[K12OSN] Re: K12OSN Digest, Vol 3, Issue 88
acarr at saskforestcentre.ca
Wed May 19 19:36:39 UTC 2004
Try using a chroot for it. If it is in a chroot jail, then the locking file it is creating in (/var/lock ? ) will be in the chroot jail. As long as it can find all it's libraries in the chroot jail, then the world is a happy place. With some caveats...
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 13:18:39 -0500
From: Petre Scheie <petre at maltzen.net>
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Re: CMapTools and K12LTSP
To: "Support list for opensource software in schools."
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This is a long shot, but I'll mention it anyway: You might look into User Mode
Linux (UML) which allows you to run multiple, separate instances of Linux on top
of Linux, akin to VMWare. If you did this on a server separate from your LTSP
server, perhaps multiple users could start up separate Linux instances and each
run CmapTools within. I'd say there's a very good chance in won't work, but it
would be fun to investigate.
Joe Guenther wrote:
>> The /etc/skel placement did work ... it transferred the directory and
>> shortcut to the new user's home directory. But the shortcuts did not run as
>> they still point back to the original test user directory.
>> But another problem here. I installed it for admin and for test and when
>> test is using CmapTools, admin cannot run it as well, although both are
>> installed in their own home directories.
>> "Another Copy of CmapTools v3 seems to already be running or is starting up.
>> This one will terminate."
>> It will refuse to let more than one person run CmapTools on the same
>> computer. It knows that it is running, thus the second user gets dumped. I
>> guess it should run on thick clients locally, but not collectively on a
>> terminal server.
>> too bad ... this had so much potential :-((
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