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Hello! Please tell me two things. The first is how to make a thin client so that graphics are displayed on the workstation and all applications run on the server. The second is whether there is a description on the shelves of the file ltsp.conf Maybe because of this I can’t create a thin client.
I do not know about 'thin', but I do know about these similar topics: 'thin-client-deprecation'
!thin-client-deprecation | echo eu^5252118128:
eu^5252118128: thin-client-deprecation: The new LTSP doesn't support thin clients (remote Xorg), but it does support low-spec netbooted clients with remote desktop (xfreerdp, x2go etc). Read more in https://github.com/ltsp/community/issues/32
ltsp.conf: Configuration file for LTSP: https://ltsp.org/man/ltsp.conf/
Thanks, I understand that I read that some opportunity was in older versions LTSP
It is clear that everything is there on the shelves, but for example I have two tasks that I would like to configure but did not understand how. The first task is whether you can set a password and client name without specifying MAC address
The second is that I have different computers, some of which with integrated graphics, and some with an external video card. How to configure the use of drivers without tying the driver specifically to the client and how to generally indicate that such a driver with that resolution.
There's no need to specify drivers in linux
You can set the resolution by reading ltsp.conf man page, see above
I don't know what you mean by "shelves"
I name shelves the parameters described from top to bottom which can be used in the file ltsp.conf
Thank you, I will think for myself
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OK, please say "parameters" then because "shelves" means something else
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