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Channel log from 23 January 2011   (all times are UTC)

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<elias_a>
was it the case that i386 is no longer supported in Ubuntu 10.10?
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<tech_dvo>
Hi, guys -- just started using LTSP with ubuntu, have a few questions about networking specially DHCP
21:37
<highvoltage>
just ask
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<tech_dvo>
I have installed the standalone package
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w/c has installed the dhcp server as default
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so naturally I disable my router's dhcp
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but I have a few windows computers using the dhcp to get the address
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and connect to the internet
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does installing ltsp stand alone
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render the windows not to get their ip address and not connect to the internet?
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<highvoltage>
you probably just need to set the gateway and nameservers to your router's ip address in /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf
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<tech_dvo>
how do I set it up exactly? I am not familiar with the syntax in DHCP
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<highvoltage>
you'll see a line with option domain-name-servers, that will contain the ip of the nameserver that they should use (likely in your case to be your router's IP)
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and the line that says option routers contains the ip address of the router that should be used
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<tech_dvo>
seen that, I placed the ip address of my router in option routers
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<ltsplogbot>
I don't know who that, is.
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<tech_dvo>
placed 4 dns server in option domain-name-servers -- that's it?
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<highvoltage>
4?
21:44
ah ok
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you'll have to restart the dhcp daemon for it to take effect
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<tech_dvo>
okay
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I'll see if this works. thanks
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bbl
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<highvoltage>
ok, good luck :)
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<cliebow>
highvoltage:Man of the Hour!!!!!!!
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<tech_dvo>
highvoltage: seems my setup is working! thanks!
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anybody know how to manage ltsp thin clients with different video card????
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how to configure ltsp to manage different video cards of thin clients
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<tech_dvo>
alkisg: hello!
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<alkisg>
Good morning
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<tech_dvo>
you instructed me to use XSERVER=vesa and it worked for some of the thin clients and the others that used to work, stopped working :(
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this was some days ago, sorry
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oh, Good morning! :)
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<alkisg>
tech_dvo: you mean that you want to specify XSERVER=vesa for *some* of your clients?
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<tech_dvo>
yes
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that is the case
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<alkisg>
!lts.conf
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<tech_dvo>
I have different kinds of thin clients
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<ltspbot>
alkisg: "lts.conf" :: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/lts.conf
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<alkisg>
Read about the [sections] there
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E.g. you can put [192.168.0.*] or [mac:address] or [hostname*] etc
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<tech_dvo>
I see it. I'll check this out. Thanks
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<alkisg>
To keep your dhcp on your router running, you may use this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ProxyDHCP
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(if it's not configurable and you can't set boot filename and next-server there)
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<tech_dvo>
No, I think, I'll use ltsp server as the dhcp server for now -- it's working already. thanks
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any more article about managing users in ltsp server?
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<alkisg>
Adding users? The standard utilities apply, there's nothing special in an ltsp server...
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<tech_dvo>
sorry, alkisg treat me as a newbie in managing lots of users. My experience is more on desktop users and windows at that
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just starting to go into server apps
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<alkisg>
With "managing" you mean "creating"? Or also e.g. "locking down settings" etc?
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<tech_dvo>
yes