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hi guys, i need your help with my installation..
On server i have right configured a network printer buth i dont see it on thinclients...
i have read ell tutorial and docs befor looking for help here
but dont work..
anything on the ubuntu pages are way out of date
wiki: The LTSP wiki can be found at http://server.ltsp.org/mediawiki/index.php/LTSPedia
ltsp.org is down :-(
nikoh77: thin client or fat?
if you login as that user local on the server, are the printers there?
yes, it work perfecly
are you sure it's thin?
yes, i dont enabled fat option
it's enabled by default, so you specifically disabled it?
can you verify? ltsp thin login and local login are not really very different
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but... i can login with a vm without hd...
so a thik is thin
HDD has nothing to do with it
fat just means everything is running on the client CPU and not the server CPU
ok only hw resources like cpu and ram?
ok i check again my lts.conf
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IDK much about printing, but it sounds like the server's global printer config isn't making it to the fat client image
probably easiest way to confirm is to see if client as its own IP
or just open a terminal and see if its the server's hostname
if terminal show's the server's hostname, it's thin... if it shows ltsp###, it's fat
isn't cups in the services that get removed on boot of a client?
Thin client applications RUN on the server, so they see the server printers without doing anything
Fat client applications and localapps see the server printers via the cups client
The cups client connects to $SERVER instead of localhost, so it doesn't matter if cups is running locally on the client or not
But, for fat clients and localapps, printer sharing on the server needs to be enabled
nikoh77: As mwalters said, the easiest way is to open a terminal on the client. If it says "user@server", it's thin. If it says "user@ltsp123", it's fat.
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Damn IRC, have a lower ping time out to save people from typing for nothing :P
I have weechat set to filter out join/parts unless they've sent something within the past few minutes, so half the time I don't even notice they've left
same here - fantastic feature of weechat
(except when you don't realize someone already left)
I usually wonder why tab completion isn't working on their nick ;)
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alkisg, is fat
ltsp.org still down.... nada ltspedia :-(
nikoh77: if it's a fat client, they need to connect to the cups servewr
which should just be the ltsp server
ok.... but for a real modern pc (as a client) is better far or thin?
it's all a trade off
fat clients are slower at starting up applications, in my experience... but everything is smoother once they get going
if you have the server hardware, thin clients are faster to get apps moving, and for apps that don't have a lot of animation, they're just as fast as thin... but if something redraws a lot, it looks terrible (ie, browsers, youtube, videos, etc)
just as fast as fat*