[K12OSN] default configuration questions
ascensiontech at gmail.com
Sat Mar 15 21:04:51 UTC 2008
How odd is this problem! I tried "sleep 10" instead of the read.
It just waited 10 seconds before switching to screen_02 by itself.
Any other ways to avoid this behavior?
On Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 11:54 AM, Rob Owens <rowens at bio-chemvalve.com> wrote:
> I came up with a solution to the "random screen" problem a few weeks
> back. See this thread:
> Basically it involves inserting a 'read' statement into the screen
> scripts located in /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/screen.d/
> I can also email the list with my screen scripts if anyone thinks it
> would be useful. Hmm, maybe I should put this on the wiki.
> Jon Harder wrote:
> > I have three configuration issues that I have not been able to
> > resolve.
> > First, how can I set the preferred mailreader to default to thunderbird?
> > That is, when a user first logs on, it is already thunderbird and they
> > do not need to select it via the System -> Preferences -> More Preferences ->
> > Prefered Applications menu.
> > My second question involves selecting a default login screen for the client
> > computers. My current configuration includes this in
> > /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf:
> > SCREEN_01 = startx
> > SCREEN_02 = rdesktop
> > RDP_SERVER = tserve
> > RDP_OPTIONS = -a 16 -f
> > SCREEN_03 = shell
> > Clients randomly choose between SCREEN_01 and SCREEN_02 when they
> > start up. I want it to open consistently on SCREEN_01. Hopefully most
> > users won't even need to know about rdesktop. I tried delaying the startup
> > of SCREEN_02 with a sleep of several seconds, but no luck with that.
> > Finally, how do I change the default image on the linux login screen.
> > Does it need to be a certain size?
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Jon Harder
> > Mountain Lake (MN) Public Schools
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