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hello everyone, i'm brazilian, i would like to have some information about the community, LTSP works on The Sun Ray 2 virtual display client
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Hello! Who can help clarify one question. Until today, I created an LTSP server through "ltsp image /". The shared folders were /home/user on the server. Having recreated the server now, only folders inside the image are used. Why is there such a difference with the same actions?
My assumption was changed by the LTSP developers. Didn't notice the difference
No, it wasn't changed
home is still outside the image, via sshfs or nfs
eu^19414774127: if you login to the client and you don't see /home, that means that your sshfs connection was terminated
Try Alt+Ctrl+F2 to switch to vt2, then loging from there, and check if you see any errors
I see no Home and now and have seen it before, only before the home folder was shared both on the server and on the client. Now the server has its own home folder, and the client has its own.
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Hi, I have a question please. Is there any sense to run LTSP in a docker container?
alkisg Thanks I will try with nfs
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Heya vagrantc, highvoltage, "winter^Hfreeze is coming"? Until when can we upload a last ltsp version?
long answer: https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2020/03/msg00002.html
|16:03||* vagrantc digs for the short answer|
a bit better summary ... https://release.debian.org/bullseye/freeze_policy.html
alkisg: i'd say we want to upload it early january
we might be able to get it in early february, but increases the risks of something going amiss
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Great, thank you1
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... in short, early january would be ideal, mid january is probably ok, very early feburary if we have to :)
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No no early january is fine, thanks!
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bah, and i thought you guys are discussing next BTS
(but then read the full backlog)
We should do one of these!
yeah, as soon as we can travel again
or we all go to the nearest sea and have a virtual meeting from our respective seas? :)
|16:56||* vagrantc is doubtful of doing any traveling any time soon|
yeah ... might still take months
|16:56||* vagrantc is thinking a larger unit of time|
i guess next year around this time traveling should be possible again
probably earlier ... but i'm as optimistic as usual 🙂
i guess someone has to be optimistic
heh, well, hope is all we got ... (and very clean kitchens)
i've substituted distracting projects as an alternative strategy
i'm inventing distracting projects ...
wow, vagrantc, ogra and alkisg all on one screen. it's like the good old days.
just jammcq and sbalneav are missing now ...
and and and...
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