[K12OSN] rdesktop/rdp wont show at login

Jim McQuillan jam at mcquil.com
Tue Jun 14 03:07:39 UTC 2005


If you've got the latest LTSP (4.1.1) or the latest k12ltsp, you
shouldn't be having a keyboard mapping problem. That's been fixed.

Have you edited your /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/inittab file to enable more than
the first 3 screen scripts?

By default, only SCREEN_01 through SCREEN_03 are set to do anything.

Jim McQuillan
jam at Ltsp.org

On Mon, 13 Jun 2005, Barry R Cisna wrote:

> Hi All,
>     Anyone have a good recipe,,for getting a simple CTL-ALT-F4 to take you
> to a windows server login,,,at the K12ltsp login?
>     I have the following in my lts.conf:
>     SCREEN_01   = startx
>     SCREEN_02  = shell
>     SCREEN_03  = telnet
>     SCREEN_04  = rdesktop
>        RDP_SERVER = ipaddress
>        RDP_OPTIONS = -F -u <username> -d <domain>
>     Ive read a while back were some keyboard mappings dont work right with
> rdesktop?
>     All I get when I do CTL-ALT-F4 is a "login to enter" in the middle of
> the monitor,
>     When i press ENTER,nothing happens,or goes to a cursor in the upper left
> of monitor. Rats!
>     I have a couple shell scripts on the Linux desktop... to take users to a
> particular server and this works fine,,( along with the Linux Terminal
> Server GUI),,,but would like the "login RDP" to get working . May be a
> simpler login ,,in some cases...
>     We are using K12LTSP 4.2.0
>     Any advice/criticism/laughs/ideas,,would be appreciated,,,
>     Thanks,,
>     Barry
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