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mmarconm: the ltsp server usually is a template for the clients; but nowadays that installations may only have fat clients, it can be without desktop environment too; it's just not usual
In general, following the installation page will save you much trouble and give you the best advice on distro, de, configuration, etc etc
install: http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/Installation/Ubuntu for Ubuntu, or http://wiki.ltsp.org/wiki/Installation for other distributions
Thanks, i followed both installation, chroot and chrooless, buth working, using chroot installation
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hey gm, ma' friends
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alkisg: what's the minimum ubuntu version you support? 18.04 ?
alkisg: looking at bumping the debhelper dependency for ltsp...
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(i mean, "no recent debhelper" is always a problem in many package buidls in launchpad, and I don't know when bumping the version actually helps, if we don't need anything from the new version anyway...)
it's more just housecleaning, from my perspective
we don't *need* it, per se
I thought >= version was defined only when specific things were needed...
anyway, I don't have any issue regarding ltsp/debhelper
For epoptes, it'd be nice to keep it compatible with at least 16.04
16.04 + backports ok, if it comes up?
apparently alreaddy broke that for epoptes
there's a newish thing that allows setting only a build-depends on debhelper-compat (=X) rather than setting it both in debian/compat and build-depends >=X
i'm not sure if it's in ubuntu versions or not
so it'd be nice to not specify compat level in two places
vagrantc: I think the last time I needed to upload epoptes for 16.04, it didn't build on launchpad, so I built it for bionic and copied the binary instead
I can do that again if it makes your life easier, so go ahead and do the changes you're thinking
alkisg: well, the epoptes changes were already pushed
in september or so
I mean the debhelper-compat thing, that's not yet pushed, is it?
it's not a huge deal either way
18.04 supports debhelper 11, but maybe not a new enough version for debhelper-compat mechanism
so i can stick to the old method and it's fine
vagrantc: how easy would it be to get epoptes 1.0 to stretch-backports?
I just tried to install it on raspbian and I had to use the ubuntu ppa...
alkisg: i would have to request upload rights to stretch-backports, and i suspect the upload would be simple
alkisg: but raspbian isn't supported in stretch-backports
alkisg: it's a separate distro, like ubuntu
vagrantc: eh, they're based on stretch etc
They do copy the packages... not sure about the backports... but I would just put debian's repository anyway
apt policy epoptes => 500 http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian stretch/main armhf Packages
They don't even use different names, it's plain stretch there
could cause issues as raspbian isn't really armhf, it's armhf backported to armv6
it really shouldn't have used the same architecture name
armv6 is for rpi1, while rpi2 is armv7?
Hmm that's why the epoptes ppa worked :D
but some of your binaries built for amrv6, and some built for armv7 ... maybe result in unexpected behavior
it's likely to work, but ... there could be difficult perplexing issues
Btw raspbian ships the newest realvnc, it's way better than the other vnc viewers
Automatic scaling, -listen accepts multiple connections...
I wonder if I should write a wiki page about it, for people asking how to have automatic scaling...
you've got the taste for all the best vintage VNC clients
they seem to change eery other year
Eh, the default one in debian doesn't work...
It doesn't even allow the teacher to multicast his screen :/
Wow raspbian stretch chrome supports hw acceleration in youtube!
Full screen youtube is possible! Wow! :)
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alkisg: hrm. ltsp-config can't have it's example files in /usr/share/ltsp-server/examples ... it breaks the program when nodoc is built...
and not very gracefully...
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vagrantc: where would we put them?
move them from /usr/share/doc/ltsp-server/examples to /usr/share/ltsp-server?
alkisg: i've committed a patch locally to /usr/share/ltsp/examples
although maybe "templates" would be more appropriate
alkisg: it's simple to fall-back to /usr/share/doc/ltsp-server/examples