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anyone know why my NIC (Broadcom BCM5780 w/tg3 driver) isn't working in lucid but works fine in debian 5?
As a thin client? Or on a standalone pc?
this is going to be the thin client server
So, it isn't working when you boot that pc as a thin client? Or when you boot a normal, installed ubuntu?
i just installed ubuntu ltsp server on this server with the card. it couldnt configure it during the install, and post-install i still cant get it going
but i tried the debian installer and it worked fine
would the ubuntu server iso be better than using the ubuntu alternate?
well this really sucks
sudo lspci -vv -nn | less => see under your card which module it uses
just fyi i'm getting "recieve_packet failed network is down" when trying dhclient on the interface
the NIC is orange too, not green, but i know the cable/switch are fine. the debian installer had no prob
Ah, so the module is loaded but then it fails? hmm well that's beyond my module skills :)
yeah the tg3 module like i said above
and the newest one on broadcom's site is from march, so you'd think it would be up to date
|09:16||* alkisg has BCM5787M and it's working fine...|
dhclient also says "SIOCSIFFLAGS: Function not implemented"
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added a pci-X nic and it works no problem. gonna see if updates help i guess
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alkisg: i think i'm having some irq issues
i see "disabling irq X" in the logs all over
and i dont think ive had to troubleshoot irq issues in 10 years
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alkisg: make anything of this? http://pastebin.com/j9HSZRvM
No, no idea. Did you try what it proposes? "(try booting with the "irqpoll" option)"
(i.e. press e on grub...)
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alkisg: if you are curious, BIOS upgrade took care of it!
that was frustrating to say the least
haha, when all else fails - UPGRADE! right?
|10:45||* alkisg hates hardware/pci/bios problems, has had too big a share of those :-/|
for me one thing is fixed and two break
yeah i have days like that for sure
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stgraber: could we put ltsp-chroot to /usr/sbin like debian does?
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Is there any reason I should look to try to implement nx into ltsp booting? I have a coworker stating we should try to use nx to use lees bandwidth per client. Is this doable?
rad4Christ: are you having bandwidth problems? another solution would be to run fat clients
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thunsucker: actuallty, still testing the server. I havent' even rolled it out to a full lab. that's why I was wondering before I go into finding out how.
I'm planning to run fat clients with FF and OOo running locally.
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rad4Christ, you need to access the server from distance?
on the wan?
rad4Christ: how many clients you going to have?
This will all be on LAN, running 115 clients loadbalanced on 4 servers.
Initially, testing will be on 25 clients on one server until I've got it all worked out.
rad4Christ: honestly I would skip the nx, don't think it's intended for lan
We're replacing all labs in a public MS/HS, so we're really stoked, but want to get it right.
This is what we're using: http://aceraspirerevo.com/
nx is great across the wan..but there is so much squashing and inflating in nx it takes its toll
rad4Christ it even have a remote control, cool
There's a $20 mount to mount these to the back of an LCD, making them pretty ideal for MS/HS labs and libraries.
Also, on Ubuntu 10.04 I cannot find a lts.conf file.
Is it not used/created by default?
rad4Christ: if not, it's not required
Well, is there anywhereI can download a sample one for LTSP5 so I can play with the settings?
lts.conf has been optional for quite some time
the *only* reason it's still included is people panic when it's not there.
its not included in default 10.04
ive had to create it manually every time
rad:thers hould be an lts_parameters zipped file there somewhere..used to be
rad4Christ: I would start here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ltsp/files/Docs-Admin-Guide/LTSPManual.pdf/download
denisesball: you can also run `man lts.conf` and see the commands there.
alkisg: i know, i wasnt asking, just letting vagrantc know its not there so people panic
denisesball: sorry, I meant to post that for rad4Christ.
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maybe it would be a good idea to include a blank one
i think so
that says #I'm blank by default :) but feel free to edit me
termserver1:~$ man lts.conf
No manual entry for lts.conf
sudo apt-get install ltsp-docs
alkisg: "lts.conf" :: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/lts.conf
or that ^^^
(i think that package should also be downloaded by default)
Hmm yeah it'd be a good idea to file a bug report to get it to "recomments" of ltsp-server.
i've never used ltsp prior to 5.2 and i had no problem folowing the documentation. i created lts.conf without wondering
maybe you should clarify this in 4 to 5 transition
even people who started with ltsp5 hesitate to create something fresh rather than simply edit something that's already there.
definitely, i would assume im just looking in the wrong place
Thanks guys! One last thing for today.
for localapps, do I still need to create custom shortcuts in order to tell the client to run it locally, or if it is install lcally to the image, will it automatically run locally?
rad4Christ: there's an lts.conf option to automatically enable it in xdg menus, which gnome uses
LOCALAPPS_MENU or some such
i had to make a custom shortcut for my local apps
vagrantc: basically like this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/LTSPLocalAppsJaunty
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i haven't really used it anywhere, merely set it up to test that it works on debian
man lts.conf ==. LOCAL_APPS_MENU: boolean, default False
Thanks for the help, now off to another client!
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What's up my homies?
Hmmm, looks like Gadi and ogra are the only nicks I recognize. LOL
#xfce hasn't been helpful so far. Anyone here know how to eliminate the desktop icons for all users of an LTSP server on Xubuntu?
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