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sbalneav: "docs" :: For the most current documentation, see https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/ltsp/index.php?title=Ltsp_LtspDocumentationUpstream
so... with ltspadmin being in 4.2 what is in 5?
web based? ;)
Well, I think both debian and ubuntu have installation modes that allow you to install it at distro install time.
other than that, if you just execute ltsp-build-client as root, it will configure and install the chroot for you.
elmo40: Although, I do beleive stgraber's working on a web based cluster management solution.
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sbalneav: I am connected to freenode as ltspbot.
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sbalneav to the rescue!
an ltsp web based manager would be lovely.
everything else in this world is going web based... why not ltsp ;)
everybody else also uses hard drives in their computer, too.
so does the ltsp-server
so why not?
elmo40: write it, then :)
sorry, a hacker's just showed up in #edubuntu, he's looking for help compiling metasploit, so I'm just upgrading my firewall, seeing as how I've just told him I wont help him. :)
i need much more php experience for that.
doesnt webmin make something for ltsp?
i though webmin wasn't maintained anymore?
you may be correct. i havent used it in a dogs age
sbalneav: btw, in case you want to, you are the only person awake with channel access to kick him out of the channel. (Though he isn't disturbing that much at the moment)
sbalneav: I'll need to poke highvoltage tomorrow so he grants me some access on #edubuntu ;)
stgraber: Great, I don't think he's causing a nuisance
edubuntu chat logs are stored somewhere, right?
they on the web?
irclogs.ubuntu.com I believe
you're a pal
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http://qurl.org/Ov0 <-- an LTSP GUI.
elmo40: yeah, it's novell specific IIRC, and it hasn't been touched in a while.
ya, a little while. 4.x stuff, you think?
no, should be 5
but novell's kiwi build system's a little different for debian/ubuntu/fedora/gentoo
ltsp's not hard to manage without a gui
in fact, I've got a 185 workstations that I hardly manage at all.
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