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Hello Bruno Binet
vnc-dide: To share your screen with me, run this: sudo apt-get --yes install x11vnc; x11vnc -connect srv1-dide.ioa.sch.gr - this is a reverse connection, it doesn't need port forwarding etc.
Hmm the IRC <=> matrix bridge lags a lot
I'll paste it manually:
Bruno: vnc-dide: To share your screen with me, run this: sudo apt-get --yes install x11vnc; x11vnc -connect alkisg.ltsp.org - this is a reverse connection, it doesn't need port forwarding etc.
Bruno Binet: ok sorry back, I was installing debian/kde to a school remotely :D
Bruno Binet: so to access the client, you ssh to the client?
Maybe that interferes, as it creates a second login
Do you ssh as bruno, or as root?
Why don't you use epoptes which is much simpler?
That might be the problem then
Do you have root access to the client?
Open a terminal, and connect to the client as root
Even as bruno first, then sudo, whatever
Let's minimize the interference in any case
Get me root client access in any way
Bruno Binet: so, by using "login bruno" on the client, via root ssh, everything works
Now I'll log you out from there, and I want you to try to login as bruno on the client, on vt2, on console
Bruno Binet: now try to reboot the client and login as bruno on vt2 again
It could be
Or it can be related to your ssh'ing to the client
As then the ssh dir is in use while trying to remount it
It's best to set up root ssh like I did, with authorized_keys
Put an authorized_keys to /root/.ssh via ltsp.conf
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No, you can use mkdir, echo 'key here' > ...
Open a discussion issue if you want details
POST_INIT_CREATE_SSH_KEYS="mkdir -pm 700 /root/.ssh
echo 'your key here' > /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
chmod 700 /root/.ssh/authorized_keys"
Then you can ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
You're welcome :)
Bruno Binet: xvnc4viewer -listen
Yeah, you could also use epoptes which is even better ;)
are you talking to yourself?! or is this some matrix gateway stuff?
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Thanks a lot for your support!
I will look at that
have you changed anything?
I'm now powering my rpi from one of the USB port of my laptop (the server)
I see, great, thank you
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It would make troubleshooting so much easier, and it's in the default installation instructions
Yes, but only in debian/ubuntu
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You connect to me with x11vnc -connect alkisg.ltsp.org
I listen, you connect
So it's safe, as I don't expose a vnc server anywhere
Yes (re port)
Thank you, have a nice day too!
Were you already logged in, and a bit later, it stopped working?
Did you try to `ssh bruno@client` in the meantime?
OK let's see, vnc to me again
x11vnc -connect alkisg.ltsp.org
Bruno Binet: type here not in the terminal
I have too many windows open to check there :)
Try with a good power adaptor
Maybe that's the whole problem
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(closing x11vnc now)
epoptes works also in a non-ltsp environment?
I hope I'll be able to contribute some stuff to LTSP in the future
<alkisg "Were you already logged in, and "> yes
I've just issue "ls" again at the tty2 client screen and it fails now :(
(seem to work fine for now)
<alkisg "Did you try to `ssh bruno@client"> no
let's do that
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<BrunoBinet[m] "(seem to work fine for now)"> Great! 👍️
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fiesh: matrix.org has been suffering spam attacks, and synchronization with other servers and IRC is very slow, it can take from minutes to hours
We were talking normally with bruno on matrix with no lags in the meantime
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ah ok, no problem, just got confused ;)
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alkisg: The "Permission denied" issue just occured again with the official rpi power adapter... :(
Bruno I will be online later on in the afternoon, lets see it then
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Bruno Binet: here?
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Hi vagrantc! Iperf in bullseye has a bug that breaks epoptes network benchmark,
The sid version fixes it, but its too late in feature freeze now to migrate it, right?
from the looks of it, that version really should have not been uploaded to unstable at this point...
alkisg: might be possible to backport a specific fix for a bullseye point release
Specifically, reverse -r doesn't work, but i haven't looked at the code
It just hangs
(today I installed my first bullseye+kde+ltsp in a school library)
vagrantc: btw the reason that iperf was uploaded is because the bullseye version is rather broken: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=983201
(was uploaded to unstable)
alkisg: someone would need to request an unblock, not sure if that will happen
Thank you vagrantc, I don't think it's worth the trouble then, I can use a PPA for bullseye for such cases
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it would also need to wait ~16 more days ... presuming bullseye doesn't release before then
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