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Channel log from 20 November 2008   (all times are UTC)

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<gert_vdr>
Hi All, I need some help with sound. I'm using a e-box 2500 thin client. When I boot with puppy linux, sound is ok, sound module loaded is snd-hda-intel.ko. However if i specify this module in lts.conf and boot as thin client, there's no sound.
03:27
Accepting connections on port 16001. But I cannot telnet on this port: Connection refused
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dev/dsp no such file or directory
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I'm using K12LTSP CentOS
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<gert_vdr>
Hi guys, Can anyone help me with the sound module for ebox 2500? Sound is ok when I boot puppy linux. lsmod shows me snd-hda-intel is the sound module. However if I boot as thin client, and specify SMODULE_01="snd-hda-intel", Sound does not work. I get these error messages: /dev/dsp no such file or device. Accepting connections on 16001 but I cannot telnet on this port. I am using K12LTSP on CentOS kernel 2.6.18
03:51
<Appiah>
gert_vdr: just checking , you did put SOUND=True in lts.conf right?
03:51
<gert_vdr>
yes I did, sound also works with other thin clients
03:51
<Appiah>
tried SSH to the client? or setting SHELL in lts.conf
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<gert_vdr>
shell in lts.conf
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<johnny>
that's ltsp 4 huh?
03:52
or what?
03:52
<gert_vdr>
yes
03:52
<Appiah>
oh
03:52
<gert_vdr>
sound daemon esd
03:52
<johnny>
yeah.. i only mess with ltsp5
03:52
<Appiah>
same here >_>
03:52
<gert_vdr>
ltsp 4.2 i Think
03:53
ltsp 5 is not available on CentOS
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<johnny>
gert_vdr, it will be for rhel. and htus eventually for centos
04:00
perhaps even now
04:00
if you have the right centos version
04:00
i have no idea tho
04:00
i use ubuntu for my ltsp install
04:00
altho fedora 10 on this laptop..
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<gert_vdr>
Ok but that doesn't help me at this moment. I need to deliver the clients by friday in a school with sound working
04:00
I have the lat
04:00
I have the latest centos
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no ltsp 5
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<johnny>
well.. sorry
04:01
there are few ltsp 4 users
04:01
to help
04:01
perhaps post to the list?
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<gert_vdr>
I will, thanks anyway..
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<ninou>
hi
07:50
how can i disable DPMS option in clients xorg.conf file
07:51
<nubae>
ninou: edit the client's xorg.conf file
07:52
well first set a xorg.conf file using X_CONF=/path/to/xorg.conf
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<nubae>
also turn CONFIGURE_X=True
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<ogra>
then you can also use X_MONITOR_OPTION_(0-9)
07:54
<vvinet>
Is it possible to dynamically change what applications are available to a thin client?
07:54
<nubae>
dynamically change?
07:54
<ogra>
on a thin client ?
07:55
<vvinet>
question badly asked, let me rephrase
07:55
<ogra>
session -> server (ergo, apps = server)
07:56
<vvinet>
for example, a teacher has a class with students. The students have terminals, but are "locked out" of doing anything too distracting
07:56
<nubae>
ogra: u should put that in your .sig :-)
07:56
<vvinet>
then the teacher can allow everyone to access, for instance, firefox so they can browse for something
07:56
<nubae>
u neet italc
07:56
<ogra>
heh
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<vvinet>
oh my bad :P
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<vvinet>
I guess I should have asked in italc ;)
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<nubae>
s/neet/need
07:57
no if u are using ltsp with italc look here: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/
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<vvinet>
thanks
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<ogra>
jrock2004, and many of the upstream devs run ubuntu ltsp :)
08:00
<chrisinajar>
so one of our clients just had all their servers go insane... it seemed that whatever activity a certain lab was doing made open office Calc go completely insane and use 100% of the cpu... Has anyone had something similar happen, or have any insights on how to make open office behave?
08:00
<jrock2004>
when you do a new install and select ltsp server, is there a way to specify what installs?
08:01
<nubae>
chrisinajar: tried OOo 3?
08:01
<ogra>
jrock2004, it will only install the default ltsp client
08:02
<chrisinajar>
nubae: nope, i believe they're using 2.4...
08:02
<nubae>
3 might fix things
08:02
_might_
08:02
<chrisinajar>
nubae: does 3 have better resource management or something?
08:02
ah.
08:02
<nubae>
it should, as there were many complaints about that
08:02
<jrock2004>
ogra: well what I did on an existing ubuntu install was I install the ltsp server
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<chrisinajar>
Well, the other problem that contributes to it is that their nfs server is terrible
08:02
so it makes wait skyrocket sometimes
08:02
<jrock2004>
ogra: when I built the image it had everything my server had
08:02
<chrisinajar>
which apparently affects open office much much worse than others
08:03
<nubae>
you use nfs to serve images?
08:03
<jrock2004>
ogra: I really only need fluxbox and firefox
08:03
<ogra>
jrock2004, the session runs on the server desktop
08:03
<chrisinajar>
nubae: no, it's for their home directories..
08:03
<ogra>
so indeed you get everything the server has installed
08:03
<nubae>
oh, yeah, hard to get around then
08:04
<jrock2004>
ogra: so would I need to uninstall on the server all the thing I do not want in the thin client image?
08:04
<ogra>
right
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<jrock2004>
ogra: well I guess I have some work to do then
08:04
<ogra>
by default it installs ubuntu-desktop and this is available ... if you ant to tweak, remove the apps
08:05
if you can make fluxbox ignore the apps, install fluxbox, create a cut down menu for it and create ~/.xsession files that just execute fluxbox
08:05
<nubae>
or what looks awsome is lxlauncher
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<ogra>
thats probably the easiest way
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<jrock2004>
ogra: will those other apps still use resources?
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<ogra>
they dont run, so no
08:07
all you need to make sure is that your users cant launch them
08:07
that saves you the uninstall :)
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<ogra>
so locking down fluxbox should suffice
08:08
and then creat ~/.xsession or a system session alternative
08:09
<jrock2004>
ogra: will I have to create an xsession for every user?
08:09
<ogra>
yes, unless you create a x-session-manager system alternative
08:09
pointing to a fluxbox startup script
08:10
<jrock2004>
ogra: would that be tuff to do?
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<ogra>
read man update-alternatives
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especially the install part
08:11
create a script for fluxbox and make that the alternative for x-session-manager
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then run sudo update-alternatives --config x-session-manager and make your new script the default
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<nubae>
might need --exit-with-session in there too
08:12
<jrock2004>
ogra: so would I create a script that says exec fluxbox & then run the command you listed and point to that script?
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<nubae>
I needed that in sugar to end processes after logout
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<ogra>
similar, right, dont background what you want to run as session though (drop the &)
08:14
<jrock2004>
how can I run as session?
08:14
could I point to /usr/share/xsessions/fluxbox.deskto
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<ogra>
you could just point to /usr7bin/fluxbox i guess
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<jrock2004>
when I do the update command I get that there is only 1 program that provides x-session
08:19
<ogra>
you need the install runes first
08:20
<jrock2004>
what is runes
08:20
<ogra>
man update-alternatives
08:20
read up about how to install a new alternative
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then config will work
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<jrock2004>
gotcha
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<nubae>
jrock2004: when u successfully finish this, would be neat to write something up at the ltsp wiki: help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP
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<jammcq>
Good morning #ltsp
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<jrock2004>
ok I will see if I can get it to work :)
08:28
<Q-FUNK>
Good eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevening vietnam!
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<Gadi>
hey, guys
08:50
what waas the convention in the commit message if we add a new lts.conf var?
08:50* Gadi wants to push some code for DPMS/Blanking interval
08:50
<ogra>
did we have one ?
08:50
<Gadi>
adds X_BLANKING
08:51* ogra only remembers something for packaging
08:51
<Gadi>
ah
08:51
<ogra>
Gadi, you are aware of X_MOBNITOR_OPTIONS_0-9, right ?
08:51* Gadi thought he saw a conversation about it
08:51
<Gadi>
ogra: this will obviate the need for xorg.conf
08:51
<ogra>
we should probably just adapt it
08:51
<Gadi>
does an xset in xinitrc.d/
08:52* Gadi is trying to eliminate configure-x.sh
08:52
<Gadi>
for most things
08:52
<ogra>
xset ?
08:52
how about xrandr instead :)
08:52
<Gadi>
xset s off
08:52
xset -dpms
08:53
that sort of thing
08:53
<sbalneav>
Gadi: If you add something new, either update lts.conf.xml in the ltsp-docs-trunk package, or send me an email so I can.
08:53
Morning all
08:53
I'm not really here
08:53
I'm a figment.
08:53
<Gadi>
ok, figment
08:53
:)
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<rjune>
!g
08:55
<ltspbot>
rjune: "g" is Gadi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
08:55
<rjune>
ogra: am I likely to be shot down quickly?
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<ogra>
no idea
08:56
<rjune>
me neither
08:57
<ogra>
but i think david puts much focus on ARM knowledge
08:57
<rjune>
that would make sense
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<Gadi>
hey, rjune
09:00
stgraber: ping
09:04
cool! I see the code to pass X_COLOR_DEPTH as a server arg is already in there!
09:04
<ogra>
thats upstream, no ?
09:04
<Gadi>
yeah
09:05* Gadi sees that it is *also* in configure-x.sh
09:05
<rjune>
Gadi: what's new?
09:05
<Gadi>
snow
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<rjune>
that's not new
09:06
<Gadi>
it is round these parts
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<ogra>
round snow ?
09:10
thats surely new
09:10
<Gadi>
heh - that's 'round
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<stgraber>
Gadi: pong
09:11
<Gadi>
ah, stgraber!
09:11
so, I want to implement the X_BLANKING dpms stuff we discussed in Maine
09:11
and in looking at my current code
09:11
I set the blanking interval with: xset s ${X_BLANKING}
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which basically makes the screensaver blanking kick in
09:12
which works fine
09:12
but, I wonder if putting the monitor into dpms suspend/standy is better?
09:12
*standby
09:12
as it would really be a power-savings versus a blanking
09:12
or should they be separate options?
09:13
any thoughts?
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<stgraber>
putting it in suspend/standby makes more sense, just blanking it isn't really usefull
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<Gadi>
well, dpms only works if the monitor supports it
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whereas blanking always works
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<stgraber>
can we do both with the same value ?
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<ogra>
X_BLANK/X_STANDBY
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<Gadi>
well, I just set both to the same value
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but I cannot tell which kicked in ;)
09:18
<ogra>
please dont set either by default
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<Gadi>
of course not
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<ogra>
else you will collide with g-p-m
09:18
<Gadi>
we'll let X default to whatever it does
09:18
<ogra>
right
09:18
<Gadi>
g-p-m will certainly override any setting anyway
09:18
<ninou>
i specify LDM_SESSION=my_session in [default], but i want to the default value of this option in [my_host] LIKE=default, how can i do that ?
09:19
<ogra>
huh ?
09:19
if its default it will be used by my_host anyway
09:19
defult sets global stuff
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<ninou>
what is the default value of LDM_SESSION if not specified ?
09:20
<ogra>
whatever the server uses as session
09:20
it will just execute "Xsession default" on the server on login
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<stgraber>
ogra: btw, I subscribed you to some ltsp spec at uds-jaunty, do you see anything not covered by the current specs ?
09:21
<ogra>
yeah, saw that
09:21
i didnt have the time to read them yet though
09:21
we need a new way to handle acpid btw
09:21
not sure you saw my last upload
09:22
<stgraber>
that's mainly a LP placeholder, no associated wiki page. Just to get that scheduled :)
09:22
ogra: no, what was it ?
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<ogra>
you cant use architecture selectors in binary despends
09:22
so acpid [i386 amd64] never worked
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(well, for arch all packages you cant)
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<stgraber>
ah right, that's why it broke when installing on cliebow's ppc at the hackfest
09:23
can't we just recommend it instead of depending ?
09:23
<ogra>
yeah
09:23
we dont install recommends (see the apt options)
09:23
<stgraber>
ah but we then have --no-install-recommends so that won't work
09:23
<ogra>
right
09:23
<stgraber>
yeah, just thought of that :)
09:23
<ogra>
i would say a plugin could help
09:24
checking the arch and adding it to EARLY_PACKAGES
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where appropriate
09:24
<stgraber>
yeah
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<ogra>
its on the CD anyway so we shouldnt run into probs with that
09:24
<stgraber>
do we really need acpid by the way ?
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<ogra>
yes, for proper sutdown
09:25
*shutdown
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<stgraber>
hmm, do we need the acpi daemon to run to get an acpi shutdown ? isn't that a kernel thing ?
09:26
<ogra>
well, Gadi poked me about adding it quite a while ago
09:26
pre gutsy iirc
09:26
<Gadi>
acpid listens to acpi requests made from BIOS to kernel
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<ogra>
my clients all shut down propely with ot without it
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<Gadi>
and acts upon them
09:26
kernel by itself just registers events
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<stgraber>
Gadi: so that's to handle the acpi buttons events ? or is that also used to trigger the poweroff
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<Gadi>
by default, the only event included in acpid is the shutdown event on power button press
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<ogra>
stgraber, btw we should really do telinit calls from ldm
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to initiate the shutdown/reboot processes
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<Gadi>
ogra: if you remove acpid in your intrepid chroot and press the power button on the thin client it initiates a shutdown call?
09:31
or just instant off?
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<cliebow>
stgraber:as an aside..that powerpc worked fine Mon after bts..turned it off..back on..and now get neither mouse nor keyboard..no ttys..i did boot with something else and poked around the hd's os but didnt know what to look for..i see no errors on boot that imply hal or udev is borked
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<stgraber>
ogra: indeed
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<ninou>
i put Option "DPMS" "Off" in my xorg.conf and i still have DPMS enabled in 'xset q', is there a 'xset +dpms' somewhere ?
09:41
<stgraber>
warren, ogra: Saw my mail to ltsp-devel ?
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<Gadi>
ninou: are you sure your session is not setting it?
09:45
ie, some screensaver running
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or power manager
09:46
if you are on Linux, you can always handle it in your session startup script, too
09:46
just add an xset -dpms
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<ogra>
stgraber, fine with me from upstream POV, what about dependencies for ubuntu, does it add any ?
09:48
(CD space is an issue)
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<Gadi>
stgraber: you'll call the getltscfg-cluster from screen_session, right? so you can change the screen script that is run on the fly?
09:50* Gadi wonders if there are security implications with some of the methods used to push/pull info
09:53
<ninou>
Gadi: strange because my session is LDM_SESSION=/usr/bin/xterm
09:53
<Gadi>
ah, hehe
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<ninou>
is there a xset in ldm ?
09:55
<Gadi>
shouldnt be
09:55
you can add one
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if you like
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as an rc.d script
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<stgraber>
ogra: nope it won't add anything (maybe italc but that's something I want to add in ltsp anyway)
10:01
<ogra>
doesnt work
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<ogra>
you would pull QT on the CD
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<stgraber>
Gadi: yeah, I'll probably move that call to screen_session instead of ltsp_config
10:03
ogra: hmm, right. It'll be a recommend then so won't install but will still be mentioned in the package.
10:03
<ogra>
if we add an acpid plugin we can as well have a italc plugin, that checks if its a CD install :)
10:03
or has a comline option
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<stgraber>
I can also just apt-get install it when using the --ltsp-cluster option
10:04
but it should be it's own plugin as it's not specific to ltsp-cluster
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<Blinny>
I've run into one issue w/ iTalc on a multiple-subnet multiple-NIC setup
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<Q-FUNK>
fgiraldeau: could you respond to launchpad bug #131675 and confirm whether the bug still applies?
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<Blinny>
It's trying to connect to port 10??? on 127.0.0.1 instead of 10??? on LDM_SERVER
10:19
Wait. That doesn't make sense.
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<Blinny>
192.168.1.15 and 192.168.0.15 try to start the ISD-server on the same port (10015)
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<stgraber>
Q-FUNK: our Geode are still completely broken but we have another bug report for that
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<stgraber>
Q-FUNK: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-geode/+bug/270912 and another bug in usplash (basically if usplash is running you won't get X to start)
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<Gadi>
!doco
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<ltspbot>
Gadi: "doco" is you can find the link to the latest, and most current upstream documentation at: http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LtspDocumentationUpstream
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<Q-FUNK>
stgraber: come again?
10:41
right. usplash is a generally borken piece of shit anyway. it keeps on messing my vcons even on bog standard laptops and desktops.
10:42
here, on thincans, X starts alright on LTSP
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<Q-FUNK>
but I generally consider myself lucky if X and vcons work at all, on LTSP and on normal desktops/laptops
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10:54* ogra has never had any issues with either ... as long as he didnt fiddle with any defaults
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<chrisinajar>
so I just now had ltspfsd break and stop receiving incoming connections... i had to manually restart it... any ideas on what would cause that to happen, or has anyone else witnessed that behavior?
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<Guest98791>
not me..
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<fgiraldeau>
Q-FUNK: I will see for the geode bug, there are some chipsets that still not work
12:05
Think that it's the National Semiconductor GX2 that is still doesn't work well
12:05
<Gadi>
fgiraldeau: what issues do you see?
12:05
is it just usplash?
12:06
<fgiraldeau>
usplash, yes, also screen autodetect
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<ogra>
fgiraldeau, the nsc driver was dropped upstream, there is no driver for it anymore afaik
12:06
<fgiraldeau>
Xv, but not sure
12:06
<Gadi>
try setting the device option: NoPanel true
12:06
<fgiraldeau>
Ok
12:06
<Gadi>
in lts.conf: X_OPTION_01 = "\"NoPanel\" \"true\""
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<Gadi>
ogra: geode supports GX2
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<ogra>
the natsemi version ?
12:07
<warren>
but X server doesn't autodetect GX2 -> geode without xorg.conf
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<fgiraldeau>
I will verify with graber for the issues we had
12:07
<warren>
ogra: natsemi is GX1 or GX2?
12:07
<Gadi>
fgiraldeau: make sure to specify geode driver
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<ogra>
warren, right
12:08
<Gadi>
GX2 is GX2
12:08
<ogra>
in any case ?
12:08
<fgiraldeau>
Ok, I'm going to a meeting, see you later guys
12:08
<Gadi>
natsemi was bought by amd
12:08
thats why there were overlaps in the driver PCI_IDs
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<Gadi>
but the geode driver supports GX and LX
12:09
(also known as GX3)
12:09
<fgiraldeau>
ok
12:09
<Gadi>
it does not support older nsc chipsets
12:09
<fgiraldeau>
good to know
12:09
<Q-FUNK>
and now that CosmicPenguin was laid off AMD, I'm not sure we'll ever get the fully merged driver we had penciled into the roadmap
12:09
<warren>
he was laid off?
12:10
<Q-FUNK>
random attrition
12:10
the whole Geode team was cut loose
12:10
<warren>
Jordan might have been useful for their radeon driver efforts
12:11
<Q-FUNK>
yup, but afaik the ATI division had their own guys
12:11
he was currently working on K8
12:11
<warren>
good thing we got the geode list public before he got canned
12:11* ogra grins about (Ubuntu lenny) on the mailinglist
12:11
<Q-FUNK>
him and Marc Jones are up for grab. both fairly well-versed in Coreboot, kernel and X driver coding
12:11
Ubuntu Lenny :D
12:12
Debian Jaunty too?
12:13
marcj and CosmicPenguin on freenode
12:14
other guys were working on technical sales and on BIOS coding. also laid off.
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<Q-FUNK>
Geode as a chipset is guraranteed avialable until 2012 but, as of now, essentialy unsupported
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12:34
<_UsUrPeR_>
warren: in Fedora, you had said earlier that access to a user's /home/ dir on the server should be working in ltsp 5. If it's not at the moment, where is the first place I should be looking?
12:35
warren: that's client access to a user's /home/ dir on the server, btw
12:35
<warren>
it should mount /home/$username from the server to the client
12:35
using sshfs
12:35
I haven't seen it fail on F9+
12:36
<_UsUrPeR_>
ok. and sshfs is installed with ltsp-server?
12:37
that rpm is fuse-sshfs , right?
12:38
<Gadi>
_UsUrPeR_: it should be in the chroot
12:38
<_UsUrPeR_>
rgr. I am seeing it.
12:38
hmm
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<Gadi>
if you have LOCAL_APPS enabled in lts.conf, it should mount upon login
12:40
<_UsUrPeR_>
ok
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<hesco>
I'm discussing with a cyber-cafe operator migrating his mswin individual desktop based operation to an ltsp based shop. Can anyone here please recommend an application to serve as a replacement for their http://www.timewatcher.de tool which handles terminal access and billing?
14:04
<johnny>
sorry.. never investigated.. i do public internet terminals.. but we don't do any billing or time tracking
14:05
perhaps somebody will know later tho..
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<rjune>
ogra: ubuntu lenny? I didn't know you were merging with debian
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<johnny>
yeah.. yesterday
14:16
<hesco>
johnny: thanks. I'll keep my eyes peeled here for a while, hoping someone else responds.
14:17
<laga>
hesco: maybe the wlan guys have such a thing...
14:17
hesco: something like that: http://www.chillispot.info/
14:17
<johnny>
yes
14:17
for wireless
14:17
<laga>
hesco: no guarantees it will work ;)
14:17
<johnny>
i used coova
14:17
it had nice integration for the wrt54g
14:18
it can do stuff with wired too
14:18
but it can only block network stuff..
14:18
so it wouldn't do for limited local program usage
14:18
on a terminal machine
14:18
we just use the Terms of service thing
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so can can beg them to buy stuff
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and tell them not to use our network for pirating
14:19
and then they just click ok
14:19
it does have billing stuff tho
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<Lns>
Good Thursday, all!
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<ogra>
well, only for another hour
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<Lns>
ogra: heh..you whacky Europeans
16:01
how's the beagleboard hacking going?
16:01
<ogra>
i dont have a beagle :)
16:01
thats a bit low spec as a build machine :)
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<rjune>
but as a test machine
16:02
<Lns>
blah, blah =p i thought you had one to get ubuntu installed on
16:02
<ogra>
ubuntu-desktop should be installable tomorrow morning UTC though
16:02
<Lns>
nice!
16:02
<ogra>
no, i have a TI OMAP35x_EVM board
16:02
thats about ten times the price and about twice as fast
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<Lns>
yikes
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<Lns>
sbalneav: I know you want patches but I haven't gotten the time to educate myself on doing that - just wanted to point out that the manpage doesn't have the "LIKE =" parm, neither does the official docs
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<Lns>
sbalneav: also (sorry, just found it) "specifying: X_MODE_0 = 1024x786 should get your desired resolution on startup. " - minor, but should be x768 instead
16:21
<sbalneav>
Lns: send me an email
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<Lns>
mmk
16:22
<sbalneav>
otherwise I'll forget
16:22
<Lns>
hehe..no worries
16:22
<sbalneav>
heading home, be on later tonight after I get done with kids activities.
16:23
<Lns>
later!
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<petre>
!docu
20:31
<ltspbot>
petre: Error: "docu" is not a valid command.
20:31
<petre>
!docs
20:31
<ltspbot>
petre: "docs" is For the most current documentation, see http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LtspDocumentationUpstream
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<stgraber>
Note: I'm starting to work on merging ltsp-cluster, it shouldn't affect any non-clustered setup but I don't think it'll be perfect at the first commit though.
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<stgraber>
ok, change done and pushed. I'll work on the remaining bits tomorrow (writting some xinitrc.d so our stuff actually work)
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<vagrantc>
i may tag ltspfs-trunk later tonight and upload to debian...
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<stgraber>
vagrantc: hmm, ok. As I mentioned short before you joined the channel, I merged a good part of ltsp-cluster in the upstream branch. That part doesn't yet work and will need more work. It won't affect standard ltsp though (as long as you don't have /etc/ltsp/getltscfg-cluster.conf).
22:53
<vagrantc>
stgraber: shouldn't have any effect on ltspfs, no? :)
22:53
<stgraber>
oh, sorry didn't read correctly :) I read ltsp and not ltspfs
22:53
so no it doesn't affect ltspfs
22:54
I have some changes I plan to do on ltspfs (the ones Gadi requested) but I don't plan to work on that this week. So please tag and upload, so I'll get it in Jaunty :)
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<sbalneav>
Evening all
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<vagrantc>
i hope my switch to using foo(void) was all correct.
22:58
haven't noticed any problems yet.
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<stgraber>
evening sbalneav
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