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AppleMuncy: wifi is much, much slower than ethernet, it's not appropriate for ltsp unless you only have a couple of clients
Due to collisions, not due to the typical protocol speed. 10 clients on gigabit wifi might only get 10 mbps each.
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Hmm, there were some Finnish guys here, right? Unrelated question, is it a good idea for a family visiting Finland during the Christmas holidays, to rent a car to go from Helsinki to Rovaniemi and back, or driving will be very difficult due to snow?
Hi alkisg, pasta few years there has not Been that much snow yet on Christmas holidays. The road Will be maintained (cleaned from snow) If there is a storm
Heya vsuojanen, so it's not a bad idea after all, right?
Of course in Rovaniemi you Will Have The snow you Wished. I would recommend The car. It's nice when you get pasta Oulu. Just drive safe as usual with distance.
Thanks! I assume rental cars will have special tires for snow, right? Or are you using ...dunno how they're called, chains?
Car tires need to Be Winters tyres, studs. Ask before from rental company
Great! My elder daugher started an MSc in Joensuu, so we'll probably go in these three cities, Helsinki, Joensuu and Rovaniemi
Yes rental company should know you are driving North and Polar circle
Wish you The best vacation. Prepare extra hours as driving. Watch The reindeers on road (atfter Oulu). There are warning signs on The road where you Will likely see reindeers
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I would like to try installing LTSP in Debian Bookworm (the current debian-testing). Is there any specific documentation you could point me at please? I have installed LTSP in Debian 11 before and have had no problems. Thank you in advance.
steveblevin: the normal documentation should work
Thank you. I'm in love with LTSP :)
Debian testing can be a bit 'out there' sometimes. Thank you again.
vsuojanen: I read online that I could buy a sim card with 4€ and have unlimited internet on my phone for a few days, is that true?
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Prepaid? it should cost some €/d for The phone calls. there are prepaid plans with unlimited internet at some speeds.
I don't think It's just 4€, consumer prepaid propably need to have a few € loaded on sim for calls when using it
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I've been roaming-with-data with my Dutch cell in Portugal and Finland, never had any issues
Lets hope it works out of the box then :)
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Heh, most hotels in Rovaniemi are already booked, any alternative cities for people that care about northen lights but not Santa Claus?
There's always canada and alaska
although you'll probably still find santa claus people
Yllas, Pallas, Salla, Kuusamo
Ivalo and Saarijarvi are a little more far and expensive
*Saariselka small correction. and yet more Pyha
* Thanks, googling...
at those places there's chance to meet people from all over world, not just reindeers and locals 😀
In the summer, Greece is full of tourists. I think the same thing is true for Finland in the winter! :D
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I am using ltsp on ubuntu and I was wondering if there is a way to make a config file "live" vs included in the boot image created when I rebuild the image
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or alternatively, loaded fresh from server at each boot ?
you can put files into the initrd and copy them onto the rootfs at boot
there might be a directory you can drop files into, or you might have to implement it with ltsp.conf commands ...
onixx99: apparently just drop files in /etc/ltsp/ where you want them .... e.g. /etc/ltsp/path/to/some/file should get copied to /path/to/some/file on the booted image
ok, thats at each boot or when generating the image ?
when generating the initrd, no need to regenerate the whole image
so any changes you put there, you have to run "ltsp initrd"
ok great ! good idea. thanks for responding. have a great evening
it takes way less time that regenerating the whole image ... although that of course depends how much you put in there :)
it will also use some ram on the booted system, so i wouldn't recommend putting large files in there if you can avoid it