booted up and logged in, lemme try it with SERVER=server
SERVER=server ends up with a bunk entry in /etc/hosts
how do we fix that?
|00:05||* vagrantc tries with SERVER commented out|
probably something in 04-server
seems to pick the right ip address when unspecified
the server is read from the kernel command line
ah ok, thats good, so its just not checking for the word 'server' and doing a subsitution
not like that's needed really
it assumes the server is the root server, unless otherwise specified
can you login to ldm?
finally worked around it ...
at first i was getting an xterm and then it would crash ...
so i symlinked ~/.xsession to /usr/bin/icewm-session (the window manager i installed)
and now it seems to work
ah yah since you installed minimal i bet it didn't find the default WM
wow, still with ice as your preferred one ?
ogra_: no, it was just a lightweight one i assumed would be there :)
ogra_: i typically use lxde these days ...
i'm on openbox atm ...
the one thing i really don't like about lxde is the lack of useful default keybindings
due to the fact that chromium misbehaves here with compositing managers
well, not chromium, but flash ...
i'm stealing all the plugins from chromeos :)
works fine apart from that compositor thing
so should i go ahead and check for iptables in the spec and then throw in a extra rule?
Enslaver: i guess...
That's definatley gonna trip people up
do you disable selinux too as a default ?
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selinux should be disabled on the client
it breaks the world :)
ldminfod runs on the server
runs fine from the commandline, but not apparently from xinetd
ah, it's got disable = yes
that works better!
that's probably why no session
ok just updated that
Enslaver: so, regarding the: getent passwd mockbuild
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Enslaver: there's no way it will work if the user isn't present
Enslaver: it needs || something
or: if getent .. ; then
in the plugin or inside mock?
because i don't run the userdel from the plugin, mock for whatever reason is doing it
in the 000-mock-chroot plugin
in the /usr/share/ltsp/plugins/ltsp-build-client/RHEL/009-mock-chroot plugin, to be precise :)
yah thats been updated
Enslaver: in ltsp-trunk?
in my trunk, haven't pushed it yet
Enslaver: well, there's some feedback for ya :)
i don't know when the chroot-setup.d stuff runs, but it seems like most of that should be run from init-ltsp.d
woot, ty =)
i'm phasing that into init.d, that was ported from warren's code, before there was init-ltsp.d
not really much left to go, just gonna look it over once more
the session selection seems broken ... even with ldminfod working, it still briefly brings up an xterm and then logs out/crashes
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ldminfod shows all the ones though?
only way i was able to get a successful session was to symlink the user's ~/.xsession to something
Did you install the one you tried?
or, the default session seems broken
if you don't specify a session, it fails.
it fortunately saves the selected session in ~/.dmrc
and works on subsequent logins without having to specify it
sbalneav: libpam-sshauth 0.3-1 should be in unstable soonish
sbalneav: er, debian experimental
sbalneav: already built for several architectures
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Could someone tell me how to boot to LTSP on a wireless laptop? :)
by implementing PXE in the WLAN protocols ... talk to WLAN chip manufaturers ...
(read: it isnt possible ...)
orgra_: Yeah well maybe PXE won't work, but maybe I can install some kind of distro on the laptop to boot from there?
sure, you can do any kind of local installs ...
ogra_: How? :)
that wouldnt really be ltsp :)
by picking a distro and install it ?
Yeah but how to connect to the server ?
with some kind of remote client
LTSp is about rempte booting a diskless machine and connect to a server at login time ... find a distro that offers the latter for local installs ... (and make sure your server supports the protocol you use)
ogra_: I don't care we need a solution to boot our laptops
lord4163: There have been some proof of concept solutions on booting over wlan...
But they are not usable.
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Thought my school used something called Novell on there laptops and that booted from PXE?
You definately need a lot of bandwith when booting multiple machines. WLAN is not enough.
So LTSP isn't what I'm looking for?
as i said above
just install a distro like ubuntu, xubuntu, lubuntu, fedora, SuSE ...
Yeah but how do i connect?
vnc, rdp, Xforwarding ... there are plenty solutions
(even proprietary ones for linux like citrix)
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somebody know how to fix the 'kernel requires features not present op cpu: pae" error?
to me it sounds like i ned some other kenrel in my i386 img
but not sure on which steps to take
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laurense: what distro?
newer distros may not be possible to use without pae
installing the -generic kernel should work, i think
laurense: sudo ltsp-chroot dpkg -l 'linux-image-*'
do i need to do anything after that
that just shows what's installed in the chroot ...
what you probably need to do is: sudo ltsp-chroot -m apt-get install linux-image-generic ; sudo ltsp-update-kernels ; sudo ltsp-update-image ; sudo ltsp-update-kernels
i threw in a few ltsp-update-kernels for good measure ...
laurense: but that presumes you have linux-image-generic-pae installed and don't have linux-image-generic installed
laurense: you might also have to: sudo ltsp-chroot -m apt-get --purge autoremove linux-image-generic-pae
good luck ... hopefully others can help you with the rest.
sudo ltsp-chroot chroots me in the ltsp client linux environment?
then i have an idea what i am doing
and i think i can get somewhere from there
after the chroot i get an unable to resovle archive.ubuntu.com
what doesn't help is that my server is amd64
and all chroot and all update image and chroot image default to amd64, so i need to define i386 with each thing i do
ah, newer versions are smart enough to just pick the only image present...
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if i can somehow get networking to work in the chrooted environment i would be where i want to be
probably installing a i386 server instead of amd64
i als could install a small linux install on the thin client and switching to xforwarding after login
well first looking into getting pxe boot to work
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ubuntu boot screen on thin client
hope it wil boot into a desktop
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ugh, i have this regexp thats driving me nuts
im trying to change the line in a file: config_opts['root'] = 'epel-6-i386' to read config_opts['root'] = 'i386' the problem is that epel-6-i386 is a variable
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Something like that.
Few less ()'s
go download a regexbuddy trial
Regexps are truely very useful and very horrifying.
and then go buy it when it saves you going bald from tearing your hair out
sed -i -e "s,$SOME_VAR,$YOUR_NEW_VAR,g" ?
sed -i -e "s,$SOME_VAR,$YOUR_NEW_VAR,g" path/to/file ?
or only that line?
the first 'root' isnt a variable
so its hard to match for it
how do i say change on the first occourance?
no but it's googleable
n/m it worked
lee: yeah i found it, windows/wine only
I would have sworn it was win/mac/linux
wonder what I'm thinking of
linux and mac using wine :(
it's actually worth runnign wine for
assuming you a) aren't intimately familiar with regular expressions, b) don't want to be and c) just want to get shit done =)
installing wine seems to miss point c pretty badly.
or boot to windows, whichever
or run it in a vm
The W-word. :(
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