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I got NAT working! I know, it is easy now.
I'm having trouble getting clients to read display information.
I've modified /etc/ltsp.conf, under [clients], I have INCLUDE=[crt_monitor].
Under [crt_monitor] I have:
X_MODES='"1920x1080" "1280x960" "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"'
then ltsp image / , ltsp ipxe , ltsp initrd . Then reboot client. Still display goes to 720 x 480 refresh 0.0 Hz.
What am I doing wrong? Thank you...
service ltsp restart after making the ltsp.conf changes and reboot client?
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One of my clients does auto pickup the right display. It is one make of client, and the ones not pickping up decent display specs are of another make.
For one client, with a display that should be 1280x960, I get 640x480. That is even when I have
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And for another client with a display that should be 1920x1080, I also get 640x480.
The client that is getting the display at high resolution is at 1920x1080.
You can create a custom xorg.conf and test it
You don't need ltsp image, just ltsp initrd
After updating ltsp.conf, you just run ltsp initrd and you reboot the clients, nothing more
It sounds like a xorg problem though, if one works and another doesn't; so just try to manually make an appropriate xorg.conf
Alkis - thanks. I hadn't looked at xorg.conf. Let me try that.
You can get a shell with epoptes, modify xorg.conf with nano, and run systemctl restart lightdm until you get it right
No need to reboot the client at all
I think the first problem is: I haven't got an xorg.conf. I read the man pages for xorg.conf, though...
so could make such a file using Xorg :2 -configure.
Would I do that in the epoptes shell? Or on the server?
mnevans, if you use X_MODE in ltsp.conf and you run ltsp initrd and you don't have a xorg.conf... then you really did something wrong :)
As X_MODES creates an /etc/X11/xorg.conf
In the epoptes shell; you want a xorg.conf on the client not the server
Hmm. Well, I have the following in /etc/ltsp/ltsp.conf:
Use termbin/pastebin if you want
As you may have syntax errors or things in wrong section
when I run service ltsp restart, no errors to the terminal window.
You only need ltsp restart for nat
maybe things in wrong section...
It won't do anything for any other parameters
OK and did you use LIKE=crt_monitor anywhere?
Because that section won't do anything if you don't put it under some mac address etc
That's why I asked for all of ltsp.conf
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This part that you pasted does nothing at all
Yes, above that, first noncommented line under [clients], I have INCLUDE=crt_monitor
Do you want me to see over vnc?
It'll take hours with little information...
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
You are very kind.
np; it's usually faster that way :)
I do keep notes - but then system is stable and things evolve... like ltsp5 --> 19
mnevans, save, and run ltsp initrd
then reboot client
Nah nah I really don't want to learn emacs
I already have to remember 5 vi shortcuts :P
mnevans, and what's the goal?
Which client to get which resolution?
mnevans, you don't want a xorg.conf
You want a newer kernel and possibly xorg
Now it's not using the amdgpu driver at all
So even if you did the resolution, it would be slow with no graphics acceleration
I'm at Debian 10.2. I could install that package you just found. I thought I had installed X already...
For example, I saw that in Ubuntu, some AMD clients needed kernel 5.3
You have kernel 4.19
Do not try with xorg.conf
Ask in #debian or google whichkernel/xorg you need, and how to install it
Hmm. Was using Xorg with Debian Wheezy
On that client?
OK then it's the opposite
The problem is that you don't have a driver
You need an older kernel/xorg then
[Radeon HD 6310
Debian also has some firmware paackages
I bet that's it
Which may be needed for the driver to work
So, don't bother with xorg or ltsp
This was a bare metal reinstall
Ask how to properly use that card on debian
That would explain why a newer client (intel NUC box, ca 2018) works but these older clients do not.
apt-get install firmware-linux-nonfree libgl1-mesa-dri xserver-xorg-video-ati
Then ltsp image /, to send it to the clients
not the xserver-xorg-video-radeon package you found before?
But you already have that one
amdgpu, not radeon
I didn't search for radeon
But that's for newer cards
Ah - reading the page you pointed out: ATI/HOWto
Anyway, I'm off; if this doesn't work ask in #debian
Thanks - all that software is installed already. Except firmware-linux-nonfree doesn't seem to exist in buster?
I might need to add a repository
Or read the wiki page :) 2. Add "contrib" and "non-free" components to /etc/apt/sources.list, for example: # Debian 10 "Buster"
Search for that phrase, then continue reading
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You are making fun of me. OK, I deserve it, but it's hard for this poor scientist to keep up with you all!
mnevans, it's just humor, I hope you dind't get offended or anything. I'm a teacher supporting 10+ teachers per day, 9 of them don't read man pages and wikies, so we're constantly teasing each other, don't think that I was being serious...
Anyway I"m off for real now, good night all
Not at all! I can take a joke. Thanks again for your help!
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