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Channel log from 21 May 2009   (all times are UTC)

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<asmok>
All: This is warning ;-) We start our openldap session GMT 9 (Helsinki +3, Budapest +2). We will follow this howto step by step: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/OpenLDAP_NFS_SSL
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<openstep>
asmok I am here also
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<asmok>
openstep: Great - people everywhere still sleeping, that's good ;-)
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<seeberg>
Hi, I want to run dmesg on a thin client with local device problem. How can I do that on ltsp5 (skolelinux)
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<asmok>
All: We start now openldap howto session, I will ignore everything else. Our howto is here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/OpenLDAP_NFS_SSL
04:02
<openstep>
hei
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<asmok>
I and openstep have same setups for two servers, one for ltsp and one for openldap
04:03
we will use pastebot, too: http://pastebot.ltsp.org./
04:04
First we install Webmin on both machines, I will also paste errors on pastebot, so we know where we go all time
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<openstep>
is it to record our conversation?
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<asmok>
Yes, evrything will be on the Nubae's log
04:05
I have now ssh on ubuntu-ltsp5
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<openstep>
ok, I am a bit new to irc, but I will try to follow
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I am using ssh as well, and have them both open via putty
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<asmok>
And now I have this: cd /root
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<openstep>
are we on the ldap server?
04:08
<asmok>
and then: wget http://dfn.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/webadmin/webmin_1.470_all.deb
04:09
No we are first on ltsp5-server, to me "ubuntu-ltsp5" "192.168.1.2"
04:09
Just like in howto
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Let me know when you have that deb package in /root
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<openstep>
ok, it is coming .....
04:11
is this going to install 'libio-socket-ssl-perl'?
04:11
<asmok>
Not yet
04:11
<openstep>
ok
04:12
ready here
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<ltsppbot>
"asmok" pasted "Errors for Webmin" (19 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/349
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<asmok>
When deb is in do this: sudo dpkg -i webmin_1.470_all.deb and you got erros like above
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<openstep>
wait
04:16
ok, I also have errors but more than one
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<asmok>
so install them too, this way: "sudo apt-get install libnet-ssleay-perl libauthen-pam-perl libio-pty-perl libmd5-perl"
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<openstep>
ltsp2admin@ubuntuLTSP2:/root$ sudo dpkg -i webmin_1.470_all.deb
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<ltsppbot>
"asmok" pasted "Packages for Webmin" (34 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/350
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<openstep>
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<asmok>
And now Webmin is ok: http://pastebot.ltsp.org/350
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<openstep>
webmin
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sorry this is hungarian
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<asmok>
openstep: please, you do not have to paste anything long here, just refer those pastebot links
04:18
<openstep>
sorry
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<asmok>
Just install packages: "sudo apt-get install libnet-ssleay-perl libauthen-pam-perl libio-pty-perl libmd5-perl"
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<openstep>
ok, I am ready
04:19
logged in to webmin
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<asmok>
And you should see last line ok: "Webmin install complete. You can now login to https://ubuntu-ltsp5:10000/" or what ever is your servers name
04:19
ok, I will test that too
04:20
<openstep>
ok, I wait
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<asmok>
Webmin work me, too
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Now let's install that package for openldap client: "sudo apt-get install libio-socket-ssl-perl"
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ok? to me it was
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<openstep>
ok here
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<asmok>
now take your time let's do this for openldap server too, first wget deb and then install packages, ok - i do it now
04:24
<openstep>
so make the same steps for ldap?
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<asmok>
yes same steps
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i got now two working webmins (https://192.168.1.2:10000/ https://192.168.1.3:10000/)
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<openstep>
I am ready
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<asmok>
good, now look at the howto "OpenLDAP installation" we do that
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go to the openldap server, i got ubuntu-openldap/192.168.1.3 - what is yours?
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<openstep>
10.205.206.62
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so to make it clear: we go to ldap server and sudo apt-get install slapd ldap-utils
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?
04:33
<asmok>
ok, do "cd" and then "sudo apt-get install slapd ldap-utils"
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<openstep>
sorry? I got lost
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"cd" ?
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<asmok>
just go to the home dir = cd
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!! there should be blue screen about openldap passwd
04:35
<ltspbot>
asmok: Error: "!" is not a valid command.
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<asmok>
just enter that blue screen, we do passwd later
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<openstep>
I have done that step
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before
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how can I remove it and do it again with you?
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<ltsppbot>
"asmok" pasted "openldap basic install" (48 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/351
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<asmok>
see that pastebot, openldap isntallation should be ok to me
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<openstep>
asmok can you help me a bit?
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<asmok>
ok
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<openstep>
I have done that step
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<openstep> before
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<openstep> how can I remove it and do it again with you?
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<asmok>
I think it easier here if purge everything, I do it first, just wait now
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say ok ;-)
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<openstep>
ok, I wait
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I only need to redo this one: sudo apt-get install slapd ldap-utils
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<ltsppbot>
"asmok" pasted "purge openldap" (21 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/352
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<asmok>
see that pastebot first and the say "sudo apt-get purge slapd ldap-utils"
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<openstep>
ok
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<asmok>
when install it again you should see blue screen and we are in same
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<openstep>
I have it
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thanks
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<asmok>
good
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<openstep>
what is next?
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<asmok>
now we need that passwd, see that howto first
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I will use "TP2009ldap" as a passwd, same as in howto, no secret ;-) you can use samething else
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I now create that passwd, see following pastebot
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<openstep>
asmok, I should just type in my password to the blue screen, right?
04:45
<asmok>
no no, just enter - empty , no passwd!
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we will create brand new one
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<openstep>
wait a min
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<asmok>
just enter two times for both blue screens
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<openstep>
ok
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<asmok>
good
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<openstep>
I pressed enter 2x
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<asmok>
No see this pastebot, I will create passwd
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<ltsppbot>
"asmok" pasted "openldap passwd" (5 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/353
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<asmok>
welcome Alkisg, here we are ;-)
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<alkisg>
Hi asmok, hi all
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<openstep>
ok, ready with slappaswd
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<asmok>
good
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now copy original conf file away: "sudo cp /etc/ldap/slapd.conf /etc/ldap/slapd.conf.original"
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<openstep>
ok
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ready
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<asmok>
and first open conf file: "sudo nano /etc/ldap/slapd.conf"
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then use crtl+k in nano and remove evry line, make it empty
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<openstep>
ready
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<asmok>
now, this is little bit hard because you have to know your schema, I will use exactly the same as in howto - look at howto first
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critical lines are these
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suffix "dc=arkki,dc=info"
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rootdn "cn=manager,dc=arkki,dc=info"
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rootpw {MD5}0H0NPb1xLD770iuQqZYkqQ==
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and then all the last lines
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now I own arkki.info domain, thatäs why it easy to me use that schema - what you can use?
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<openstep>
I am doing an internal domain setup not a real one
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is that ok?
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<asmok>
yes, but you have to do that everywhere internal - what it can be?
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I suggest that you use now that same: arkki.info ok?
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<openstep>
oops
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I set up in my machines maros.intra
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I was going to use that
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<asmok>
that is good
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<openstep>
but if you say that it does not interfer if I set up arrki. info
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then ok I use that.
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<asmok>
now copy everything from howto and change those dc-parts and passwd (md5)
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<openstep>
so what do you think?
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<asmok>
use that maros.intra so we see that openldap itself working!
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use maros.intra and change everything that is needed in "/etc/ldap/slapd.conf" file
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<openstep>
ok, then
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I am ready
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<asmok>
I will use everything from howto, double check line for passwd
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<asmok>
ok?
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<openstep>
ok, next is this: Add to the /etc/syslog.conf file next line, and create the log-file, too.
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??
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<asmok>
yes
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now - I try to start openldap
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ok to me: ps ax - 13988 ? Ssl 0:00 /usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap -f /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
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<openstep>
I did this sudo touch /var/log/ldap.log
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and added that line in sysyonf
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<asmok>
good
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<openstep>
problem here
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<arboroia>
Is there anyone here who couldhelp me?
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<openstep>
asmok can you see what I typed?
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<arboroia>
I'm having a problem with LTSP 5 on Ubuntu Server.. some thin clients don't boot.. others do
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<asmok>
where?
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<openstep>
sorry
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I can not start slapd
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<asmok>
just try this first: "sudo sudo /etc/init.d/slapd start"
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one sudo of course
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All: we have openldap howto session, sorry for that - I will ignore everything else
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<openstep>
success
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<asmok>
very good
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<openstep>
sorry It was my problem
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<asmok>
next step is create that base.ldif file, take your time and look at howto
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I will use that same one again, but you have change all dc-parts to maros.intra
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<openstep>
ok, and then copy it to /root/ldapadmin??
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<asmok>
keep Hosts, People and so on same, just change dc-parts to maros.intra
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<openstep>
I will place that file under /root
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<asmok>
yes, it can be anywhere - admin home dir is good place
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or /root - ok
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<asmok>
I have created that base.ldif file, i wait for you, take your time - just change dc-parts
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<openstep>
ok, just a sec
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sorry
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<asmok>
i have it in /root
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I created as a root (sudo nano base.ldif)
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ls -al base.ldif
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-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 675 2009-05-21 13:23 base.ldif
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<openstep>
almost ready
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what about o: Arkki?
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<asmok>
change it o: Maros
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<openstep>
ready
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<asmok>
good
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Now mine manager passwd is "TP2009ldap", you have something else, you need that next
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<openstep>
have it
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now this : ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=arkki,dc=info" -f base.ldif?
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<asmok>
In the same /root dir where base.ldif is, hopefully in right shape you do this - wait first for me - ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif
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<openstep>
ok I wait
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<asmok>
you use your own schema dc=maros,dc=intra
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<openstep>
sure
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tell me when
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<asmok>
wait liitle
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<openstep>
red leader, standing by :-)
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<asmok>
ok, there can be something, but try this first in dir where base.ldif is: "sudo sudo ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif"
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ähh, once again just one sudo...
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<openstep>
>
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this is what I got
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">"
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any ideas?
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<asmok>
no, but go first /root ok
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and you have full base.ldif file?
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<openstep>
i have it /root/ldapadmin/base.ldif
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<asmok>
use that pastebot and paste your base.ldif there: http://pastebot.ltsp.org
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ok - got to the "cd /root/ldapadmin" and then - ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra"
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<openstep>
do you not want me to paste it?
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<asmok>
ähh i mean - ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif
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yes, lets see if it not works - what happened?
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<openstep>
ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
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<asmok>
use sudo before ldapadd
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<openstep>
yes I did
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same errot
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error
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it was asking for the ldap password
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<asmok>
paste that base-ldif first in pastebot, see that first
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<openstep>
then when I typed it....
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ok, how do I do that?
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<asmok>
send it to me viw gmail
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<openstep>
no I mean I do not know how to copy it from the putty
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I should use winscp I guess
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what is best?
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<asmok>
use pastebot, can you copy screen in putty
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<openstep>
like more base.ldif ?
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<asmok>
yes
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or "cat base.ldif"
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<ltsppbot>
"openstep" pasted "dn: dc=maros,dc=intra objectcl" (32 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/354
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<openstep>
pastet it
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http://pastebot.ltsp.org/354.
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<asmok>
lets see it...
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there is one comma missing: dn: ou=Peopledc=maros,dc=intra
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<openstep>
err
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thanks
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<asmok>
wait a minute I got it too !? uh...
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<openstep>
I am getting the same error
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hm
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<asmok>
what error copy it here
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<openstep>
ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
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<asmok>
google says it is problem with your passwd for opendlap
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<openstep>
I see it too
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so I am heaving an incorrect password in slapd.conf ?
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<asmok>
you created it as "slappasswd -h {MD5}" and then copy crypted line in slapd.conf
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<openstep>
yes
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<asmok>
you can create it again and then copy that ctrypted line once again in conf file
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<openstep>
sorry for the trouble
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I do it fast
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<asmok>
don't worry - if I use "TP2009ldap" I got always the same line
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slappasswd -h {MD5}New password: Re-enter new password: {MD5}0H0NPb1xLD770iuQqZYkqQ==
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I got this one in conf file
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rootdn "cn=manager,dc=arkki,dc=info"
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rootpw {MD5}0H0NPb1xLD770iuQqZYkqQ==
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<openstep>
weird
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I think I have the same again
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<asmok>
I canged howto for that comma: dn: ou=People,dc=arkki,dc=info
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<openstep>
{MD5}GAGxrNy1Yv5Iq1/foSfUng==
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I am heaving this
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<asmok>
take away that sudo and just - ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif" - you need those "" too
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stupid me - like this way
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ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif
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<openstep>
I am very sorry
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this is not working still
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ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=maros,dc=intra" -f base.ldif
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Enter LDAP Password:
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ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
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and I am in that dir where the base.ldif is
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should we take a brake :) ?
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<asmok>
use pastebot and let see how you create that passwd and paste your updated /etc/ldap/slapd.conf - it just have to be same
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<openstep>
so I type slappasswd -h {MD5}
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type pass 2x
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then copy it to the conf file
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maybe the permissions?
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<asmok>
btw - i got right one base.ldif here - http://www.arkki.info/howto/Wiki/LTSP5-openLDAP-Perusasennus/ubuntu-openldap/ldap/base.ldif
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<ltsppbot>
"openstep" pasted "ldapadmin@ubuntuLDAP:~$ sudo c" (51 lines) at http://pastebot.ltsp.org/355
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<openstep>
see it asmok
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ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49) again
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<asmok>
i do not see anything odd, hard to say if type it right way...
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<openstep>
hm
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now what?
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http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-software/200312/msg00337.html
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is it not a mistake?
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ldapadd -x -D "cn=Manager, dc=example, dc=com" -W -f example.ldif
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here -W is in the end not in the beginning
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<asmok>
If i do again mine, i got this
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admin-openldap@ubuntu-openldap:/root$ ldapadd -W -x -D "cn=manager,dc=arkki,dc=info" -f base.ldif
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Enter LDAP Password:
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adding new entry "dc=arkki,dc=info"
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ldap_add: Already exists (68)
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<openstep>
asmok I am stuck
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<asmok>
use cn=manager, not cn=Manager
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<openstep>
same error
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is it not the file permission?
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of the ldif?
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<asmok>
Let's brake for this day. I try to finish that installation and try find is there something more to take care, we found one comma - that's good. I'll let you know where I end with that howto.
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About permissions I got this ones
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<openstep>
ok,
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I am sorry to keep you up
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<asmok>
ls -al base.ldif -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 675 2009-05-21 13:56 base.ldif
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ls -al /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
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-rw-r----- 1 root openldap 1085 2009-05-21 13:07 /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
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<openstep>
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 680 2009-05-21 12:56 base.ldif
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this is mine
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-rw-r----- 1 root openldap 1091 2009-05-21 13:15 /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
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<asmok>
openstep - I'll finish mine setup and let's then see again - ok?
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<openstep>
thanks a lot
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ok
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<asmok>
I try to find something for that passwd problem, too
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<openstep>
how are we going to do it if you set it up?
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<asmok>
Thank you, openstep
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<openstep>
I do not want you to do it again with me
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<asmok>
I mail to you when I know bore/better
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<openstep>
It is a shame
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such a small step only, aaahhh
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<asmok>
I want that howto be as a step-by-step howto, you have helped me for that - let's make that howto good as possible
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It is not user's fail, it is always howto's fail - you know
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<openstep>
ok, I will be on skype if you want to talk
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just 5 minutes ok?
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<asmok>
I'll skype - see you later, bye... i'm off now...
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<openstep>
ok
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bye
06:37
one more
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nothing
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<_Shane>
Has anyone had any success in setting up gphotofs and accessing a PTP camera connected to a client machine?
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<tony__>
Hello.. Is it possible ask for help on a LTSP installtion?
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<Eghie>
tony__: please ask specific questions if you have problems with something
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_Shane: try ltsp-local-apps
06:59
_Shane: so you can use a photo program on the client
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<tony__>
All my newer thin clients boot.. the older ones don't.. a segmentation error appears on booting on all of them
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I am running Ubuntu
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<Eghie>
do you have the specific error?
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<tony__>
one second Ill reboot one of them
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On starting the LTSP client it tells me "Invalid Card Number"
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<tony__>
Starting the LTSP Client Service.. a console login appears but it isn't functional
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aswell as "Bad File Descriptor"
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<Eghie>
could the "Bad File Descriptor" come from nbd?
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as I could remember something like that
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<tony__>
It is
07:03
<Eghie>
although, I don't think it's crucial
07:04
<tony__>
But it appears on all the clients... some of them bootanyway
07:04
<Eghie>
yes
07:04
<tony__>
but this is crucial
07:04
<Eghie>
do you get any kernel error or syslog or something?
07:04
<alkisg>
tony__: do you see the screen flashing (like X trying to start and then fail), or the console login screen is ..stable?
07:04
<tony__>
* Starting LTSP Client.... Invalid Card Number
07:04
screen is flashing
07:05
and there is a login prompt
07:05
but it isn't possible to login
07:05
<alkisg>
A _text_ mode login prompt, right?
07:05
<tony__>
yes
07:05
<alkisg>
Could be a graphics driver problem. Maybe you should try with XSERVER=vesa in lts.conf?
07:05
<Eghie>
tony__: look into /var/log/Xorg.0.log
07:05
<tony__>
one second
07:05
<Eghie>
tony__: if you are able to
07:06
<tony__>
I can
07:06
Ill try XSERVER=vera now
07:07
<alkisg>
vesa
07:07
Do you know how to use lts.conf?
07:07
<tony__>
sorry typo
07:07
yes
07:07
<alkisg>
OK
07:09
<Eghie>
is it possible to limit concurrent sessions per user? like users can only login on 1 client at a time?
07:09
<alkisg>
Eghie: yes, LDM_LIMIT_ONE_SESSION or something, let me find it...
07:09
<Eghie>
I couldn't find it in the documentation, actually
07:10
or is it some obscure variable?
07:10
<alkisg>
Yes, LDM_LIMIT_ONE_SESSION it is. You put it in lts.conf
07:10
What version do you use? Is it somewhat recent?
07:11
<Eghie>
version of the documentation or of ltsp?
07:11
<alkisg>
ltsp
07:11
<Eghie>
ltsp 5
07:11
<alkisg>
Erm, well, I use 5.1.65-0ubuntu2
07:12
<Eghie>
on ubuntu intrepid
07:12
<alkisg>
OK, it's recent enough, it's there
07:12
<Eghie>
5.1.29-0ubuntu3
07:12
in next couple of weeks going to prepare a jaunty server though
07:12
<alkisg>
Not all parameters are on the docs, some are undocumented
07:13
<Eghie>
is it an option to link to an overcomplete lts.conf as example for the undocumented variables?
07:13
on the website that is
07:13
<alkisg>
There was talk about that, but noone offered a completed lts.conf
07:13
<Eghie>
ah, ok
07:13
<alkisg>
I think if someone assembles one, it'll be included
07:14
For now, there's lts-parameters.txt but it's incomplete
07:14
<tony__>
Thank you for your help alkisg.. Its working now
07:14
<alkisg>
tony__: maybe you also want to fix the driver issue, so that you have better performance?
07:14
Because with vesa you don't have hw acceleration
07:15
What graphics card is that?
07:15
Eghie: there's also LDM_LIMIT_ONE_SESSION_PROMPT which prompts the user about him being already logged on, and asks what to do.
07:16
<tony__>
It's an internal ancient onboard graphics card
07:16
<alkisg>
Ah, ok, leave it with vesa then :)
07:16
<tony__>
Thank You :)
07:16
<Eghie>
alkisg: that's a nice option. Although I don't need that for now, but I will note it down. Could be handy for later.
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<tony__>
Is it possible to up the resolution with vesa enabled
07:30
<alkisg>
tony__: yes, but you might need to specify X_HORZSYNC and X_VERTREFRESH if they're not detected.
07:30
Try: xrandr in the client, what do you get?
07:30
!pastebot
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07:32
<tony__>
ok
07:32
<alkisg>
(xrandr => from a normal session terminal, not a local one)
07:33
<tony__>
What am I looking for in the output?
07:34
The Maxmium output?
07:34
<alkisg>
What's the max resolution?
07:34
<tony__>
800x600
07:34
and on the second client
07:34
640 x 480
07:34
<alkisg>
OK. What monitor(s) do you have?
07:35
<tony__>
A Trinitron CRT
07:35
can do 1024x768
07:35
<alkisg>
At how much Hz? 85?
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<tony__>
I don't know
07:36
<alkisg>
It's possible that you may find the exact timings on the internet, if you know the model
07:36
<tony__>
one second
07:37
<alkisg>
Otherwise, you could try with X_HORZSYNC=30.0-90.0 X_VVERTREFRESH=60.0 XRANDR_MODE_0=1024x768
07:38
But I think X_VERTREFRESH=60.0-85.0 would also work.
07:38
<tony__>
ok
07:38
Ill try that
07:39
<alkisg>
tony__: what distro/version do you have?
07:39
<tony__>
Ubuntu 0.04
07:39
9.04
07:39
<alkisg>
OK, try those
07:48
<tony__>
It works.. Its just slowed down a bit.. fine otherwise
07:49
<alkisg>
tony__: you may also put X_COLOR_DEPTH=16 for a little better performance
07:50
<tony__>
That is already set
07:50
<alkisg>
Do you have LDM_DIRECTX=true?
07:51
You may also want to give that a try, depending on your security needs...
07:51
<tony__>
Thats set already aswell
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<alkisg>
OK, that's as fast as you can go with vesa :)
07:54
<tony__>
Thank you for getting our 30 P2's running again!
07:55
<alkisg>
Heh, I also have such ancient PC labs, I know the feeling :)
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<jammcq>
good morning #ltsp
08:51
<_UsUrPeR_>
hey jamm
08:52
<rjune>
!j
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<ltspbot>
rjune: "j" is jammcq!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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<jammcq>
:)
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<davidj>
jammcq!
09:10
good morning
09:10
<cliebow>
hey hey the gangs all here!
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<davidj>
Hey, Chuck! How are things on the island?
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<cliebow>
davidj: going ok..start boating tomorrow
09:15
how about you?
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<davidj>
We started boating a month ago.
09:16
;-)
09:16
although I have to admit that sailing on a lake just isn't the same.
09:17
rjune: You around?
09:18
A friend of mine has a sailboat we race on Wednesday afternoons after work. It's been fun.
09:18
<rjune>
yes
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<jammcq>
davidj: hey
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<davidj>
How are you?
09:46
<jammcq>
doing fine. enjoying the nice weather we've finally gotten
09:47
<rjune>
It's been glorious
09:49
<davidj>
We've had great weather for a few weeks now, but the past few days have been cold and grey.
09:50
It was 45º yesterday morning, 60º is closer to normal for this time of year.
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<davidj>
They say it will be 80º - 85º on Sunday.
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<fgiraldeau_>
Hello gang! Hope you're all fine.
10:44
I'm getting a wrong behavior with ltspfsd
10:45
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ltspfsd/+bug/378495
10:46
if somebody has already see that, input is welcome
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<cliebow>
anyone have install instructions for ltsp-server-standalone powerpc?
11:00
<epsas>
i would assume that it would be the same as for i386 -- after the initial operating system installation
11:02
<cliebow>
epsas:ive done it with intrepid but that was at ltsp-by-the-sea with the whole crew..cant remember..
11:03
thnaky you btw stgraber
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<alkisg>
Anyone using italc on Jaunty? I keep getting "someone wants to control your pc, do you want to allow this?" messages on the server == italc master.
11:49
<nubae>
hehe
11:50
its the ghost in the classroom
11:51
<alkisg>
Heh :) I think italc is trying to control my own pc (== the server), and I wanted to see if anyone else is having this...
11:53
Argh I knew that, it's using the same port as vino - gotta change the vino port :(
11:54
...and they've removed the UI to do that
11:54
<johnny>
cliebow, you have to build the chroot on the ppc machine, and then copy the chroot over
11:54* Gadi prefers his vino dry to a vino port
11:54
<cliebow>
yeah..cant get powerpc to install atm
11:54
<johnny>
it might actually be an idea to get a new version of the chroot mirrored per odd arch
11:54
cliebow, why not?
11:54* alkisg is too unfamiliar with the English language to understand Gadi's humor sometimes :(
11:55
<johnny>
problem i had.. it wouldn't detect the cdrom.. but that was on intrepid or hardy.. can't remember
11:55* Gadi reflects on how often he gets that from his friends :)
11:55
<cliebow>
jaunty cd starts runs yaboot..then screen goes dark and nothin ghappens
11:55
<johnny>
try with the intrepid cd
11:55
and if it can't find the cdrom.. go to console and modprobe ide-cdrom
11:55
<cliebow>
i already have that installed and a chroot built
11:57
on intrepid mouse and keyboard are locaked up at login screen
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<cliebow>
ahh..live cd is running..
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<_UsUrPeR_>
grr
13:19
I'm working with bridges at the moment. Does anyone know how to control virbr0?
13:21
it keeps acquiring vnet0, which is something I am specifically assigning to another bridge I have created. It's infuriating.
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<Gadi>
sounds like troubled waters to me
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<_UsUrPeR_>
yeah, something like that :P
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<loather>
kvm or xen?
13:38
<_UsUrPeR_>
loather: kvm
13:39
<loather>
ah, can't help you there. what i can suggest, though, is to disable any automatic crap that might be going on. libvirt makes too many assumptions IMO
13:39
<_UsUrPeR_>
how do I do that?
13:39
because I am right with out in the assumptions theory.
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<loather>
well, with xen i stopped libvirtd, then in all the .sxc config files I pulled out any of the network-script lines and specified all that hardcoded in the domain config files
13:42
but as i've never used kvm i'm not sure what the equivalents would be
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<sbalneav>
!docs
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<ltspbot>
sbalneav: "docs" is For the most current documentation, see http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LtspDocumentationUpstream
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<cliebow>
clienbow hugs Scottie!!
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<cliebow>
cliebow is a little punchy from thie heat..
13:51
must be above 70 here
13:53
<loather>
70F?
13:54
i guess so, as 70C would be like 155 (or so) F
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<zamba>
is it possible to run ltsp over http?
13:56
to boot it over http, that is
13:56
the way gpxe enables?
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<loather>
sure, as long as your terminals can boot from gpxe
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<alkisg>
What packages are needed for surfing with firefox as a localapp, are firefox + ubuntu-restricted-extras enough? (jaunty)
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<alkisg>
Ouch, maybe ubuntu-restricted-extras is too much...
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<treyh>
Is it possible to have the client auth against active directory before launching rdesktop?
14:42
<nubae>
possible yes
14:42
just script it in
14:42
well, just.. its not super complicated but might need some testing
14:43
u need to either edit the rdekstop connection script or make your own script that launches before rdekstop
14:43
desktop even
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<Gadi>
treyh: rdesktop as a screen script?
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<treyh>
Gadi: not sure yet
14:53
the problem I am having, is that with active directory I need to map a couple group policy's by computer name, instead of by user
14:53
<Gadi>
if you join the WTS to the domain, you are already good to go
14:54
<treyh>
wts?
14:54
<Gadi>
windows terminal server
14:54
<treyh>
it is
14:54
but let me explain better
14:55
at this customer site, which is a school, they want the teachers to be able to control whats on the desktop of each station in their specific classroom only
14:55
currently, they're set up to control the grades individually instead of classrooms
14:56
<Gadi>
and the control is a group policy in windows?
14:56
<treyh>
the only thing that makes sense to me is to redirect the desktop by putting all the pc's in a classroom into a group, ie room150, and maping the redirect poly to that security group
14:56
yes
14:56
we're using redirected start menu's and desktops
14:57
each grade, 1st, 2nd, 3rd...all share a desktop, the kids have no access to change anything, but teachers can add or remove icons
14:57
<Gadi>
gotcha
14:57
<treyh>
so the redirected desktop they got in ts, would depend on what computer they were on
14:58
i'm not seeing a real way to do it with ltsp
14:58
<Gadi>
is there one WTS per classroom?
14:58
<treyh>
no
14:58
<Gadi>
or is it one for the whole school?
14:58
<treyh>
there are 10 WTS, load balanced
14:58
on top of vmware, so 2 per server
14:59
<Gadi>
hmm...
14:59
well, Windows knows the hostname of the computer connecting
14:59
you may be able to create a batch script that executes on login
15:00
and with that, I need to go race my son's school bus home to my house
15:00
:)
15:00
good luck, treyh
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<treyh>
lol ty
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<treyh>
Gadi: have a good one
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<rjune>
mistik1_ !
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<zamba>
loather: how do i set that up?
15:31
wow
15:31
keyboard acting strange
15:31
loather: booting over http, that is
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!help
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vagrantc: (help [<plugin>] [<command>]) -- This command gives a useful description of what <command> does. <plugin> is only necessary if the command is in more than one plugin.
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<vagrantc>
!support
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<lucascoala>
yeap
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<jammcq>
hello #ltsp-ers
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