[K12OSN] K12LTSP - How easy was that!

Petre Scheie petre at maltzen.net
Wed Jun 21 13:13:30 UTC 2006

You can turn on rdesktop by making a change to the lts.conf file which is in 
/opt/ltsp/i386/etc/ on the server.  Look for the SCREEN section and you'll see SCREEN_04 
is set for rdesktop (but commented out).  Take out the # signs and add the address of 
your Windows Terminal Server, and then reboot your client.  If you leave it set as 
SCREEN_04, and you don't define SCREEN_02 and SCREEN_03, I'm not sure what happens (I 
don't use it), but after rebooting the client, you can get to the rdesktop session by 
pressing Ctl-Alt-F4 (or would it be Ctrl-Alt-F2 if screens 2 & 3 are undefined?  Try both.)


Simon Faulkner wrote:
> I'm no Linux expert but I just installed K12LTSP from the 5 CDs and it 
> was a cinch!
> I've managed to get 2 old pentiums working so far and I hope to make a 
> small lab for our school for £0.00
> One question, How do I start rdesktop?
> I can't find an icon anywhere and typing rdesktop just tells me that I 
> can't run binarys
> Am I being *very* dumb?
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