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Channel log from 22 July 2011   (all times are UTC)

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02:07
<andygraybeals>
so sleepy
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06:31
<Barco>
Morning, how do I get a LTSP client to boot from the server's Eth1?
06:32
<vagrantc>
!seen alkisg
06:32
<ltsp>
vagrantc: alkisg was last seen in #ltsp 8 hours, 23 minutes, and 15 seconds ago: <alkisg> Anyway, time to go. bb all.
06:37
<vagrantc>
Barco: so you have eth0 connected to the rest of the network/internet, and eth1 connected to it's own network?
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06:45
<Hyperbyte>
Morning. :_
06:45
** :)
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06:54
<alkisg>
Good morning
06:58* vagrantc waves
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07:25
<Barco>
No, I have both nic's available on Lan and use 3G for internet. But Eth1 is a Gigabit connection and Eth0 is 100mb
07:27
Would be nice if I could serve client requests from both Eth1 and Eth0 for traffic sake
07:27
<alkisg>
Are your switch/clients gigabit?
07:29
<Barco>
Switch is Gigabit, clients are 100mb
07:29
<alkisg>
Make sure you don't have the flow control problem: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/FlowControl
07:29
If you don't have it, then only use the gigabit connection, it's not worth it to bond the other one
07:30
To make sure the clients boot from the gigabit nic, just set your IPs and dhcpd.conf to match
07:30
How many clients?
07:32
<Barco>
I have 10clients. But even If just 4 run the whole thing lags. How do I do set Ip's and to match dhcpd.conf?
07:32
Running 2 unmanaged Dlink 8port Gigabit Switches. Dgs1008D
07:33
<alkisg>
Barco: it's very probable that you're hitting the flow control problem. Which nic do you have on the server?
07:33
lspci -nn -k | grep -A 2 Ethernet
07:33
and:sudo ethtool --show-pause eth0
07:33
With the flow control problem, your whole network functions as 100 mbps instead of gigabit
07:34
That would explain the lag
07:34
For 10 clients, you should be able to have them all watch a divx video full screen, with no lost frames
07:34
<vagrantc>
or the bottleneck might not be network...
07:34
<Barco>
Realtek Rtl8111/8168B - see the onboard is gigabit too, that makes flow control probable
07:35
<alkisg>
Not probable, certain
07:35
<muppis>
I wonder what would happen if there is bonded 2 x 10 Gbps in server and 1 Gbps in clients.
07:35
<alkisg>
Barco: the best solution for you is to go and buy an intel card for your server
07:35
Or better yet, 2 of them, because you have 2 cheap switches
07:35
<Barco>
Running 4gb ram with a 3Gb Core2duo processor
07:36
<alkisg>
So even if your server <=> 1st switch won't have the problem, the swich<=> switch connection will
07:36
So my advice is, buy 2 intel gigabit nics, you'll see more than 10 times better network bandwidth
07:36* alkisg unfortunately has had this problem in dozens of labs so far :-/
07:37
<Barco>
As in Intel 1Gb net connected to the one switch and the other to the other switch?
07:37
<alkisg>
Yes
07:38
<Barco>
aha, how would I setup availability of both network cards for tftp boot?
07:38
<alkisg>
You'd just use different subnets, e.g. 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x
07:38
tftpd would work automatically, and you'd need to define ranges for dhcpd
07:39
<Barco>
That's great in theory and I'll do that in a snap for Windows but I'm not so clued up on all the deeper details on Ubuntu yet
07:39
<alkisg>
You can set it up now, with your existing cards
07:40
But you'll only have 200 mbps bandwidth instead of 2 gigabit
07:40
So it'll be much much slower, yet a little faster than what you have now, which is 100 mbps
07:40
<Hyperbyte>
I can't believe how many people buy good computers for LTSP and then try to save a few bucks on network
07:41
I mean, a Realtek onboard network card, are you serious? I wouldn't trust these things to route network traffic even if my job didn't depend on it...
07:41
<alkisg>
Realteks work fine on full gigabit networks
07:41
It's the gigabit/100mbps mix that causes the problem,
07:41
<Hyperbyte>
Realteks are aweful. They don't achieve full gigabit potential and they get way too hot and die way too easily.
07:41
<alkisg>
and it's due to those silly switches that supposedly offer "flow control", while their implementation is broken
07:42
<Barco>
LOL, I was kinda on a budget, the second one is also realtek chipset. So I started with what I have took it from there.
07:42
<alkisg>
Barco, with at least one, or better yet with two, intel gigabit nics you'll be pretty much ok
07:43
<Barco>
Agreed, how much does a decent intel gig nic cost?
07:43
<alkisg>
Here, 25€
07:43
(greece)
07:44
<Barco>
Not too bad! About what the switches cost ;)
07:44
<alkisg>
The best solution would be to buy a descent 16 port switch
07:44
E.g. a linksys or hp one
07:44
<Hyperbyte>
Barco, what kind of cabling do you use?
07:45
<alkisg>
Those don't have the flow control problem, so it's solved automatically, and you'll get better performance if you ever upgrade the clients to gigabit
07:45
The downside is that they cost > 200€ here :-/
07:45
That's why we settle with intel nics instead, too...
07:45
<Barco>
I use cat6 between the switches and server. and Cat5.e to clients
07:46
Seems like a good low cost solution to get better nic's instead of fork out 200 euro for a Switch
07:47
<alkisg>
A thing to keep in mind, is that the pci bus only goes up to a gigabit in speed
07:47
So for 2 nics, it's better to use pci-e
07:48
<Barco>
I could make the whole thing gigabit later, But was figuring that providing 100mb connection on 10 pc's is like QOS without expensive hardware
07:48
<alkisg>
A dvd needs 125 mbps for playback
07:48
So with 100mbps connection you get a few dropped frames
07:48
<Barco>
I'll keep that in mind when I purchase. I want to run flash video content
07:48
<alkisg>
Otherwise yeah it works like a qos
07:49
Flash video is much worse, it doesn't use xv
07:49
And it wastes a *lot* of server/client cpu
07:49
<Barco>
Ugh,
07:49
<alkisg>
So you might hit other bottlenecks there
07:49
For non-full-screen youtube you'll be ok, for full screen... not so much
07:49
<Barco>
I'm running Flash and Firefox as local apps
07:49
<alkisg>
Ah, different story there, you don't need good network for that
07:50
Just good client cpu
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07:50
<Barco>
Not doing flv, Using SWF for Training. So it's basicly Presentation with sound.
07:51
Runs with dropped frames on 3-4 clients. Entire file around 6mb
07:52
So it seems to still have a perfomance issue. Clients run Older Celeron 465 Cpu's 2ghz and above
07:53
<alkisg>
Wait, I didn't understand, does that run locally or not?
07:55
For content that runs on the server: you currently have 100 mbps network. In the future you'll have gigabit. So, however well it runs on ONE client now, it'll run on 10 clients in the future. Of course that's true only if you don't hit bottlenecks other than the network.
07:55
<Barco>
Well... difficult to say. I've setup Firefox and Flash as local apps as described in LTSP docs But the content still comes from a webserver over the network...
07:55
<alkisg>
If firefox is local, then flash is local, it shouldn't be affected by your slow 100mbps network
07:55
<Barco>
How stable is 64bit ltsp server?
07:55
<alkisg>
Run ps -ef on the server to verify
07:56
If you don't see a firefox process, you're ok
07:57
<Barco>
Seems I'm ok :)
07:58
What could be causing the slowdown then? Cause navigating content is slow motion when more clients run.
07:59
<alkisg>
Content that runs locally should run as fast as if the client was booted with a live cd/usb stick
07:59
So to verify that nothing is wrong with your ltsp installation, try with a live stick
07:59
<Barco>
BTW what do you use LTSP for - Own lab or manage labs?
08:00
<alkisg>
Me? I have my own school lab, but I also help about 250 more schools here with their installations
08:00
<Barco>
Ok, Will try that and see. But as I understand the content would still technicly come from server over network as the clients are diskless?
08:00
<alkisg>
As it usually does with e.g. youtube
08:01
I.e. the content is already compressed, and it's streamed, so it shouldn't need much bandwidth
08:01
E.g. < 1 mbps for each client
08:01
<Barco>
Cool, I want to start doing that when I am up. There are many rural schools here in my town in South Africa
08:02
<alkisg>
The client cpu might also be a problem with fullscreen flash apps
08:02
Run top while watching the presentation, to verify
08:02
<Barco>
If it's still slow after this I guess I would need to not run Firefox as a local app an make my server do the work?
08:02
Top?
08:03
<Hyperbyte>
Type 'top' in a terminal :)
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08:03
<alkisg>
!localxterm
08:03
<ltsp>
alkisg: localxterm: while sitting on a thin client, open a gnome terminal. In that, run: ltsp-localapps xterm. An xterm will open. That xterm runs locally, so any commands you enter there are executed directly on the client..
08:05
<Barco>
I see. I have much to learn yet. I kinda jumped in the deep end and started swimming for dear life
08:05
So top is a system monitor on command line...
08:07
<Hyperbyte>
Barco, basically. Server management in Linux is designed to be done from the command line. You'll find the command line is very powerful and has lots of tools available. :)
08:08
(one of the things I've always loved about it :))
08:08
<Barco>
I noticed the lack of GUI management. Used some Commandline but have yet to read the manual. Therein lies the problem :)
08:10
I love commandline when you get used to the commands. It's more efficient. But in Linux I'm still a bit lost appart from installing apps, navigating dir and editing files.
08:11
alkisg - CPU load seems low peaks at 30% with 40% mem free. Seems to be slow network. Using one client is fine
08:11
<Hyperbyte>
Barco, well, the command 'man' will be useful to you. It calls manual pages for other commands. Try 'man top', for example. :)
08:11
<alkisg>
Barco: if one client is fine, and 4 clients are not fine, then you're not using localapps?!
08:11
Something's wrong there, have another look at what you're doing
08:12
Localapps should be mostly unaffected by the local network speed, and by how many clients run the same localapp in parallel
08:13
Localapps shouldn't show up in the server `top`, and they shouldn't affect the server CPU usage
08:16
<Barco>
It's on the client that I pulled stats with top.
08:17
<alkisg>
Yes, but what you're reporting doesn't explain why the app doesn't run OK for 4 clients, if it runs OK for 1 client.
08:18
<Barco>
Question, after loading Firefox into the i386 boot image as local app...
08:18
and adding localapps=yes ... and menu items to Config file, should I open Firefox using ltsp-localapps Firefox from terminal?
08:19
Or can I open it from the GUI?
08:20
<alkisg>
LOCAL_APPS is true by default, you don't need that. But you do need to set LOCAL_APPS_MENU=True in lts.conf
08:20
After you do that, you can run firefox from the menu, and it'll run locally.
08:20
<Barco>
one moment, I'll pull what I have in lts.conf
08:20
<alkisg>
To verify that it runs locally: (1) `ps -ef | grep firefox` on the localxterm should show it, and `ps -ef | grep firefox` on the server should not show it.
08:21
<Barco>
Umh, Still running on server....
08:22
[default] LDM_THEME=edubuntu LDM_XSESSION="gnome-session -- session=classic-gnome" VOLUME=90 PCM_VOLUME=90 LOCAL_APPS=TRUE LDM_DIRECTX=TRUE NETWORK_COMPRESSION=TRUE LOCAL_APPS_MENU = True LOCAL_APPS_MENU_ITEMS = firefox
08:22
<alkisg>
On the local xterm, run: getltscfg -a
08:22
And put the output to pastebin
08:22
!pastebin
08:22
<ltsp>
alkisg: pastebin: the LTSP pastebin is at http://ltsp.pastebin.com. Please paste all text longer than a line or two to the pastebin, as it helps to reduce traffic in the channel. Don't forget to paste the URL of the text here..
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08:24
<Barco_>
Dailup GRRR
08:25
<Hyperbyte>
Barco_: http://irclogs.ltsp.org :)
08:25
<Barco_>
Awesome!
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08:30
<Barco>
ltsp-client core not installed... Should I install to Client Image?
08:32
<Hyperbyte>
Barco, you are not executing the command on the client I bet.
08:32
ltsp-client is already in the image, else it would never work.
08:32
Did you run getltscfg in a local xterm?
08:32
<alkisg>
!localxterm
08:32
<ltsp>
alkisg: localxterm: while sitting on a thin client, open a gnome terminal. In that, run: ltsp-localapps xterm. An xterm will open. That xterm runs locally, so any commands you enter there are executed directly on the client..
08:32
<alkisg>
Barco: read that line again ^
08:33
When we say "run on the local xterm", we mean that ^
08:33
<Barco>
1000 apologies sire...
08:41
http://pastebin.com/NEea2Sna
08:44
<alkisg>
Barco: your lts.conf seems ok
08:45
And you say that if you go to the gnome applications menu and run firefox, it runs on the server instead of locally?
08:46
<Barco>
Yes
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08:47
<Hyperbyte>
Volume-"90" ?
08:47
That doesn't look right
08:48
<Barco>
Using headsets ;)
08:49
<Hyperbyte>
Yeah, but Volume-"90"
08:50
The - instead of =
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08:51* alkisg guesses that Barco typed the output instead of copy/pasting
08:51
<Barco>
Local processes on the server show Lab002 running Firefox - shouldn't show up right? http://pastebin.com/Hf7UbwRE -
08:51
<alkisg>
Barco: if you mark things on an xterm, you can paste them somewhere else with the middle mouse click
08:52
<Barco>
That's fine but once I enable Inet on the terminal the servers Inet connection goes down.
08:52
<alkisg>
Barco: right, so, your problem for slow performance so far is "my localapps firefox is not working, it's running on the server instead"
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08:52
<alkisg>
If you open firefox on a thin client, you get disconnected?!!
08:53
<Barco>
Also I havn't quite figured out how to access my server File system from a client...
08:53
<Hyperbyte>
There's no LOCAL_APPS_MENU=True in your lts.conf
08:53
Shouldn't there be?
08:53
<Barco>
No If I enable the second network card I have internet on the clients but not the server
08:53* Hyperbyte reads manpage
08:53
<Hyperbyte>
Yes there should.
08:56
Barco, stick with one problem at a time. Right now we're trying to get Firefox running as a local app on the thin client, after that we'll get to the rest.
08:56
:)
08:56
<Barco>
Ok let me try to paste ISO type... One moment
08:57
<Hyperbyte>
Did you see what I wrote?
08:57
10:53 <Hyperbyte> There's no LOCAL_APPS_MENU=True in your lts.conf
08:57
There should be. So add that to lts.conf
08:57
<alkisg>
Hyperbyte: I'm guessing that's a typo too, a little before he had pasted LOCAL_APPS_MENU = True
08:57
Barco: sit on a client, open a gnome terminal
08:57
<Barco>
Here's the actua paste http://pastebin.com/YS2Uwqse
08:57
<alkisg>
Run: ltsp-localapps xterm to get a localxterm
08:58
And run: firefox to get a firefox running on the server, so that you can paste stuff
08:58
OK, it seems that you managed it :)
08:58
<Hyperbyte>
Yeah, that looks better. :)
08:58
<Barco>
Sneakernet ;)
08:58
What would we do without flash drives
08:59
<alkisg>
Barco: now, from the localxterm, run firefox
08:59
That will run firefox locally
08:59
Can you access the internet with that firefox?
08:59
<Barco>
Yes if I enable eth1 but then the server Internet becomes inacessable for some reason
09:00
<alkisg>
Don't enable eth1
09:01
Did the local firefox open?
09:01
<Barco>
Correction - I have internet on client without Eth1
09:01
Firefox has opened fine...
09:02
<alkisg>
Barco: ok, then you can copy stuff from the localxterm, and paste them to pastebin from that firefox
09:02
So, run this command on the localxterm, and paste the output to pastebin: ps -ef
09:02
You can see all the output with shift + page up
09:03
In other words, "show us the process list from your client, while firefox is supposed to be running locally there"
09:05
<Barco>
http://pastebin.com/Yk1QYZmF
09:06
<alkisg>
http://pastebin.com/Vk1QYZmF is the correct one
09:06
Barco: do you see that firefox is *not* there?
09:06
So, you didn't run it from the localxterm
09:07
Close firefox completely
09:07
<Barco>
Ok,
09:07
<alkisg>
Then, go to the localxterm, and type: firefox
09:08
So to sum up, so far you've been unable to run firefox locally, and that's why it runs OK for 1 client but not for 4 clients, because it runs on the server.
09:08
<Barco>
When I type firefox in localxterm I get "command not found"
09:08
<alkisg>
So, firefox isn't installed in your chroot
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09:09
<alkisg>
Let's move to your server now. Are you seated physically on your server? Or do you have access through ssh etc?
09:10
<Barco>
I am seated at the server
09:10
<alkisg>
OK. What's the output of this command? sudo chroot /opt/ltsp/i386 dpkg -l firefox
09:11
<Barco>
http://pastebin.com/iWZMYUHU
09:12
<alkisg>
OK, and the output of this command? sudo mount -o loop /opt/ltsp/images/i386.img /mnt && sudo chroot /mnt dpkg -l firefox && sudo umount /mnt
09:13
<Barco>
No packages found matching firefox.
09:13
<alkisg>
So the problem is that you installed firefox in the chroot, but you didn't run ltsp-update-image
09:13
So, run: sudo ltsp-update-image
09:14
And then reboot your client
09:15
<Barco>
Thanks, I must have forgotten. I was a bit rushed when installing...
09:16
One moment...
09:21
Ok it's running, I have Firefox open through local Xterm on the client. It's not connecting to the web or localhost anymore
09:23
Where do I set the DNS and GATEWAY for the local Browser?
09:24
<alkisg>
Now you need to do NATting on your server for the clients to access the internet: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ThinClientHowtoNAT
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09:25
<alkisg>
Barco: start from step "4" there, the previous shouldn't be needed
09:26
And instead of step "6", just use the DNS_SERVER directive of lts.conf
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09:26
<alkisg>
(meh that natting page needs to be rewritten from scratch)
09:31
<Barco>
cant find /etc/network/interfaces to add the line http://pastebin.com/Wtu0Vcpx
09:31
last ran sudo sh -c 'iptables-save > /etc/ltsp/nat'
09:32
<alkisg>
How did you set the ip for your server? From network-manager?
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09:32
<Barco>
Used default provided by edubuntu.
09:32
<alkisg>
Ah so you don't have a static ip?
09:33
Run these 2 commands on your server:cat /etc/network/interfaces; sudo ls /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/
09:33
<Barco>
No, not yet. Thought it would be a good thing for future
09:34
<alkisg>
You need a static IP for ltsp to work properly, otherwise whenever it changes the ssh keys change and the clients are unable to login until you update the keys + image
09:35
<Barco>
http://pastebin.com/iNqe1M2b here's what I have on the first cmd Server IP is 192.168.0.254
09:35
<alkisg>
OK, so, what you need to do is (1) use a static ip for your server and (2) do NATting.
09:35
/me needs to do some work, I hope some other will be able to follow up and help you
09:35
Right that's the interfaces file
09:35
Why did you say you couldn't find it?
09:36* alkisg bbl
09:36
<Barco>
Tried looking for it as a location as opposed to running it from term
09:36
Thank you so much for your help!
09:36
Enjoy Work...
09:38
<Hyperbyte>
:)
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12:10
<Ghidorah>
Does anyone know what dbus errors indicate with localapps?
12:13
<alkisg>
More specifically?
12:14
<Ghidorah>
Lunching firefox I get a failed to contact configuration server
12:14
common cause is misconfigured D-Bus
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12:15
<Hyperbyte>
Ghidorah, check that home directory is mounted and writable on the client
12:15
<alkisg>
sudo chroot /opt/ltsp/i386 dpkg -l '*firefox*' | grep ^ii
12:16
(or amd64)
12:17
<Ghidorah>
alkisg: firefox 5.0+build1+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.11.04.2
12:17
<alkisg>
Do the same on your server, and install the missing packages for gnome support
12:17
firefox-gnome-support
12:18
<Ghidorah>
Hyperbyte: it appears that it is /home mounted and writable
12:21
:-/ firefox-gnome-support is installed on both the chroot and app server
12:21
it is not install on the ltsp-cluster root server because I don't have X on it.
12:23
<alkisg>
Hmmm do paste the actual lines because pasting only half of them is confusing
12:24
So let's start over: paste the exact error when you start firefox
12:24
<Ghidorah>
I'm sorry about that
12:24
hang on
12:28
GConf Error: Failed to contact configuration server; the most common cause is a missing or misconfigured D-Bus session bus daemon. (Details - 1: Failed to get connection to session: Error or spawning command line 'dbus-launch --autolaunch=ae7be12d89f6bd292fbb4fc00000004 --binary-syntax --close-stderr': Failed to execute child process "dbus-lunch" (No such file or directory))
12:33
<alkisg>
dbus-lunch?
12:33
Or dbus-launch?
12:34
Because if it's dbus-lunch, then it's mispelled, probably a firefox bug. Try symlinking dbus-lunch to dbus-launch until the bug is fixed.
12:35
<Ghidorah>
launch, sorry I had to type it out... couldn't figure out how to extract that message from local-apps xterm
12:35
<alkisg>
Ah. Select + middle click
12:35
<Ghidorah>
dang.
12:35
<alkisg>
In a localxterm, if you run `which dbus-launch`, is it there?
12:36
<Ghidorah>
No.
12:36
<alkisg>
That's the problem then, missing dbus-x11 package
12:37
<Ghidorah>
alkisg: which state do you live in?
12:37
<Hyperbyte>
Heh
12:37
<Ghidorah>
or country...
12:37
<alkisg>
I don't know why firefox wants to contact dbus though, and if installing it will actually help in anything
12:37
State... Epirus :P
12:37
Greece
12:38
<Ghidorah>
dang... Its hard to buy you a beer from here then.
12:38
<alkisg>
Hehe
12:38
I think I saw e-pizza and e-beer services somewhere in the net
12:38
<Ghidorah>
I do truely appreciate your patience and help
12:38
<alkisg>
Um, but then again I'd spoil my diet, so nm. Hehe
12:39
<Ghidorah>
send me a link and you'll have something at your door!!
12:39
<alkisg>
OK, time for gym, bb all
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12:40
<Ghidorah>
Hyperbyte: Are you running firefox5 in LTSP?
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12:46
<Hyperbyte>
Ghidorah, yessir.
12:46
Not as a local app though.
12:46
<Ghidorah>
:(
12:46
<Hyperbyte>
But it works as a local app too (I tested)
12:47
<Ghidorah>
It works as a localapps
12:47
just having a heck of a time getting flash to work in it
12:47
I know local app flash works... chromium + flash in local app works without issue.
12:49
<Hyperbyte>
But ehm... when did you flash get in here?
12:49
Because you were having issues with running Firefox as a local app I believe.
12:49
dbus related issues.
12:50
<Ghidorah>
I couldn't confirm it was a dbus related issue. It was the only error that I had to work with so far.
12:50
I was praying it was a dbus issue :-/
12:54
<Hyperbyte>
But Firefox doesn't start all?
12:54
*at all
12:54
You need to explain a bit better... what happens and when do you get the error?
12:55
<Ghidorah>
Firefox runs without issue.
12:55
Flashplugin crashes
12:55
Firefox stays open
12:56
<Hyperbyte>
And at what point do you get the GConf/dbus error?
12:56
<Ghidorah>
When I launched firefox from xterm it presented the dbus error, firefox continued to function
12:56
<Hyperbyte>
Okay, so disregard that
12:57
<Ghidorah>
My hope was that firefox was calling dbus because of flash
12:57
<Hyperbyte>
The point where the flashplugin crashes, and what Firefox prints to the console then, that would be interesting
12:57
<Ghidorah>
That is what I'm trying to figure out how to get
12:57
When the plugin crashes I get no output in the terminal
12:57
<Hyperbyte>
Okay
12:57
Go to about:plugins in Firefox
12:58
<Ghidorah>
k
12:58
there.
12:58
<Hyperbyte>
One moment
12:58
Need to call it as well to remember what the page looks like
13:00
There's a header there from the flash plugin
13:00
And below it says file is libflashplayer.so
13:00
Pastebin that whole section, or make a screenshot of it and upload it somewhere
13:02
<Ghidorah>
http://pastebin.com/rbiNHn08
13:03
<Hyperbyte>
How did you install this flash plugin?
13:04
<Ghidorah>
I've tried it several ways now.
13:04
First apt-get install flashplugin-installer
13:04
I've tried it with apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
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<Hyperbyte>
Ghidorah, and all this inside the chroot, right?
13:05
<Ghidorah>
Yes sir.
13:06
<Hyperbyte>
Have you tried fetching one directly from Adobe?
13:06
Also, there should be some messages about libflashplayer crashing somewhere
13:06
Either with command 'dmesg' or in '/var/log/syslog' (both on the client)
13:08
<Ghidorah>
Those messages are what I've been searching for but I've seen no update to dmesg or syslog on either chroot or server
13:08
I have several ssh sessions open watching with tail
13:09
I will try package from adobe
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13:10
<Hyperbyte>
Make sure you get 32-bit .so
13:10
<Ghidorah>
Good point, thanks
13:22
<mgariepy>
good morning everyone
13:23
<Hyperbyte>
Morning mgariepy! :)
13:31
<Ghidorah>
Good morning sir.
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13:46
<Hyperbyte>
Hey. :)
13:46
<jammcq>
stgraber: hey, any idea if there's a way for me to turn off the email notifications when packages are built?
13:48
hello Hyperbyte
13:50
<Ghidorah>
jammcq: where at in Mich are ya from?
13:51
<stgraber>
jammcq: Launchpad adds a few headers to the mail that you can easily filter on.
13:51
<jammcq>
Ghidorah: i'm in Clarkston
13:52
<stgraber>
jammcq: sorry for the flood, that should disappear once I get them all to build once :)
13:52
<Ghidorah>
Nice, I'm in Detroit
13:52
<jammcq>
stgraber: no prob. I'll filter them out
13:52
Ghidorah: cool. I was just downtown on tuesday night
13:53
<Ghidorah>
For a tiger game?
13:54
<jammcq>
no. there's a new brazilian steakhouse downtown, and i've got a weakness for those
13:54
<Ghidorah>
oooh that sounds so good
13:54
what is the places name
13:55
<jammcq>
'Texas de Brazil'
13:55
it's in the Compuware building
13:55
what part of detroit are you in?
13:55
<Ghidorah>
Well I work in Detroit and live downriver
13:56
I work at the UofD Jesuit High School
13:56
<jammcq>
cool
13:56
oh, with John Hanksc???
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13:56
<Ghidorah>
He is my boss
13:56
<jammcq>
oh great
13:56
i've met him a few times
13:56* vagrantc waves to jammcq
13:56
<jammcq>
ask him why he doesn't come to the MUG meetings :)
13:57
hey vagrantc
13:57
how's it going?
13:57
<vagrantc>
jetlagged, but otherwise good
13:57
<jammcq>
back home?
13:57
or just getting there?
13:57
<Ghidorah>
He says his wife doesn't let him do anything ;)
13:57
<jammcq>
ah
13:57
that explains it
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<vagrantc>
jammcq: about 4 days into debconf... 9 more to go :)
13:58
<jammcq>
oh wow
13:58
are you enjoying bosnia ?
13:58
finding good places to eat and drink?
13:58* vagrantc sighs
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<vagrantc>
the food is really good, just getting repetative
13:59
<jammcq>
I still consider Spain one of my favorite places
13:59
that trip to saville was awesome
14:06
<Ghidorah>
jammcq: what are MUG meetings?
14:06
<jammcq>
Ghidorah: http://www.MUG.org it's our Unix user group
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<Ghidorah>
oh nice
14:08
any idea when the next meeting is?
14:08
maybe John and I will come
14:08
<jammcq>
it's always the 2nd tuesday of the month
14:08
so... Aug 9th
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<vagrantc>
jammcq: yeah, i've been to a few conferences in spain now ... definitely nice.
14:17
<Ghidorah>
Hyperbyte: I feel like a dummy. So I use VM as my test terminal
14:17
the flash plugin was crashing in that
14:17
but when I ran it on real hardware
14:17
it doesn't crash
14:17
fail. :(
14:23
<Hyperbyte>
Ghidorah, no, win. :D You got it sorted now, haven't you? :P
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<Ghidorah>
Yeah you're right, just one of those head banging moments.
14:31
<Hyperbyte>
Bad news from Oslo. :\ Bomb went off in or near government building...
14:31
<Ghidorah>
Oh no.
14:37
<dead_inside>
where is Oslo
14:40
<vagrantc>
norway
14:40
<Ghidorah>
Norway
14:40
<dead_inside>
dam
14:40
that sucks :(
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<warren>
who is doing all those PPA builds with mail going to ~ltsp-upstream?
17:48
I'm getting flooded with a ton of Ubuntu specific mail
17:48
it is highly improper to do it using the ~ltsp-upstream group for notification
17:48
<Hyperbyte>
warren: stgraber explained in a mail to ltsp-developers
17:49
<warren>
odd, I'm not on ltsp-developers anymore...
17:51
<Hyperbyte>
<stgraber> The result is daily build packages for lucid, maverick, natty and oneiric showing up in: https://launchpad.net/~ltsp-upstream/+archive/daily/+packages
17:51
<stgraber> Once I'm done fixing the packaging and making sure everything builds, you should only receive e-mail for when there's an actual build failure
17:51
<warren>
stgraber, could you please build it using an account that is NOT ltsp-upstream? this is totally irrelevant to other distros and quite annoying.
17:51
<abeehc>
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=4E2985D1.5060006%40ubuntu.com&forum_name=ltsp-developer
17:54
<Hyperbyte>
warren, according to stgraber the mails have quite distinctive headers, which make them easy to filter if you don't want them.
17:54
See some discussion earlier today on http://irclogs.ltsp.org/
17:54
<warren>
grrr
17:55
<Hyperbyte>
Grrr? :P
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<roasted>
Is there a place anywhere that I need to change the IP of the server?
18:02
I'm running a server with 2 NIC's and my clients aren't PXE booting off it.
18:02
just curious if I need to bind to LTSP which IPs are being used, etc.
18:03
<Hyperbyte>
roasted, your server needs to have a statically configured IP, else LTSP will not work.
18:03
<roasted>
Hyperbyte, it does.
18:03
<abeehc>
it'll work; not awesome practice though obviously
18:03
<roasted>
sec, let me skip the switch thing and plug in my laptop directly to the server
18:03
and see if that boots
18:04
that way I can tell if its the box or the network
18:04
<Hyperbyte>
abeehc, it won't work unless you hack dhcpd to point to different server automatically, as well as regenerate ssh keys and client image on every new IP.
18:04
<abeehc>
yep
18:05
hacking dhcpd is pretty much the ticket
18:05
<alkisg>
ip -oneline -family inet addr show
18:05
netstat -nap | grep :67
18:05
Those should reveal the problem...
18:05
<roasted>
doesnt work with my laptop plugged in directly
18:08
I'm not using this server for dhcp. I have commented lines in my ltsp dhcpd.conf because I originally thought I was.
18:08
wonder if that's why
18:09
<alkisg>
Hehe... that was some vital info missing there :D
18:09
<roasted>
I had forgotten about it to be honest. :P
18:09
<alkisg>
So troubleshooting the dhcp server should come first
18:09
<roasted>
I had one of those "wait a minute, why isn't dhcp running"
18:10
I'm tempted to fire up dhcp on this server actually
18:10
to test
18:10
but that may make a mess
18:14
<abeehc>
it is worth properly understanding dhcpd; hacking or otherwise
18:14
there are ways to not make a mess
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<roasted>
abeehc, yeah, I had just forgotten that we switched it up at the last minute
18:26
abeehc, however, I'm thinking it'd just be easier to implement dhcp on the ltsp servers
18:26
and let them run in their own subnet
18:28
seems strange that eth0 is configured for a static IP yet it pulled a DHCP addy
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<abeehc>
it seems impossible
18:31
am i mistaken in thinking currently you are using windows dhcpd?
18:31
i'd go with it on the ltsp servers too in that case.
18:31
<roasted>
yeah, my interface config file is 17.2 for eth0, yet it just pulled a 17.11
18:31
which our range is 17.10 to 17.254
18:32
its set to static in the interface file. net manager uninstalled.
18:32
I just restarted the net services and now its 17.2 as it should be
18:32
it just shocked me to see 17.11 when it clearly was 17.2 in the config file
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<roasted>
but yeah, we're using windows dhcp :( I think it'd be cleaner to use ltsp for dhcp in its own subnet
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<Ghidorah>
roasted: I'm using windows dhcp without issues with LTSP.
18:54
granted every ltsp client gets a reservation.
18:56
<roasted>
Ghidorah, just got one working
18:56
one lab anyway
18:56
I have two labs off this server, with each lab being in its own subnet
18:56
the other still isnt working though
18:57
I'd much rather have ltsp do the dhcp, though
19:03
<alkisg>
This way you can have a windows server, and manage everything on the ltsp server instead: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ProxyDHCP
19:15
<roasted>
where are ltsp logs stored? Im getting images to boot from one subnet, but not the other.
19:16
<alkisg>
There are no ltsp logs related to booting
19:16
If you mean dhcp logs or tftp logs or ... then look at daemon.log
19:16
Or just paste the exact error that you're seeing on the client, that will help more :)
19:21
<jhutchins>
If you run dhclient on a static-configured interface it will override the static address.
19:27
<Ghidorah>
Does anyone know if you have to copy the public/private keys from italc-master into the italc-client (in chroot)?
19:38
<alkisg>
Ghidorah: there are 2 ways to install italc. First, the easiest, is to just install it on the server.
19:38
Second method = install it to the chroot as well
19:38
In the second method you need to copy the keys, yeah
19:41
<Ghidorah>
Thank you sir.
19:43
alkisg: if I install it via option 2 do I still need to install italc-client on the server?
19:44
<alkisg>
apt-cache show italc-master | grep Depends ==> you'll see there that's a dependency
19:44
So you cannot have italc-master without the client
19:45
<abeehc>
i'm having mostly random non-booting clients with a new lucid server i did recently; primarly done following the existing ubuntu ltsp fat client instructions - maybe something along the lines of lp 589034?
19:46
<Ghidorah>
Thank you for supplying the command, it is very helpful.
19:49
<alkisg>
abeehc: it's been causing problems in many setups, so remove nbd-proxy and see if the problem persists
19:51
<abeehc>
well that's the thing i did roll through your instructions and still persists .. i replaced that file, updated initramfs and ltsp-update-kernsl then i modified the pxelinux.cfg/default
19:51
i removed queit splash at that point to so I know that part worked
19:51
short of a way to confirm i did properly disable nbd-rpoxy i'll try those isntructions again sfrom the start
19:51
<alkisg>
abeehc: to check if it worked, run `ps -ef | grep proxy` on a localxterm
19:51
!localxterm
19:51
<ltsp>
alkisg: localxterm: while sitting on a thin client, open a gnome terminal. In that, run: ltsp-localapps xterm. An xterm will open. That xterm runs locally, so any commands you enter there are executed directly on the client..
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19:55
<abeehc>
ok it's still running on the client i'll run through those steps again
19:56
thank you
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20:03
<Ghidorah>
On my italc-master server the ica doesn't start on bootup. I'm getting ica[13229] general protection ip:7f1ad40c6eac sp:7fffdde7fc50 error:0 in my syslog
20:03
I'm assuming it is a permissions issue, if I do sudo ica-launcher it starts
20:05
<abeehc>
as ever your instructions are excellent alkisg; i must have missed something on first try. thanskagain
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20:09
<alkisg>
Ghidorah: italc unfortunately is too buggy, I stopped using it 2 years ago
20:10
Check if you can find italc 2.0 beta anywhere
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20:10
<alkisg>
For some people/labs even italc 1 works fine though
20:10
<Ghidorah>
I get it working, seemingly, just the server doesn't start on its own :-/
20:15
<warren>
stgraber, Hyperbyte: why can't it move to a different launchpad account? most of the people on ltsp-upstream are not Ubuntu.
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