IRC chat logs for #ltsp on irc.freenode.net (webchat)


Channel log from 30 August 2008   (all times are UTC)

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<jpdrawneek>
is Vagrant Cascadian about?
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<johnny>
no
06:33
it's like 4:30am where he is
06:33
UGGH APACHE DIE
06:33
why won't you restart :(
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<jpdrawneek>
k - and wheres that?
06:33
<johnny>
portland,or
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<jpdrawneek>
k - need some help with local app permissions, can some one tell him I be back about 12am GMT
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<johnny>
he might not be here then
06:39
err by then
06:39
he's unpredictable :)
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<jpdrawneek>
tell him I am around etc...
06:39
need to get access to serial ports by next week
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<petre>
can anyone tell me where I can change the default permissions for /dev/fuse?
08:20
I seem to recall that it's a udev rule somewhere
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<petre>
The current default is 600, and I want to make it 660
08:21
otherwise, local devices don't work for users after a reboot, until I change the permissions on /dev/fuse
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<moldy_>
hi
09:55
i am using the "guest" login feature and have one account that cannot login
09:55
logging in via plain ssh does work using that account
09:55
i already tried deleting and recreating the account and its home dir
09:55
any ideas?
10:01
ahh, got it: quota exceeded
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<Nubae>
so, I've found what I believe to be the latest version of Edubuntu handbook (it says for Gutsy Gibbon) can I confirm this to be true?
11:03
This will be the starting base for a ltsp handbook with ubuntu bits in it, as opposed to the now totally illogical and confusing 'edubuntu' handbook
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<johnny>
now.. i wonder why my sound doesn't work yet..
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<johnny>
anybody have a problem with the modem snd_intel_8x0m ? device on ltsp ?
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<warren>
why are you using snd_intel_8x0m? isn't that only for the modem?
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<stgraber>
Nubae: the most recent release of the handbook is IIRC the one that gets installed on your system
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Nubae: in the edubuntu-docs package
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<johnny>
warren, yes silly boy :)
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it's being loaded by udev i guess
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hmm.. guess that wasn't the only problem..
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<mistik1>
jammcq: hey man
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jammcq: Are you still running the imaps over there, if so i've not been able to get access to that account in maybe 8 months or more
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<jammcq>
mistik1: hey, no, I haven't had that server running since last november
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<mistik1>
no wonder :)
16:05
so bigboy is not more, eh?
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<Fisher>
Hello! I have some dubts about ltsp. Will the last version work on 486 based computers? I tryed the ubuntu option and ended up with a kernel panic, on an older version of ltsp this client worked fine.
19:04
<Ryan52>
Fisher: did you use the 486 kernel?
19:05
<Fisher>
I tried with the --arch i386 option
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on the ltsp-build-client command
19:06
<Ryan52>
that's the architecture. there are 686 and 486 kernels.
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<Fisher>
The server is a x86 64
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<Ryan52>
that's irelavant. what I'm asking is which kernel are you using for the client? Is there any --help/man for ltsp-build-client that tells you how to choose? (or is there even a way to allow that...)
19:08
<Fisher>
I tried the old version of ltsp and cannot connect trhough xdmcp. All I got is a gray screen with an x
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I just used this quick start: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/LTSPQuickInstall#Installing%20on%20top%20of%20an%20already%20running%20desktop%20system
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<Ryan52>
1 sec...
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it looks like ltsp defaults to the 486 kernel...
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what does the kernel panic say? have you looked to see if there are any kernel bugs like it?
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<Fisher>
I don't remember...
19:14
maybe I should enter the channel agin on monday, when I'll be in front of the machine at my job
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<Ryan52>
you might want to try in #ubuntu (once you have the error message), since it is likely not LTSP specific.
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<Fisher>
one other thing I would like to know... why does the older ltsp do not connect to xdmcp... looks like an ubunt fail too...
19:18
thanks for the attention... looks like it is time for me to rest for a while... I so tired!!!
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<petre>
evening all
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Can anyone tell me where I would change the default permissions for /dev/fuse?
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I seem to recall it's some sort of udev rule
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<warren>
jammcq: when is the next hackfest proposed?
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jammcq: early November I heard here on the channel?
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jammcq: November 2nd general election, might be a bad idea.
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jammcq: actually, having trouble finding hte date online
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jammcq: oh, November 4th
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<johnny>
actually it doesn't default in ubuntu
20:26
the default in hardy is whatever the server arch is
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so you have to specific i386
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<Ryan52>
I was talking about 686 vs 486. not i386 vs amd64.
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<johnny>
oh..
20:27
there's no way to choose anything buth amd64 or i386
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guess you'd have to look at the config file shipped
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<johnny>
so close..
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<jammcq>
warren: yeah, Nov 4th is the travel day, for folks to get there.
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<warren>
jammcq: isn't that bad given general election?
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<jammcq>
the election is the 2nd, how could that possibly be bad?
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<warren>
jammcq: November 4th
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<jammcq>
oops
21:11
no, hackfest is the 6th
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sorry
21:11
election is the 4th
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<johnny>
if i come, i'd have to leave early on the 8th.
21:12
i think it is the 8th..
21:12
hopefully not the 7th.
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<jammcq>
johnny: oh? you'd miss the big lobster dinner on saturday nite
21:12
<johnny>
not that interested in the lobster
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<warren>
jammcq: please don't have another eating contest.
21:12
<jammcq>
there'd be no point in leaving early on the 7th
21:13
warren: heh, my lobster eating contest is behind me
21:13
<johnny>
well i need to back and find when our red and black ball is
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<jammcq>
I promise to behave a bit better this year
21:14
<johnny>
movie time
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<cmoo92>
I installed LTSP on Ubuntu, under the gnome interface. I would like to change that and default it to KDE. How do I rebuild the thinclient image with this configuration?
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<johnny>
it comes from the server, not the client
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so the standard way of doing that for ubuntu will take care of it
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<cmoo92>
k. Is there a way that when each user logs in for the first time, that they don't get the KDE personalization wizard?
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<johnny>
i'm sure there is plenty of information aobut that
22:20
i personally have no idea.. never switched from gnome
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<cmoo92>
ok
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have you messed with locking down gnome much?
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right now, the school is using KDE's Kiosk Admin tool
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but I would rather stick with gnome if possible
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i know there are some a couple apps for it, but they don't seem to do exactly what i want
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<johnny>
cmoo92, there's an app called sabayon for gnome, but it really could use some help
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i work on it when i have time.. but i've been worrying about gentoo ltsp first
23:02
<cmoo92>
johnny: yea. I've been messing with it. It's a really cool idea, but it is buggy.
23:03
<johnny>
yeah.. but it might not be that hard to solve.. i'm still learning python atm
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i've committed some fixes on it
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mostly collecting patches from other bugzillas, i'm actually going to go back over some of them