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is Vagrant Cascadian about?
it's like 4:30am where he is
UGGH APACHE DIE
why won't you restart :(
k - and wheres that?
k - need some help with local app permissions, can some one tell him I be back about 12am GMT
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he might not be here then
err by then
he's unpredictable :)
tell him I am around etc...
need to get access to serial ports by next week
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can anyone tell me where I can change the default permissions for /dev/fuse?
I seem to recall that it's a udev rule somewhere
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The current default is 600, and I want to make it 660
otherwise, local devices don't work for users after a reboot, until I change the permissions on /dev/fuse
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i am using the "guest" login feature and have one account that cannot login
logging in via plain ssh does work using that account
i already tried deleting and recreating the account and its home dir
ahh, got it: quota exceeded
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so, I've found what I believe to be the latest version of Edubuntu handbook (it says for Gutsy Gibbon) can I confirm this to be true?
This will be the starting base for a ltsp handbook with ubuntu bits in it, as opposed to the now totally illogical and confusing 'edubuntu' handbook
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now.. i wonder why my sound doesn't work yet..
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anybody have a problem with the modem snd_intel_8x0m ? device on ltsp ?
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why are you using snd_intel_8x0m? isn't that only for the modem?
Nubae: the most recent release of the handbook is IIRC the one that gets installed on your system
Nubae: in the edubuntu-docs package
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warren, yes silly boy :)
it's being loaded by udev i guess
hmm.. guess that wasn't the only problem..
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jammcq: hey man
jammcq: Are you still running the imaps over there, if so i've not been able to get access to that account in maybe 8 months or more
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mistik1: hey, no, I haven't had that server running since last november
no wonder :)
so bigboy is not more, eh?
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Hello! I have some dubts about ltsp. Will the last version work on 486 based computers? I tryed the ubuntu option and ended up with a kernel panic, on an older version of ltsp this client worked fine.
Fisher: did you use the 486 kernel?
I tried with the --arch i386 option
on the ltsp-build-client command
that's the architecture. there are 686 and 486 kernels.
The server is a x86 64
that's irelavant. what I'm asking is which kernel are you using for the client? Is there any --help/man for ltsp-build-client that tells you how to choose? (or is there even a way to allow that...)
I tried the old version of ltsp and cannot connect trhough xdmcp. All I got is a gray screen with an x
I just used this quick start: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/LTSPQuickInstall#Installing%20on%20top%20of%20an%20already%20running%20desktop%20system
it looks like ltsp defaults to the 486 kernel...
what does the kernel panic say? have you looked to see if there are any kernel bugs like it?
I don't remember...
maybe I should enter the channel agin on monday, when I'll be in front of the machine at my job
you might want to try in #ubuntu (once you have the error message), since it is likely not LTSP specific.
one other thing I would like to know... why does the older ltsp do not connect to xdmcp... looks like an ubunt fail too...
thanks for the attention... looks like it is time for me to rest for a while... I so tired!!!
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Can anyone tell me where I would change the default permissions for /dev/fuse?
I seem to recall it's some sort of udev rule
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jammcq: when is the next hackfest proposed?
jammcq: early November I heard here on the channel?
jammcq: November 2nd general election, might be a bad idea.
jammcq: actually, having trouble finding hte date online
jammcq: oh, November 4th
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actually it doesn't default in ubuntu
the default in hardy is whatever the server arch is
so you have to specific i386
I was talking about 686 vs 486. not i386 vs amd64.
there's no way to choose anything buth amd64 or i386
guess you'd have to look at the config file shipped
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warren: yeah, Nov 4th is the travel day, for folks to get there.
jammcq: isn't that bad given general election?
the election is the 2nd, how could that possibly be bad?
jammcq: November 4th
no, hackfest is the 6th
election is the 4th
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if i come, i'd have to leave early on the 8th.
i think it is the 8th..
hopefully not the 7th.
johnny: oh? you'd miss the big lobster dinner on saturday nite
not that interested in the lobster
jammcq: please don't have another eating contest.
there'd be no point in leaving early on the 7th
warren: heh, my lobster eating contest is behind me
well i need to back and find when our red and black ball is
I promise to behave a bit better this year
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I installed LTSP on Ubuntu, under the gnome interface. I would like to change that and default it to KDE. How do I rebuild the thinclient image with this configuration?
it comes from the server, not the client
so the standard way of doing that for ubuntu will take care of it
k. Is there a way that when each user logs in for the first time, that they don't get the KDE personalization wizard?
i'm sure there is plenty of information aobut that
i personally have no idea.. never switched from gnome
have you messed with locking down gnome much?
right now, the school is using KDE's Kiosk Admin tool
but I would rather stick with gnome if possible
i know there are some a couple apps for it, but they don't seem to do exactly what i want
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cmoo92, there's an app called sabayon for gnome, but it really could use some help
i work on it when i have time.. but i've been worrying about gentoo ltsp first
johnny: yea. I've been messing with it. It's a really cool idea, but it is buggy.
yeah.. but it might not be that hard to solve.. i'm still learning python atm
i've committed some fixes on it
mostly collecting patches from other bugzillas, i'm actually going to go back over some of them