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printer: Quick how-to: RCFILE_01="/usr/sbin/jetpipe /dev/usb/lp0 9100 &" in lts.conf, reboot client, then go to server's add printer dialog, and specify network printer → jetdirect → ltsp123.local
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Hi! I have a problem. Intel NUC terminals RX is 100 megabits with a gigabit channel (TX is 1000 megabits, ok). ltsp 20.04-1~ubuntu18.04.1, linux mint 19.3, Chrootless.
eu^22tfn2Kalugan: how do you measure, with epoptes lan benchmark?
epoptes and iperf
readings are the same
eu^22tfn2Kalugan: I don't have much time, do you mind if I see for myself?
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
It sounds to me like related to flow control...
A couple of minutes, approval needed
ok, also boot the clients
(tell them I'm an LTSP developer, if it helps...)
I can vouch for him, when I gave him access to our system, no files were del... oh wait a second!!!!!
Hehe :D I thought `rm -rf /` was the same as chkdsk... :P :D
OK OK time to go, I'll be back in 3-4 hours, cheers
Unfortunately, I can’t negotiate the connection. is it possible to solve in other ways?
rm -rf / don't offer ))
eu^22tfn2Kalugan: do a network benchmark with epoptes, then upload the resulting screenshot
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eu^22tfn2Kalugan: oh, this happens with a single client as well?!
Is the client connected to the same switch as the server?
Do you have any services like firewalls that could be interfering?
This happens with terminals on intel NUC. Other terminals ok. This terminal was downloaded from the hard drive to ubuntu and the speed was gigabit in both directions
eu^22tfn2Kalugan: that sounds like a kernel question (bug) then, not an ltsp question
Is the client connected to the same switch as the server? No, he isn't
But do test on the same switch
As it might be related to MTU or other things that can be finetuned
ok! thank you!
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