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Channel log from 6 December 2022   (all times are UTC)

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<caetydid>
Hi there, I wanna say "thank you" for everyone contributing to LTSP. We are utilizing it in our company for more than 40 clients!
08:59
<alkisg>
caetydid: thank you dear! :)
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<caetydid>
Right now I am investigating if there is a way to prevent multiple simultaneous session logins
08:59
like I dont want a user to login if there is already a $HOME mounted elsewhere
09:00
because simultaneously running sessions might corrupt configs of certain apps
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<alkisg>
In general the idea is to go to discussions and search for a keyword, e.g.: https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/discussions?discussions_q=multiple
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...which gets you to https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/discussions/357
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<caetydid>
thank you, I will have a look there!
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<alkisg>
👍️
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<MUHWALT>
now if I could span that across multiple ltsp servers ;)
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e.g., onelogin
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<alkisg>
MUHWALT: span what?
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<Johnn>
Hello! I am wondering if I can get help assigning static IP on my ltsp-server (Ubuntu 22.04). I have tried following the guide here https://www.makeuseof.com/configure-static-ip-address-settings-ubuntu-22-04/ both with netplan and nmcli.
18:51
I guess what I'm wondering is what does it really mean in the guide when it says `For this method to work automatically, assign a static IP of 192.168.67.1 to the internal NIC using Network Manager`? I want to make the server ready to use both as proxy DHCP and DHCP depending. If needed I have 4 NIC's so I can dedicate one port for a specific usage
18:52
When I tried the guide, I ended up losing connection to my server. Probably because my router assigns IPs in range 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.255.
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<alkisg>
Hi Johnn. Do you want a separate ltsp subnet on a separate switch, or just a static ip in the 192.168.1.x range?
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<Johnn>
I have two configurations I want to make possible:
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One is where there is another DHCP server available such as my router, so the ltsp-server will act as DHCP-proxy, so I run `ltsp dnsmasq`.
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The other is where I connect ltsp-server to internet on one NIC, and the other NIC to a switch where the clients connect; so I run `ltsp dnsmasq --proxy-dhcp=0` (But now I have not configured static IP on my server) I guess I'm asking how can I configure static IP of 192.168.67.1 to eno4 permanently ?
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Also I am headless atm
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<alkisg>
With ltsp dnsmasq you configure both proxy-dhcp and real-dhcp
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To configure your eno4 to a static ip, you google "how to assign a static ip on ubuntu"; it's not related to ltsp at all,
19:00
that said, when you say headless, is that the desktop installation without a screen currently, or is it the server installation?
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<Johnn>
Desktop installation without screen currently
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<alkisg>
OK then you can either vnc/rdp to see the desktop and configure the static IP with the mouse, from the connection editor,
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or if you prefer the terminal, run nmtui
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<Johnn>
Thank you!
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Is it possible to create a name for localhost:8080 that the clients can use instead, like "ltsp-server.service.com" and let the ltsp-server redirect that to localhost:8080?
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Hard to remember something like localhost:8080 and other ports for other services, like ltsp-server.anotherService.com -> localhost:5959
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<alkisg>
Johnn: I can't say I understood the question, but if you want the clients to access a web server on the server, use: http://server:8080
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To redirect a web service from one name to another server and a different port, you need to use google,it's really not related to ltsp at all :)
19:21
You could do that with php redirects
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<Johnn>
Hm yeah okay I guess that makes sense that it's not an LTSP-related question.
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Thank you anyway
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<alkisg>
*http redirects
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