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Ubuntu 18.04 doesn't have /etc/rc.local
i want script to be ran for users when they log in via ldm
can i create dir, put script inside and use lts.conf's RCFILE_01 ?
stilyan, lots of possibilities. Using RCFILE_01 is possible, but when that runs, the user isn't logged in yet.
If you want to run something after login, I'd suggest using /etc/xdg/autostart
i want to execute pactl command to unmute the microphone , what would you suggest ?
I do the exact same thing (except I set volumes and input/output sinks right), using a script in /usr/bin/... name it something like "myorganisation-startup"
can I put bash script in there ? /etc/xdg/autostart
And then create a .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart (look at the things already there and copy that) that points to /usr/bin/myorganisation-startup
./usr/bin seems like weird place to put bash script into
Well you can place it wherever you like.
You could use /usr/local/bin/ of course.
Or anywhere else you like.
nice, thanks you, nice person, i'll definately try it out
another thing you may know the answer of
a.. nvm :) not ltsp-related
./etc/xdg/autostart on client , not the host, right ?
Without the . in front
Actually if it's thin clients, it should be on the host, if it's fat clients it should be in the chroot.
It should be on the filesystem where the desktop runs.
using the . because otherwise webchat interprets it as command to services :)
thin clients, so I'll put on chroot
* on host, pardon
nice, didn't know, thanks
and another one - trying to use custom theme , placed on host at /usr/local/share/ldm/themes/mytheme and set this path to LDM_THEME in lts.conf
but it's not being used
the side effect of this is that ldm stopped using the default ubuntu theme and whitches to ltsp theme
but not my custom theme
stilyan: put the theme in the chroot, not on the host
:/ was hoping i can go without rebuilding image for this
stilyan: before login, the only server <=> client connection is the nbd image
After login, you also have sshfs /home and extramounts
Well, unless you use nfs, which may be available at any time then
You can use nfs in parallel with nbd, e.g. to share extra folders while testing, and/or /home
So you could e.g. provide / with nbd, and /usr/local with nfs
nfs: to enable NFS home directories for localapps and fat clients, install nfs-kernel-server on your server, nfs-common on your client (don't forget ltsp-update-image), and put this in lts.conf: FSTAB_1="server:/home /home nfs defaults,nolock 0 0"
Error: "nfs_home" is not a valid command.
NFS: to enable NFS home directories for localapps and fat clients, install nfs-kernel-server on your server, nfs-common on your client (don't forget ltsp-update-image), and put this in lts.conf: FSTAB_1="server:/home /home nfs defaults,nolock 0 0"
Error: "nf" is not a valid command.
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thanks, it's just the theme
no further tests
but valuable info nontheless
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think client behaves ok with one monitor
moving and browsing around seems fast enough
this is not the case for dual monitors
behavior there is laggish, like moving windows from one mon to other
any optimizations available for this setup ?
stilyan: switch to ltsp fat clients?
I do not know about 'fat', but I do know about these similar topics: 'fatclient-printers', 'epoptes-fat-clients', 'fat-internal-disks', 'fat-passwd', 'fat-sudo', 'fatclients'
fatclients: Nowadays LTSP supports thin and fat clients. They are both diskless and netbooted from the same LTSP chroot, but while thin clients run the session on the server and transfer the screen, fat clients run the session locally with their own CPU/RAM, thus performing amazingly better. See also !ltsp-pnp and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/FatClients
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