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Hi guys! I decommissioned my bpi so now there will be no dnsmasq conflicts on my home network but PXE/TFTP still isn't working
I now using DHCP on my router, could that be an issue?
This will be the config most people at home will be working with, so if special attention is required in this config, it should be noted in the guide
dnsmasq is running on my LTSP server
var/run/dnsmasq/resolv.conf is listing some odd values tho
188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 - not sure where's its got those from
My router/DHCP server is 192.168.0.1 and my LTSP server 192.168.0.17
I can't say I have much experience with PXE, TFTP, dnsmasq and friends
so any tips are appreciated
I did the first, recommended DNS fix mentioned in the guide
THe one where you comment port=0 in /etc/dnsmasq.d/ltsp-server-dnsmasq.conf
I'm guessing var/run/dnsmasq/resolv.conf should just list 127.0.0.1?
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I've tried cutting my router out by using a switch but that hasn't worked
I'm going to try the second DNS workaround now
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I did it! I just did my successful LTSP boot :D
I am using my router DHCP
danboid: hi; just came; I have about 5 minutes, do you need anything or all ok now?
alkisg, Alls looking good right now. I'll have to start messing about with it as I'm sure I'll have more questions later but getting the initial boot working was always going to be the hardest bit
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alkisg, Are you here?
alkisg, I'd like to make a few small suggestions for improvements to the LTSP docs
alkisg, and you said you'd prefer we ask you to do it
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danboid, do you mean the ltsp-pnp wiki? Sure, you can mail me or whatever you like
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can someone please tell me how authentication happens when client puts his username password of user added to epoptes group?
and also how to prevent reboots?
of the client
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My ltsp broke again, is there a way to fix without re installing? I'm running mint linux 17.3 and tried to install ltsp but it exited abnormally when i tried to build the client, what am I doing wrong? THanks.
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pretty much impossible to say, fuzzmew ...
derick_: which username/password entry are you talking about?
derick_: and what reboots?
vagrant_: I have uploaded a video - https://youtu.be/oEhW-OykC90
about the error
vagrantc_: sorry about misspelling you nick.
not really able to look at a video at the moment ... can you describe it with words?
or cut-and-paste the text, if any
pastebin: try !paste
!paste | echo derick_
derick_ paste: the LTSP pastebin is at http://ltsp.pastebin.com. Please paste all text longer than a line or two to the pastebin, as it helps to reduce traffic in the channel. Don't forget to paste the URL of the text here.
okay thanks :) give me a minute.
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Nice great going. I am also up and working at 4:30am :P
oh, that could could have just mentioned in irc :)
i vaguely recall some bugs that might trigger this on recent versions of ubuntu ...
recent versions of ubuntu are unfortunately not well tested the last few years
I do not know about 'nbd', but I do know about these similar topics: 'disable-nbd-proxy', 'nbd-proxy', 'nbd-compression', 'quick-nbd-tests', 'nbd-client', 'nbd-server-bug', 'nbd-trusty-bug', 'nbd-client-breaks-nm', 'nbd-bug', 'nbd-checkupdate'
nbd-checkupdate: To avoid bug https://github.com/NetworkBlockDevice/nbd/issues/59, put this in lts.conf: INIT_COMMAND_RM_NBD_CHECKUPDATE="rm -rf /usr/share/ldm/rc.d/I01-nbd-checkupdate"
derick_: i think that's the one ^^
that should fix the rebooting issue
so, ubuntu 18.04, boots ... but at login it adds the ECDSA ssh key ... and then reboots
derick_: do you have an lts.conf file?
by default, it should automatically add keys for "server" which is used as an alias for the LTSP server.
it shouldn't use the ip address, unless you've specified it in lts.conf to use the ip address
wow. finally someone provided a solution. I was struggling with this for days.
there were some key types that were not supported until recently...
yes I have lts.conf file I will put that line and let you know what happens.
but there's been support for ecdsa since ltsp 5.2 ~2011
derick_: have you specified SERVER in lts.conf ? in general, you shouldn't need to.
no. I am using a lts-pnp setup.
just did ltsp-config lts.conf
derick_: there's no current active ltsp maintainer in ubuntu ... and while i've tried to keep it working in debian (and ubuntu inherrits) ... i haven't had a real-world LTSP lab for 2-3 years
derick_: hmmm... curious about the key problem, then
so my testing is virtual ltsp servers with virtual ltsp clients and just whatever i manage to test for the moment
alkisg also hasn't had as much time for LTSP the last few years either, who has done most of the significant work for the last several years
cool. I have automated process of creating virtual ltsp servers with virtual ltsp clients with vagrant and VBoxManage
I just started working with LTSP.
Its my google summer of code project :)
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i wasn't too sure about the usefulness of that project, so haven't been involved... but anything putting LTSP through it's paces will be a good thing.
derick_: so good luck on it! :)
vagrant_: Thank you =)
derick_: is your mentor in irc as well?
vagrant_: No I dont think he uses IRC
most of our communication happens through github