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I have installed ltsp on my terminalserver, and i have succesfully connected with some cloned VMs. When i create a fresh VM i does not find the DHCP, so i don't have any IP. Ii automatically starts the pxe at boot, i put static DHCP and get the error message no boot filename
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Allahu, sounds like a problem with your VM software, not LTSP
What does it mean, no boot filename? I thought it can't find the boot file, because of no connection to DHCP.
I just want to make sure that i don't have to download some sort of boot file.
Not sure, it could indicate that your VM received a dhcp reply (IP address) without TFTP details, such as, where to find it's boot file.
Does the DHCP and LTSP has to be on same server for this?
Do you have a DHCP server running on the VM client perhaps?
No, that's on a different one
I have been talking to Akhbar, we're going to set up DHCP and DNS on the terminal (standalone version), maybe that will fix potential wrong IP configurations
Is this some sort of a joke?
I am just having fun with aliases, elias_a, kinda boring
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Appreciate the productive support though :)
Allahu: Well, to be honest your playing with words distracted me totally. On the other hand I am a trained religion teacher. :P
i coulnd't help myself ^^
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I have an issue where my clients are booting, but losing their display once ldm kicks in
I can see the clients in epoptes, and if I blindly type in my credentials, I can log in to it and such, but with no display
it acts like it is out of range, but the display does not indicate that
hmm, tough crowd these days.
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Hi! just installing epoptes for the first time but I can't start the daemon (twistd problem) on ElementaryOs, any clue?
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bennabiy: in epoptes, what's the output of xrandr?
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alkisg: shows all screens disconnected
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|19:00||* vagrantc waves|
bennabiy: ubuntu? which version?
and which xorg version
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well, mint 17.1 which is based on 14.04
Do you have some splitter inbetween?
display port connection
but it is happening to all clients
(all = 2)
both the same kind of client, and both have the same kind of monitor (which was just working before I upgraded the system from 13.04 to 14.04)
Is e.g. mint working there if you use a live usb stick ?
I guess I could try a live stick on the machine... I know personally that mint17 works fine with these clients (having 2 other labs both running them)
bah, forgot these thin clients are only 32 bit.
the clients show the screen, show the nbd negotiation then the screen flickers and goes black
but the monitor never indicated that it lost signal
I can't see how ltsp would affect the (not) detected monitors
Assuming that you don't pass anything like nomodeset in the command line,
or other things in lts.conf about xorg
/var/log/Xorg.7.log.old from the client might help
let me see what it says...
booting client back up again
that is the Xorg.7.log
bennabiy: you have this in cmdline: video=LVDS-1:d
Try removing it
It was doing the same thing before I added it
Also, what are the contents of "/var/run/ltsp-xorg.conf" on the client?
bennabiy: and the output of `getltscfg -a` ?
Try without video= in the cmdline, and without an lts.conf
I don't think an ltsp-xorg.conf should be generated in your case
same thing without video= and lts.conf
You still have an ltsp-xorg.conf? Do you have some custom script that generates it?
And getltscfg -a now is empty?
still a ltsp-xorg.conf and an empty getltscfg -a output
ltsp-xorg.conf will get generated with any setting that gets triggered
nothing custom generating the ltsp-xorg
"getltscfg -a" can be a bit misleading with all the ltsp_config.d hooks
vagrantc: with an empty lts.conf, why would a xorg.conf be generated?
bennabiy: can you try with CONFIGURE_X=False?
Although that may get automatically overriden...
so do you want me to add that to lts.conf?
or build a client with that?
bennabiy: hmm let's see if we can find another way to prohibit xorg.conf generation
Currently, `ps` shows xorg -config, right?
xorg -config /var/run/ltsp-xorg.conf...
let me check
Try INIT_COMMAND_1="rm /usr/share/ltsp/screen-session.d/XS90-set-x-conf"
To completely delete the script that passes that -config in xorg
If it works that way, we can later start searching why a xorg.conf is generated...
And now X doesn't have a -config option, right?
What's xorg.7.log like now?
You can also just try SCREEN_02=shell (without 07=ldm), and run X -configure there, or `xinit xterm`
X does not have a config... coming up Xorg.7.log
bennabiy: it doesn't complain about missing devices now
What's the output of `xrandr` from epoptes now?
Does it list modes?
Well, that was a bit of progress... is LVDS the normal output for the displaymode connection?
LVDS is a phantom display, which the video=LVDS-1:d fixes
And the normal output is what, DP1?
I think so.
The phantom display shouldn't affect the existing display though
Could you try with a live usb stick?
Well, it causes it to think it has two monitors hooked up
Of the same version?
Yes, you should get 2 lists in xrandr then, not 1
If you did get a list for DP, then ok you could fix it with LVDS-1=off
Try with a mint 17 usb stick
Check xrandr there, xorg.log etc
And compare with X -configure in an ltsp netbooted client
Normally there shouldn't be any differences
I think I need to keep working on this after the weekend. I am running out of time.
I don't think what you're seeing is caused by something in upstream ltsp
I will try to make a 32 bit stick
alkisg: because there are other hacks that set variables.
vagrantc: we have hacks that can generate a xorg.conf with an empty lts.conf?
other of the XS20*
No VIRTUAL there though: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8829652
That was the auto-generated ltsp-xorg.conf
|20:32||* alkisg checks why that hack exists, though...|
it's a gadi thing.
OK I see why it didn't do anything for bennabiy
something to do with some systems having a vga + dvi output as separate devices, but only one is actually physically connected
I think you're correct in that that is what generated a xorg.conf
bennabiy doesn't have an XRANDR_MODE* defined, so no virtual for him
|20:34||* vagrantc thinks one of those hacks is a likely suspect|
Ah, I got what Gadi is trying to do there
To add all the widths of all the monitors, to calculate the virtual width
E.g. if you have 1024*768 + 1280x800, side by side, then you need virtual=(1024+1280, 800)
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something like that
vagrantc: XS20-xserver-geode-gx2-hack forces XAA, which was dropped 3 years ago...
Maybe we need to review those hacks?
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livecd does the same thing...
and so does leaving SCREEN_07=ldm out
well, I will be back tomorrow night or Sunday
Thanks for all the help so far...
It is nice to talk with you both again after so long
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alkisg: would be fine by me.
alkisg: i've long wondered what if any of those are relevent or even harmful anymore
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bennabiy: then I'd advice that you try with normal ubuntu, fedora etc (not mint), then contact ubuntu-x or upstream xorg etc
Not an ltsp issue...
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what are the pros/cons for mounting the entire /home folder from server to client?
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