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RE: [K12OSN] local USB devices (flash drive) on K12LTSP 4.4 (using automounter)



I've been extending the localdevice support into using automount (on the server end) (I didn't like the way it smbmounted into local user directories... I ended up w/ too many dangling/dead mounts after kids logged out improperly).  The automount stuff is done, and now I'm working on integrating it into Nautilus under "Computer" as "My Disks" (The trick is to modify the user's gconf connected_servers entry for "My Disks" to point to the /media/localdev/<terminalname> location).  I'm thinking of making an /etc/sysconfig/localdev-automount configuration file that controls some of the behaviors.  It does the /media/localdev/<terminalname> securely in the sense that it grants ownership of the files to the user logged into that terminal, and not anyone else.   I'll see if I can hack on it some more this week.  I need to finish it.

Henry


-----Original Message-----
From:	David Trask [mailto:dtrask vcsvikings org]
Sent:	Sat 7/9/2005 12:22 PM
To:	Jim McQuillan
Cc:	K12OSN redhat com; eharrison mail mesd k12 or us
Subject:	Re: [K12OSN] local USB devices (flash drive) on K12LTSP 4.4
Jim McQuillan <jam mcquil com> on Saturday, July 9, 2005 at 12:00 PM +0000
wrote:
>David,
>
>I'm not sure just what Eric has incorporated into k12ltsp, but in
>straight ltsp, hotplug usb memory sticks are working great.  we're still
>having some issues with floppies and cdroms that sometimes look like a
>file in Nautilus, instead of a folder.
>
>BUT, Scott and I have been working hard on this everynight for the past
>week, and we're making great progress.  We should have something ready
>for general testing within the next couple of weeks. And whatever we
>come up with should drop easily onto a k12ltsp system.

Very cool!  I suspected as much and I'm not afraid of doing it myself
either....I was simply wondering.  I'm agonizing over little things this
summer as I have nothing to "invent" like last summer when I had to
completely rewrite my Samba/LDAP setup...thanks to the guys at Samba
changing everything around  *bastards  ;-)*  Now I'm getting ready to
implement my first TRULY thin-client lab (the little devices like the Term
150's I already have)....so I'm trying to figure out the best way to go. 
While I have your attention...what's the sound issue with the new Term
140?  Has it been figured out?  It's an attractive model, but the sound is
a MUST in a school.  Just curious...

David N. Trask
Technology Teacher/Coordinator
Vassalboro Community School
dtrask vcsvikings org
(207)923-3100





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