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sbalneav I'll stay late after work today to test our LTSP server's DHCP
server after suspending it with your patch applied. Thanks for working on
a solution. I hope to have results submitted by 6pm CST (Milwaukee /Chicago time)
Post them in the bug, let me know
if so, I'll see if I can get ollie to make the change.
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HI! how do i setup autologin for my terminals?
each terminal must use a specific user (im using gnome/gdm)
pablo-uy-mvd: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-12777.html has some tips
pablo-uy-mvd: Google is your friend, as usual.
sbalneav: oh, a little typo fix for ltspfs-upstream: http://llama.freegeek.org/~vagrant/bzr/ltspfs/vagrant-ltspfs/
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That the extra && in ltsp-kernels?
I bumped into that one last night.
maybe I should read the url :)
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sbalneav: though taking a second look ... maybe i'm reading it wrong
sbalneav: ended up with some situations where delayed mounts got entered twice
Delayed mounters gone.
the ltspfs-nodm's the tree I'm working in
the login-rc's of the new ldm completely eliminate the need for a delayed mounter :)
I wanted the rc scripts for a long time, since the whole reason we had the delayed mounter was because a) we didn't have an rc script mechanism, and b) ogra didn't want me hacking up the old ldm.
when is ltspfs-nodm going to merge into upstream
heh, now I've done both, and he loves it :)
Well, I'm figuring after we get a bit of testing in.
ubuntu doesn't even have a bunch of the patches you merged from debian ages ago
It's been working great for me, and it's got some of the other fixes you sent me, plus a stuck mutex bug.
Yeah, I've told ogra to merge from -nodm, but he hasn't yet.
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I just don't want to move that stuff into upstream until everyones on the same page. I don't want to screw anyone up.
so, there's this patch for upstream ...
WHere you at with the C based ldm? That working in Deb?
i had it working once ... based on 5.0.22 i think
If you've got that working, then I could move it to upstream.
That, actually was what was holding me off, because if I move that to upstream, it'll bugger you up for the older python ldm.
sbalneav: also, since we've got all sorts of files in /var/run/ we should use sub-dirs ... i.e. /var/run/ldm/ and/or /var/run/ltspfs/
hmm. OK, good point.
Mind if we hold off on that 'till after gutsy's released?
then we'll fix it.
how 'bout /var/run/ltsp?
then we can have /var/run/ltsp/fstab, etc.
i like a little more granularity, since some non-ltsp projects are using ltspfs, and possibly ldm ... but no big deal either way.
as long as all the software knows where to look
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sbalneav: the only reason i would suggest trying to get it into gutsy is gutsy doesn't have your latest changes yet ... so it would seem a good time to switch to what will hopefully be the final destination :)
Well, you make a good argument.
I just don't want to get hammered with "YOUR CHANGING THINGS AAARRRGH" :)
Non ltsp projects are using ltspfs?
I'd love to know.
tcos, for sure.
ah, well, that's "ltsp-like" :)
i've stumbled across a few others here and there
it's very useful
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Anyone know where our favorite Teutonic code warrior is today?
sbalneav: ogra was last seen in #ltsp 20 hours, 7 minutes, and 39 seconds ago: <ogra> from a client side view the device looks like any other alsa device
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vagrantc: "integration" is http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/IntegratingLtsp
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!learn Teutonic as "Not enough Gin."
Blinny: The operation succeeded.
He's not here. Maybe that should be "too much gin" :)
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OK, out for lunch
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I wanted to ask you guys... how can I enable a local printer in ltsp?
(ltsp5 in ubuntu)
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MrChicken: which version of ubuntu ?
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sbalneav: looking at the ltspfs-nodm code, it looks like it would be really easy to maintain backwards compatibility with the old socket locations, since you process them in a for loop ...
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it appears as though you can't specify a different server for NFS than for booting
it used to be that you specified it in the root-path variable
which linux distro ?
but that shouldn't make any difference, really
well, that should be fixed
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though you could pass a different next-server option based on client-id
loather-work: so i didn't know there was LTSP5 for fedora yet
but then i'd have to host tftp on the same box as NFS
since booting looks at next-server as well
i'm baking ltsp5 into fedora ;)
did you see my recent post to ltsp-developer ?
no, i'm not actually on the list
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just a couple hours ago a posted the brief work i did getting LTSP5 on fedora
integrating it into the existing codebase
it wasn't much, really ... just a couple calls to yum mostly
i mostly work on debian, but figured since i know the LTSP5 codebase pretty well, i'd give it a whirl on fedora :)
well, i know fedora pretty well, so maybe we can work together and get something going.
i honestly don't mind if the terminals themselves run something != fedora
well, that defeats 90% of the point of LTSP5
their only job is to provide I/O for the user, for the most part
but that gets complicated when some of that I/O is implemented in fuse filesystems with different kernels with different patches
ah, yeah, for things like local usb keys and whatnot
at this point, i think it might be less work to properly integrate LTSP5 into fedora than implement workarounds installing some other distro on top of fedora.
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hm, ok. perhaps i'm misunderstanding the goal of ltsp5 then.
for basic functionality, you can just grab the tarball ... but getting local devices and sound to work may require some magic tricks
yea, the sound is crucial. But, the local devices i'm not too worried about
vagrantc: "ltsp5" is ltsp5 is The next version of LTSP, and the future of Thin Client computing on GNU/Linux. http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Ltsp5
vagrantc: "muekow" is MueKow represents the future of LTSP. Using the packages available in the distribution, an LTSP client is build locally, and supported by the distribution. You can see the future at: http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/MueKow
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the future is now the past :)
well, the main goal of LTSP5 was to reduce the busywork for LTSP developers to do custom kernels, X, libc, and porting-random-software-into-ltsp ... and just rely on an existing distro to handle it
since the majority of LTSP is not anything LTSP-specific
it's just a small handfull of scripts and binaries
right, which makes sense
but what about the case where your terminals are a different architecture than the host?
e.g. my userland is 64 bit, and my terminals are 32 bit
well, then you'd need to build the environment on a machine of the appropriate architecture, and copy it over to the host
they'll vomit when they get fed 64 bit code :p
ok, what if my terminals happen to be ppc.
well, you should be able to build i386 chroots on a 64-bit environment
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for ppc, you build the environment on a machine of the appropriate architecture (ppc) and copy it over to the server.
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that's where tarballs will come in handy ...
That, to me at least, seems a little unreasonable. What if I don't have a machine of the same architecture to do the build? (that'd definitely be the case if my terminals were ppc)/
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if you don't have a machine of the same architecture, then you don't have any need for supporting that architecture, do you? :P
But you just said that the userland for the terminals will basically be running the host's environment
well, sort of.
If the terminal architectures differ from the host, then I won't be able to create a userland for the terminal.
you build the LTSP environment on one of your terminals, and copy it to the host ... ?
could you cross compile an environment?
or is that asking for a world of headache
Diskless terminals with 128M RAM and a 133 MHz CPU compiling an entire userland?
well, it's not a compiled thing, except maybe with gentoo ... so cross-compilation is not really an option
loather-work: there is no compiling
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ok, then... uhh whats the problem exactly
not to mention the fact I have to boot the terminal in the first place
loather-work: all LTSP is at that point is a chroot
loather-work: so you build a chroot environment and copy it over to the server
yes. And what I get from that is the chroot environment will be built on the host
and there is nothing to prevent people from pre-building a chroot for you just like with older versions of LTSP
ah, OK. See, that's what I was worried about -- i figured those chroots wouldn't be provided anymore.
well, the maintenance of them hasn't exactly been stellar
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vagrantc ... I'm trying to get local printing in ltsp5 running on ubuntu feisty
I read i must put in lts.conf PRINTER_0_DEVICE=/dev/lp0
but I'm unsure how to add it to CUPS
oh, add it as an AppSocket printer
yeah to where?
it will be running on the terminal's IP address on port 9100
but the terminal is on dynamic addresses
does your dhcpd update DNS?
i'm guessing not.
I dont have dns active right now
well, any terminal you have static resources associated with should have a dhcp reservation
meaning, it gets the same IP each time no matter what
yes, I understand
so I'll get it into reserved space
and I add it as appsocket
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ugh. Now to tackle the annoyance that is NFS.
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HI! how do i setup autologin for my terminals? i need each terminal to autolog itself into gdm after boot using a specific user configured for each terminal (my terminals are kiosks thats why i need autologin))
can be gdm instances (one for each terminal) be told via command line/script or daemon to log each terminal with diferent&specific users ?
pablo-uy-mvd, i believe you can setup autologin with xdmcp that way
AFAIK ltsp does not use GDM it uses ldm
i think there is also a patch that allows you to have machines autologin based on their host names
ltsp5 uses LDM
older versions still use XDMCP (gdm, kdm, xdm)
pablo-uy-mvd: which linux distro/
what is LDM?
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LTSP Display Manager
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hm, interesting. Does it still use XDMCP or a different backend like NX?
it uses ssh
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but it also has support to merely use ssh for login, and regular X traffic for the rest of the session
so it's tunneling Xlib via ssh?
you can, of course, configure LTSP to use whatever you want... but LTSP5 uses LDM by default
it's basically a wrapper around "ssh -X", yes.
hm, OK. How difficult is it to get LTSP5 to work with NX? i'd like to keep the bandwidth down as much as possible.
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there are scripts for it out there...
ok, i'll do some googling :)
but if you're using a local network, NX won't get you much
yea, i'm considering colocating my host
anyone have any tricks up their sleeve to get NFS working
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i wish there was something better than NFS that didn't suck.
well, ubuntu started using NBD + squashfs + unionfs
supposed to be a lot faster
the linux nfs daemon just flat out doesn't work right
hmm, i wonder how difficult that would be to set up
though, you could put whatever filesystem on the NBD
makes it nice and flexible that way
anyhow, nfs is stupid. no matter what I do, I can't get any clients to mount off this server.
permissions wide open.
using tcp or udp ?
portmap running client-side ?
what kind of error messages are you getting ?
can you mount it manually ?
either transport, nothing works
portmap (rpcbind) is running
can you mount it on the server ?
over loopback? haven't tried that
mount -o ro,nolock 127.0.0.1:/foo/bar /mnt
loather-work: what's in /etc/exports ?
wide open :p
first off ...
you'll want /opt/ltsp *(ro,no_root_squash)
but that wouldn't explain why it won't mount at all
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yeah, i originally had no root squash in there
the LTSP clients will need that
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yeah. nothing i do changes this behaviour
vagrantc_: "nfs" is the protocol that serves the files needed by LTSP. You can find info at http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/NFS
might be some troubleshooting tips there
vagrantc_: "troubleshooting" is http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/TroubleShooting
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hello all, I have a question about setting up LTSP. I am running 5.0.7 on Feisty server.
I can PXE boot a client box, it detects the DHCP server and loads pxelinux. I had to add nfsroot=/opt/ltsp/i386 to /var/lib/tftboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg/default, in order for it to find it and begin loading the display manager.
I get a login that looks similar to GDM (presumably LDM) but after I enter a username and password, the displays goes black, flashes, then comes back with the same login prompt.
I get the impression that this is a permissions problem somewhere, but I can't track it down. I've created an account in the chrooted environment and the /etc/passwd and /home/<username> perms are OK.
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sbalneav Your Fix for DHCP on resuming from Hibernation/Suspend worked!
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well, i figured out my retarded NFS problem
(after a day and a half of beating on it)
fedora's /etc/init.d/nfs doesn't seem to mount /proc/fs/nfsd when it starts.
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i just installed ltsp and could use qa kickstart
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