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Question - Just upgraded from Hardy to Lucid and am getting the tftp T01 'File not found' error on client boot.
I edited /etc/default/tftpd-hpa to change the TFTP_DIRECTORY to /var/lib/tftpboot and added --secure to TFTP_OPTIONS. I restarted the tftpd-hpa service. What am I missing?
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and is there any way to increase the level of tftpd-hpa logging?
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Ah. Rebuilding the image sorted things out. Great!
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hi ppl :) hi alkisg, still on holiday? until when?
Hi markit, I have leave of absense for phd, until the next september (not this one)
No real holidays though, too much work. How are you?
alkisg: I'm fine, on holiday at home to try to finish elementary school ltsp server
I'm documenting and preparing ruby scripts for basic setups and students account creation... it slows down a lot the preparation
also because I'm comparing with what I did and documented for 10.04 kubuntu (now I'm using 11.04)
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and having 3 points where things are documented and referenced is a nightmare, I must find some better solution
(one has been create a "generic basic setup" script where you specify the kind of school and then installs the related programs)
I do hope that italc will work, otherwise I'm in a real mess
I've seen 2.0 has been announced, but I've not found any kubuntu 11.04 package so far
It's final? Not beta still?
and I will have to fight with teacher's ignorance about computers too
alkisg: on the site there is no reference, but in ML or other places is "final", AFAIU
Cool, I hope it doesn't crash all of the time now
Does the developer still care about linux compatibility? Or he's only testing on windows now?
alkisg: thanks for scaring me so much
btw, why did you not decided to simply fork the project and create a GNU-ony one?
Haha that wasn't my intention, I just hated trying to get it to work for a few months, and trying to fix bugs etc, and finally having to create my own...
Fork italc? What for? I don't like its possibilities
alkisg: as far as I remember, your one is italc + class management, but I just need the "screen sharing/monitoring" stuff
but I need a reliable one (and with italian UI, lol)
there is nothing worse than a crash on the teacher's console
and at elementary schools the screen share/monitor is a paramount feature
wondering why my experience was that italc crashed a lot (I dropped it) while talking with someone else involved in schools seems that it works fine
sure, NP :)
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markit: my "screen sharing/monitoring" part is less than 500 lines, and it has twice the features and speed of italc
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That's why I didn't want to fork the italc code
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italc in some labs works fine, while in some others it crashes every few minutes, and in some others every few seconds
I hope the new 2.0 version runs fine in most labs, that will make a lot of people happy
Another reason I didn't fork italc was that i wanted to be able to run it on 64 mb clients
Now my client needs < 1 MB RAM
alkisg: ehm, < 1MB? my alarm clock has as much ram, lol
alkisg: is easy to isolate/drop those 500 lines and make what I need work, while waiting your phd to finish and your project to get the attention it deserver?
markit: if you know your way around python, gtk, twisted (networking library), and shell, sure
But we'll be separating the classroom management part from the server administration part anyway, into 2 programs
I know, but if italc fails I'm in a tremendous hurry
all the migration will be considered a failure
I would love you will do the split, sure I will not be able to do as good as you.
(and that I will be able to do in some way is all to be proved)
The split isn't really necessary for you to use sch-scripts, you can just hide the menus you don't want the teachers to have
But anyway, if italc fails, you can use netsupport or something, some of the commercial apps have linux versions
I don't want any proprietary software, is the key point of the migration
Sure. But if you *have* to?
Then you'll consider it a failure and get back to using *only* preprietary software?
That doesn't make sense... :)
I know, but I've forced to forget a lot of proprietary software because user's are lazy, only "you can't do" works with them
and makes them use their brain and adopt different solutions
and in any case I would have to pay with my money
because the budget has already been defined
and I would prefer give them to you than to a proprietary sw
Another approach if italc crashes would be to pay his developers to fix it
alkisg: I've had the feeling that he does not care much about input from userbase
but I would prefer to try this road, sure
I got the feeling he cares about money though :)
He only continued to work on italc once he got funding from some german company, afaik
That's a good thing, I don't blame him for that
well, in any case is a shame if he does not receives some founding... foss at school is so important, and his is a key component
alkisg: may I talk with you in private?
I don't think I wanna know.
Hehe, school talk, not related to you enterprise guys :P
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morning guys :)
hi Hyperbyte :)
what are you up to today Hyperbyte?
Preparing and voicetracking my Top 30 radioshow currently, tonight I need to fix some problems at work...
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Hyperbyte, i have a print spooler that keeps erroring out and needs to be reset... i'm trying to find a way to do it automatically.
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That doesn't sound like fun. :P
Not for a saturday at least.
yea, it's no fun - it's MS Windows and the log file doesn't appear until after you manually 'dump' the log from the spooler applicatikon.. it's rediculous
the error it spits out is a visual basic errror.. permission denied.. microsoft websites recommend i use 'filemon' to find the problem - but i don't know how to make the error happen.. and runing filemon indefinetly to find an error is a bad idea.
it's a proprietary app.. no documentation and no support
i want to strangle myself
That doesn't sound like a good plan for a saturday either.
i guess i'm being dramatic.. i've been trying to convince the guys at floreantpos or openbravo to modify their systems to work for our restaurant; so far no go.. i'll keep buggin them
openbravopos has a fork named openpos now.. i haven't tried that; i've heard it is stil buggy.
most pos solutions are for retail and not restaurant; it's a whole different ballgame
i'd love to get the erp and pos in one
cause really using an open source system is the only way to really 'fix' my problems i'm having.
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Haha tomatousb router firmware can run nbd, nfs, tftp... a router could make a fine fat client server with this!
i run tomato on my linksys wap here at work for our patrons
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