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Can anyone tell me ltsp-pnp is possible in ubuntu version 16.04
And i am looking for using more softwares like freecad,aurdino and some other designing tools
!ltsp-manager | echo vas
vas ltsp-manager: LTSP Manager is a GUI tool that makes LTSP maintenance easy. It's the recommended way to install LTSP in common setups. More info: http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/Ltsp-manager
vas: that documents a frontend that should work
it should also be possible using the manual methods
you'll probably want to use the ppa:
!greek-schools-ppa | echo vas
vas greek-schools-ppa: https://launchpad.net/~ts.sch.gr/+archive/ppa/ supports LTS Ubuntu releases with newer LTSP versions, bug fixes etc
Thanks Vagrant..Lemem check and revert back to you if i have any concern
just ask in the channel, i might not be around
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JerryT: try setting this in lts.conf: X_SMART_COLOR_DEPTH=False
That's another issue that the new xorg might have caused :)
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Γεια σας, χρειαζομαι επειγόντως βοήθεια
Εστεισα το ματε 16.0.4 αλλά οι σταθμοι εργασίας κολλάνε με το prompt (initramfs)
o server πρεπει να έχει την ip 10.128.114.50.
Εδώ είναι το αγγλικό κανάλι, το ελληνικό είναι στο /join #ts.sch.gr
Γράψε: /join #ts.sch.gr
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alkisg, that cause poor colors/resolution?
JerryT: no, that causes more color/resolution and it goes a bit slower
The default for thin clients is 16 bit, this forces 32 bit
Gotcha, I can't really tell right now cause I'm not in the office but judging by my laptop's camera the room lit up when I rebooted.
So I think that worked.
I'll know for sure in the morning when I get in.
JerryT: why are you forcing them to be thin clients instead of fat?
Doesn't fat mode work better for you?
Actually I want them to be FAT
But I had an issue with our voip software
(11:06:29 μμ) JerryT: It seems that the video is just an issue if we set FATCLIENT=False
Really wierd one
That makes them *thin*
I didn't read your second sentence there :)
voip usually has issues in thin mode, so yeah that's rather strange
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Well the issue was it couldn't bind to a socket
And it also couldn't find system libraries.
You should troubleshoot those issues instead of forcing fat mode
Yah, I spent a couple days on google and what not but I couldn't find anything regarding it.
Felt like the only one that's ever experienced it, lol.
I don't remember you asking here or in the list about it...
True, I think I stumbled in here after I had given up on that.
I'll take a look real quick and see if remotely I can reproduce it.
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Hi, I need your help
I install ltsp on ubuntu server 16.04 everything works except a thin client
What error message do you see?
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error only in work nbd-server he write me "nbd_server Client is not authorized to access"
but I created file "/etc/ltsp/nbd-server.allow" ind insert ip and mask my network
Delete /etc/ltsp/nbd-server.allow and try again
Do other clients work?
By default, there is no ip checking
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I remove file
but I not connect on freerdp to my server
Freerdp is not nbd
What is the error message?
only ndbserver error in syslog
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alkisg, when things are ran as a fat client how does that work? Is it almost like a liveCD?
yes, run lubuntu with mount home directory with server
max2206_: what is the error message on the client?
JerryT: yes, the root / comes from the server via nbd which is like booting from a usb disk, and then /home comes from the server via sshfs
rdesktop couldn't be found but I install him and write option to lts.conf
OK, so now do you see any error?
So any ideas why a user wouldn't be able to bind() to sockets?
on server only : Can't open authorization file /etc/ltsp/nbd-server.allow
JerryT: exact error messages please
max2206_, no, we need error messages or screenshots of the client
on client: rdesktop couldn't be found
max2206_: do other clients work?
single instance bind: : Operation not permitted
JerryT: which port? under 1024?
error on client:
alkisg would strace show that possibly?
rdesktop couldn't be found some destributions have now switched to xfreerdp instead of rdesctop you may want to change screen_xx entry to that instead
max2206_: you don't answer to questions... do other clients work?
JerryT: when you run it in a thin client, does it work without using sudo?
(or without prompting you for password...)
alkisg - sorry, no
max2206_: what is your SCREEN_ entry in lts.conf?
JerryT: so if you run this from a terminal on a fat client, that' s the only line that you see, single instance bind: : Operation not permitted ?
max2206_: and the rest of the rdesktop lines, the options etc
Just remove the password if you have one
JerryT: ah, a possibility is that it tries to create a socket inside sshfs instead of a real fs, and it fails
E.g. trying to create a socket under ~/
This isn't related to ports then
The workaround would be to divert it to a real file system like /run/user
If you need professional help in troubleshooting this, ping me in PM, but it's not really ltsp related...
It's trying to create it in ~/.Zoiper/zoiper.socket
I see that now in the strace
Ok, thanks. I may take you up on that.
I'm probably going to get some sleep and regroup my head in the AM.
thin client work ) I write to lts.conf "SCREEN_07=xfreerdp"
Yes, that's the solution
but now I do not have the ability to boot a thick client
max2206_: it's difficult to communicate that way... put your lts.conf to pastebin if you want us to understand better.
my conf: [default] SCREEN_07=xfreerdp LOCALDEV=True MODULE_01 = usb-storage RDP_SERVER=192.168.100.1 RDP_OPTIONS="--ignore-certificate --no-nla -d GPRC -a 32 -f -x l"
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max2206_: how do you plan to use it as a fat client? with SCREEN_08=ldm?
I created images
ltsp-build-client --dist xenial --arch i386 --fat-client-desktop lubuntu-desktop
You can add SCREEN_08=ldm. This will allow you to press alt+ctrl+f8 to switch to ldm and login as a fat client
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all work, thx U
I added "SCREEN_08=ldm" and have earned both types of client
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The files in /run/user/ what happens to them on shutdown, etc?
they're stored in ram, so when the power is removed, they're gone
which is the exact intention for all files in /run ... it's only supposed to be used for transient files for a "run"ning system
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i have a problem with thin/fat Client, after boot always say "a new version of the system is availabe, rebooting in 10 sec
That should happen when you run ltsp-update-image, not after client boot
ltsp run on a 16.04 ubuntu server 64 bit
Do you have anything weird wrt nbd server?
dd if=/opt/ltsp/images/i386.img of=/dev/stdout bs=64 count=1 2> /dev/zero | sha1sum -
The code that checks that is in $CHROOT/usr/share/ldm/rc.d/I01-nbd-checkupdate
Compare the output of the above dd ^ with a similar dd from a client /dev/nbd0
If they're different, you have something weird in your nbd setup
If you want do just disable that behavior, put this in lts.conf: INIT_COMMAND_RM_NBD_UPDATE="rm -f /usr/share/ldm/rc.d/I01-nbd-checkupdate"
they are different
You have root access on the client?
Doesn't it reboot?
dd if=/dev/nbd0 of=/dev/stdout bs=64 count=1 2> /dev/zero | sha1sum -
yes, i have a root access and yes, the client reboot
You can get root access without the client rebooting if you put SCREEN_07=shell
i nou, i have enable it
after reboot client and server, the output of dd if=/opt/ltsp/images/i386.img of=/dev/stdout bs=64 count=1 2> /dev/zero | sha1sum - is tha same, but nothing change, always "a new version of the system is availabe, rebooting in 10 sec"
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(08:00:47 μμ) alkisg: If you want do just disable that behavior, put this in lts.conf: INIT_COMMAND_RM_NBD_UPDATE="rm -f /usr/share/ldm/rc.d/I01-nbd-checkupdate"
It may be a problem with nbd kernel module that I reported a month ago
i tried disabling it but, after login bring me back to login window
Erm, this is unrelated to nbd issues
Did it work before, or you never got it to work?
only with fat client, with thin client it never work
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No login fails only for thin?
before, now both the fat and thin client dont work
i have change this line in CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="init=/sbin/init-ltsp forcepae" to MDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="init=/sbin/init-ltsp quiet" in /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/ltsp/update-kernels.conf
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before this, thin client dosent boot, only fat client
and i have add LTSP_FATCLIENT=False in lts.conf
Psyco40: which desktop environment?
opengl desktop environments have issues working over network
Yeah unity doesn't really work over the network
Go for mate if you want thins
It might be possible to get it to work but it'll be so slow it's not worth it
ok i try
ltsp-manager: LTSP Manager is a GUI tool that makes LTSP maintenance easy. It's the recommended way to install LTSP in common setups. More info: http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/Ltsp-manager
This is the recommented way to install ltsp, it includes a link to the ubuntu mate cd
Btw why thin clients? Too old hardware?
pentium 3 or 4 with less the 512 mb ram
Well then avoid unity at all costs :)
Go for mate, that's what I'm using here with p3/p4
Although p4 with > 2GHz cpu is better off with 1 GB DDR-1 as a fat client
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