IRC chat logs for #ltsp on irc.freenode.net (webchat)


Channel log from 2 October 2012   (all times are UTC)

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06:09
<Hyperbyte>
Morning!
06:10
<knipwim>
Hyperbyte: mogge!
06:15
<mealstrom>
morning
06:15
good
06:20
<Hyperbyte>
:)
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06:23
<work_alkisg>
Καλημέρα
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06:24
<alkisg>
Hyperbyte: whenever you feed like it, we could start working on porting the greek schools map to ltsp.org...
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06:35
<elias_a>
Hyvää huomenta!
06:36
<muppis>
Huomenta.
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07:13
<Hyperbyte>
alkisg, right... problem is I've horribly busy the past few months
07:14
I think I'm in my last two weeks of being horribly busy though
07:21
+been
07:21
Travel organisation I work fulltime for is launching it's new travel season with whole new IT system for customers, that's lots of work for me
07:22
Radio Capelle where I volunteer has a completely new IT and studio which requires some attention every now and then still
07:22
Then Radio 1 evening gig has started it's new season again
07:22
And for my own company I also have a new customer I need to keep satisfied....
07:22
So....
07:22
LTSP kind of had to take a back seat. :(
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07:34
<alkisg>
Hyperbyte: np, take your time, we don't want you overworked :)
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08:01
<Hyperbyte>
:)
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08:30
<jimjimovich>
anyone experiencing problems with flash drives using ubuntu 12.04 and ltsp-pnp?
08:31
all flash drive capacities are always reported with strange, incorrect, numbers. things don't copy correctly or report errors when trying to open files. these are thin clients.
08:34
<alkisg>
Thin clients? So, ltspfs.. no idea there
08:48
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: if I remember right, there was a bug in the main ubuntu ltsp that was fixed a while back.
08:48
<alkisg>
There was one related to 64bit clients
08:48
But the fix should be there in 12.04
08:49
And the problem was that it didn't work at all, it wasn't that it malfunctioned
08:49
<jimjimovich>
This is a real bummer. Things worked so well in 10.04 ... kind of regretting the upgrade :)
08:50
although, the pnp part is making life a lot easier
08:50
<alkisg>
Many schools here decided not to upgrade to 12.04
08:50
ltsp-pnp is good for fat clients, or at least mixed thin/fat labs, not plain thins...
08:51
<jimjimovich>
why not for thins?
08:51
we actually have a bit of a mix, but we've mostly abandoned our fat clients because we ran into too many limitations
08:51
<alkisg>
It doesn't make much sense to publish the whole server disk with all the applications, i.e. 1Gb+ chroot instead of a 200 mb chroot
08:51
What kind of limitations?
08:52
<jimjimovich>
some networking problems, no access to some apps due to permissions
08:52
we also have a lot of computers with low amounts of RAM and slow Atom processors
08:53
<alkisg>
atoms with 768 ram should be better as fats than as thins
08:54
<jimjimovich>
Yeah, this is what I've heard. Unfortunately, modern browsers will quickly use up GBs of ram and bring everything to a halt
08:57
<alkisg>
NBD_SWAP is automatically activated for fats with < 800mb ram, and you can manually activate even for clients with more RAM
08:57
E.g. NBD_SWAP=True for all
08:59
<jimjimovich>
is it possible to have a fat client run some apps on the server? (like the reverse of localapps?)
08:59
<alkisg>
LTSP_REMOTEAPPS=True and then ltsp-remoteapps app
09:00
<jimjimovich>
oh wow, how did I miss that?
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09:02
<alkisg>
REMOTE_APPS=True, sorry
09:02
<jimjimovich>
Thanks, I have no idea how I missed that.
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09:07
<ltspuser_07>
hello
09:07
I'm having a problem
09:09
I have a squeeze filesystem and I am opening sessions using LDM and my firefox and thunderbird and other applications have a different theme
09:09
using xrdp all looks good...
09:09
but I need to use LDM
09:10
I have taken a snapshot with the problem
09:10
http://imagebin.org/230484
09:10
I am using Ubuntu 12.04
09:11
in firefox the menu bar is light grey
09:11
and the theme that I'm using is Ambiance
09:11
so the firefox menu bar should have the same colours of the theme
09:11
right?
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09:21
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: When I boot as a fat client, I can't launch epoptes
09:22
<alkisg>
jimjimovich: I think I write that on the wiki, you need to use remote apps there
09:22
So that it launches on the server, where the clients connect
09:22
<jimjimovich>
got ya. i think this remote app thing might solve all the problems we were having
09:23
<alkisg>
http://www.epoptes.org/documentation/fat-clients
09:24
<jimjimovich>
okay, here's another problem. I stick a flash drive in and it says I can't mount it because I don't have permissions
09:25
<alkisg>
What's the output of `id` ?
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09:28
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: http://pastebin.com/GFT29rDf
09:29
hmmm ... maybe my permissions are messed up
09:29
<alkisg>
Try: udisks --mount /dev/sdb1
09:29
(or whatever sdb* the stick is)
09:31
<ltspuser_07>
any help for my problem with firefox themes
09:31
yesterday i talk to alkisg but still with no resolution
09:32
<alkisg>
jimjimovich: I just tried on a fat client without putting the user in any groups at all, it auto-opened without me doing anything special
09:32
<jimjimovich>
we had a problem with all of our permissions (even standard ones created with a new account) getting deleted when we did the upgrade.
09:33
permission is denied with udisks as well
09:38
<ltspuser_07>
any help please?
09:38
any idea?
09:39
<alkisg>
jimjimovich: first check the user ownerships under /home/username, then try ls -lha /dev, and see if the system groups match, etc etc
09:44
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: the ownership for the home folder is "administrator:administrator"
09:44
<ltspuser_07>
any help to change the firefox theme
09:44
?
09:44
<jimjimovich>
for /dev, I'm getting mostly root
09:44
<ltspuser_07>
I want to have the same theme as ubuntu on firefox
09:44
I'm opening sessions using LDM
09:45
<jimjimovich>
ltspuser_07: as far as i know, LDM has nothing to do with firefox themes
09:45
alkisg: /dev/sda1 has permissions root:disk
09:46
<alkisg>
jimjimovich: that part is fine
09:47
<ltspuser_07>
yes jimjimovich
09:47
but when I use xrdp it works fine
09:47
I don't understand...
09:47
<alkisg>
jimjimovich: for /dev, you should be getting groups different than root for most of the stuff there
09:49
<jimjimovich>
so does my user need to be part of the disk group?
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09:49
<alkisg>
No, udisk takes care of that
09:50
jimjimovich: e.g. if /home/administrator/.gvfs doesn't have the correct owner, you'll have multiple permission problems...
09:51
<jimjimovich>
it seems to have the right permissions
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09:54
<ltspuser_07>
anybody?
09:54
I see that my problem is verty dificult to solve...
09:54
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: /home/administrator/.gvfs on the server or on the fat client?
09:55
<alkisg>
Should be the same, let's say fat...
09:55
<jimjimovich>
on the client it's administrtor:administrator, on the server it's a bunch of question marks
09:56
well, for my user it is, for another user (that also doesn't work), they are the same
09:57
<alkisg>
Try to create a new user, see if it helps...
09:58
<jimjimovich>
that's exactly what i was doing when you typed that :)
09:58
<alkisg>
Btw, any permission problems on the server are transferred on the chroot with ltsp-pnp
09:58
<jimjimovich>
new user can not mount the disk either
10:00
<alkisg>
Sounds like system-wide permission problems then
10:00
That's gnome, right?
10:00
<jimjimovich>
yeah, gnome
10:01
<alkisg>
Yup I tried it half an hour ago, worked out of the box, so something is wrong in your installation. Can you try the same thing directly on the server?
10:01
<jimjimovich>
sure
10:04
automounts with no problems on the server
10:05
also, is it right that I should not be able to do anything as sudo on the fat client?
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10:18
<alkisg>
Yes
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10:38
<ltspuser_07>
any help for my problems with firefox theme?
10:39
<jimjimovich>
alkisg: i think i might know what the problem is with the permissions. but can you explain to me how the permissions are transfered from the server to the fat client?
10:47
<alkisg>
bbiab
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<jimjimovich>
turns out the problem is that /media was exported as an extra mount point via fuse. LOCAL_APPS_EXTRAMOUNTS=/media,/Отделы
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<mgariepy>
stgraber, when do we need to leave for BTS ?
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<mgariepy>
stgraber, do you know if we need to pick up some ppl at bangor ?
13:08
<stgraber>
mgariepy: according to the wiki, we don't need to pick up anybody this time around, so we can leave whenever we feel like
13:09
mgariepy: that said, I'd kinda like arriving before 6pm for once ;)
13:10
mgariepy: so probably leaving Sherbrooke around 8:30-9am or something like that so we can stop to eat somewhere along the way and still arrive around 4pm over there
13:24
<mgariepy>
stgraber, i would like to arrive a 4pm as well ;)
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13:27
<highvoltage>
leaving betweem 8:30 and 9:30 seems completely reasonable.
13:29
<mgariepy>
highvoltage, yeah we can pickup the car at 8am and then go pickup stgraber and simpoir
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<stgraber>
mgariepy, highvoltage: sounds good
13:41
<cliebow>
!seen jammcq
13:41
<ltsp>
jammcq was last seen in #ltsp 1 week, 4 days, 20 hours, 11 minutes, and 1 second ago: <jammcq> err... hello friends
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<dead_inside>
!seen evil_root
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<ltsp>
I have not seen evil_root.
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13:54
<ltspuser_70>
i need help
13:54
anyone?
13:55
<dead_inside>
!ask
13:55
<ltsp>
ask: Don't ask to ask a question, simply ask it, and if someone knows the answer, they'll respond. Please hang around for at least a full hour after asking a question, as not everybody constantly monitors the channel.
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14:06
<ltspuser_70>
ok
14:06
i need to change this
14:06
http://imagebin.org/230484
14:06
if you see this printscreen
14:06
you can see that firefox doesn't assume the ubuntu's theme
14:06
I have a squeeze filesystem
14:07
and I'm using LDM and gnome...
14:08
<alkisg>
And if you login directly on the server, firefox is fine?
14:08
<highvoltage>
I *think* I fixed that before by installing the light-themes package in the chroot
14:09
<alkisg>
highvoltage: for server apps? or for localapps? ltspuser_70 says it's not a localapps firefox...
14:09
<highvoltage>
ah I see
14:10
<ltspuser_70>
for server apps...
14:10
<alkisg>
(05:08:06 μμ) alkisg: And if you login directly on the server, firefox is fine?
14:10
<ltspuser_70>
yes...
14:10
if i use etch based filesystem and user xrdp it's all good...
14:11
use*
14:11
<alkisg>
If you run `ps aux|grep firefox` on the server, do you see the firefox process running?
14:11
If not, then it's a "localapp" firefox
14:14
<ltspuser_70>
yes i see
14:14
in this case is user2 that is using firefox...
14:15
i have installed another theme
14:15
and on the server if i change the firefox change
14:15
in LDM session is not changing...
14:16
<alkisg>
I can't think of how ltsp would break firefox themes while they'd work with e.g. xrdp...
14:17
<ltspuser_70>
it could be the filesystem...
14:17
I said that worked using xrdp but in a debian etch filesystem
14:18
in this LDM session I am usinga a squeeze filesystem
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14:20
<alkisg>
Try locally on the server then
14:21
<ltspuser_70>
locally is working
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14:22
<ltspuser_70>
I can't use xrdp because ubuntu's indicator-applet crash
14:23
sometimes gives an error and the bar with date and start menu disappear
14:25
<||cw>
you're using ubuntu's indicator-applet on debian?
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14:26
<alkisg>
ltspuser_70: btw why you're using a debian chroot on an ubuntu server? (instead of an ubuntu chroot?)
14:27
<ltspuser_70>
because I have thin clients with that filesystem optimized...
14:28
so I have a squeeze filesystem and I'm trying to put all working with Ubuntu 12.04
14:28
<||cw>
so they're debian based thin clients, not nfs/nbd?
14:29
is it running firefox as a localapp?
14:30
<ltspuser_70>
yes
14:30
they are nfs
14:30
and firefox is running on server
14:31
<||cw>
um
14:31
<ltspuser_70>
but my DHCP and DNS server is a Debian
14:31
<||cw>
no. localapp means it runs on the thin client directly
14:31
and then need firefox-gnome-support on the thin client and the ubuntu theme
14:31
I think
14:32
if it runs on the server, there's not really any reason it shouldn't work
14:32
<ltspuser_70>
but firefox runs on ubuntu server...
14:32
<||cw>
unless you're missing something. so compare your etch and squeeze packages and see what's different
14:34
<ltspuser_70>
I've done that...
14:34
<||cw>
run this and dump to a file on each, then diff them dpkg --get-selections | grep '[[:space:]]install$'| awk '{print $1}'
14:35
there will be many differences though
14:35* alkisg notes that ltspuser_70 didn't say that ldm was working ok with etch, just xrdp
14:36
<ltspuser_70>
I have a debian server which is DNS, DHCP,NFS server and provides a filesystem to thin clients and then in lts.conf there is a configuration to open a session on Ubuntu 12.04
14:38
<||cw>
alkisg: can corect me if I'm wrong, but I think the only way a different thin client image can theme any app differently is if the app is running as a localapp and the client image is missing the themes.
14:39
<ltspuser_70>
I have tried open a X session but I think my xorg.conf is not working...
14:39
yes i understand
14:39
<alkisg>
That's what I thought too, but appareantly it can be done...! I've also seen all the theme breaking when gnome-settings-daemon dies, but I've never seen the theme breaking only for some apps (while working locally)
14:39
So I can't think of anything here
14:39
<ltspuser_70>
but could be some package missing and the theme don't change...
14:40
I don't know...
14:40
can you help me to build my xorg.conf??
14:40
if it works using a xdmcp session that's enough for me...
14:41
<alkisg>
Try SCREEN_07=xdmcp then
14:41
<||cw>
you do know it is fairly trivial to have your dhcp server tell thin clients to get the image/nfs from the ubuntu ltsp host right?
14:42
<ltspuser_99>
I'm trying to make a thin clients serial port available to a rdesktop session. I know that rdesktop handles redirection of the com port
14:42
the question is, how do I configure the clients com port first?
14:43
I've googled and can't find anything obvious
14:44
<ltspuser_70>
alkisg: are you telling me to put in lts.conf SCREEN_07=xdmcp? And then?
14:44
<alkisg>
ltspuser_70: that will make your client use XDMCP
14:44
So you'll see if it works with xdmcp or not
14:44
You'll need to enable xdmcp on the ubuntu server too, of course
14:44
<ltspuser_70>
||cw: yes I know... and it's working like that
14:45
<||cw>
so why a debian image?
14:45
<ltspuser_70>
yes
14:45
it's enable
14:45
because the debian is the DHCP and DNS and LTSP server...
14:45
and the terminal opens session on Ubuntu
14:45
<alkisg>
ltspuser_70: then that's all you need to change, your lts.conf, nothing more, to have your client use xdmcp
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<ltspuser_70>
yes...
14:49
but if I only configure that it's opening xdmcp session to the debian server (the DHCP,DNS server)
14:49
I want to open to Ubuntu
14:51
<alkisg>
You do that with SERVER=ubuntu-ip currently, or with NBD_SERVER or NFS_SERVER, right?
14:51
Or do you use LDM_SERVER?
14:51
Anyway, put SCREEN_02=shell, and try X -query ubuntu-ip
14:51
<ltspuser_70>
I have like this
14:51
SERVER = "192.168.69.199" DNS_SERVER = "192.168.69.199" SEARCH_DOMAIN = "teste.com" #LDM_SERVER = "192.168.69.212" SCREEN_01 = "none" SCREEN_02 = "xdmcp"
14:52
and the other options...
14:52
<alkisg>
Try with only SCREEN_02=shell, and X -query ubuntu-ip, to see if it works fine
14:53
<ltspuser_70>
ok
14:54
I think it wont work because of mine xorg.conf
14:55
<kb8wmc>
I am attempting to pxe boot Thinkpad T40 client from Ubuntu 10.04; client boots up to login screen, but then receive black screen which "Invalid card number." error...I can pull up SCREEN_01 for login but the black screen "Invalid card number." returns within several seconds....anyone have ideas
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<ltspuser_70>
alkisg: doesn't work
14:56
<alkisg>
You didn't get a shell?
14:56
<ltspuser_70>
I only see the arrow of the mouse
14:57
<alkisg>
With SCREEN_02=shell you got a mouse?
14:57
<ltspuser_70>
and the rest is a black screen...
14:57
and it stucks...
14:57
no...
14:57
with X -query ubuntu-ip
14:57
<alkisg>
Then you have a server misconfiguration wrt XDMCP
14:58
<ltspuser_70>
yes
14:58
<alkisg>
Enable XDMCP on your server
14:58
<ltspuser_70>
i think it's my xorg.conf...
14:58
it's enabled
15:00
<alkisg>
Can you verify that it's working?
15:00
If your xorg had problems, you wouldn't see a mouse
15:01
<ltspuser_70>
but i think it stucks in some hardware
15:01
because if i put the flag disabling hotplug the screen appears but the mouse and the keyboard don't work
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<||cw>
firewall on the server?
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<ltspuser_70>
alkisg: the log from Xorg finish like this (**) Genius Optical Mouse: EmulateWheelButton: 4, EmulateWheelInertia: 10, EmulateWheelTimeout: 200 (II) XINPUT: Adding extended input device "Genius Optical Mouse" (type: MOUSE) (II) Genius Optical Mouse: initialized for relative axes. (II) config/udev: Adding input device Genius Optical Mouse (/dev/input/mouse0) (II) No input driver/identifier specified (ignoring)
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<ltspuser_70>
and this errors too
15:20
(WW) The directory "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc" does not exist. Entry deleted from font path. (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/X11/cyrillic" does not exist. Entry deleted from font path. (WW) The directory "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/cyrillic" does not exist. Entry deleted from font path. (WW) The directory "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/" does not exist. Entry deleted from font path. (WW) Th
15:20
<||cw>
those arne't errors, and your message was cut off
15:21
only (EE) lines are errors
15:21
(**) is informational, (WW) is a warning
15:21
<ltspuser_70>
so it gives no errors but don't work...
15:22
I only see a black screen with an arrow from mouse
15:22
I can move the arrow at start for like 2 or 3 seconds and then stuck...
15:22
and it stays like this...
15:25
i think it's my xorg.conf
15:25
but I don't know how to change it
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<||cw>
that usually means there's no desktop environment config'd
15:26
or, it's only running local and not connecting to the server
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<kb8wmc>
I am attempting to pxe boot Thinkpad T40 client from Ubuntu 10.04; client boots up to login screen, but then receive black screen which "Invalid card number." error...I can pull up SCREEN_01 for login but the black screen "Invalid card number." returns within several seconds....anyone have ideas
15:30
<ltspuser_70>
| | cw: where i can see that?
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<cliebow>
anyone spoken to jammcq?
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<ltspuser_99>
anyone know how to configure a serial port on a thin client?
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<muppis>
kb8wmc, "invalid card number" is something to do with soundcards and can be ignored in 10.04
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<muppis>
kb8wmc, did you get my reply to invalid card number -message?
16:27
<kb8wmc>
muppis: thanks for the info
16:28
<muppis>
No prob.
16:28
<kb8wmc>
can the sound be disabled on client boot as it keeps the process reverting to the warning screen
16:30
<muppis>
Not really because it's comes from pulseaudio when it loads modules and that message just leaks from of those.
16:31
It's just annoying, nothing else.
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<muppis>
ltspuser_99, you got a root shell at client?
16:40
ltspuser_99, or xterm at least.
16:46
<ltspuser_70>
hello
16:46
i have a filesystem ubuntu and when i try to boot from thinclient appears the error "mount: warning: / seems to be mounter read-only"
16:47
and the system doesn't start
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<alkisg>
kb8wmc: try SCREEN_07=shell, and there, run lspci -nn -k | grep -A2 VGA
17:02
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: ok, thanks
17:06
alkisg: VGA compatible controller [0300]: ATI Technologies Inc. Radeon RV250 [Mobility FireGL 9000] [1002:4c66] (rev 02)
17:07
Kernel driver in use: radeon
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<alkisg>
kb8wmc: ok, now try: startx
17:07
<kb8wmc>
Kernel modules: radeonfb, radeon
17:08
ok, it takes me to a root terminal
17:08
<alkisg>
xterm? or text mode?
17:08
<kb8wmc>
text
17:09
<alkisg>
Does it say anything about errors?
17:09
It sounds to me like you have a graphics problem
17:09
<kb8wmc>
negative on errors
17:09
<alkisg>
OK, next, remove the SCREEN_07=shell, and try this:
17:09
!nomodeset
17:09
<ltsp>
nomodeset: Unfortunately, Kernel Mode Setting (KMS) doesn't work well with some cards. To disable it, open /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg/default and replace "quiet splash" with "nomodeset".
17:10
<kb8wmc>
do this in lts.conf????
17:10
<alkisg>
No, in the file it says, pxelinux.cfg/default
17:10
<kb8wmc>
rgr...will do
17:13
<alkisg>
highvoltage: I think you said you haven't seen the problem with ldm shifting the login window to the left? I attached a screenshot: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp/+bug/1017871
17:13* alkisg gets that in almost all of his installations...
17:13
<highvoltage>
alkisg: hmm, perhaps I should try it in greek
17:14
<alkisg>
Hehe no the language doesn't affect it, afaik.. knipwim, you saw that in english, right?
17:14
Let me try in english...
17:19
<knipwim>
yes, i'm using english
17:21
<alkisg>
Yup, just got a screenshot of the problem in english as well
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<kb8wmc>
alkisg: when it boots up now, it only displays the Invalid card number warning in a text screen
17:28
<alkisg>
kb8wmc: ok, next try, remove the nomodeset part, and try this in lts.conf: XSERVER=vesa
17:28
kb8wmc: btw, do other clients work fine?
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<kb8wmc>
alkisg: in addition to the above, the mouse is now working and available although I can barely read the small print with my old eyes...
17:58
<alkisg>
(08:52:01 μμ) kb8wmc: alkisg: in addition to the above, ==> what "above"?
17:58
You got disconnected, maybe we missed something?
17:58
Did you get X running?
18:02
<kb8wmc>
no X running
18:02
or if it is, it is actually a side by side text
18:03
I don't understand it
18:03
let me repost "above"
18:04
alkisg: ok, I made changes, and also changed the XSERVER to "ati", now when it boots, I am getting a dual (side by side) text screen, but no longer is it reverting to another screen where the "invalid card number" warning appears
18:05
<alkisg>
kb8wmc: did you try with XSERVER=vesa?
18:06
Things to try, in that order: 1) Check if another client works, 2) Try with XSERVER=vesa, 3) Try with XSERVER=vesa AND nomodeset
18:07
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: no, have not tried 'vesa'.....(1) no other client available (2 & 3) will do, and thank you for your time and help
18:08
<alkisg>
!kvm
18:08
<ltsp>
kvm: To boot a fake thin client with kvm: kvm -ctrl-grab -net nic -net user,tftp=/var/lib/tftpboot,bootfile=/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.0
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<alkisg>
Hyperbyte: why does the bot need 25 seconds to answer?
18:11
<ogra_>
its on bot vacation ?
18:11
<alkisg>
Nah, it responds, but slowly... It's probably affected by the greek economy crisis :P
18:11
<ogra_>
its a greek bot ?
18:12
<alkisg>
It was installed by a greek :D
18:12
<ogra_>
ah !
18:12
<vagrantc>
do greeks have a concept similar to siesta?
18:13
<alkisg>
No, but we do take noon naps anyway
18:14
!bts
18:14
<ltsp>
bts: LTSP By The Sea 2011: Oct 27 - 30, 2011 - Southwest Harbor, Maine http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/ltsp/index.php?title=Ltsp_ByTheSea2011
18:14
<alkisg>
!forget bts
18:14
<ltsp>
The operation succeeded.
18:14
<alkisg>
!learn bts as http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/ByTheSea_2012
18:14
<ltsp>
The operation succeeded.
18:30
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: client TP T40 will now boot up without using the "nomodeset", but does not continue boot to X....gives the following error: "(EE) VESA: Kernel modesetting driver in use, refusing to load
18:30
<alkisg>
kb8wmc: right, so try (3)
18:32
And (4) is what I wrote above with kvm
18:32
I.e. fake a virtual client inside your server
18:33
<kb8wmc>
(EE) No devices detected
18:35
Fatal server error: no screens found
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<alkisg>
So it seems that X won't load with this graphics card, try with a kvm client first to ensure that your installation is fine. bbl
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<kb8wmc>
ERROR: xserver failed, press <enter> to continue
18:40
alkisg: sorry, forgot to note to you, I did attempt (3), it boots but screen is totally blank
18:40
no X on it and no text
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<mikec>
i feel there must be a standard way of implementing pam/krb5 logins for ltsp. I am able to get tickets by using kinit <username>@REALM on the server, but how can I get it so that users at the ldm screen (or some other login display) can authenticate against the kerberos realm?
19:28
I ran pam-auth-update and everything is enabled there
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<vagrantc>
mikec: the same way you would authenticate ssh ...
19:36
<mikec>
so if i have pam enabled and krb5.conf is set, i should be able to authenticate to my kerberos realm from the ldm login screen without further config?
19:37
<vagrantc>
as long as that's how it works for ssh
19:37
i don't really know kerberos ... do you typically need configuration on both sides?
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<ltspuser_23>
hello
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<dead_inside>
hi
19:39
<ltspuser_23>
i have a ltsp server up and running with 1 thin client so far
19:39
<dead_inside>
congrats
19:39
<mikec>
i guess i dont really know what the ldm login screen is doing. is it going "ssh <username>@<ltsp-server>"? where as kerberos it would need to "kinit <username>@<ltsp-server>"
19:40
<ltspuser_23>
what i would like to know is, is it possible to use the tv card in the thin client
19:40
the thin client is a stripped down old pc
19:41
<mikec>
i guess if ssh is supposed to authenticate to the kerb realm natively via ldm, its not working cause I can't seem to log in using existing users that are on that KDC
19:42
but I'm at a loss of what futher config would even need to happen
19:42
if any from the ltsp side
19:42
i would imagine I'm not the first person to need this
19:42
<cliebow>
alkisg:yu coming to bts?
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<muppis>
ltspuser_23, yes it is. You just need to know what that tv card needs to work and install all those to chroot.
19:52
<alkisg>
cliebow: nah, no sposorship this year unfortunately :(
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<ltspuser_23>
when you say chroot that means to my i386 image i have created
19:55
?
19:56
<muppis>
No, /opt/ltsp/i386 directory. Image is created from there.
19:57
<ltspuser_23>
ok thank you
20:04
muppis, would you suggest i try boot the thin client via something like a live cd and get the card up and running there and then move the required modules and other files to the chroot?
20:06
<muppis>
ltspuser_23, enable rootshell to client and test there, then it's easier to do it in chroot.
20:06
!screen_02
20:06
<ltsp>
screen_02: To get a root shell on an Ubuntu thin client: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ClientTroubleshooting#Using_a_shell_SCREEN
20:06
<muppis>
Meh.
20:07
<alkisg>
vagrantc: could you check https://bugs.launchpad.net/epoptes/+bug/1054665 ? We only need a dh_installinit override there, right?
20:07
And specify e.g. that epoptes should start in 30, instead of the default 20...
20:11
Does this seem ok? override_dh_installinit: dh_installinit $@ -u defaults 30
20:11
<vagrantc>
alkisg: the numbers are practically meaningless nowadays if you use the LSB headers
20:11
<alkisg>
vagrantc: ubuntu doesn't
20:11
insserv does, but afaik ubuntu doesn't use insserv
20:11
<vagrantc>
oh right.
20:19
<alkisg>
Pushed
20:21
<vagrantc>
mikec: ldm doesn't run the "kinit <username>@<server>" but you might be able to through ldm hooks, if that's needed.
20:25
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: Thank you so much for your help, I managed to get my configuration settings correct enough to be able to actually boot to xserver now, I now need to configure the client to view applications from the server
20:28
<alkisg>
kb8wmc: out of curiosity, how?
20:28
To view applications from the server, you just need to login with a server user
20:33
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: it was all in my configuration set ups....I changed to vesa, deleted nomodeset, changed parameters in my stansa for the T40, set resolution at 800x600
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<kb8wmc>
alkisg: eliminated all but SCREEN_02=shell and SCREEN_05=startx (which I haven't used)...I had several screens in there
20:37
<alkisg>
Don't use startx, use ldm instead
20:38
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: ldm was on SCREEN 07, but I had to disable it in order for client to boot, I will give it another try though
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20:43
<Davew_>
Hi, I had a conversation here last night about Thin Client Manager and Epoptes. I checked up what Epoptes can do
20:44
and although it offers some interesting monitoring capability involving groups it appears to have no user creation capability
20:45
<alkisg>
Indeed, did thin client manager have user creation capabilities?
20:45
<Davew_>
I have to get some 30 plus students into a group called students using their ID's as usernames.
20:47
Since Thin client Manager has been the subject of Bug #1010089 presumably unless someone knows the fix then using this package is counted out.
20:48
<alkisg>
ogra_: did thin client manager have user creation capabilities?
20:48
<Davew_>
Does this mean I have to use adduser and also is the group creation which this will give me also compatible with Menu Editor since I will need to create
20:48
a menu
20:48
<ogra_>
no, it was plainly for managing the machines
20:48
<alkisg>
Davew_: ^
20:49
<ogra_>
for session mgmt there was student-control-panel ... but thats even longer dead
20:49
(and had no user creation stuff either)
20:49
<alkisg>
We developed sch-scripts for user creation, as we couldn't find any good tools for mass student accounts creation either
20:50
It's currently greek-only, we'll internationalize that next year, like we did with epoptes
20:50
<Davew_>
I nthink I am correct in saying that using Thin Client Manager you could create users and add them as members of a group
20:50
<alkisg>
For now you can either try the command line or some web-based tool
20:50
Davew_: ogra_ was the thin client manager developer
20:50
So I'm inclined to believe him :)
20:51
<ogra_>
well, i wouldnt trust myself here ... its like 4 years ago that i have seen the code last
20:51
or 3
20:51
<Davew_>
Stand by will be back in 3
20:55
<alkisg>
ogra_: about https://bugs.launchpad.net/tcm/+bug/1010089, there's no "won't fix" option for me, do you get one or it's generally not available and we should use "invalid" instead?
20:56
(or stgraber ^)
20:57
<kb8wmc>
alkisg: I uncommented SCREEN_07=ldm and commented out SCREEN_05=startx...client then halts at the invalid card number
20:57
<ogra_>
wontfix is right under invalid for me
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<alkisg>
ogra_: maybe because you're a tcm dev... so maybe you should close that one
20:57
<ogra_>
oh, i cant click it
20:57
<alkisg>
Heh
20:57
<stgraber>
alkisg: it's an upstream bug, not Ubuntu, so only the upstream team can do that
20:57
marked invalid instead :)
20:58
<alkisg>
Quick & fine :)
20:58
<stgraber>
and I commented
20:58
<ogra_>
heh, pete savag (who took over upstream from me) vanished
20:58
so upstream wont care i guess
21:00
its sadly not team owned, so we cant even modify the overview page wheer it says:
21:00
"Thin Client Manager is shipped with Edubuntu and is primarily aimed at making it easy to work administrate a thin client environment"
21:00
<Davew_>
Hi again, I will take back the creation of users but you were certainly able to assign users to groups
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21:01
<ogra_>
i wonder if we could ask #launchpad for removal
21:02
<alkisg>
Davew_: anyway it doesn't make any difference since tcm hasn't been maintained for years and it's not working and it will be removed from ubuntu in future versions etc
21:02
<Davew_>
As I am under some pressure now to set up my 12.04 LTSP server for some classes
21:02
<ogra_>
its already gone from 12.10
21:02
<Davew_>
can I confirm the following :
21:02
<ogra_>
or at least on its way out the door
21:02
sadly we cant remove it from 12.04
21:02
i so wish we could
21:03
<Davew_>
Firstly I need to use adduser to add clients ?
21:03
<alkisg>
We can ship an update that just brings up a dialog saying "please uninstall it, it's not working :P"
21:04
<Davew_>
Will standby and wait for a pause gentlemen
21:04
<alkisg>
Davew_: either adduser, newusers, the embedded users gnome UI, or some web-based too
21:04
l
21:04
<ogra_>
someone would still have to write that code ... even though a zenity script would do :)
21:04
but yu add users, not clients :)
21:09
<alkisg>
stgraber: should I close all the bugs in https://bugs.launchpad.net/tcm and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/thin-client-manager too?
21:09
<Davew_>
How do you suggest I put the clients into groups ?
21:10
<alkisg>
Davew_: are we talking about ltsp clients or about users?
21:10
clients == pcs
21:10
<Davew_>
The suggestion last night was to use Epoptes
21:11
<alkisg>
Epoptes is an ltsp client management tool, it manages computers, not users
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21:11
<alkisg>
tcm was also an ltsp client management tool
21:11
But your question above was about creating users
21:12
User creation is not ltsp related at all, you could be asking in #ubuntu instead if you wanted
21:12
<Davew_>
So we have users using a Thin Client Machine
21:12
<alkisg>
You just run some tool on the server and create the users
21:13
Either adduser, newusers, the gnome UI for user creation, or some of the web-based tools that exist for that
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<alkisg>
Then the users can login from any ltsp client they want, you do not assign specific users to specific computers
21:13
<TiZ>
Hi. How do I make a fat client inherit cups settings from the host?
21:14
<alkisg>
TiZ: for example? what settings?
21:14
E.g. you don't want it to think that it has a usb printer connected, when that is connected to the server...
21:14
<TiZ>
There's a network printer over samba that I want all the terminals to print to.
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<Davew_>
Thin Client Manager had a split screen with a user list on the LHS and the process view on the right. I apologise for confusing clients and users
21:15
<alkisg>
TiZ: you can enable network printer discovery on the chroot, and share it from the server
21:18
<TiZ>
alkisg: That won't work... It's a specific printer that I need to use, and it needs to be authenticated into.
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<alkisg>
Where are the authentication credentials stored? Are they per-user?
21:19
Or they're stored e.g. in /etc/cups/printers.conf?
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<stgraber>
alkisg: yeah, I think we should close at least all of the Ubuntu bugs, quite possibly the upstream ones too as it's very unlikely that Pete will ever work on it again
21:20
<TiZ>
well, there's a specific NT user made for the terminals that we use to connect to the printer, so we include the domain, username, and password in the url we use to connect to the printer.
21:20
<alkisg>
stgraber: ok, will do so tomorrow morning, if noone beats me to it
21:21
<TiZ>
We can't share it over the network because that will potentially allow students here (I work for a law college) to bypass authentication.
21:22
<alkisg>
OK. Doesn't the default CUPS_SERVER="the ltsp server" point the fat clients to see whatever printers the server sees? If not, I guess copying printers.conf to the chroot will do it...
21:22
<TiZ>
When our terminals were running in thin client mode, it just worked. We switched them over to fat client mode so that any activity that consumed a lot of resources wouldn't affect all of the terminals.
21:23
I thought copying the configuration to the chroot would do it too, but that didn't work...
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<alkisg>
Try also CUPS_SERVER=localhost in lts.conf
21:23
Otherwise the fat clients try to use the ltsp server as their cups server
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<TiZ>
Localhost OR the ltsp server would be fine, because the ltsp server has the printer we want added into it.
21:24
But when I try to print from one of the terminals, the only printer that appears is print to file.
21:24
<alkisg>
(localhost == the fats themselves)
21:24
<TiZ>
I figured, but the same cups configuration from the server was copied into the chroot.
21:25
I just copied all of /etc/cups to be safe.
21:25
Or was that bad?
21:25
<alkisg>
Yes, but it's possible that the fat clients have no access to the server cups if you don't check [x] publish this printer to the network
21:25
<TiZ>
Okay... I can give that a try.
21:25
<alkisg>
So try with CUPS_SERVER=localhost first and see what that gives you
21:26
<TiZ>
I'll try that.
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<alkisg>
'night all
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<TiZ>
Aw man, didn't get to thank him. 'cos it worked.
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<cliebow_>
!seen jammcq
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<ltsp>
jammcq was last seen in #ltsp 1 week, 5 days, 6 hours, 13 minutes, and 30 seconds ago: <jammcq> err... hello friends
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