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can i know where to change the BOOT variable from NBD to NFS? which file & its location
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Has anyone used the kubuntu alternate cd to install an ltsp server? In the boot screen, there *isn't* an F4 option to install an ltsp server, but it's there in the debian-installer steps...???!!!
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Hello. After changing the server IP: Is `ltsp-update-sshkeys` sufficient or do I have to `ltsp-update-image`, too?
You also need ltsp-update-image
alkisg: Thank you.
to make USB disk mounting work in LTSP (with Ubuntu intrepid) you need FUSE rights
but it is really some work to add every user to the FUSE group
because we use LDAP as user database
and the system groups are in /etc/group
now I did chmod a+rw /dev/fuse
and that works
but is that the correct way?
and will it survive a reboot?
Eghie: i suspect ...not sure .. but you may have to play with udev rules to make it stick ..
of course try a reboot first to check
yeah, but they are using it now
and the testing server I have not at hand now
ah man, NSCD sucks
it crashes when run as daemon, mostly in a couple of minutes
now I run it in a screen terminal in debugging mode and now it is behaving itself :S
Eghie: nscd? what distro are you using?
|15:07||* Egyptian[Home] prays it isnt suse|
your prayers have been answered
it is Ubuntu Intrepid
I guess I should try UNSCD (from busybox): http://busybox.net/~vda/unscd/
do LTSP and SUSE have problems with each other?
i just haste suse
i prefer fedora /rhel
OpenSuSE has implemented things very differently from other distros with kiwi-ltsp ...
I guess they do have a reason for that
if they are good reasons, that's another matter though
some of them are good reasons, some of them don't seem to be so
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wow, stgraber is fast.
|19:22||* Ryan52 wonders why stgraber subscribed him..|
ldm gtk thingy, thought you might know
and some people tend to redirect indirect subscription to bugmail to /dev/null
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stgraber: have you been using your localapps menu stuff in a test environment?
production actually :)
would you like to test my ltsp-genmenu?
sure, where is it and what did you change ?
I'll pastebot it - it replaces menu items from the main menu rather than having a local app submenu
good, I was planning to do that :)
it's one of the things we discussed with ogra at UDS
also, I add LOCAL_APPS_MENU_ITEMS lts.conf var
which allows the admin to specify only certain apps to be overridden
I was planning that too :) with ltsp-cluster we have hardware groups so we can use that lts.conf parameter to filter local applications depending on the hardware
"Gadi" pasted "ltsp-genmenu" (88 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/177
it basically works off of .desktop files in /usr/share/applications
so, if you have other apps that you want to add, put a .desktop file there
any reason not to use ltsp-localapps ?
oh, this way no need for server side executable
(other than xprop)
so, you can terminal into a random server and still get localapps working
without installing a localapps package on that app server
hmm, ok, makes sense. (I plan to ship ltsp-localapps with ldminfod so it'll be there in most setup but not all)
right - this goes back to our conversation of having an "app server" package
about the icons, shouldn't we handle them like the .desktop and do a backup if they already existt ?
but, the fewer server-side packages *required* the better
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Gadi: i really liked "Call ltspfs_entry remove if we fail to mount the device, so we don't end up with an ltspfsmount to tmpfs."
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Gadi: although, now that i think of it, removing the device if it fails to mount will break floppies ...
guess we could special-case floppies...
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does it break cdroms, too?
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shouldn't, as cdpinger is run on insertion/removal
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would it make sense to have a floppy pinger?
then you'd have the floppy drives spinning up periodically just to check if a floppy was there...
|22:08||* vagrantc can't wait till floppy disks are totally and utterly obsolete|
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hopefully that fixes it for floppies
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* vagrantc can't wait till floppy disks are totally and utterly obsolete
doh, he left
I would have said, "Welcome to 1999!"
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