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Channel log from 13 April 2010   (all times are UTC)

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<markit>
hi, anyone using iTalc? I'm a bit confused about the info on how make it work with ltsp, many seems outdated
02:27
also seems to need to create a client stattup script, but I'm not sure
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<worr>
how does authentication with ltsp work?
02:36
do the user accounts have to live on the master server, or on the chroot on the master server?
02:38
<klausade>
worr: not in the chroot, but on the server they log into.
02:39
<worr>
Ok, cool. thanks
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<worr>
I generally don't need to install anything in the chroot, since you just log in to the main server?
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<cyberorg>
markit, what distro? here is opensuse one http://en.opensuse.org/LTSP/iTALC
02:58
more here http://italc.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?title=ITALC_in_a_ThinClient_environment
03:08
<markit>
cyberorg: kubuntu 10.04
03:08
seems outdated, it refers to ubuntu 8.04
03:09
also seems that I need static ip for the clients, while my current setup is dhcp
03:10
I've read somewhere else that some implementation uses avahi for client discovery
03:10
also I don't undestand if itac client is automatically installed and run in the thin clients
03:16
<cyberorg>
yes i think there is stgraber's ppa for ubuntu that has avahi magic
03:17
italc does not require installation in client chroot
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<markit>
cyberorg: reading some post in italc ml, seems there are many things broken or don't work as expected
03:42
cyberorg: do you use italc yourself?
03:43
mm I've to run now, we will talk later
03:43
thanks a log
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<muftelo>
hi together
04:51
someone help me up with clonezilla or is there a better channel for that ?
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<munson>
ok maybe someone knows this mornin why this netgear gsm-7324 layer 3 stackable switch is not allowing this HP thin client box to not recieve the tftp file it needs. I have spanning-tree disabled and dhcp disabled on switch and still no go. It works fine on a hub by itself but i already tested two layer 3 switchs and nada
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<vmlintu>
munson: does dhcp request go through normally to the same server?
08:21
<munson>
the ltsp server is the dns and dhcp server, thin clients pick up address but still pxe-e3b file not fount bs
08:21
<vmlintu>
which tftp server are you using?
08:21
<munson>
one of the docs said to install the tftpd-hpa one
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<munson>
this is the lts 8.04 edition
08:22
<vmlintu>
which dhcp server you use?
08:22
<munson>
thereś lts dhcp and regular dhcp3 but authoritative is the lts one
08:23
from what i read was modify the lts dhcpd.conf and make it authoritative and restart the dhcp3-server
08:24
im thinking of using the win2008 server box for dhcp and try that
08:25
<vmlintu>
Have you tried dumping the network traffic when the tftp request arrives to the server?
08:26
<munson>
have wireshark but newb at that...i checked the info goin to the servers ip and sees dhcp req and ack but nada else
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<vmlintu>
So no tftp request at all?
08:28
Do you have next-server defined in your dhcpd.conf?
08:28
<munson>
looked a lil further and does show somethin /ltsp/i386/pxelinux.0 but not sure if it was ¨offering¨ or somethin...newb at it. Should it says somethin
08:28
ya pointing to this ltsp server box
08:28
i can paste bin it
08:29
<vmlintu>
That'd be good
08:32
<munson>
http://pastebin.com/7JjjNK33
08:33
<vmlintu>
can you also paste the tshark dump of the tftp traffic?
08:33
<munson>
like i said this is the 2nd layer 3 stackable switch we tried
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<munson>
the wireshark?
08:34
<vmlintu>
yes, wireshark, tshark is just the command line version that I always keep using..
08:35
<munson>
oh got a simple command for that then for me?
08:35
or i can load up the gui and see if i can dump it somehow
08:35
<vmlintu>
tshark -i eth1 -R tftp
08:35
something like that
08:35
as root
08:36
<_UsUrPeR_>
munson: I've seen this before. Check to ensure portfast is not active
08:36
<munson>
kk iĺl check router real quick too
08:36
vmlintu, installing tshark, wireshark-common on this box real quick
08:37
<vmlintu>
On Cisco gear portfast is the first thing to check, but if I remember correctly, then dhcp requests don't get through either..
08:38
I've seen something like this with Juniper switches at one school also.. Connecting directly to the switch didn't work, but first connecting a small 8-port switch in between made it work
08:38
<munson>
ya dumb hub or switch works fine
08:39
gotta go thru this webGUI of router....brb
08:41
<vbundi>
dumb hub might be removing things like VLAN, check to make sure there is just a default VLAN on there and tagging it all disabled
08:41
<munson>
ya i have my seperate vlan away from others on network
08:41
set this up for more security
08:42
<vbundi>
vlan != security
08:42
<munson>
yup
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<_UsUrPeR_>
oh, we've also experienced issues with certain switch vlans and ltsp booting
08:42
<munson>
this is classroom so ya i set cisco 2600, layer 3 switch
08:43
<vbundi>
UDP Helper isn't enabled is it?
08:43
<vmlintu>
Is the server connected to the same switch as the thin client? And are you using gigabit ports or 100mbps ports?
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<munson>
yes ltsp is on switch have like 12 computers on switch including 2 hp thin clients
08:45
<vmlintu>
I remember once with hp switches the server sent udp packets as jumbo frames and those were split in smaller pieces when they hit some 100mbps port on the way. Those segments didn't arrive to the thin client in the right order..
08:46
Are you using flow control somewhere?
08:47
<munson>
Forward BPDU while STP Disabled - disabled....hmm and flow control no i never setup anything like that i can double check its default settings
08:48
and another thing this Force Protocol Version - IEEE 802.1w or .1d or .1s ....dunno what those switchs are for its under the spanning tree setup
08:49
<vmlintu>
So now your test setup that is having problems is using one switch only where everything is connected?
08:49
<munson>
ya
08:49
tried a d-link dgs-3324 layer 3 as well and no go
08:50
<vmlintu>
Seeing the tftp dump might help..
08:50
<munson>
and that was even the defualt right out of the box kinda switch and no go
08:50
kk lemme load up wireshark
08:51
<vmlintu>
tshark -i eth1 -R "tftp or bootp
08:51
That should dump both tftp and dhcp
08:51
Just to see how far it gets
08:52
<munson>
¨tftp or bootp¨ or just one of them
08:52
<vmlintu>
tshark -i eth1 -R "tftp or bootp"
08:52
<munson>
kk lol
08:52
<vmlintu>
typo
08:54
<munson>
k nothing on tftp ;( but bunch of dhcp
08:56
<vmlintu>
but the thin client says that it's trying to do a tftp request?
08:58
<munson>
ya got ip from dhcp then pxe-t01 file not found pxe-e3b bs
08:58
47.189196 192.168.3.1 -> 192.168.3.50 DHCP DHCP Request - Transaction ID 0x155cc85d
08:58
47.215515 192.168.3.50 -> 192.168.3.44 DHCP DHCP ACK - Transaction ID 0x155cc85d
08:58
47.245751 192.168.3.50 -> 192.168.3.1 DHCP DHCP ACK - Transaction ID 0x155cc85d
08:59
<vmlintu>
that's all you got?
08:59
<munson>
yup bunch of dhcp bs
08:59
discover, offer, request crap
09:00
<vmlintu>
Is there a lot of traffic in the network if you try to dump everything?
09:00
tshark -i eth1
09:00
<munson>
only thing im on is xchat, my lab partner is readin this toon so he off the net
09:00
this too
09:01
<_UsUrPeR_>
stgraber: ping
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<vmlintu>
munson: Now that I think of it, I remember once seeing some thin clients that put the port down after getting dhcp response. That made the switch to disable the port for a second..
09:03
If you don't get any kind of tftp request to the server and the same thin client works if there's a dumb hub in between, that could be the case..
09:04
<munson>
25.696035 DigitalS_87:6e:30 -> HewlettP_39:f8:c0 ARP Who has 192.168.3.44? Tell 192.168.3.50
09:04
but ya nada on tftp
09:04
well whats up with ltsp-update-image and at end it said somethin bout port 2000?
09:05
<vmlintu>
2000 is for nbd
09:05
<munson>
k
09:05
<vmlintu>
nbd comes after tftp
09:05
<munson>
k so forget bout that port...ok now the thing on this hp thin client box do i have to disable/enable somethin?
09:06
<vmlintu>
Do you use port security or something like that?
09:07
<munson>
no i never set it up
09:08
said somethin bout UDP relay?
09:08
earlier
09:08
<vmlintu>
does it have something like that?
09:09
<munson>
ya has udb relay config on router, also notice BOOTP/DHCP Relay Agent Configuration
09:09
udp
09:09
<vmlintu>
I haven't used Netgear switches myself, so I don't know what that would do..
09:09
<munson>
Information Option Mode (82)
09:09
ya i ¨tested¨ many diff options already lol
09:10
there is no ACL configured
09:10
<vmlintu>
Does it have port shadowing/mirroring?
09:11
<munson>
ya i seen somethin bout port mirroring but i never enabled anything on that
09:11
<vmlintu>
I've used that on some HP switches to see what actually arrives to the port..
09:12
But I really cannot say if it'd help here..
09:12
<munson>
there is Traffic Control such as Global Broadcast Storm Control , Global Multicast Storm Control , Global Unicast Storm Control
09:12
802.3x Flow Control Mode
09:13
<vmlintu>
I remember that some Juniper switches would have required a firmware update to work with pxe.. I hope that's not the case here..
09:14
<munson>
this is latest firmware
09:15
i have a trouble ticket out there to netgear on this issue as well...damn expensive layer 3 switch lol....but like i said also tried different one so not entirely sure if hp thin client box is the fault or its the switch
09:16
oooh my bad there is a new one lol
09:16
was thinkin of somethin else
09:19
kk brb lemme upgrade firmware
09:20
<vbundi>
is this for schoolwork? like, they give you this equipment and tell you to make it work? Seems kind of weird that they'd give you equipment that wouldn't normally work
09:21
<munson>
ya me and lab partner doin everything on our own pretty much
09:21
learned routers before everyone, switchs blahblah
09:21
now setting up thin clients our new project
09:21
i setup a pbx phone system for us already
09:22
<vbundi>
oh yeah, what kind
09:22
<vmlintu>
I really don't have much ideas anymore.. It's probably some checkbox somewhere that makes it work..
09:23
<munson>
pbx is asteriskNOW centos5 version with freepbx
09:24
setup 5 phone numbers....why 5 numbers haha i dunno just learnin
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<vbundi>
ah, yeah that's neat stuff
09:25
what's the model of that switch again
09:25
<munson>
netgear GSM-7324
09:26
<vbundi>
and your clients are getting ip addresses but no tftp?
09:27
<munson>
yup
09:27
thats why i was figuring out if i had wrong info in dhcpd.conf but all seems right to me
09:27
<vbundi>
I see there's a DHCP/BOOTP relay feature.. not really familiar with, but maybe check settings in there.. make sure that's all disabled or set to 'dumb' mode
09:28
<munson>
ya thereś DHCP, BOOTP, NONE and tried all 3 lol
09:28
like i said i tried lots of trial and error
09:29
but hey brb...quick smoke break
09:29
got the new firmware d/l now as well
09:36
back
09:40
k brb gonna update the firmware, gotta logout
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<_UsUrPeR_>
stgraber: I have a question for you about italc when you have a moment
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<vbundi>
ugh since I tried to install sabayon in my chroot yesterday my dpkg is giving me a n error
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<vbundi>
if anyone wants to take a look at this, not really sure what's going on
10:15
http://pastebin.com/41CYRYfe
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<johnny>
vbundi, you don't install sabayon in the chroot
10:16
that is.. unless you're using fat clients..
10:17
<vbundi>
agh I was going to ask yesterday, but I thought 'no dummy, of course you install it in the chroot...'
10:17
<johnny>
it gets applied during login
10:17
<vbundi>
no I'm using them as thin clients
10:17
<johnny>
so it happens on the server side
10:17
<vbundi>
ohh like a profile thing
10:17
<johnny>
yes.
10:17
that's exactly what it is for
10:17
just make sure you're using the one from sbalnaev's ppa
10:17
<vbundi>
shit I guess I should have read something before I started installing
10:17
<johnny>
not the one in the repos
10:17
<vbundi>
oh
10:17
<johnny>
unless you're using lucid
10:17
i told you that yesterday
10:18
<vbundi>
oh yes, I AM using lucid
10:18
<johnny>
ok.. then you're probably fine
10:18
ask sbalneav for sure tho
10:18
i'm assuming he got the important bits in before that
10:19
<vbundi>
ah, I see he's got lucid packages too
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<komunista>
hi all
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<vbundi>
hi
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<komunista>
please, I want translate the ldm to the slovak, but can't find any instructions about sending, pot update, etc
11:11
can someone point me, please
11:13
<alkisg>
https://code.launchpad.net/~ltsp-upstream/ltsp/ldm-trunk
11:13
The .pot's are there, and to send the po you can file a debian bug - see the other ones there
11:13
(it doesn't matter what distro you actually use)
11:14
E.g. http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=576999
11:14
bbl
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<komunista>
thanks :-)
11:18
I go to read it
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<sverma>
hello
11:24
I have LTSP on Lucid beta and I am seeing TFTP permission errors
11:24
has anyone else seen these?
11:25
I'm seeing the error on a build from last night. Building a new thin client as we speak based on an update this morning
11:27
<_UsUrPeR_>
stgraber: ping?
11:34
<johnny>
hmm.. that reminds me..
11:35
i still can't seem to get nbdswap to work
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<johnny>
how does one get it to work in karmic?
11:41
<sverma>
new build as of this morning. Still getting TFTP access violation
11:41
any hints on where to look ?
11:42
<komunista>
sverma: I tested latest beta ubuntu today (via VBox) and all seems to work OK, but I have custom (manual) LTSP installation
11:43
after installation ltsp-server-standalone, I need manual tftpd-hta installation
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<sverma>
where are the tftpd logs?
11:44
maybe i can look in there
11:44
<johnny>
somebody should ban schily from talking on cdrtools/wodim related bugs
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<johnny>
ah.. i think it works now
11:50
sverma, probably in /var/log/messages if nothing was specified
11:50
<komunista>
/var/log/syslog
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<sverma>
syslog shows bootfile name: /ltsp/i386/pxelinux.0 but I get forbidden directory and tftp error on the client
11:58
I am using dnsmasq instead of dhcpd because I have no control over the campus dhcp server
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<sverma>
I enabled tftp in the /etc/dnsmasq.d/ltsp.conf and uninstalled tftpd-hpa
11:59
it boots now
12:00
<komunista>
yes, dnsmasq has built-in tftp server...
12:00
<sverma>
in karmic, I was using tftpd-hpa and disabled tftp server in dnasmasq, and it worked
12:01
client seems to be sitting at the "ubuntu" logo with five dots...
12:01
well, at least it got this far
12:10
<alkisg>
sverma: replace "quiet splash" with "nomodeset" in pxelinux.cfg/default
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<sverma>
ok
12:13
I get udhcpc: no lease, failing
12:14
I've seen this before on jaunty, I think...
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<Barbosa>
What is the best method to be used to support the stations? VNC, iTALC, vino??
12:25
<sverma>
tried different thin clients, but no luck
12:26
udhcpc continues to loop and fails to discover a dhcp server
12:27
<johnny>
Barbosa, italc if you need that kinda integration
12:28
<Barbosa>
johnny: ok.
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<sverma>
I may have to back up the user data and reinstall from scratch
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<atkuepker>
any good links to discussions of upgrading Ubuntu 9.10 to 10.04?
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<johnny>
ubuntu.com? ubuntu wiki?
13:20
or do you mean in relation to ltsp?
13:22
<atkuepker>
in relation to LTSP. I know it's Beta, but am concerning that the really good "out of box" LTSP5 in 9.10 seems to be badly broken with a live-upgrade to 10.04
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<johnny>
atkuepker, i think it's best to drop the chroot and start over
13:24
that's what i do
13:24
altho.. in the age of local apps.. it might not be best anymore..
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<atkuepker>
sorry. got pulled into a meeting.
13:54
we don't do local apps, but am not happy with Ubuntu over-writing config files with the live upgrade. TFTP is pretty much broken until I get around to manually re-configuring it.
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<johnny>
live upgrade?
13:56
it always asks me if i want to upgrade config files
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and i get teh choice to skip them
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not sure what you're doing :)
13:56
perhaps it requires fixes to the package itself tho
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<atkuepker>
some of them were prompted. /etc/default/tftpd-hpa wasn't =/
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<johnny>
must require a package mod then
13:57
guess you should ask an ubuntu dev if that is the case
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<atkuepker>
oh frabjous joy...
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<johnny>
and if it's supposed to be part oth the package
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file a bug
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and get somebody to fix it
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<atkuepker>
doh. Google had a #ltsp log from a few weeks back where someone reported the same problem.
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I'll see if there's another bug floating out there. I know I hate it when my users file a bunch of duplicates. =)
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<komunista>
alkisg: I am sorry, is this enough, please: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=577705 ?
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<vagrantc>
komunista: i can commit that later today.
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<komunista>
vagrantc: thanks
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<alkisg>
komunista: vagrantc is the right person to ask about localization, he just wasn't around when you asked, that's why I answered instead :)
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<komunista>
OK :-)
14:40
I tested it in virtual machone now, and one small problem is here
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the LDM messages are translated, but the Preferences button not
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IMHO it is about GTK localization dependency...
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<komunista>
in ubuntu 9.04 I have language-pack-gnome-sk-base for this, but this is not installed by default
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<alkisg>
komunista: it's been fixed in Lucid
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the translations of ldm got out of the language packages and are with ldm now
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<komunista>
as I wrote - it is small problem :-)
15:08
the LTSP is wery good job!
15:09* lns_ can't figure out where else he must be logged into freenode at....
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<komunista>
I am using this more than one year...
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<johnny>
lns_, right here?
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must be a ghost ?
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kill your ghosts
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/msg Nickserv HELP
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it'll tell you the options
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<lns_>
johnny: hold on, checking w/the wife at home to see if i still have it open there :)
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<komunista>
:-)
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<lns_>
ah, i love having a wife that knows how to use the shell ;)
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<Lns>
=)
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15:17* Lns is on Debian Lenny LTSP atm
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<Lns>
vagrantc: ^^^ =)
15:18* vagrantc waves
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<Lns>
I'm impressed with the debian backports!
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Even newer versions on some stuff than in Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (gasp!) ;)
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<vagrantc>
of course :)
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<Lns>
I had no idea about backports. I always opted to used a mixed release system..which...didn't always work...out so well
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this is like the best of both worlds
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<komunista>
is the original debian ltsp still without nbd?
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<Lns>
komunista: yes, uses nfs
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i see almost no difference in speed though..debian actually seems faster (though that could be because of the system overall, including my hardware)
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plus the gnome panel drawer applet doesn't lag when you open it! =p been annoyed by that bug for a looooong time
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anyway..i've had some pretty strong coffee this morning so please don't mind my babbling on
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<komunista>
ah, hardware, I calculate the RAM requirements from edubuntu cookbook and then multiply it by 2, but 4 GB RAM is not enough for 15 Gnome machines...
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<Lns>
komunista: sure it is, I'd wager
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<komunista>
then I do not use gnome. I walk throught fluxbox and openbox to fvwm
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for now I am playing with lxde...
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<Lns>
komunista: it really depends on what you're running UNDER gnome, but I would definitely think 4GB is plenty for just 15 terminals
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<komunista>
I am not gnome user, maybe some tunning is needed, but only gnome (any other apps) and cca 3 GB RAM is used
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<komunista>
under light WM it is about 1.2 GB for 15 clients
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<atkuepker>
very nice. We're well over 12GB for 50 with gnome and firefox.
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<Lns>
yikes!! what distros/releases are you all running?
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<vagrantc>
komunista: lxde rocks!
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first desktop environment to support LTSP shutdown/reboot :)
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very lightweight.
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<komunista>
vagrantc: wow , how I can shutdown from LXDE, please?
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<vagrantc>
only with the latest version of lxsession, 0.4.4
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<komunista>
I trying only 0.4.3, backported to the 9.04
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only one problem with lxpanel I found - the menu-cached not exits on logout...
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but small cron script solve this :-)
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<vbundi>
I rebuilt my chroot and now my clients are not getting lts.conf, getltsconf -a shows nothing
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<komunista>
and lts.conf exists?
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<vbundi>
yes
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<alkisg>
vbundi: that usually is a problem with the dhcp "boot filename" option, as the ltsp initramfs scripts look for lts.conf in the same location where the bootfile is
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<vbundi>
oh weird
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what's it supposed to be /opt/ltsp/arch/boot/pxelinux.0
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in my dhcp I have filename /ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0
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but on the system, locate pxelinux.0 shows a different path
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<alkisg>
/var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/<arch>/pxelinux.0
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and lts.conf on the same directory
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Can you post your /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf?
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<vbundi>
ohh I guess that would make sense, /var/lib/tftboot/ is the tftp root, and filename /ltsp/amd/pxelinux.0
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my dhcp server is on another machine, I'm using the next-server option... I had it working until I wrecked it.... one sec I"ll get it for ya
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<vbundi>
http://pastebin.org/149837
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that's the line I pass to my client
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<alkisg>
Yeah looks good. Do you see anything in daemon.log? I.e. tftp misses?
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<vbundi>
yikes, got a got of ldminfod[1975]: connect from 192.168.1.23 (192.168.1.23)
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I think that terminal probably wasn't rebooted when I redid things and rebooted the server etc
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brb
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<komunista>
bye
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<vbundi>
alkisg: http://pastebin.com/DYYGAuSX
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alkisg: /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/amd64/lts.conf http://pastebin.org/149846
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<alkisg>
vbundi: which ubuntu version is that?
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<vbundi>
lucid
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<alkisg>
can you add --verbose to TFTP_OPTIONS in /etc/default/tftpd-hpa, and then restart tftpd?
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<vbundi>
ok
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TFTP_OPTIONS="--secure --verbose"?
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<alkisg>
Yup
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Then look at daemon.conf, you should be seeing the requests, e.g.:
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Apr 14 01:18:19 alkis in.tftpd[5953]: RRQ from 10.160.31.10 filename /ltsp/i386/lts.conf
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<vbundi>
aha!
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Apr 13 16:19:04 ubuntuServer in.tftpd[9055]: RRQ from 192.168.1.20 filename /ltsp/amd64//lts.conf
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double /
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<alkisg>
Hmmm....
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<vbundi>
I don't see where my typo would be though
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<alkisg>
No, that would be code
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<vbundi>
ah
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<alkisg>
Is it a recent installation?
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I.e. you didn't install alpha1 or such, right?
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<vbundi>
I did install alpha1 and have been upgrading it since... however... I screwed up my chroot today and rebuilt it
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I'm using straber's repo
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<alkisg>
It shouldn't make any difference, lucid has more recent versions than stgrabers repo right now afaik
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<vbundi>
oh
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<alkisg>
Can you put break=init in pxelinux.cfg/default ?
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<vbundi>
yeah where does it go again
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<alkisg>
append ro initrd=initrd.img nomodeset break=init
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(or something like that)
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<atkuepker>
I got my test server with karmic working with beta2. seems to be ok once I hand-configured the TFTP service was overwritten.
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<vbundi>
alkisg: alright. done.. (didn't have nomodeset in there tho)
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<alkisg>
vbundi: now, reboot the client, you'll get a busybox shell. cat /tmp/net-eth0.conf and paste the filename line there
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<vbundi>
filename='/ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0'
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<alkisg>
hmmm....
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<vbundi>
yeah...
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<alkisg>
grep tftppath /scripts/ltsp_nbd
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<vbundi>
I have to run for a bit, I might have to bug you tomorrow
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<alkisg>
tftppath="$(echo "$filename" | sed -n 's,\"*\(.*/\)[^/]*,\1,p')"
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Do you see that line? ^^
17:28
<vbundi>
yes
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<alkisg>
ok
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<vbundi>
oh wait
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the next line is i386 though
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no reference to amd64 only i386
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echo "get${tftppath:-/ltsp/i386}...
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<alkisg>
vbundi: no that's not the problem, it's the line that I pasted
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OK, I'll have a look at it, talk to you tomorrow
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<vbundi>
thanks for the help
17:30
<alkisg>
np
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<alkisg>
vbundi: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Eltsp-upstream/ltsp/ltsp-trunk/revision/1731/client/initramfs/scripts/ltsp_nbd
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<alkisg>
Try putting that change to your ltsp_nbd, and update your initramfs & ltsp-kernels...
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<johnny>
hmm.. anybody seen an issue with karmic in which the volume starts automatically lowering itself?
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i've seen this with mplayer and exaile
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so weird..
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<atkuepker>
I wish it would quit resetting itself to 70% on ours at each login.
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especially considering that 15% is quite enough for the onboard speaker in our Compaq terminals
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<johnny>
atkuepker, you can set that
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in lts.conf
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