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|01:29||* vagrantc ponders a moment LTSPManual Chapter 27.|
Updating your LTSP chroot
"First make sure the Client environment has the same Package lists as the Server, to achieve that, you will copy the /etc/apt/sources.list (on Debian and Ubuntu) or the /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo file from the Server to the Client environment. "
the chroot's sources should already be configured...
or is it talking about upgrading to a new release?
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anybody online to help me today please?
HAve a dhcp router
Am using ltsp-server and dnsmasq as per fat client how-to
can get as far as booting but then gets new lease for a diff Ip than the one it booted with, and then I get HANGUP Negotiation failed.
I cannot seem to get around this and I have tried lots and lots of things to do.
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Hola a todo el mundo
alguien me podria ayudar
soy nuevo aki
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porfavor que alguien corfime que lo que escrivo se esta viendo
es que no se si tengo que registrarme algun sitio
por favor que alguien diga algo
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davemir: en ingleis?
there are some spanish speakers here, but in general this is in english.
vagrantc: use a LSTP?
davemir: i do most of the development for Debian.
LTSP development for Debian
I use ubuntu
my problem is...
I can't run the ltsp-manager
i think ltsp-manager is unmaintained...
there is another option
is that I am still very novice manual
davemir: what are you trying to do?
I'm doing a project for my school
implement a terminal server at school and recycle old pc
and the other
davemir: where at?
applications run only on the LTSP server
i don't understand
davemir: where is your school?
de donde eres?
soy de Catalonia
sorry for my english
no problem :)
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davemir: i think with ubuntu the recommended method is to use the alternate install CD and select the LTSP option from the menu.
I have it installed and this option
do you have specific problems?
i have many problems
well, start with one, and we'll see what we can do
at this time
have one installed with the ubuntu alternate method ltsp installed from the beginning
I installed virtualbox will make me thin client
I configured with graphical interface
I do not want to do manual
so I wanted to use the ltsp-manager
shouldn't require much configuration
It does not work
or so that fact is sufficient
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vagrantc: for you should not touch anything or do you?
davemir: you shouldn't *need* to change things. i'm not sure how broken ltsp-manager is
You know some other option?
the only option is to manually
as far as i know.
when I have started the thin client
From what I understood the thin client would not be able to install anything or do you?
though you can install packages into the thin client environment from the server.
my problem is
thin client I can install from the openoffice, etc.
This may be the cause
you normally just install programs on the server.
the thin client connects to the server, and programs are executed on the server, not the thin client.
that's what I would have to be but is not
now let me say that I am very beginner with servers and linux
may be because users are not created yet?
you do need to create users on the server, yes.
adduser from the commandline should work, but there's probably a graphical tool for ubuntu
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vagrantc: in serious ubuntu system after adminstración and users and groups
It would be here
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vagrantc: yes o no?
davemir: i don't know ubuntu... i use the command line on debian systems.
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I could explain all the steps as in the console to create users for the thin client?
adduser $USERNAME ; adduser $USERNAME fuse
where $USERNAME is the name of the user you want to add.
davemir, also you can read http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-linux-add-user-use-adduser-command/
davemir, also in Ubuntu you can go to System -> Administration -> Users and Groups - it should be fairly self explanatory
but I have to choose which profile for the thin client
davemir, when you add users to the server, you log in with them on the thin client
there is no difference
but my problem is...
The thin client can install programs you do not have to do
davemir, are you talking about localapps?
I don't know
davemir, pretend that the thin clients are just monitors/keyboards/mice running from the server
you do everything on the server
I am very beginner even in this
you don't have to worry about the thin clients software, they boot from the network
davemir, you should check out this wiki for ubuntu LTSP: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP
it has a lot of documentation to help you get started
I have to go but do read the pages on that wiki
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thank you very much
or I have to create users for localapps or no?
Lns: or I have to create users for localapps or no?
davemir: if you are a newbie, then you should NOT be using local apps yet. that is advanced and you probably don't need it
Lns: So where to start
lns is gone. he had to leave
davemir: what is your native language?
jammcq: So where to start
sorry, I'm not much help
but you should just do a normal install, on the Ubuntu wiki
my language is catalan and spanish
thanks for trying
vagranc, Lns: I read the links and if I have any questions back here
vagranc, Lns, jammcq: thanks for everything
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jammcq, when you moved the ltsp wiki away from twiki, was it purely because of the 'security' of spam showing up or did you imply other twiki specific security issues?
over the years, I got alot of people telling me they didn't like twiki.
not sure why, I always liked it
but I figured that mediawiki was pretty good, so I went towards that
unfortunately, mediawiki is harder to use, and the setup at sourceforge isn't great
I use twiki on a very small scale, i tried almost all of them i could find
i like the file upload functionality, and generally the way it's laid out
very clean imho
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How can I correct a dbus failure from gnome-keyring-daemon?
I log into a client, it authenticates successfully, then kicks back to login screen. On server, in auth.log, I see gnome-keyring-daemon: dbus failure unregistering
ok, maybe it's compiz. How can I disable compiz on LTSP clients?
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what did i do.. :(
fat clietns don't login once i setup a new one
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