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alkisg: looks like there's no epoptes command line API right now? (e.g., log off someone via a command)
like 90% of our users leave their machines logged in overnight, thinking about logging everyone off around 0200 or so to make sure they have updated images
You can even launch an "at" command from the epoptes execute dialog...
ideally cron, yes
I get what you're saying... a cron job in the image
I can't keep up with so many layers of abstraction @_@
One of these days my sanity is going to be abstracted away
But yes, thanks... that sounds much less complicated than what I was thinking of doing ;)
I dropped that CPU idlestate script in last night... best I can tell, I think it may have fixed my J1900s freezing
Also, I dropped another with `chvt 7` in there, which seems to have solved certain clients sometimes booting to tty1 (I only use tty7 for clients)
I had to modified the intel_cstate script from the one that I found, my C6 states were named a bit different from the one in that bug thread, I can share if anyone runs into that issue... J1900s are pretty old now, though
Any idea why my clients hang on "Stop job is running for Raise network interfaces" when I try to shutdown them? I tried "shutdown -h now", "halt" and the power off in the GUI, all with the same result.
Here are pics of it https://imgur.com/a/8xlVIYR
(04:03:48 PM) mwalters: I get what you're saying... a cron job in the image ==> or in lts.conf
mads2: are you using the greek schools ppa?
@alkisg: yes. Ubuntu LTS and greek ppa
mads2: which ubuntu lts?
chroot or chrootless?
chroot, back to NFS
And are you sure that your chroot does have the ppa?
What's the output of sudo ltsp-info?
I'm not in my lab right now. But I'm sure.
Doing some research, it may not be related to the LTSP
but to systemd or some network driver
That symptoms is seen when one does not have the ppa
I solved it and uploaded a new version to the ppa
But if you say you are SURE... let's continue when you're at the lab
really? recently? I'll try to upgrade the system when I get there
In late august
unnn. So it's probably not the problem.
but I will verify it just to be sure sure
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It's very usual that people think they have the ppa in the chroot, but they don't
I'll wait for the output of ltsp-info first
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On an LTSP client with two monitors, how do I make ldm show on both?
You would run a XRANDR_COMMAND in lts.conf to clone them
e.g. xrandr --output LVDS-1 --same-as VGA-1 or something
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Ah, that variable was what I was looking for
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Is it possible to specify a group of machines by hostname in lts.conf, eg. I have machines lab10, lab11... and hallway20, hallway21...
I could just specify a group called lab and add every machine's mac to it with LIKE but that's a lot of throuble considering I have that done already in the dhcp server config
Also, is it possible to allow only members of a specific group to log in to a machine or do I need to specify every username individually?
For (1), [lab*] is supposed to work, but I'm not sure that it does work
For (2), I don't think so, of course unless you write a couple of lines of code yourself
I tried just with having lab20 there, but the settings under it didn't get applied on the client
So it seems the config doesn't recognize hostnames at all
Are you using ipappend 2 or 3?
I was the one having problems with exactly that a few days ago
There was a bug report in launchpad about that hostname thing you mention now
I think it wasn't handled in the correct order, but I don't think anyone fixed it. I know I didn't. :)
I.e. some people actually set HOSTNAME in lts.conf
So it should be possible to set it either at dhcp, and then use it in lts.conf, or at lts.conf... and now it appears only the latter works
Well, alright, I guess I'll have to just do it manually for now
Btw. What is the currently up-to-date ltsp repo?
The greek schools ppa for ubuntu
And debian testing for debian
Oh, I meant the (github?) repository
My source is at http://supybot.com/
ltsp-source: at https://code.launchpad.net/ltsp
ldm-source: at https://code.launchpad.net/~ltsp-upstream/ltsp/+git/ldm
ltspfs-source: at https://code.launchpad.net/~ltsp-upstream/ltsp/+git/ltspfs
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