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anyone using Italc? does recent version work? does it work with "fat" clients too?
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markit: depends on the lab. On some labs it works. On some it crashes after a couple of hours. On some it crashes in the first few seconds.
It does work with fat clients if you copy the keys to the chroot.
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how to enable telnet on port 69
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Port 69 is for tftp, not for telnet
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ya when ltsp client is booting through pxe then it is showing tftp timed out so i checked telnet ip 69 ....but it was not telneting i thing ,,,this is the problem
can u tell me how to solve this problem
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tftp timed out is coming when client is booting
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alkisg : tell me how to solve this problem
viks_, I don't know your problem
I just saw you saying about telnet on port 69
Which is the tftp port
If you want to troubleshoot tftp, here's a page that might help you: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/Troubleshooting/TFTP
actually when client is booting through pxe in kiosk mode ........it is showing tftp timed out....and he is not getting firefox
so i tried with telneting the ltsp server with telnet ipaddress 69....but it was not getting telneting
If the client is getting tftp timeout, then yes you have a tftp problem. See the page I wrote above for help.
yes i tried with firest command sudo status tftpd-hpa ...it is showing status: Unknown job: tftpd-hpa.....do i need to install anything
If you don't have ltsp, then you're on the wrong channel
Which distribution are you using, and which version of it?
Do you have ltsp installed?
Is it really ubuntu 9.04?
Or is it 10.04?
no it is 9.04
tell me y client is getting tftp timed out error
Please don't use single letters as words
I don't understand them
netstat -nap | grep :69
What does this command return?
(on your server)
udp6 0 0 :::69 :::*
So the problem is that you're using xinetd instead of inetd, which is the ltsp default
Also, why are you using the unsupported 9.04 instead of e.g. 10.04?
because there is a some problem with ltsp coniguration so i am trying for 9.04 then i will go with 10.04
so tell me how can i solve this problem
Why did you install xinetd?
actually i searched for how to enable port 69...then i follow the step ....tell me do i need to uninstall it
Yes, undo all the steps that you followed so that you have a clean ltsp installation
If it's your first try, it might be easier to reinstall, it only takes 20 minutes to install ubuntu/ltsp from the alternate cd
i removed xinetd ...tell me what i do now
viks_: for tftp to stop working, you messed up your setup manually
You need to undo all the steps that you did to make it stop working
It might be easier to reinstall ubuntu/ltsp
no actually it is working here in my block.....but when i try from other VLAN it is not working showing tftp timed out
that is the main problem
If it's working on one VLAN and not on another, then it's not an LTSP problem, and you should mention that from the start
Check with your local network administrator
what i need to check exactly
To tell him that tftp is not working
If your network administrator needs support for vlans etc, maybe he could try the #networking channel
But vlans are not an ltsp problem, this is not the correct channel for that
actually i asked them regarding this they said from thier side all ports are open ......i need to check from my side
You just said that your side is working
ya my side it is working perfect
Right, so tell them that
and one more thing m trying this in kiosk mode
and user will be getting firefox
right but i want local hardisk to be detect where client boot
but it is not getting detected
is there any solution for that
You want a customized ltsp setup
tell me where exactlly i can set
I told you of one method some days ago, but you didn't answer for hours
So personally I don't want to try helping on that again
viks_: it seems like you have a lot to learn about the basics before doing major customizations...
viks_: what you are asking is not a feature you can simply enable or disable.
but there may be some file i remember lts.conf where i can set something.....
viks_: i would really recommend trying thin clients first...
no actually our requirement is we are using some virtual desktop kind of thing....from there we are getting windows desktop....k ..
and if i access that desktop from firefox on the system where os installed ...it is showing local disk
but we don't want os on client side
viks_: i am not saying use thin clients, but i am saying learn how LTSP works with the defaults before you try EXTREMELY COMPLICATED THINGS
learn to walk before you try to run or fly.
viks_, it seems to me that you need some extensive customizations, and you lack the knowledge to do it. Maybe you could consider hiring a professional to help you. There are many companies that do such staff.
but let me know one thing ....if i use ltsp boot without kiosk mode
and if want that user will get only firefox instead of ll applications
can i do that
alkisg : can i do that
viks_: yes, you can do that
tell me how can i do that
OK. Honest. Do you expect someone here to take 2-3 hours to customize ltsp for you?
You either need to learn enough about ltsp to customize it yourself, or you need to contact some company that can do it for you.
It's another thing to ask for some hints on an irc channel, and another to ask them to do your work for you
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no dear , m just asking ....if there some documentation so that i can do myself
Documentation about how to make LTSP boot without the kiosk mode but customize it so that the users only get firefox? No, I don't think anyone has written documentation for that.
k then i will try it and i will write for the same
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