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Channel log from 23 December 2018   (all times are UTC)

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16:49
<mmarconm>
its possible to install snaps on ltsp chroot ?
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18:03
<alkisg>
Sure, you install them on the server normally and run ltsp-update-image -c /
18:04
unless you're using chroots, where I dont know
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18:04
<alkisg>
btw, "mmarconm: https://ibb.co/k1J5pfD" ==> (11:52:28 μμ) alkisg: That means the client didn't access the nbd server
18:05
<mmarconm>
yes, using chroot
18:05
<alkisg>
Eh, suffer then :)
18:05
Your choice :)
18:05
<mmarconm>
Ok
18:06
<alkisg>
I've no idea about snaps + chroots
18:06
<mmarconm>
i have a idea, i ll try tonight, any news i post here
18:06
:)
18:06
<alkisg>
In general desktop software nowadays isn't designed to be handled in chroots...
18:06
<mmarconm>
Ok
18:06
<alkisg>
So at least boot the chroot with kvm
18:06
So that it behaves as a vm, a normal machine, not as a "chroot"
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18:07
<mmarconm>
alkisg: for production, like company do u recommen chroot ?
18:07
or chrootless
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18:59
<alkisg>
mmarconm: chrootless
19:00
If there's a reason to keep things extra clean, you can have a dedicated ltsp server === template, without additional things like apache and mysql etc
19:00
The only reason to use a chroot would be if your clients had different arch, e.g. raspberry pis
19:00
(and even then, I'd netboot a client from nfs and manage it that way)
19:06
<mmarconm>
so the better way its chrootless
19:07
coz i am running ltsp server without desktop environ
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