging time.
09:30
<mcfloppy_>
hehe
09:30
now the xserver starts, but the tft says: "mode not suported"
09:30
<outofrange>
I also get lots of those. What kind of client?
09:31
<mcfloppy_>
dell optiplex
09:31
<outofrange>
Hum, you would think that it would detect the video card no problem. Do you have a lts.conf file setting modes?
09:32
<mcfloppy_>
no...
09:32
i config the xorg.conf
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<outofrange>
You have a custom xorg.conf or are you saying you will create one?
09:33
<mcfloppy_>
i've changed the original xorg.conf
09:42
outofrange which values are token? the lts.conf oder xorg?
09:44
<outofrange>
token?
09:44
taken?
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<mcfloppy_>
taken
09:45
yes
09:45
sorry... i am german and cant speek good english
09:46
<outofrange>
If xorg isn't starting in the client what I'd do is edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf to see what fixes it. Then if it's just a few parameter then add those to lts.conf. Otherwise, you can create a custom xorg.conf and set the X_CONF in lts.conf.
09:47
<mcfloppy_>
ok
09:47
but what can i do now?
09:47
<outofrange>
X is not starting?
09:47
Or did you fix that?
09:47
<mcfloppy_>
the tft prints: "mode is not supported, H 35,4KHZ V: 86.4HZ"
09:48
<outofrange>
Do you have that same type of machine running linux someplace -- where you to steal that working xorg.conf file?
09:48
<mcfloppy_>
no...
09:49
<outofrange>
Do you have a ModeLine in xorg.conf that is defining the unsupported mode?
09:50
Another option is to boot from a LiveCD and copy that xorg.conf someplace and use that.
09:50
<mcfloppy_>
i have no cd drive in the client
09:50
hmmm
09:50
damn
09:55
so... bad workaround ;)
09:55
export home=/var/log
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Xorg --configure
09:55
hrhr ;)
09:55
but the new configfile dont work
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<outofrange>
Same errors when starting X?
09:56
<mcfloppy_>
no
09:56
here the corepointer are wrong
09:57
ah
09:57
but the syncs are read out
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31.0 - 83.0
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and vor v: 50.0 - 75.0
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so reboot ;)
09:59
damn thing there
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<outofrange>
Shouldn't need to reboot if just testing xorg.conf changes.
10:00
<mcfloppy_>
i know
10:00
but i want to update all changes
10:01
<outofrange>
Oh. changes on the server?
10:01
<mcfloppy_>
no
10:01
i edit a wrong file ;)
10:01
<outofrange>
;)
10:01
<mcfloppy_>
the xorg conf on the client is untouched
10:02
but i dont understand
10:04
<outofrange>
what don't you understand?
10:05
<mcfloppy_>
i can do what i want with the /etc/X11/xorg.conf when i chroot'ed, on the client it stays the old
10:05
but when i touch ~root/test
10:05
then i can see directly test in ~ on the terminal
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<outofrange>
That's magic.
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<mcfloppy_>
lol
10:06
ok
10:06
but with the new v and hsync values x also do not start
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<outofrange>
The root file system is mounted read only. There's unionfs which allow having some files merged in from the ram disk. So you are looking at some files from the readonly mount and some from ram disk.
10:07
And there's Copy-on-Write, (I think) where when you write a file it goes to the ram disk.
10:07
Kind of nice setup.
10:07
But confusing.
10:08
So, my recommendation is boot the client and log in on F1. Then edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf until X starts no problem on the client. Then scp xorg.conf to /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/my_xorg.conf on the server.
10:09
Once there you have to run ltsp-update-image. That builds a new image that the client mounts and sees.
10:09
<mcfloppy_>
YES
10:09
it is up
10:09
i change the driver vesa to ati
10:09
ah ok i understand the magic
10:09
<outofrange>
You also then have to update lts.conf in you TFPT directory to say use that custom xorg.conf file.
10:09
TFTP, that is.
10:09
<mcfloppy_>
so reboot
10:10
<outofrange>
No
10:10
Well, after doing all the above you have to reboot the client to reload the root file system and lts.conf file.
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<mcfloppy_>
hmmm
10:11
where must i store the special xorg.conf to load trough ltsp.conf?
10:11
<outofrange>
Anywhere in your chroot. Then in your lts.conf you should be able to do X_CONF = /etc/my_xorg.conf
10:12
<mcfloppy_>
thx
10:12
i try if the lts.conf xconfig dont work
10:12
i try if the lts.conf xconfig dont work;)
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<outofrange>
Both.
10:12
<mcfloppy_>
ok
10:12
hmmm
10:12
<outofrange>
O
10:13
<mcfloppy_>
so it is rebootet.... now there is a black screen
10:13
<outofrange>
I'm looking for the script.
10:13
<mcfloppy_>
ok...
10:13
uuhhh why is this so slowly?
10:13
i must wait for a minute till the loginmanager is started
10:17
where can i define the default loginmanager?
10:18
<outofrange>
If you look at /opt/ltsp/i386/usr/lib/ltsp/ltsp_config you will see: X_CONF=${X_CONF:-"$XF86CONFIG_FILE"} So, either work.
10:19
<pablo_>
hi! im ive used amsn in my terminals but the new version hangs terminals during amsn start up. (it does not happen in the server). is there any reason for this slowdown in program startup?
10:20
is there a way to permanently renice amsn from startup?
10:21
ltsp is great i only need a good msn client for public machines and amsn is the only one has setting to work in such env
10:22
<outofrange>
It hangs for good or just slow starting?
10:22
<pablo_>
outofrange: only slow starting
10:22
then it works reasonably well
10:23
<outofrange>
I can't offer much help, but my two tools are run wireshark as root on the server (to see if it's hanging on some network call) and run strace on the client (which requires a login on the client).
10:23
<pablo_>
but at startup it slows down the terminal a lot! you cant even move the mouse cursor
10:23
<outofrange>
Oh, eating CPU?
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<mcfloppy_>
outofrange i dont understand.... the loginmanager starts, but which loginmanager is this?
10:25
i want gdm
10:25
<outofrange>
ldm
10:25
<mcfloppy_>
but i cant say which manager this is
10:25
how can i change?
10:25
<outofrange>
Why do you want to change?
10:29
<mcfloppy_>
cause the users want gdm
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<Q-FUNK>
did outofrange ever get sound working on his iMac G3?
10:48
<mcfloppy_>
hmm
10:49
can i use the old xdmcp system under ltsp5?
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<jammcq>
mcfloppy_: it's possible. But, if you don't use LDM, you won't get local devices or audio
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<mcfloppy123>
reh
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<jammcq>
mcfloppy123: did you see my comment on ldm ?
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<mcfloppy_>
how can i build my own kernel?
11:54
<jammcq>
there's some docs on the ubuntu wiki for doing that
11:54
but.... why would you want to? Is there something that the standard kernel doesn't give you?
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<mcfloppy_>
jammcq the standardkernel dont run on netvista n2200 thin clients
12:06
<jammcq>
is the n2200 the client that requires a 2.4 kernel?
12:06
<mcfloppy_>
yes
12:07
<jammcq>
well, that won't work with ltsp-5 then. ltsp-5 requires a 2.6 kernel
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<highvoltage>
sbalneav: howdy!
12:34
<jammcq>
highvoltage: howdie
12:35
<highvoltage>
hey jammcq
12:35
jammcq: I sent a message to ltsp-discuss but it didn't go through, could it be in moderation perhaps?
12:35
<jammcq>
I saw a message from you that went through
12:35
responding to the 'Real meat' ?
12:35
<highvoltage>
ah ok, perhaps my mail this side is just slow
12:35
yep, that's the one
12:35
<jammcq>
yeah, it went through
12:36
read it and enjoyed it
12:36
<highvoltage>
:-D
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<klausade>
anyone here using ltsp5 in a setting where it is desirable to delete the homedirs automatically when the user logs out, like in a library?
13:03
<jammcq>
hmm, I think a pam module can do that for you
13:07
<klausade>
jammcq:yes, I have pam creating the homedir when the user logs in again. my trouble right now is how to delete the homedir and users files in /tmp and /var/tmp, deleting the homedir requires write-access to the dir below (solved that with sudo).
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<Q-FUNK>
sounds like the kiosk mode
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<klausade>
jammcq: you saying that there is a pam module will delete the homedir upon logout?
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<Q-FUNK>
probably easier to delete before re-creating
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<jammcq>
klausade: I seem to remember there is such a module. I don't remember the name of it tho
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<Q-FUNK>
in the pam module used at session start
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<klausade>
jammcq: are you thinking about pam_script?
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<jammcq>
umm, could be. the k12osn guys prolly know much more about that
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ogra_cmpc: hey, you back home?
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<ogra_cmpc>
nope, sitting in the vip lounge at logan
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<jammcq>
I thought you were leaving on friday?
13:22* jammcq checks to see what day today is
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<ogra_cmpc>
its sat :)
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<mcfloppy123>
can i run a 2.4 kernel under ltsp5?
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<jammcq>
no
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<mcfloppy123>
jammcq why not?
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<jammcq>
because ltsp-5 requires udev
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<mcfloppy123>
hmm
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damn
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but why need this ibm thing the old kernel
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<jammcq>
I dunno. so far, nobody has been able to get it working with a 2.6 kerenl
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and LOTS of people have tried
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<mcfloppy123>
hmmm
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but what is so special?
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<jammcq>
I have no idea
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I don't have one
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<mcfloppy123>
CPU: Cyrix MediaGX MMX (233Mhz, i586)
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IDE-Controller: (Cyrix 5530)
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NIC: (SiS 900, 10/100 MBit)
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USB: (Compaq ZFMicro USB 1.0)
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Video: (Cyrix 5530 VGA 3MB)
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Sound: (Cyrix 5530)
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<jammcq>
laprag: hey
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<laprag>
Ho!
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<jammcq>
you back home now?
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<laprag>
Just back home
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<jammcq>
cool
15:01
good trip?
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<laprag>
You made it back ok?
15:01
Yes, good trip
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<jammcq>
yep, made it back tuesday evening
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<mcfloppy123>
jammcq do you mean it make a sense to start one more 2.6 kernel try?
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<laprag>
I saw vagrantc has made some progress on the debs
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<jammcq>
mcfloppy123: no, I don't mean that at all. if you wanna try it, go ahead. I'm just warning you that lots of people have tried
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<mcfloppy123>
well ok
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but it is my only chance or?
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<cliebow_>
mcfloppy123, sounds like a ntvista pos..
16:36
yep...it is...
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<astro_>
could someone please give me a hand with a problem i'm having getting my ltsp server running?
17:52
anyone there?
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<cliebow__>
pretty quiet here tonight
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<astro_>
yeah, i guess so
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<gombok>
st. martin is waiting
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anyone using really slow clients with ltsp?
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<astro_>
anyone around willing to help me with an nfs problem?
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<frazras>
Greetings, I am new at ltsp, i have been trying to use the dell gx110 as thin clients, however, the machines are failing to load the login screen, when i attempted to start gdm manually from the thin clients, i notice that gdm was not present, we tried it with other dell machines, and it worked right of the box, can anybody help me with this problem.
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<BGomes>
sbalneav: hi
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<BGomes>
hersonls: hi
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<hersonls>
eae
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hi
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<BGomes>
jammcq: u are here?
22:36
whais is ipconfig in initrd ?
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<IRCZito>
sbalneav: god night...
22:39
jammcq: helo
22:42
I an BGomes are Brazilian guys in the FISL work in LTSP5 for Slackware
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<jammcq>
hey
22:43
hello IRCZito and BGomes
22:43
<BGomes>
jammcq: hello
22:43
<IRCZito>
we need help
22:44
on initrd of the ubuntu have /bin/ipconfig
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<jammcq>
hmm, I don't know how much I can help you. Scott, Ogra, Vagrantc and otavio did most of the work
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<BGomes>
jammcq: Now us have new user working in ltsp "hersonls"
22:45
<jammcq>
cool
22:45
<hersonls>
jammcq, hi!
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<hersonl2>
ls
22:46
<jammcq>
hey hersonl2
22:46
<IRCZito>
jammcq: we work to try show somthing about Ltsp5 and Slackware on next FISL
22:47
<jammcq>
oh, that would be excellent
22:47
many of us will be at FISL-9
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<BGomes>
jammcq: we can use ltsp-manager on ubuntu 7.10 ?
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<jammcq>
umm, 7.10 has tcm (Thin Client Manager)
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<hersonl2>
in the next year, i be there
22:49
<BGomes>
jammcq: I am use ubuntu 7.10 to do some test with ltsp5 but I dont use ltsp-manager
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<IRCZito>
vagrantc: could you give a hand
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<BGomes>
jammcq: I see thin client manager, but in fisl u show gtk interface for configure all service of ltsp... I can see this
22:50
<vagrantc>
IRCZito: only if you give me useful information :P
22:51
<jammcq>
yeah, that wasn't complete yet.
22:51
ogra is working on that
22:51
<IRCZito>
we are work in ltsp5 and Slackware (me BGome and hersonls)
22:51
and now we have a doubt
22:51
<BGomes>
jammcq: what is the binary in ubuntu to run this?
22:51
<jammcq>
BGomes: sorry, I don't know
22:52
ogra is the guy, and he's sleeping right now
22:53
<IRCZito>
vagrantc: do you know how /bin/ipconfig on initrd work?
22:53
<vagrantc>
IRCZito: and this doubt is ... ?
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<vagrantc>
IRCZito: it just makes a DHCP request and sets some variables in a file
22:53
<IRCZito>
vagrantc: sory the delay, my englhis is so bad
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<BGomes>
jammcq: I dont sleep for many hours working in ltsp5 + slackware with IRCZito and hersonls, I can wait ogra wake up
22:54
<IRCZito>
vagrantc: ok, but where i can found the source of this?
22:55
vagrantc: because whe work now in initrd for Slackware :D
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<vagrantc>
IRCZito: it's part of klibc
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<vagrantc>
IRCZito: http://packages.qa.debian.org/k/klibc.html
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IRCZito: i don't know where upstream is off the top of my head, but surely you could find it in the source tarball
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<IRCZito>
vagrantc: thanks, i will search is on google :D
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<BGomes>
vagrantc: in bzr have ltsp-YOUR-DISTRO, there are all features in this source?
23:34
<frazras>
Greetings, I am new at ltsp, i have been trying to use the dell gx110 as thin clients, however, the machines are failing to load the login screen, when i attempted to start gdm manually from the thin clients, i notice that gdm was not present, we tried it with other dell machines, and it worked right of the box, can anybody help me with this problem.
23:35
<vagrantc>
BGomes: i don't understand your question ...
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<BGomes>
BGomes: if all script is update, us can use this in slackware, or have new source in ubuntu scripts?
23:37
<frazras>
when the gx110s boot up - passes the boot process -the cursor at the top left hand part of the sceen just blinks,
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<BGomes>
vagrantc: : if all script is update, us can use this in slackware, or have new source in ubuntu scripts?
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<frazras>
lol, the room was buzzing with activity but as soon as I posted ...complete silence
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<BGomes_>
vagrantc: can I use script in ltsp-YOUR-DISTRO or have more functions on ubuntu version of this scripts?
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<vagrantc>
BGomes_: YOUR-DISTRO could be replaced with anything ...
23:57
BGomes_: ubuntu is not really upstream, even though they've sort of been leading the way in many respects for the last two years
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BGomes_: are you referring to a specific wiki page?