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Channel log from 27 February 2020   (all times are UTC)

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10:57
<eu^gk8condor-edv>
Hi ... I have a small patch for the project... what is the preferred way to depoy?
10:59
I just wanted to get "PWMERGE_SUR=".*${HOSTNAME#pc}"" running; needed to adjust ltsp/client/init/54-pam.sh a little bit (evalute PWMERGE_SUR=, PWMERGE_SGR=, PWMERGE_DGR=, PWMERGE_DUR= through eval_percent).
10:59
thats the diff:
10:59
master@ltsp1:~/ltsp/ltsp/client/init$ diff 54-pam.sh /usr/share/ltsp/client/init/54-pam.sh 9,10c9,13< local userpass user pass< ---> local userpass user pass sur sgr dur dgr> sur=$(re eval_percent "$PWMERGE_SUR")> sgr=$(re eval_percent "$PWMERGE_SGR")> dur=$(re eval_percent "$PWMERGE_DUR")> dgr=$(re eval_percent
10:59
"$PWMERGE_DGR")12,15c15,18< ${PWMERGE_SUR:+"--sur=$PWMERGE_SUR"} \< ${PWMERGE_SGR:+"--sgr=$PWMERGE_SGR"} \< ${PWMERGE_DUR:+"--dur=$PWMERGE_DUR"} \< ${PWMERGE_DGR:+"--dgr=$PWMERGE_DGR"} \---> ${sur:+"--sur=$sur"} \> ${sgr:+"--sgr=$sgr"} \> ${dur:+"--dur=$dur"} \> ${dgr:+"--dgr=$dgr"} \
11:03
I can supply patch file also via: https://gk7.condor-edv.com/nc2/s/pzPENmJPZr6F7qE
11:21
Now I use PWMERGE_SUR="user%{HOSTNAME#ltsp}"
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11:54
<alkisg>
!ltsp-bug
11:54
<ltspbot>
I do not know about 'ltsp-bug', but I do know about these similar topics: 'ltsp-nfs'
11:54
<alkisg>
!bug
11:54
<ltspbot>
bug: To file a bug report for upstream LTSP, go to https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/issues
11:54
<alkisg>
eu^gk8condor-edv: thanks, could you file an issue there? ^
11:54
I can't read the patch now, but I'll read it later on from github
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12:05
<meo>
alkisg: I have an odd issue, an optiplex 390 client suddenly started to fail at boot because after the kernel starts, the network fails to initialise, have you seen something like this in the past? the rest of the clients work fine
12:07
<alkisg>
meo, screenshot would help
12:08
<meo>
eh I am out of that site right now but basically "no network devices found to initialize, nfs over tcp at 1.2.3.4 unavailable"
12:09
<alkisg>
The first part of the message means "no kernel driver"
12:09
The second part means "nfs server isn't running on ltsp server, or bad server ip"
12:09
<meo>
my first guess would be this is one of the crappy rtl81xx cards that require extra firmware, but as far as I know the box worked until now
12:09
<alkisg>
So... screenshot would tell us which one it is
12:09
It's possible that a kernel update did break things
12:09
<meo>
alkisg: the rest of the clients function fine, ltsp nfs is up no problem, it's just this one client
12:09
<alkisg>
ltsp-update-image -r / (for the old ltsp) would test with the old image
12:10
<meo>
I didnt update the kernel though
12:10
<alkisg>
Ah new ltsp, then ltsp image -r /
12:10
(if chrootless)
12:10
If no updates were involved, then it sounds like bad cabling
12:10
Or, motherboard issues, try cold reset
12:10
<meo>
I did ltsp image / and ltsp initrd, the latter by mistake
12:11
the kernel on the host hasnt been touched for a while now
12:11
<alkisg>
OK then first test would be ltsp image -r /
12:11
(if chrootless, again)
12:11
<meo>
yeah chrootless
12:11
<alkisg>
for board test: poweroff, unplug power cable, poweron so that the capasitors discharge, then plug in power cable, then power on
12:11
<meo>
though wait a minute the kernel _is_ in initrd right?
12:11
already did the cold boot, nothing
12:12
<alkisg>
there's vmlinuz (=kernel), initrd.img, and ltsp.img= the ltsp code
12:12
Did you unplug the power cable etc?
12:12
<meo>
yup
12:12
<alkisg>
OK test the ltsp image- r /
12:12
<meo>
ipxe boots, the kernel is loaded, but _linux_ networking fucks the dog
12:12
yeah I will, thanks
12:13
I just booted the box in the lab in a generic livecd config, the drivers complain that the firmware is missing but the interface gets initializing
12:13
there is ping
12:13
I will let you know how it turns out, thanks for help
12:15
<alkisg>
np
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12:18
<rdlxxvii>
added an issue as requested: https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/issues/118
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19:10
<rwmarch>
Have set MASK_SYSTEM_SERVICES=plexmediaserver.service apache2.serviceDid # ltsp #ltsp
19:11
These services still running on client.
19:12
After having executed ltsp initrd
19:22
Server is Ubuntu 18.04 running systemd
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19:45
<rwmarch>
The expected MASK statements do show up in /srv/tftp/ltsp/ltsp.img.
19:46
However, services still appear to running in the client.
20:15
<alkisg>
rwmarch: remove the .service extension
20:15
Also remember to use quotes, MASK="quotes here"
20:49
<rwmarch>
Will do that.
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21:56
<rwmarch>
That did it. Removed extension and placed quotes. ltsp initrd. Believe I had to also do ltsp image /. But not specified in docs.
21:57
alkisg: Thank you for your help.
21:59
I am brand new to LTSP19.
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