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Hey,... (full message at https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/r0/download/libera.chat/a3ba06eeb067fab1a21ef43fdfa595ab9071c8d7)
I do not know about 'thin', but I do know about these similar topics: 'thin-client-deprecation'
thin-client-deprecation: The new LTSP doesn't support thin clients (remote Xorg), but it does support low-spec netbooted clients with remote desktop (xfreerdp, x2go etc). Read more in https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/discussions/243
Somehow I missed that
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Hello. I am trying to build an ltsp image using debootstrap. I installed the kernel but I still get exec format error.
What am I missing in the image besides ltsp and linux-image-amd64?
https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/wiki/chroots oh maybe initramfs-tools
or not... `0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.`
you're trying to install for a different architecture than the one you're running?
That's what odd, both my vm and home server are amd64
not arm or anything
anything in tftp logs?
i don't even think you need ltsp in the image itself
Nothing crazy, https://pastebin.com/bMPjdacr
https://ltsp.org/docs/installation/#maintaining-a-client-image it says im suppose to install it
sfxworks[m]: ok, then you should definitely install it
wow i'm rusty with ltsp :)
should have some opportunity to get up to speed again though, thankfully
Here's the full script I am testing. It installs ltsp on the host, makes a chroot, installs a few packages, and then generates the image https://gist.github.com/sfxworks/115405757f2f052e22e6d7e48c348658
sfxworks[m]: you can pass --include= argument to debootstrap instead of making the apt install calls...
also, might try mmdebstrap instead of debootstrap ... i'm liking it a lot better these days
but i doubt those will change your boot problems, just comments as i'm reading your script