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Urm. Googling for "ldm" and clicking on "images" shows some non-LTSP-related images... :D
Maybe we should use one of those and the default ldm background image :P
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Two identical clients. First share USB printer fine, second doesn't.
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so here I am again
now inetd is running but neither port 9751 nor 9752 has something bound to it
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alkisg: you there?
inetd is running but neither port 9751 nor 9752 has something bound to it
and dhcpd won't start giving me the "no subnet for declaration" error again :P
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I'll try booting the way it is now
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Seta00: I'm not sure I understand your problem. Didn't you get it to boot yesterday?
And now it won't boot again?
I'm fixing it
and it was the day before yesterday
OK, check if your IP matches the range in /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf
If you have any specific questions, shoot
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Got it. Put IP instead of mac to lts.conf
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the client won't login
nbd_server says disconnect request received
I'm updating the image file
do you know of any misconfiguration that can cause that?
what's the TCP port nbd_server uses??
mgariepy: I'm running dpkg-reconfigure on it, can I use any export file?
it keeps saying address already in use
usualy nbd server is started by inetd
I'm trying ltsp-update-sshkeys now
it works :)
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someone can give some sources for detailed informations on nbd-proxy? had no luck with my search and would like to get deeper informations
alksig ... thx again for your help the past days
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anyone tell me if LTSP does dual monitors?
i've dual monitors
anything special to make it happen?
no, xrandr work fine
how does ltsp compare with the 2x thinapp product?? any experience with that?
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how can i configure my ltsp client to use dual monitors each with a different resolution?
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if you want to configure a specific client you can do so under lts.conf
add the mac  and specifiy the xconfiguration needed for dualhead
i'de like each client to be configureable
or is this not possible?
the problem is each client is different atm
you can specify each client by it's mac
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m4xx_: you usually need only adjust X_VIRTUAL and XRANDR_OUTPUT_X and XRANDR_MODE_X options, provided the driver can do dualhead with xrandr - not all can
hi... i'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and having problem with the thin-clients displaying a wrong time on the login in screen... i've followed the instructions from the Ubuntu wiki (which says its for 8.04) without any avail... any clues?
indradg_: TIMESERVER and TIMEZONE
should be the params you need
Appiah: "lts.conf" :: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/lts.conf
Gadi, ok... if you could direct me to where exactly to plug them ?
indradg_: sure - first off, what timezone are you in?
of +0530 GMT
indradg_: ok, have you created an lts.conf file?
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yes... only iTalc entry and a couple more entries in there atm
Gadi, ok... i'm with you so far
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you should have:
i dont see XRANDR_OUTPUT_X or XRANDR_MODE_X in the docs
indradg_: so, here's the theory: The thin client is diskless, so the only time it knows about is hardware (BIOS) time
m4xx_: For drivers that support XRANDR, the XRANDR_MODE_* variabled are
preferred. See the XRANDR section
indradg_: so, TIMESERVER and TIMEZONE allow you to have the thin client run ntpdate on boot
says MODE_00-09 but not MODE_X hmm
indradg_: of course, for it to work, the thin client must be able to access the ntp time server from the client
ah, i'm sorry
I do have a local ntp server running on the server
indradg_: this means, either installing ntpd on the server OR using a public ntp server and setting up NAT on the server (assuming a 2-nic server setup)
Gadi, I've a dual nic setup
indradg_: for troubleshooting, do the following:
indradg_: log into ldm at the terminal
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indradg_: on the server, run: ltsp-localapps xterm
indradg_: this will pop open a local xterm running on the client
indradg_: inside this xterm, you can do things like ping the ntp server
indradg_: you may not be able to run ntpdate as a user
Gadi, yes... need to be root for that
or a sudoer user
indradg_: in which case, you can always create a root password in the chroot, and switch to a local console login
1 sec - ph call
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or even still use ltsp-localapps xterm and su
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setting the X_VIRTUAL worked to enable the dualhead but when i try to change the resolution on the second monitor the monitor prefferences window freezes
indradg_: sorry - anyhow, from the local xterm you can check ntpdate. You can also run: getltscfg -a
indradg_: that will report to you the lts.conf vars that it sees from your lts.conf
Gadi, and check if TIMEZONE & TIMESERVER are assigned the right values
indradg_: make sure TIMESERVER and TIMEZONE are in there
indradg_: aside from that, if it is not working it might be a bug - we set time in the background on boot, and sometimes really fast thin clients may get to ldm before the time is set
Gadi, possible... i was using an Atom 450 with 1GB ram
Gadi, thanks a bunch.. i'll go back tomorrow and have a go at it
m4xx_: are all of the clients using the same video driver?
m4xx_: because different drivers have different names for outputs
and so if you need to set different resolutions for each in lts.conf, you are in for a bit of work
we tried to do automagic stuff, which is why just specifying X_VIRTUAL gets you much of the way
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m4xx_: btw, that online lts.conf manpage has an error with the XRANDR_ options
they should all have one digit - not two
i should get that fixed before squeeze releases...
seems to be fixed in 10.10 on ubuntu
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oh, it is
there are a couple other minor updates i'd like to include
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i'm sorry, i was able to figure out the MODE_X and the X_VIRTUAL, but am unsure of what to enter for XRANDR_OUTPUT_X
would that be like "SCREEN 1"
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m4xx_: what do you get when you type "xrandr" at that terminal?
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or perhaps VGA-0 AND DVI-0
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XRANDR_OUTPUT_0 = "VGA-0"
XRANDR_OUTPUT_1 = "DVI-0"
XRANDR_MODE_0 = 1024x768
(would set VGA to that res)
XRANDR_MODE_1 = 1680x1050
(would set DVI to that res)
no quotes for the mode ?
if you want to play with relative positions, you can do something like:
you can use quotes
quotes should really only be needed when the value contains a space
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anyhow, you can also do:
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XRANDR_MODE_1 = "DVI-0 --left-of VGA-0"
XRANDR_OUTPUT_1 = "DVI-0 --left-of VGA-0"
to tell it that the DVI output should be to the left of the VGA
the annoying thing is that output names are not standard, so what may be called "DVI-0" for one driver, may be called "TDMS-1" for another
could you not use numbered indexes
instead of the actual name?
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either the name of the
output or the XID.
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anyone know how to troubleshoot clients hanging at "Starting LTSP client....." ?
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I replaced the client-side nic on my ubuntu 10.4 lsp server; had to change the udev rule so new nic is eth1 instead of eth2. How do I restart networking?
Looks like none of the /etc/init.d/net* scripts are configured to run in the default runlevel (2).
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