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someone could explain the meaning of LOCALDEVICE ?
methril_work_: there's no such option, do you mean LOCALDEV ?
alkisg: "lts.conf" :: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/lts.conf
See the man page above
yes i read it
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Force it to true? That doesn't make any difference, since the default is already true...
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does anyone use xpra on ltsp?
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A school here has "atheros 8131" nics, and they tell me they need a driver on the chroot to get them running. Any ideas which driver, and how to insert the module?
pciid=1969:1063 - attansic
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alkisg: hey there
highvoltage: hi - gotta go - bb in 2 hours :)
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How can I see if my initramfs contains a specific driver? (atl1c)
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alkisg, unpack it?
another way .. which would be initramfs-tools specific.. would be to find the config that is used to generate the distro instance of it..
but i don't know much about initramfs-tools to be able to tell you how
but unpacking will always work :)
Mhm... I've put break=mount, so I'm into the initramfs right now, but I don't know where to look
err $kernel .. as in.. variable
next time.. don't bther with breaking an instance of it.. next time just unpack it on your server :)
or figure out how intramfs-tools does the job
Ah, thanks, got it
Now to find why it decides to only take a few of the drivers, and not all of them..
alkisg, that's definitely up to whatever ubuntu (or debian) decides to tell initramfs-tools what to include
alkisg, i have this same problem on gentoo of course.. but that setup is both more complicated.. and does less :)
does less in regards to netboot stuff that is
it's probably great for a bunch of other stuff i don't need :)
I think I can put additional modules in a .conf file, but I"d like to find out why it doesn't include them in the first place...
alkisg, probably just choice
Well, for net drivers, isn't that kinda dumb for LTSP?
Don't we need all the drivers we can get?
sure.. but i don't think it has very sophisticated rules
I mean, why could we leave it up to the system admin to include "atl1c"?
and it's the same rules used for the server kerenl
there is no specific ltsp config for initramfs generation iirc
But we do meddle with the initramfs configuration, so we might as well fix that in the process
OK, let me find it first and complain later... :D
alkisg, sure.. but.. how would you decide which net drivers to include?
Why not all of them?
without including a bunch of other stuff that you definitely don't need
cdc-ether, wireless drivers, etc
gotta be careful
Does size matter? (in this particular case :D)
sure it does
try not to make it too difficult for people with 64mb ram
It takes up memory? Hmmm that's not good...
perhaps there needs to be a switch
hmm.. how wouldn't it take up memory?
it's not like you have anywhere else to store it
you'er unpacking it before you have a rootfs
alkisg, what would be neater tho..
Sure, but it could discard the memory later on
not sure if this is feasible ..
but trying to download the kernel module right after getting the kernel :)
I don't know if the linux kernel has provisions for it, but programmatically, it isn't unfeasible...
ah.. yeah.. it probably does get rid of it later..
especially since once the rootfs is mounted
you have access to /lib/modules/$kernel on the server
i wonder if that tftp server implementation wouldn't be a bad idea here
we do get teh mac address on intiial query right?
isn't there a way to translate that into a manufacturer/model?
then we can just send the right driver from the server?
that sounds magical.. but who knows :)
Hmmm... it would need a big database of mac addresses etc, but yeah, that sounds doable
alkisg, once again.. not sure how initramfs-tools config works, but i do know in a fork of the genkernel initramfs generator
you could say something like this MODULES="+DRIVERS_NET -DRIVERS_WIFI"
or whatever they were called
it's been a year since i looked.. being that it would never be the default in the os and all..
Another idea would be to use the pxe stack to implement a minimal file system layer
This way we wouldn't need any initramfs at all ;)
i don't think you have access to the full amount of ram there
is that still in real mode?
/me isn't sure anymore
No - you need to call it from a wrapper function
That's how gpxe and pxelinux.0 work
(and they do have access to all the ram)
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hi everybody !
i'm here again with a little question
On my ltsp clients when a user x1 create a file in a public folder
the right on file are 644 rx-r--r--
so I edit /etc/profile to put a umask 111
OK when i log in ssh as user x1 and un touch toto.file the right are 666 rw-rw-rw-
but when the user x1 create a file in his file explorer the right still are 644 rw-r--r--
I don't understand why !!!
any ideas ?
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!learn adding-modules as to add a module in the Ubuntu LTSP initramfs, follow the steps described in this page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/AddingModules
alkisg: The operation succeeded.
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abeehc: (help [<plugin>] [<command>]) -- This command gives a useful description of what <command> does. <plugin> is only necessary if the command is in more than one plugin.
abeehc: (search <word>) -- Searches for <word> in the current configuration variables.
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wouldnt bre the first time 8~)
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rjune: "j" :: jammcq!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Anyone know - is/was MILLE-XTERM the same as ltsp-cluster?
Lns: i think so, yes.
vagrantc: cool =) thx
or rather, mille-xterm became ltsp-cluster
i was just reading about it, going "hmm, canada...hmm...education..hmmmm"
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Lns: what were you reading?
oh yeah ok
quite long ago article =)
oh yeah thats dated ... thats why i knew what article as soon as you linked LJ :)
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My school wants to use ltsp with a couple of winxp thin clients, can this be done on ltsp?
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i've got two nics. i've had them working before, but one of them isn't coming up. /etc/network/intefaces appears to be correct. what is the other file i need to check?
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got that one fixed. differnt problem. client shows login screen, login & password, times out and restarts the client
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