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i've enabled nb_NO.UTF-8 and running ldminfod still fails with both python2 and python3 with LC_ALL=C LANG=C
"locale -a" doesn't output any localized content, just a list of locales
any UTF-8 enabled locale it runs fine
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Hi all / Ola :)
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Howdy folks — setting up a new server…
setting up w/directions at http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/Ltsp-manager/Installation and also unplugged the cable during running the initial setup as I’m using a 2-nic system.
It boots nicely (once I applied the fix on that installation page) and am able to log in AD users. Problem with internet access:
on client machines ping 220.127.116.11 shows success, ping google.com fails.
what's in /etc/resolv.conf on the client?
Hey vagrantc! I’ll put here…
do you have a dns server or caching proxy configured on 192.168.67.1 ?
e.g. the ltsp server
dnsmasq can function in that capacity
Using the ltsp-manager setup so…? on the server /etc/resolv.conf has: nameserver 127.0.0.1 and search: mpls.k12.mn.us which serves for our district
pretty sure it uses dnsmasq as I’m doing out-of-the-box ltsp-pnp fat clients via ltsp-manager.
look at /etc/dnsmasq*
also, pgrep -l -a -f dnsmasq
i vaguely recall some issue about how ubuntu configured dnsmasq that caused issues, but never encountered it directly as i mostly use debian
the latter command shows: 922 /usr/sbin/dnsmasq -x /var/run/dnsmasq/dnsmasq.pid -u dnsmasq -r /var/run/dnsmasq/resolv.conf -7 /etc/dnsmasq.d,.dpkg-dist,.dpkg-old,.dpkg-new --local-service --trust-anchor=.,190… a long number. I’ll check the former now
dgroos: does internet work on the server itself?
Hey alkisg !
Can you vnc to me from a client?
Or from the server...
x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
...or the corresponding ip
name resolution is broken
Error: "dnsmasq" is not a valid command.
dgroos: your setup is fine but dnsmasq needed restarting
Seems like a dnsmasq bug, not a misconfiguration
? I wonder why? O
I think I've seen it a few times here too, but I didn't get the time to look into it
So if it happens again, just do service dnsmasq restart, and file a bug report so that we look into it
I’m wondering if it happened as I didn’t do the workaround on the installation page right away.
I waited till it failed to boot, then did it.?
Ah, possibly, if dnsmasq was started without the correct configuration, that would happen, yes
Because the "initial-setup" redirects some broken dnsmasq configuration
I suggest adding to the instructions (or if I can edit it) to say “if this fix is run later, restart dnsmasq.
or something like that
Thanks so much!
Not until we verify that this is indeed an issue
It may be an unrelated dnsmasq bug
OK, I’ll keep my eyes open…
Have a great evening, and thanks vagrantc , too.
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As a test, just re-booted the server, and again lost internet on the clients and was able to fix it by running on the server: sudo service network-manager restart
Where would I file that bug report?
would that be on: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp probably not?
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dgroos: you can file it there, and we can recategorize it if needed
we, meaning, probably not me :)
vagrantc: OK thanks!
generally better to file it somewhere than have it get lost because of uncertainty
Any way to get the dnsmasq restart command to automatically run after restart?
OK, got it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp/+bug/1741336
dgroos: does it need a full network-manager restart, or is a dnsmasq restart enough?
And, it would be best to file it against dnsmasq too then, because that's where the code that need to be fixed would be...
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Just re-tested and this time internet worked ??
Found this: #774970
dnsmasq doesn't start automatically on boot https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=774970
hmmm… and on thie re-re test, internet at client doesn’t work…
…and yes it was enough to run: sudo service dnsmasq restart
So, maybe it’s #774970? It does include a patch so not sure where to go from there. I’ll wait for more directions before I post there.
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