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what is ltspbot
Hi there we like your bot, we wonder what bot software do you use and is it an open source that we can make use for our library? Thank you very much!
eu^136159160123: it's called limnora, and it's the successor of supybot
It's open source
But are you sure you're asking about the bot and not about ltsp</
How can you use a bot in a library?
Hi alkisg, we are Library of the University of Calgary Alberta Canada. I used LTSP and experienced the bot you have and would like to implement a bot to answer common questions for students in the same fashion you have on LTSP
eu^136159160123: do the users join an irc channel?
right now we used different chat channel, but if we have to we will bring to management for decision.
This is the one ^
can you please give one example of asking bot on LTSP? do i have documentation on how to use bot on LTSP chanel?
ask: Don't ask to ask a question, simply ask it, and if someone knows the answer, they'll respond. Please hang around for at least a full hour after asking a question, as not everybody constantly monitors the channel.
https://library.ucalgary.ca/ please go to very bottom right corner to see our current chat chanel.
You use ! and a "factoid"
!learn library as Libraries are nice!
The operation succeeded.
library: Libraries are nice!
And this way you train the bot with new things
ok thanks! got it.
Documentation is the link I gave above
The operation succeeded.
I think your chat is private, while IRC is more public
can we configure it private?
Maybe you just need a faq site, and link there, not a bot
It would be easier to add factoid support in your existing chat
we had faq, we want bot now.
Than to make limnoria a web-page chat dialog
OK, anyways all this is unrelated to ltsp; you can ask in #limnoria about chat bots
There's a channel for them
Thank you very much for sharing.
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Hi all. Trying to install on Debian Buster as LTSP server and Raspberry 4 as clients by following this manual: https://ltsp.org/docs/installation/raspbian/
But it fails finally after the squash image is created on booting the client with "Refusing to run client applet init in non-stop client"
has anyone successfully booted Raspberry 4 to share experience?
But it fails finally after the squash image is created on booting the client with "Refusing to run client applet init in non-ltsp client"
mm I haven't tested on Pi's yet. that was something I wanted to look into.
I'm using ltsp on buster though and serving a 64bit client image.
Sleaker: does it use /etc/ltsp/ltsp.conf or /usr/share/ltsp/common/ltsp/ltsp.conf for settings? After installing the packages from PPA the /etc/ltsp/ folder was empty
ltsp.conf is only in the client
or maybe that's lts.conf
I don't remember. either way I don't have a ltsp.conf
I have an lts.conf in each of the tftp serv directories.
that the client uses
"In ltsp.conf, set RPI_IMAGE to the chroot name. This will be used by ltsp kernel to generate the appropriate symlinks from /srv/tftp/* to /srv/ltsp/raspbian/boot/*". Then I suppose it's being used by the server for preparing the stuff
I generate all of my client images from a build server and package them into deb packages that are installable on a separate server machine
I don't actually generate the client image on the ltsp server
so my process is much different
to build a client image I just run ltsp-build-client and then customize the install.
then squash it
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