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Re: [K12OSN] XDMCP INET6 socket connection failed



Jim,

Copy XF86Config.ws004 to the same directory that contains the lts.conf
file.  Looks like /opt/ltsp/ppc/etc is proper for your setup.

Then,  in lts.conf, add this:


  XF86CONFIG_FILE = XF86Config.ws004


Looking at your comments, you may have had the wrong variable name.

That should do it.

Jim McQuillan
jam Ltsp org



On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Jim Kronebusch wrote:

> > Jim,
> >
> > Are you sure that INET6 problem is a fatal error ?
> >
> > I've seen it lots of times, and it was just a warning.  It should
> > fall back to IPv4 with no problem.
>
> No I am not.  I just know that most prominent error I see after X won't
> fire.  I thought maybe it wasn't important but can't seem to get it to
> start.  I have tried setting in /opt/ltsp/ppc/etc/lts.conf
> XF86Config = XF86Config.ws004
>
> And then XF86Config.ws004 is a copy of XF86Config from a working local
> install of YDL on the exact same style machine.  I thought this would for
> sure grab a working X configuration for the iBook thin client.  But no
> matter where I place the XF86Config.ws004 file when I startx from the thin
> client it says it cannot find the file.  Could you tell me where this should
> be or how to specify a full path in lts.conf?
>
> Thanks,
>
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