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Channel log from 1 August 2020   (all times are UTC)

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Are there more elegant solutions for creating guest accounts than literally creating one for each machine? Persistent file store isn't a priority for me.
Simply creating a guest account via startup scripts and logging into it is... troublesome.
On Ubuntu 18.04, eh, input seems to be broken.
Can't write into a terminal.
I can open one (Control + Alt + T) but I cannot type into it.
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ltsp.conf, AUTOLOGIN ?
Vercas, one dummy user account for all clients is enough if you mount a tmpfs /home/guest
It can also be created with a POST_INIT parameter
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alkisg: Well, I just said what happens when I do that.
I can't type!
No idea how/why.
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