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I am facing the challenge while installing the NS2 on my ltsp server which is ubuntu 22.04 .
I followed the step cd /srv/ltsp ; chroot jammy /
inside that extracted the tar ball . and ns-allinone-2.35 folder copied to every users home folder ie /home/user/.... this folder is visible from sever side inside the chroot at path /home/username/ ns-allinone-2.35 , but problem is that when i build the image and boot it on the client machine to my surprise there inside the user home folder these ns-allinone-2.35 folder is not visible ... ... to execute the ns2 i have to set
envirnment variable inside the .bashrc file but .. these ns-allinone-2.35 folder is not visble hence cant set path ..
Chroots are hard to manage. Use a VM instead, it'll make things easier for you
And even easier is the "chrootless" method, where a clone of the server installation is used
Note that /home on the clients comes from /home on the server. NOT from /srv/ltsp/image/home
You mean say I have boot VM image there on client ?
* I have to boot, * boot preinstalled ns2 VM image
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No, I mean instead of using an /srv/ltsp/image chroot, to use a /srv/ltsp/virtualbox-image.vmdk image, see the documentation: http://ltsp.org/docs/installation/#maintaining-a-client-image
In the documentation, 3 options are documented, chrootless, vm and chroot; you chose the hardest one...
okay i will give my try ... i will craete an vm in virtual box and then i will install ns2 software on it . for authentication i will also installed ldap lib pam & then export that vmdk image to ltsp server on path /srv/ltsp ; and them build it using command ltsp image /srv/ltsp/vmimage.vmdk ; and then boot it . If i am wrong please correct me .
system_analyst: yup, that's what I was suggesting
thank you for your guidance .... i will try it now.
In above case instead of vmdk image if proxmox vm running ubuntu 18.04 LTS qcow2 image will work ? because ltsp server is running on ubuntu 22.04 ?
qcow won't work, but raw will work
You have proxmox, and on top of it you have ltsp server 22.04, and you want the clients to boot ubuntu 18.04?
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yes . will version issue will cause conflict? because I want exata and ns2 on my client computer . this software can be comfortably installed on ubuntu 18.04 .
No it won't cause a conflict. But it would be easier to use the ubuntu 18.04 vm as the ltsp server. Why do you want a separate ltsp server?
Initially by reading the installation guide on ltsp website I created ltsp server on ubuntu 22.04 and choose the chroot method to maintain client image .
OK, if you don't have a special reason, then by listening to your use case, I propose that you abandon that route and just use an ubuntu 18.04 VM as a "chrootless" server and a template for the clients at the same time
I.e. start by installing an ubuntu 18.04 vm and make it work exactly as you want a client to work. THEN just install ltsp on top of it and make it an ltsp server
i will go for this .
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Hi, I am back again 😉
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Im trying to run my new server in my School.
ok. 1st problem - not regarding to LTSP directly. I have HP EliteBook 840 G3 laptop and cannot set in BIOS UEFI network boot. I can only set Legacy PXE, which works fine with LTSP, but on HDD there is Windows installed in UEFI mode, So I have LTSP and Windows on hdd - but I cannot run ltsp or windows without BIOS modification... . I would like to set UEFI network boot to be able to cancel boot process and start from hard drive windows
(for other teacher, who don't like Linux)...
adam.jurkiewicz.pythonista: see https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/issues/825
Thanks alkisg - some job to do with it... fuck HP once again - I don't love their BIOSes....
From other hand... Someone tried to install ChromeOS Flex on Legacy mode BIOS?
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