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is there a package for student control manager for debian?? if not, where can I get the sources ?
i have heard of a thing called controlaula, not sure if it supports thin clients yet
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timezone on my clients is set to UTC but i'm in UTC+1. is that a known problem?
interesting. it's supposed to be working. that plugin must be failing.
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035-copy-timezone is indeed working, eg it copies /etc/timezone. it looks like /etc/localtime is not updated, though
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artista_frustrad, check italc?
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hi all. I just installed edubuntu and got DHCP working...
now when I boot the thin client, it doesn't get the file to boot...
i configured DHCP with webmin... ideas? :)
you prolly shouldn't have, afaik you adjust the one in /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf which is prolly not the one webmin edits
maybe you should pastebin your dhcpd config
what he said ;)
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actually, it did edit that one
hold on, the server is on a network with no internet, i'll pastein it though
that looks like the default config
cause i didn't change example.org? :)
heh, no because the IP range is still the same :)
it may be near default. the settings work though
right. those are my optimal settings
so, where exactly does it fail to boot?
when the thin client tries to boot.. it says...
tftp error - file not found
what file does it try to download?
thats what im trying to figure out too ;)
don't know where that is configured and all
no ideas? :)
i would assume the files in the dhcpd.conf
which do not exist on my install.
if i locate the pxelinux.0
I get 3 different paths
can't find a nbi.img anywhere
are your clients amd64 ?
the server is
then having an amd64 chroot won't work
is that a problem? (i know the clients can;t be 64..."
you need ltsp-build-client -a i36
invalid option -- a
try --arch ?
if not.. read the man page
i don't remember the name otherwise
-- dist maybe?
it's been 4 months
since i've set mine up
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it was --arch :)
delete your amd64 dirs
under /opt/ltsp and /var/lib/tftpboot
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setting up internet on the server so it can get the i386 files
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hello, when managing two ltsp servers that are load balanced via dhcp, how are y'all dealing with the appropriate right for say "teachers" versus students. Im using edubuntu 7.10
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ok, today's python question ... i just need a fairly basic regex match against a filename ...
in shell, i've had good luck with: egrep [^0-9a-zA-Z_\-]*$
the help on the "re" module in python is not particularly informative
the equivalent of that egrep regex ...
but what are you actually tring to get
i think there might be a simpler way
i have a string, and i want to figure out if it matches the regex.
than using a regex
tell me what you want the regex to match
i'm trying to implement run-parts in python, and want to match it's rules for valid filenames
the english equivalent to what i'm trying to match is "the names must consist entirely of upper and lower case letters, digits, underscores, and hyphens"
so i have a list of filenames, and i want to see if each of them matches that rule
is that sufficient context?
why reimplement in python?
warren: because *some distros* don't have a decent run-parts implementation :P
i'm trying to do this so it's distro-independent ... it can't be that difficult.
I mean, is this really necessary given the hack that is in functions now?
all i need is to match a filename against a regex
warren: i'm trying to implement it in ltspfsmounter, which is written in python
warren: so a shell function isn't particularly useful.
regex in python is so absolutely alien to me.
ah, ok... i think i've found what i need
hrm... gah this is complicated.
there's got to be a simpler regex library for python
ok, i'm getting the swing of it ...
what i don't understand, is why x.match('foo.bar') ... matches
match is only the beginning of a string
maybe the ^ is not needed then...
don't know if i should use * or +
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well, still unsure on * or + ... both seem to behave properly.
i think * ... as someone could actually include a file that's only a single character ...
does fnmatch not do enough?
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johnny: i've gotten it working with re.compile ... but if you've got something better, by all means ...
johnny: you're acting as though i have a clue with python :P
oh.. well the thing is
i'm just guessing
i'm still learning python myself
having no idea what fnmatch is, where it's from, etc., i cannot compare it to re :)
web search python fnmatch ?
i'm heading down to where my ltsp install is, i'll be back online in 20
oh, that looks much simpler.
actually, too simple ...
doesn't seem to support ^ or $ ... or "any number of additional matches"
i'll stick with "re" ... it wasn't too bad ... just frustrating to figure out how it worked.
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sup vagrantc did i miss anything?
johnny: other than: 14:24 -!- Egyptian[Home] [n=Egyptian@188.8.131.52] has quit [Connection timed out]
although, seconds ago i re-worked the patch i had to add icons on the KDE desktop to be used with the new ltspfs hooks i implemented last night
so did fnmatch work for you?
johnny: no, it was missing things like ^ and $ for beginning and end of line, as well as "match any number of FOO"
"re" is working for me.
just was really confusing as to how to use it, at first.
hmm.. i should really follow what you guys are doing outside of here
klausade: so, i just re-worked your patch for KDE desktop icons to work with ltspfs's hook system that i just wrote.
klausade: hope to include it in a new upload soon.
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finally got internet working and am ltsp-client-build --arch i386
its downloading the whole internet. :)
you can set how much of the internet it downloads with --internet-percentage
for a minute i was going to check --extra-help...
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anyone have first hand knowledge of installing x11vnc on the thin clients so i can look at them via the thin client manager?
looking at a tutorial, but it seems to be made for people who are using a 386 server :)
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talntid, check italc
gotta compile from sources it seems
is that what you use?
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talntid, uhmm. i don't know anything about it.. except that is is replacing the current student control panel
in ubuntu hardy
since the current app is unmaintained
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Can anyone tell me how to get around the problem of having multiple PXE boot servers on the same network?
I use my existing server for software deployment services.....
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