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dgroos: I'm here if you're still awake :)
Those timezones make things difficult :D
That kill message isn't important. No other messages, neither on the server nor the client?
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@alkisg, lunch/prep time!
I'll try again...
logging out of #ltsp on this computer...
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dgroos: I'll try to be available in 2-3 hours, if you are too...
vagrantc: epoptes is ready for a minor release, if you like!
|16:19||* alkisg will be more available in 2-3 hours...|
@alkisg, I'm available for next 2:02, then next available in 3:50
Should I try email to list?
thanks for willing to help! Whichever way works best...
dgroos: btw if you can just leave open an epoptes and one client, I could take a look an tell you the outcome...
from now and for about 2 hours, I'll be busythough
vnc-edide: To share your screen with me, open Epoptes → Help menu → Remote support → Host: srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr, and click the Connect button
Sure, do you mean to keep running epoptes...
I'll do now, will need to go off this maybe when classes start in 2 hours or so
interesting... can't make it work. This might be the problem.
I think it started because I *messed around with* setting up vnc on my server...
console message: socat E connect(6, AF=2 188.8.131.52:5499, 16): Connection refused
dgroos: I have 10 mins now :)
Not socat, do vnc
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Not the socat connection, the vnc graphical connection
Or just run this:
vnc-dide: To share your screen with me, run this: sudo apt-get --yes install x11vnc; x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr - this is a reverse connection, it doesn't need port forwarding etc.
I did, just didn't work
No you selected to share via console, not via graphical
x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded
And the next, important one: x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
tried command twice...
What is the output of this command?
x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
(also, I tried the graphical a few times at first, then the console which generated that report.
yes, that one, 2 times.
And the output? Can you paste it here?
nothing was printed...
Or in pastebin?
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OK let's try this: /usr/share/epoptes-client/share-terminal 184.108.40.206
dgroos: are you viewing the client via epoptes right now?
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OK I'll kill all vnc connections to see
just in the epoptes window
I had been, and that works fine
maybe purge x11vnc and reinstall? I'm thinking I messed up something in the setup...
main: reading version failed: not an RFB server?
This is what my receiving vnc says
not rfb server?
OK the problem is in x11vnc
But I'm not sure about the cause, and I ran out of time
Let's see if we can solve it later
I googled 'not rfb server' and it says probably a firewall issue
Thanks so much, I'll look into firewall...
Ah, could be, sure
And, having a perhaps related problem that my clients can't access a cmapserver though I can at the pnp server. Yes, I'll look into this!
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alkisg: p sure the issues I brought up with chrome are just something with chrome. Clearing browser data seems to mitigate the issue (at least temporarily so far)
guessing that not being on an ancient lts version will help
mwalters: I don't remember well, is that on 14.04?
Yeah noone would want to troubleshoot that one :)
I didn't even publish an updated ltsp in our ppa for 14.04, we completely got around that version
Yup. Even downgraded to the chrome from August, no change, same issues. Pretty sure something crept into the chrome profile or something.
Coworker was able to ID a segfault log, I have still yet to see it personally
but yeah, it's happening even when chrome is launched remotely
(not just via ltsp-localapps)
|18:42||* alkisg doesn't even remember the issue though|
Oh, chrome suddenly closes with no error message, unable to reopen (in the case of ltsp-localapps), until the thin client is restarted (or logout/back in)
client syslog shows nothing important
And if you run ltsp-localapps xterm, ps aux, do you see the chrome process still there?
Also, the stderr from program's doesn't go to syslog. Either to the terminal, if you run it with ltsp-localapps xterm and from THERE google-chrome,or , at best, in .xsession-errors
I'll have to test other localapps, and will check in those places next time I see it
so far, haven't had anyone call back after clearing browser data, thankfully
work case... delete ~/.config/google-chrome on everyone ;)
Ah, I do remember something related, that chrome was breaking with sshfs -o follow_symlinks or something, so I disabled that
I guess you just never got the fix from 2013 :D
(the 14.04 version got the ltsp from around 2012...)
It *just* started happening within the last month or so, though
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too many meetings...
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