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Hello, I get ltspfs_entry add sda failed with exit code 1 on a thin client with Ubuntu 16.05
lauri: do you have anything weird in lts.conf?
And, what partitions does sda have?
ltspfs package wasn't installed in server
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So, LTSP BTS 2016 is only about 6 weeks away. Has there been any discussion here around it?
haven't heard anything about it
I may actually be able to make it this year as I'm not travelling in October except for the 31st
jammcq said the dates are Oct. 19-22 this year, which is Wed-Sat rather than the usual Th-Sun.
in an email exchange I had with him a month or two ago.
He said he & sbalneav had already reserved one of the new apartments at the Seawall for that week.
stgraber: that would be great if you can make it.
I'd like to talk a little about lxc on the side with you while we're there.
if only it were a week earlier...
hi vagrantc !
Yes, a week earlier or even a week later would have been easier for me.
pscheie: cool. I'm checking with a friend of mine who was interested to come along last year if he's still interested. Would make the trip much easier for me since he drives and I don't :)
But I shuffled some things around to make the dates jammcq mentioned work.
stgraber: Keep next year (2017) in mind, too. I'll have a significant proposal for you.
vagrantc: Does your comment mean you can't make Oct. 19-22?
pscheie: alright, will try! October is usually a mess for me with a bunch of conferences and work meetings, but somehow this year they all got moved to November so that's working out quite well :)
pscheie: it's not very likely at this point ... i'm mostly a stick in the mud anyways :P
Perhaps, but it's a very stick-friendly group.
pscheie: if it were earlier, i could maybe justify it by going to an event in portland the week before
well, just hang out for a week. Go to Boston or something.
pscheie: though curious about what you've got planned ahead for 2017 already :)
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I'll explain in excrutiating detail at this year's conference.
I'd do it this year, but some things aren't in place yet. Should be by next year though.
stgraber: where are you living these days? Sherbrooke? Last time we met you were talking about moving to London (UK).
pscheie: Montreal, ended up sorting out permanent residency (that took a while) and bought a house there two years ago
stgraber: will hopefully catch you at debconf17, then!
vagrantc: yep, I really hope I'll be in the country that week! the venue is a 20min walk-ish from my place :)
stgraber: roughly the first two weeks in august
vagrantc: right, company travel tends to be end of July and LinuxCon is usually 3rd week of August, so I "should" be home :)
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stgraber, you are not at the big sprint in europe in oct ?
ogra_: nope, the only sprint I've got in Europe is the second week of November
ah, then perhaps not
ogra_: can you come to BTS this year?
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that sounds like a no.
pscheie, sadly not :/
i was hoping BTS is in nov this year ...
yes, it would be easier for me in Nov., too.
But 17-21 are the dates jammcq told me.
I think jammcq said if it's too close to Oct. 31, then people complain about being away from home on Halloween.
yeah, he says that every year :)
we used to have it in the forst november week before though
And Nov. may be troublesome for the Seawall; they may close up in the winter time.
right after haloween
Yes, that's true. And with the new "apartments" they may be open year-round now, at least partially.
well, there is always a next year :(
but i have missed so many, i really wanted to go this year
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next year i'll simply take vacation in time then no sprint can come in the way
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Anyone available to help me troubleshoot-internet connection from ltsp-pnp server to the internet?
ping 126.96.36.199 returns “Network is unreachable.”
happened when I rebooted server last night from home :-( Was working before that.
sounds like you don't have NAT configured and you're using a two-nic setup
vagrantc: I bet you are right. Isn’t that the sch-script of :alkisg ?
dgroos: that's surely one option, yes.
I checked and it is in place in /etc/network/if-up.d/sch-scripts and it seems to be there and w/correct permissions.
I remember about 6 years ago you worked on improving the NAT page on the wiki to make it super-logical and clear and I followed it and it worked :-) I’m wondering if that page is still pertinent w/16.04, ltsp-pnp, 2 NIC setup?
I think this was the page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ThinClientHowtoNAT
Does it work w/FAT clients too?
Ah, guess it was Gavin
I even edited the page in 2009 :-)
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Wait, working through that page again, doesn’t seem to be a NAT issue since I can’t access the internet on the server.
Tested and not a cabling/drop issue, either.
Um… the cable went bad upon reboot? I put in a new cable and now it works? Who says science teachers don’t believe in voodo? working now.
I wish I had a nickle for every time I heard a cable failing on reboot
bad cables are real common
though reboot triggering the issue is a bit curious
curious is a polite way of saying it. Last night I sshed into the server, updated/upgraded, then rebooted. Strangely I couldn’t ssh back into it afterwards.
I thought it might have somehow got stuck on a grub screen or something, but when I came in this AM it was at login screen. All day w/out internet. Till I changed the cable :-(
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