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Anyone using konversation in ltsp ?
I dont know why but the setting are not getting persistent after the user logs out from the client screen (fat-client)
Where does it store its settings? In $HOME or in some obscure /var/* directory?
after scanning I think its $HOME but not sure
Urm wait, so if the user logs out and then logs back in on the same fat client without rebooting, the settings are lost?
Is that with sshfs or nfs?
i think that is sshfs
Right... maybe konversation has problems with it. Try running it from the command line and watch for any errors/warnings
hmm ok wll try
alkisg: The message pops up as could not lock file
Trixboxer: see the paragraph about some apps using locks which doesn't work with sshfs on this wiki page:
alkisg: "fatclients" :: You may find some info about the Ubuntu/LTSP implementation of fat clients at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/FatClients
If konversation is one of them, either a workaround or NFS would be needed
:9 again NFS
I think I must take it seriously and fire it up :)
i've been thining about nfs also.
yeah I'm just checking the link provided by alki**
is anyone running openindiana with ltsp? or given it any thought? i might try to do it.. but i know i will fail misrably if it's too different than ubuntu :)
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Is it possible a wifi boot?
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uzi, yes, but your gone :)
AndyGraybeal: Have you tried ?
I started working for it using gPXE but left due to some other emergencies
no, but i read all you need is a wifi router hooked up to your ethernet
i think i asked in here a while back about it, and i read about it too
like you get yourself a wap and tie it to your ethernet port on your laptop and then you boot like that.
I dint get that.. I meant booting a fat client on a wifi enabled laptop for a *roamig* profile :0
i don't think you can boot directly off the interface, because most interfaces don't support PXE booting
that's why oyu need to boot off the ethernet port tied to the wap
yeah but few readings conformed me that I can do it
though I dont have a evidence yet
oh i'm sure there are interfaces out there that can do it.
it would be nice to know which ones :)
the thing is called a kernel booting kerne
okay, then i'm sure you know more about this than i do.
you can do it on any interface, I think u just need a usb key with proper kernel and driverfs
and then that kernel boots up another kernel by removing self .. technically called kexec
small usb pen drive of few kb (if available ;)
yes, i'm not that smart, carry on :)
aah common .. I just want to share what I come to know
i said, go ahead :)
please share, i have no idea about a kernel removing itself :)
yeah there is a function called kexec which loads another kernel on top of existing kernel and the new kernel removes the old one
old kernel boots with wifi drivers and details of wifi connections are passed to kernel over its boot command
then new one is downloaded from the dhcp and you know the rest of the story :)
but doesn't the wifi port still need to be able to pxe boot?
but nevermind, i'm sure i just don't know enough, and embarress myself by asking such a question.
hmm I may be misunderstood the question but as I recall its said that the kernel is instructed to boot up the new system in all possible ways such as etherboot, wifi, cdrom, hdd etc
if you read XEN, it works near same
i've been using kvm/libvirt
dom0 is a VM on top of a bare os
so i haven't read xen
Once I get free I'll give a try to wifi boot..
i know it's o/t but i'm reading about zfs and zpool
Why zfs and not btrfs?
I'm not sure that wireless booting makes much sense for fat clients, due to bandwidth constrains. I think it'd be much better if the whole chroot was written on the usb stick...
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AndyGraybeal, not sure why you would bother with zfs unless you're using solaris
btrfs will win on linux
btrfs ? i've never heard of it
i was thinking about using openindina or freebsd but i will look into btrfs
it's sponsored by oracle
before they bought sun obviously
oracle seems to be letting solaris die
which i'm happy with, but i'm sure all the solaris people aren't
sure openindiana still exists, but i doubt it's going anywhere with the lip service oracle is giving it
there's no reason to use solaris unless you're paying for it it seems
that's pretty negative thoghts .
Good night guys :)
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loook up the history of the open solaris board since oracle bought sun
well, i was hoping that openindiana would slowly gain strength
not exactly sure how it will ever match linux
okay, well i don't know..
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i might be thinking the wrong way anyhow. i think that all i need is NFSv4 acl's
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alkisg: hi, I've a dubt about some detail of disabling nbd_proxy in maverick
do you have 2 minuts for me?
or anyone else that knows the matter :)
I've "append ro initrd=initrd.img quiet splash nbdport=2000"
so there is the "nbdport=2000" parameter
when you say to add in /etc/ltsp/ltsp-update-image.conf
BOOTPROMPT_OPTIONS="quiet splash nbd_proxy=false"
have you missed that nbdport=2000 parameter, or does not matter?
(bottom of https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp/+bug/589034 )
it's not necessary
i do'nt think..
wondering why to disable nbd-proxy the parameter is named nbd_proxy
in case the default option changed to false, then you would change it to true to enable it..
markit: nbdport is added automatically by ltsp-build-client and by ltsp-update-image --force, no need for it to be in a configuration file. About the underscore in nbd-proxy, usually the kernel parameters are with underscores.
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is there a way to do local apps firefox without a proxy
i guess not really
well i have LTSP servers that are allowed out to the internet
and the thin clients are on the same network
configure your firewall to NAT traffic, or run it on a routeable network
but firewall stops them from going out
security wants to limit points of exit
that's your firewall, not LTSP
yeah i know
so firefox running on ltsp works just fine, it's that i want the added performance from running it locally
so i'd need some sort of proxy service at that point
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