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I have linux mint ltsp server, now it ups but do not accept login and password in client side
douglas_br: which ltsp version/guide are you using?
from official site ltsp
linux mint 19.3 64 bits
pnp mode, 2 NICs
there's probably changes you'll need to make on mint's configs, I'd suggest installing on ubuntu and getting familiar with it first, then trying to make it work on mint
you can install Cinnamon and MATE on ubuntu if that's why you're using mint
Humm right! I would like use MInt because the good and nice visual. I think get ubuntu mate to test it
Mint is not good choice to use in ltsp?
haven't heard of anyone using ltsp w/ Mint, so you're venturing into the unknown
seems like most folks use debian and ubuntu, which is what development seems to primarily target
douglas_br: ltsp is very dependent on specific configs, if a distro does something different it has to be handled. I'm sure pull requests to add mint support would be welcome, it's just not where development effort is being spent currently
right! I will download ubuntu mate and test. at finish 2019 we make ltsp lab with french distro voyager and works nice. maybe I use the same
thanks for help (y) (y)
douglas_br: the new ltsp doesn't care much about distributions and configs, it should work fine on mint
Can you login if you switch to vt1, with ctrl+alt+f1?
Personally I've tested with a "tara-cinnamon" vm that I have as an ltsp client, I'm not sure how recent that one is
That I/O error that you see in the screenshot could be related to networking issues
Do you have epoptes installed?
alkisg sorry I was out. The version of my Mint is tricia (last version) with mate
yes I have epoptes
douglas_br: let's do a quick vnc if you want, as I don't have a lot of time...
vnc-edide: To share your screen with me, open Epoptes → Help menu → Remote support → Host: srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr, and click the Connect button
Do this ^ from the server...
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epopets open but not find the vnc conmection
Try this: x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
douglas_br2, you have segfaults on the server, due to your realtek inic
That's why the client doesn't work and shows I/O errors and disconnects from epoptes
As a test, try to exchange the two NICs, put the atheros one to face the ltsp clients, and put the 192.168.67.1 IP to the atheros etc
thanks so much
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alkisg not works
Does it have power? Is the screen turned on? :D
Doesn't work ... doesn't describe the problem :)
Did the client boot, and did it get the same errors?
sorry, client boot now and before but users can not login
Do you see the client in epoptes?
no, only the screen login at my side from client
Do a VNC to me again
x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr
douglas_br2, remember that mint is a broken distribution; whenever you need to install software, use "--install-recommends"
Now you installed epoptes without recommends, so without epoptes-client
Let's wait until ltsp image finishes now, then reboot the client
douglas_br2, OK reboot the client
douglas_br2, the same problem again
You installed ltsp without recommends, so you didn't have sshfs
I hope that's the only one still missing...
It would be better to uninstall all these packages, then install them again with --install-recommends
Mint is really broken in that part
I told you my opinion about Mint many times in the past, but you keep trying it ;)
The best distributions are those that have 100+ developers
I.e. Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS...
alkisg to you no lost time let choice another distro ubuntu
Whatever you like; when ltsp image finishes, reboot the client, it might just work
Or just go ahead and delete mint... whatever you like
Yeah afaik mint just needs the --install-recommends when installing programs
It's broken in various other parts, but it shouldn't have ltsp-specific issues
can be not secure for proffisional use day
I think it does have some security issues, like not allowing kernel updates even for known CVEs, yeah
They only allow kernel updates when they think so, even if those are ubuntu kernels by ubuntu developers
It's a very messy and hackish distribution
humm okay alkisg in this case mint not good option thank you for help ever
douglas_br2, all those small distributions that you're trying are usually worse than even mint
If you really care more about security etc than the wallpapers, then select a big distro, not the small ones
yes, you are right, I will download ubuntu mate and start a new install
ohhhh can be ubuntu mate
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And hi again. Still tracking down the problem that students can't do google searches with google chrome. It happened a couple times today on Firefox, too.
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However, I can go to a webpage directly, no problem.
Following up on @vagrantc's idea that maybe there was some bad interaction between multiple dns servers
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I thought I could test this by only using 1 dns server at a time. Network manager says I've got the district dns server (10.x.x.x) and 18.104.22.168
But in the ipv4 settings of network manager I've not set 22.214.171.124 in either of the 2 NICs
On /usr/share/ltsp/server/dnsmasq/ltsp-dnsmasq.conf it has: dhcp-option=option:dns-server,0.0.0.0,126.96.36.199,188.8.131.52
but... I don't have the 208... show in nm. Not sure where to go to try eliminating 184.108.40.206 (and maybe 208... and 10...) Ideas?
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dgroos: network manager says that for the server; dnsmasq.conf is for the clients, not the server
`sudo ltsp dnsmasq --dns-server=10.x.x.x` should do it
@alkisg, OK, then I'll just put the 1 dns there at a time, I can do that :-) I guess I don't run service restart networking then.
After running ltsp dnsmasq, reboot the clients
If you manually edit the file, you'd need to restart dnsmasq on the server
If you run ltsp dnsmasq, it's done automatically
One of those treats built into ltsp :-) , thanks @alkisg , I'll get back...
(ummm... i don't use the single quotes, right?)
It's the same with or without them
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thanks @alkisg bye
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