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alkisg, Looks like I might've found a solution to the Windows UEFI LTSP boot prob https://sourceforge.net/projects/grub2win/
We're testing it so I'll let you know if it works for us
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danboid: it sounds like it loads *before* the windows boot manager
I.e. it replaces wbm
I.e. plain grub2, just with a windows ui for the grub configuration
alkisg, Yes, I think that might fly with our ops guys
I thought that's exactly what you wanted to avoid...
Its 'more windowsy'
Haha, ok, whatever works for you
I'm not sure it will work yet, I've passed the link over to the relevant guy and he's checking it out soon
I don't deal with any of the Windows stuff
I did say to him that I think it would replace wbm. Its all how well it can be integrated with our deployment tools and that might be easier for them to swallow than regular grub2
We may end up having to stick with wbm and use something else
In any case, it looks like it can help some people that want to easily install grub from within windows
In general, when there's local storage available, it's best to put the kernel/initrd there, rather than use pxe/ipxe, as the kernel supports more network cards than ipxe
!learn grub2win as grub2win might be a good alternative to !win32-loader, as it seems to support UEFI as well. Do test it and report back. :)
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Well, that was a nice good morning chuckle
alkisg, I'm having trouble with lts.conf and I just found this track https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp/+bug/1594840 , I'll try your last fix and report if it solved for me!
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alkisg, it works!
now I'm having problems with domain user login
if I try: ssh DOMAIN\\user@server it works, but in LDM it does not, the X restarts
Search launchpad, there was a solved bug report about that
Also try with / instead of \
alkisg, with / not work. Do you remember a keyword to search about this at launchpad? I'm not finding.
active directory ltsp site:launchpad.net
Also try with // and with single \
are we making mountains?
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hi...I add new client into /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/lts.conf ...should I update image?
so just reboot the client?
when the client boot correctly, but doesn't load the system from server...exist some log where I could see what happened?
other previous clients works properly
Take a screenshot of the client
When does it stop, at which messages?
It helps if we know which point it reached
a b c d <blank> is different from a b <blank>
Remove "quiet splash"
Is it a thin client or a fat one?
try X_SMART_COLOR_DEPTH=False in lts.conf
it can be plate there anywher ot in section for the affected client?
Anyone of those 2 options will work
ok I have put it there
the affected client has same HW same as the workings clients
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Did it work after client reboot?
If not, remove quiet splash from pxelinux so that the messages show
quiet: to enable the Debian kernel and initramfs to show up more messages, in order to better troubleshoot the boot process, remove "quiet" from /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg/default
quiet-splash: to disable the splash screen in Ubuntu, in order to see any boot error messages, run sudo gedit /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg/default and remove quiet splash plymouth:force-splash vt.handoff=7
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alkisg, it didn't work yet and I have to go now. I'll work more on this next week. Thanks for the help!
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