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I have a question about ltsp.conf configuration. Someone can help me ?
Nexion22, sure, ask
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I need to add 2 line in lightdm.conf but I don't know how to put them in ltsp.conf I tried with "\n" but didn't work
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I.e. just press enter there
LIGHTDM_CONF='greeter-hide-users=true\nsession-setup-script=/bin/my_little_script.sh" << tried but not work
Ok I try
Don't forget `ltsp initrd` after updating ltsp.conf
Greaaat :) It works !
This new LTSP version is really really good !
Glad to hear that!
You can also use a file if you want, LIGHTDM_CONF=/etc/ltsp/my-lightdm-additional-content.conf, but it's not worth it for just 2 lines
So much easier to configure with this version
Ok good to know
For now all my configuration is OK but I use my old chroot LTSP 5 to update my image. I will try to put everything in a virtualbox VM but is there a simpler solution? Copy my chroot?
I don't understand how to do without ltsp-update-image
Sure; you can either use the server / (ltsp image /), or copy the chroot into a vm disk, or continue using the chroot
chrootless is: ltsp image /
chroot is: ltsp image /path/to/chroot
vm is: ltsp image /path/to/vm
so I can put all my previous files in /opt/ltsp/.... and launch ltsp image /opt/ltsp/ ?
Yes; or just move them to /srv/ltsp
So that you don't even need the path
Ok I try :)
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Good Afternoon @alkisg
Hi dgroos, I already PM'ed you :)
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Nice to see that this is being picked up!! Thanks alkisg :D
Does the new one support OpenPGP smartcard authentication for SSH?
I'll try it anyway :)
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I tested the migration of my chroot and it works! Thank you
I'm finishing my migration to the new LTSP version and I'm having a final problem
I hope that someone could help me. I use fat client image and I configured cups settings in the image and in the previous version of LTSP my printers were well installed in cups. Today when I go to the cups interface there is no more printer.
any idea ?
Nexion22: are these networked printers? I believe by default client cups is set to connect to the server's cups for printers
yes there are. I used the same fat_client.img as before
there are something new related ?
not sure... I think the "right" way is to set the printers up on the server.
whitch server ? LTSP ?
in cups on the LTSP server
the clients will connect to it remotely
even with a fat client configuration ?
That's how it worked w/ LTSP5, I'm assuming the same for ltsp19
for me it worked with an install inside the image
in any case, if you configure the printers on the cups server on the ltsp server, you won't need to rebuild the image to change printer settings
You'll also get the added benefit of only having a single print queue for each printer
yes but I have several LTSP server and one script to change printer IP on login :)
I suspect (but don't know for certain) that when the client starts, its local cups is being pointed at the server's cups
which is why you're not seeing the printers configured in the local cups server
I also have multiple LTSP servers, and still use the central cups server
(at each location)
if you're using mate/gnome on the clients, start one up and check the printers dialog to see what cups server its connected to
(or whatever gui is used for your DE)
it's lxde installed from scratch. No gui for settings printer
only cups web interface
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I will try to install it dynamically at startup
GekkePrutser: no idea what that is; give it a test, and if it doesn't, mention the details
Nexion22: ltsp5 used to point cups to the server; ltsp19 doesn't do anything yet
So normally, cups shows local lan printers anyway
I can add printer after fat_client start
Is the printer shared from the server?
but with all config file previously generated in /etc/cups/ nothing work
Where is the printer?
on lan but not installed in LTSP cups server
same as before
In ltsp5, if a printer was on lan and not installed in ltsp server, it wouldn't show up on the clients
So this doesn't sound right
weird because it worked
Did you have anything in lts.conf about printing?
Or did you do anything manually with /etc/cups?
I installed in the image in the same way as if it was not an LTSP machine
nothing in lts.conf and yes I placed all file manually in /etc/cups
The printer requires special drivers etc? It's not autodetected?
not autodetected and yes ppd placed in /etc/cups/ppd/
Did you have CUPS_SERVER=localhost in ltsp5?
Or, were you using an *old* version of ltsp5, maybe like 5+ years old one?
~/.cups/client.conf with localhost address
What, per user, not per system?
may be but /home/ are copied for all my user
it was a solution but may be not the best :)
OK so if I understand this correctly, both in ltsp5 and in ltsp19 you were completely bypassing ltsp and you were configuring printing yourself
Which should work in both cases
Now, the ltsp way to do it is:
You only install the network printer to your server
This is not ideal because traffic goes through your server, but it's easier,
and, you point cups to the server, not to localhost
For this to work, printer sharing should be enabled on the server
`cupsctl | grep share` should show 1
is there a variable to point to the server ? or is it automaticaly ?
In ltsp5 it was automatic,
while ltsp19 that defaults to cups=localhost, should again add shared lan printers automatically,
now, to tell ltsp19 to use cups=server, you'd need one POST_INIT_xx='sed /etc/cups/...' command
Ok where is this setting ?
What's the output of `cupsctl | grep share` on the server?
for now no cups server installed
Do you have epoptes installed?
minimal install from debian netinstall
But cups is installed in the chroot?
How much ram on the clients, e.g. 2gb?
OK, the quickest way to try would be:
1) move away ~/.cups/client.conf on user01 and user02
2) boot pc01, add the printer locally so that it works; and also run cupsctl _share_printers=1
2) boot pc02, and try to see if it automatically sees the shared network printer from pc01, without installing the printer
*that was 3
So if this test works, then you only need to install cups on the server and install the printer and enable printer sharing
If it doesn't, then you need to point CUPS=server for the clients, like ltsp5 did
The test works for normal, autodetected printers; I'm not sure if it works for those that require a driver, that's why I'm asking
Btw, I left the whole printing deal for later, as "driverless printing" is now a thing
And I'm waiting to see what's the new cool way to do it
and there is a way to block specific printer for specific user ?
Eh, just set ~/.cups/client.conf to wherever for this user
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oh there is an option to do that
I.e. I hope that the server would do the heavy lifting, so that the clients would be able to do driverless printing without us having to install drivers in the chroots etc
a lot of things to test. I'm trying
thanks for help :)
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Np. I think to set cups=server, you don't need set, but echo something > /etc/cups/client.conf
The same thing that you have in ~/.cups/client.conf
Can't check atm
I have nothing to restrict printer in client.conf
by looking quickly I did not see anything on debian wiki
I meant that you could set printer server=not existing cups server
in fact I would like to install all printers on the server and allow to users only those who are on their geographical location
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"location" sounds like "per ltsp client", not like "per ltsp user"
I.e. just don't set cups=server in /etc/cups/client.conf
(that goes in ltsp.conf, under client mac addresss)
if I don't set cups=server then I will not have any printers ?
sorry i'm not friend with cups :D
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Finished workday. Bye everyone
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