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Channel log from 15 August 2010   (all times are UTC)

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<Cubber>
I just setup ltsp on a gentoo server and when I went to boot the client I keep getting an error when it goes to mount the NFS root. "mount: RPC: Unable to send; errno = Network is unreachable. This is on a virtualbox client for testing.
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I can mount the nfs share on another linux PC just fine
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<johnny>
check your logs
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also, make sure your have your network module available in the initramfs
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that's the one major problem with gentoo ltsp support..
14:57
it's a gsoc project tho
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so hopefully it's about done now
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<Cubber>
ok will check thanks
14:59
what logs would I check for that, since the client isnt booted yet its not sending anything to the server for logs via syslog-ng
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<johnny>
server
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not that i know where nfs logs to.. but i'm sure it's somewhere
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<Cubber>
got it by using the intel pro MT server nic instead of pcfast in virtualbox settings for the client
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<johnny>
as i said.. network module
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tha'ts in the ltsp instructions to add your network module
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you have to rebuild the initramfs
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it sucks because genkernel sucks
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<Cubber>
hmm not sure what the default root password is though from the auto client setup
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<johnny>
which is why we want to use dracut
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there is none
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you obviously haven't read the regular ltsp documentation
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<Cubber>
going by the gentoo docs
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<johnny>
there's a setting in lts.conf to add an open terminal
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you still have to read the upstream docs for lts.conf and whatnot
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<Cubber>
yah I was just trying to get the server set and a client booted first before I went and tweaked it more
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<johnny>
if you want a root password you have to chroot in and set it yourself
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otherwuse you set the SCREEN_02=shell
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in lts.conf
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those gentoo docs were pretty butchered last is aw
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saw
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nobody came and asked me how to do it right
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<Cubber>
ahh the quickstart app in gentoo said it set one but I guess I need to do further investigating.
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<johnny>
and i'm the one who wrote it :)
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so the doc is probably pretty fail
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<Cubber>
this one http://flowledge.nl/gentoo/ltsp/
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<johnny>
never even heard of it
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<Cubber>
the regular gentoo docs dont work at all because ltsp is not in portage need to use an overlay now
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<johnny>
those docs were for ltsp 4 probably
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<Cubber>
well I got a client booted in virtualbox just with a terminal login prompt so its a start
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<johnny>
yes.. i'm the one who created all that Cubber
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<Cubber>
ahh ok
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<johnny>
i mean the ltsp5 code
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but nobody asked me how to actually use it before going off and writing docs
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:(
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and i don't have gentoo anymore, (my laptop isn't fast enough and i gave away my desktop)
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<Cubber>
want me to be the first? lol
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<johnny>
so it's hard for me to know what's the best
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well yes, i'm always looking for people to help
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<Cubber>
well the remote logging is not working atm since my /var/log/remote dir is empty
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<johnny>
there's also docs on the gentoo wiki.. that i sorta fixed.. i wonder if they stayed fixed..
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/var/log/remote ? wtf is that :)
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<Cubber>
check out that doc on the syslong-ng part
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so that the client logs to the server in /var/log/remote
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<johnny>
i assume that's where they tell you to use syslog-ng to log remotely :(
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<Cubber>
yes
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<johnny>
fial fail fail docs
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:(
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booooo
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<Cubber>
ok so can you point me in the right direction where I can get some good information on how to get this all working correctly? Get myself booted to my x session and have sound and all that happy stuff working?
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<johnny>
there's no need for unionfs
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<johnny>
so. you got booted to a terminal?
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<Cubber>
I did the auto client build
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<johnny>
yes, as you well should have
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<Cubber>
yah I have a terminal window up
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<johnny>
terminal window?
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<Cubber>
personally I would love to gut the kernel since its a genkernel one from that build and just takes forever to load, but thats after I get everything straightened out on the server
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well not window its a virtualbox session that just booted to the terminal login
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not LDM
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<johnny>
the taking forever to load isn't cuz of the kernel
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<Cubber>
all the modules
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that load in the start
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<johnny>
it's cuz of the terrible serial module loading
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isntead of paralleo
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parallel
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that's why dracut is so important
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so.. what happens if you try to startx ?
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<Cubber>
I need to be able to login first it wont accept a blank root password
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<johnny>
knipwim, what's with all the fail docs
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Cubber, i told you.. set it in the chroot :)
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my guess is that your auto client installation did not complete
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<Cubber>
it said it completed sucessfully
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<johnny>
quickstart lies sometimes
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<Cubber>
need to chroot into the system on the server
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<johnny>
yes
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<Cubber>
ok in
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<johnny>
now startx
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<Cubber>
startx yeilds a LTSP.org splash screen with a username box
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<johnny>
just to see
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ah really.. that's a suprise
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rc-status
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after killing that X session
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<Cubber>
ok when I try to log in I get no response from server restarting
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<johnny>
did you use an account you're not already logged in as?
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you must use another account
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also, you do have a desktop environment on the server that provides a /usr/share/xsessions file?
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<Cubber>
oh no I am logged in
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as that on the server
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<johnny>
don't
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create a new account
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<Cubber>
what if I just log out
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<johnny>
just create a new account
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it's better that way
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<Cubber>
ok user created and added to the same groups as my normal user
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same error no response from server... restarting
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<johnny>
well now you should have a log on the server
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check your ssh logs first
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<Cubber>
do I need to update keys?
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<johnny>
not unless you changed your server ip
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<Cubber>
my sshd_config is strict and requires keys
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<johnny>
unstrict it for now
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<Cubber>
and I only have a key generated for my normal user and that is the only user that can log into the system via ssh
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<johnny>
i don't know if that's possible with ltsp or not
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ah.. yes
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<Cubber>
should be
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<johnny>
you have to put a key for the client root user
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since the connection is made by the client root
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<Cubber>
and I deny all root connections
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<johnny>
sure, don't login as root
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disable the strict stuff and see if to works
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<Cubber>
do I need to add a user on the ltsp chroot?
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or just the server?
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<johnny>
then you can try to make it work after
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no
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server only
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<Cubber>
ok different error now it logged me in but gave me a black screen with connection refused then brought me back to login
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and if I try to log in as my user who is logged in I get a box on my screen on the server saying that anothe rwindow manager is in use and I need to close that one
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<johnny>
that's why i told you not to do it
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<Cubber>
yah had to test though
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I just canceled the window on the other scren
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<johnny>
and even if you had gotten it.. then things like firefox would fail
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<Cubber>
gotcha
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so on the user I created for this it says verifying password then moves on but then gets to a black scren that says connection refused
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<johnny>
connection refused, does your server logs say anything about this?
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was it from X? or from ssh?
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<Cubber>
/var/log/messages shows ssh connecting for the user then closing
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all within about a second
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<johnny>
well are you within a terminal on the client still?
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<Cubber>
just the startx
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<johnny>
try ssh -X youruser@server xterm
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oh.. yeah.. get out of startx :)
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<Cubber>
Warning: untrusted X11 forwarding setup failed: xauth key data not generated
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Warning: No xauth data; using fake authentication data for X11 forwarding.
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bash: xterm: command not found
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I have ssh X forwarding working in my strict config
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ok I just got firefox to work with ssh -Y user@server firefox
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had to enable x11 forwarding in the config
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bam! e16 is on the screen!
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in the virtualbox
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but I think I need to read up cause I have no mouse clicking lol
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well I have right click but left is not working
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<johnny>
did it prompt you to accept the server's key fingerprint?
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that's an error to ldm
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if so, then you do have to run ltsp-update-sshkeys
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<Cubber>
nope it just worked when I logged in
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but prolly will have to do that when I go back to my strict config
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<johnny>
ok, now reboot your client
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<Cubber>
I rebooted the client and now its giving me the damn fail on nfs again
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<johnny>
what did you do to fix it last time?
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<Cubber>
selected the Intel PRO/1000 MT server nic which is set
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<johnny>
i never could get that option to stick
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<Cubber>
so my server is working correctly, this is just client config stuff I take it right?
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<johnny>
maybe they fixed vbox for that
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maybe..
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not 100% sure yet
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still could be bits of both
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you do need to make sure teh client config has all the nics you want
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<Cubber>
yah I may just rebuild the kernel manually
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<johnny>
probably bst to just compile them in
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well.. don't do it manually, as it won't build the initramfs
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but do you use the --menuconfig option
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<Cubber>
genkernel --install --menuconfig all
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<johnny>
yes
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<Cubber>
is what I ment
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<johnny>
cool
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<Cubber>
in the chroot
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<johnny>
yeah.. do that .. easier until we switch to dracut
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gsoc is almost over, so hopefully it's done now
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<Cubber>
well at least I am stepping in the right direction , mostly doing this to learn right now but have plans to purchase a few thin clients once I get it working right
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now if I want to update the client I have to do all that in the chroot right? Since the LTSP login is readonly?
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<johnny>
yes
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ubuntu uses nbd instead of nfs
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so for ubuntu you must ltsp-update-image
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eventually gentoo will over nbd as well.. ocne again.. depending on dracut
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when i get a new laptop i'll at least be able to setup ltsp for gentoo again..
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atm 1gb ram and 5400rpm hard drive doesn't cut it for gentoo..
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on a pentium-m 1.5ghz
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that's one of the reasons i switched to fedora
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<Cubber>
nice
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what is the best option to set processor family to in the kernel for a kernel that can be used by multiple devices?
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<johnny>
Cubber, generic
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if you mean multiple devices that are not ppc
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or not arm
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they should all be x86 of some kind
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<Cubber>
genernel defaults to pentium pro
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I just left it at that since tht is what the livecd would use
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its building the modules now
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when I chroot into that for maintenance from the server do I need to mount proc or dev like I would in a regular gentoo install? Or just do the chroot /opt/ltsp/x86 , env-update, source etc-profile stuff?
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<johnny>
depends on what you're maintenancing
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probably best to stick with the first way you mentioned
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just remember to unmount :)
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<Cubber>
yup
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I did not do that to build the kernel just chrooted
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seems to be ok
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still compiling
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<johnny>
i had a couple of times where i would rm -rf /opt/ltsp/x86 without umounting and kill all my binary packages :(
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i should include a wrapper script ltsp-enter-chroot
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so it'll umount all the stuff if you exit cleanly
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<Cubber>
that would be spiffy
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<johnny>
i think debian/ubuntu could use the same
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it's just that i only developed ltsp5 for gentoo so i could understand how ltsp worked
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i don't actually have time to be the maintainer :(
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but so far.. nobody really wants to be one
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<Cubber>
yah time is hard to come by
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<johnny>
i'll try to clear up some time to get dracut working with ltsp in a couple weeks, once all the gsoc stuff is over
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should solve the problems most people have
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<Cubber>
so if I am getting this correctly when the user logs on via ltsp and they pull up an x session it actually stores their data in their home directory ont he server?
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so the home dir is writable for the user?
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<johnny>
yes
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<Cubber>
and that is the only writable place correct?
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<johnny>
no.. there are some temporary writable places on the client
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/var/run/ldm , /etc/resolv.conf, and a few other places
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<Cubber>
so if I want to add a ltsp user I just add an account on the server and backup thier /home/ directorys on the server itself not the chroot
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<johnny>
take a look in the conf.d file if you are curious
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i use tmpfs and bind mounts.. which is why all that mess about union mount patched kernels is nonsense at that doc you showed me
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unionfs patched kernels i mean
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<Cubber>
gotcha
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<johnny>
we'll use a better solution than tmpfs as soon as union mounts ever make it into mainline
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both of the popular solutions have been rejected from mainline kernel acceptance
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uniofs and aufs
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in favor of the future union mounts
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but yes, just add users to the server
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<Cubber>
cool
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<johnny>
if you really want the most stable ltsp setup.. you should probably use ubuntu tho btw.. :)
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that's why i use at my store
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<Cubber>
after I get all this working right I have to get the pulseaudio configuration working correctly ont he server so my clients can have sound
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<johnny>
mostly because they were already using ubuntu, but ltsp5 was first started for ubuntu
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you shouldn't have to do anything except on the server
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<Cubber>
yah but you don't learn nothing using ubuntu
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<johnny>
otherwise there's a bug in the build client script
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yeah.. that's why i built ltsp :)
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so i could learn how ubuntu's ltsp worked
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<Cubber>
yah need to get my server making sound though, gentoo and pulseaudio are a bit buggy, I bagged it a long time ago in favor of jack but since ltsp depends on it it snuck back in
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<johnny>
i took bits from fedora, debian, and ubuntu configs
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pulseaudio was fine on gentoo last i checked
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jack and pulseaudio are not the same.. the aren't meant for the same purposes
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<Cubber>
yah I have a recording studio
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<johnny>
please do not use jack in replacmenet for pulseaudio
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<Cubber>
that is why I use jack
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<johnny>
ah!
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<Cubber>
ardour etc
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<johnny>
yes.. that's what jack should be used for :)
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<Cubber>
booting new kernel
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but the rest of my pcs just use alsa
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<johnny>
i've heard you can tie them toether
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ah.. i love pulseaudio
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screw that alsa crap :)
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i'm over it
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pulse is so much better
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after they ironed the bugs out 2 years ago that is :)
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i mean.. pulse over alsa with dmix that is
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<Cubber>
crap that did not work still getting the nfs error and I built the driver in
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ohhhh
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wait
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never copied the kernel to the tftpboot
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wondering why all the modules I stripped are still loading lol
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can those be symlinks or do they need to be hard files?
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tada
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that worked
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and it is loading much MUCH FASTER
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damn genkernel
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/usr/share/ltsp/ltps_config: line 115: /var/cache/ltsp/ltsp_config: No such file or directory
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make it?
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<johnny>
hmm.. that's a new one to me
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i'm not sure what should be in there
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<Cubber>
/etc/mtab is not updatable
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these are all boot errors on the client
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hmm trying to get my ssh to connect with the key config but it does not wanna work. There has to be a way
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I got my root user working so I can ssh from my linux laptop to my server as root now with a key
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tried to add the key to the /root/.ssh/ folder on the chroot
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figuring that would work but it still rejects the connection
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just basic public/private key pair authentication
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for ssh
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<johnny>
you will need to add that private key to all your users
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<Cubber>
I use the same key to all users
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I only have the root user setup in teh chroot
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no other users were created
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<johnny>
sure, but you need to copy the private key to each user
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<Cubber>
on teh server all users have .ssh folders with the same key files
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<johnny>
ah ok
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sorry.. i got my keys confused
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<Cubber>
so for my server to accept an incomming ssh connection I need a private key that has a public on the server
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and I do not use a password cause the key is the only way in
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brb gotta go check on wife and baby
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<Cubber>
back got about another hour to fart with this
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hmm now I cant even get in with the default sshd config
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got it forgot to enable x11 forwarding in the default config again
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as for the syslog-ng stuff , my server uses syslog-ng but it looks like the client was autobuilt with something else
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I think ultimately I just need to bag the quickstart crap and just build my own custom chroot install
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wow firefox is fast!
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sweet audio just works!
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using audacious right now, pulseaudio works well on the ltsp but has my server sound bugged lol
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<johnny>
no.. don't bag it :) better to help us move to catalyst or something
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<Cubber>
ahh ok
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well I am still gonna build a custom gentoo install I think
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well the only difference really is the kernel right? and a few installed packages
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which I could just unmerge and emerge the ones I want in the existing chroot to fix it
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Eterm doesnt work through ltsp?
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<johnny>
hmm?
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<Cubber>
bah its the only terminal client I got installed
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<johnny>
i know xterm works
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and gnome-terminal
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<Cubber>
I keep my stuff lightweight
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<johnny>
boo
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e is dead to me
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<Cubber>
xterm will do
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<johnny>
as soon as they started building their own libraries
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<Cubber>
gnome is dead to me lol
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<johnny>
i knew it was over
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<Cubber>
I like e16
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<johnny>
fail fail fail
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<Cubber>
that is what I use
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<johnny>
e16 is too old
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if you're gonna be all silly about this
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use awesome
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<Cubber>
yah but I like minimal and I wrote a lot of custom scripts to do what I want my desktops to do
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<johnny>
and skip e*
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<Cubber>
I tried awsome
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didnt like it
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<johnny>
then you failed :)
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lua scripting is great
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beats e*
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thing is.. you don't get great desktop integration with either
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<Cubber>
I like my bash
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<johnny>
that's why i switched to fedora
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bash is ok.. for cli stuff..
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not for scripting
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<Cubber>
see I like the terminal that is why I don't really care about my desktop
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<johnny>
lua is better
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<Cubber>
it does not need to automate anything for me cause I do it all in the terminal anyway
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<johnny>
i use my terminal and web browser.. that's about all
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but i love plugging in a device and have it automatically owrk
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codecs getting installed if i want
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all that stuff
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automatically
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computers shoul do the work for me
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that's why they are fast
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and i'm not :)
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total control over a system gets boring
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<Cubber>
hehe
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<johnny>
better to build things tha are of value to people who aren't me
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that's why i use gnome.. but spend most of my time in terminal or web browser
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<Cubber>
makes sense
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<johnny>
otherwise it's just banshee for audio
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or gst123 on the cli
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<Cubber>
I got my shit the way I want it and simplified everything with scripts that autmate most of the stuff for me
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<johnny>
that's basically what i do
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oh.. and gajim
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<Cubber>
so its the way I want it so I can build other shit and not fight my WM
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<johnny>
i use an xmpp server
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and transports
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<Cubber>
ok back to trying to figure out the ssh key shit
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<johnny>
so i connect to irc, aim, xmpp, all from one place..
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with the server doing the heavy lifting
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<Cubber>
works fine with no security
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<johnny>
well if you know enough about keys, it should work
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if you put things in the right place
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<Cubber>
what irc client do you use? irssi here in my terminal
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<johnny>
i use gajim
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in one window mode
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irssi is too fail for xmpp
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xmpp is my primary mode of communication.. irc is just for open source projects
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<Cubber>
ever user has a .ssh file with the keys that the server expects for that user
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<johnny>
so.. from the terminal, can you login with ssh?
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to that user
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<Cubber>
yah on my laptop
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that is how I do it
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<johnny>
no.. try it from the terminal
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the console, not the logged in usr
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<Cubber>
from the ltsp machine?
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<johnny>
also.. if you're using e* you don't get local device integration that works very wel
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from your client
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the console on the client
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<Cubber>
k let me revert my ssh config
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<johnny>
so just keep using server
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not as in.. my server ip.. but really.. the word server
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as that's in /etc/hosts
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<Cubber>
i run dns
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bind
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<johnny>
so .. $user@server
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doesn't matter
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it expects server
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bind? hah :)
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i used dnsmasq
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kicks the pants of bind for local networks
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before i got rid of all my computers
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<Cubber>
I can ssh to the server by ip fine
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<johnny>
now i just an off the shelf router rooted
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<Cubber>
oh
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<johnny>
and my laptop.. that's it :)
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<Cubber>
wait
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wait
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I just hit it by name and it needed me to add it to the list of known hosts
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<johnny>
i told you tho.. don't do that.. do it as said, if you want to replicate the issue :)
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<Cubber>
thats prolly it
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<johnny>
dude.. that's what i'm saying
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<Cubber>
so the server name is meatwad.purpletoad
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<johnny>
i said that before as well
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no!
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<Cubber>
that is how I had to do it
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<johnny>
please do what i said
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if you get a prompt when doing ssh YOURUSER@server from the console
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<Cubber>
so the word server not my servers dns name
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<johnny>
then you need to run ltsp-update-sshkeys afterall
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yes..
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<Cubber>
could not resolve hostname server
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<johnny>
cat /etc/hosts
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<Cubber>
nm
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I was sshd into my first session and didnt exit
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if I just do ssh server as root it works
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ssh user@server works as well
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<johnny>
ok
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<Cubber>
the user I use to log in
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<johnny>
no prompt?
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<Cubber>
so the keys are working
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no
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<johnny>
ok..
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so.. now it's just the ldm login that doesn't work?
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<Cubber>
just on the one I did the actual name for
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correct
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<johnny>
work with keys i mean
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<Cubber>
correct
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<johnny>
hmm.. we're gonna need an ldm expert here
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sunday is one of the worst days for this channel
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<Cubber>
I only got 15 mins I can try again another night
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at least I know it is working just need to get around this issue
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<johnny>
usually it's only activee during (estimated) 0600 GMT - 1800 GMT monday - friday
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otherwse you only run into a few people
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like myself
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so, if you can, come bakc tomorow
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and i'll point you who to talk to
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<Cubber>
so is it safe to say in terms of ltsp my server is configured correctly, however if I want to user stricter ssh rules I need to make some changes
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<johnny>
maybe ..
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maybe i did something wrong :)
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but since i don't have a box to test with, it's hard to tell
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<Cubber>
I prolly wont be around tommorow is there a mailing list I can join?
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<johnny>
thus i'd rather ask one of the people who acutally develop on it or work with it more frequently
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<Cubber>
would prolly make this easier
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<johnny>
sure
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!ltsp-discuss
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<ltspbot>
johnny: "ltsp-discuss" :: at https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ltsp-discuss
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<Cubber>
until I can get back on
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<johnny>
keep your question generic
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just ask, is it possible to use ldm with keys, and if so, what options do i have to set
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Cubber, i'd appreciate it if you wanted to get more involved.. so think about it :)
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especially in integrating dracut and dropping genkernel initrd
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that would be the bestest
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<Cubber>
johnny I do this project really interests me as a programmer and IT consultant
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and I only use gentoo as an OS
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I subscribed to the list
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do I just send an email to ltsp-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net to post?
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I will just start a thread with the sshd and LDM question
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<nenn3>
Hello, how would i go about running a script when a user logs in?
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its a ubuntu lucid lynx ltsp
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<Cubber>
johnny ssh keys are working now
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johnny no idea what happend but it just started working. Maybe because i restarted the virtualbox application rather than just the virtual machine
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johnny that is the only difference between what I have been trying and what made it work
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<johnny>
or magic
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<Cubber>
yes magic
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ok I gotta go thanks for the help tonight and I will pop in the next night I have free
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<nenn3>
how do i run scripts at login?
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