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Re: [K12OSN] Fedora 9, LTSP 5, and KDE

i have been trying to move from fc6 (k12ltsp) for some time but
with no success. from the same reasons.

kde 3.5.x can not run on fc9 (i checked with fedora people)
kde 4.1 is not stable enouhg (and features are missing)
there is no official Kiosk Admin tool in fc9 (although suse has
built one for kde 4.1 that partially works on fedora)
the under lying lockdown framework suppose to work without the gui
but has changed from version 3.5.x.

ltsp 5 works slower then ltsp 4.2 (on fedora 9) maybe it is just me ?

we decided to stay with fc6+ltsp 4.2 that works great for a hole new year
dispite what every one suggests.

i just upgraded OpenOffice and Firefox. (not using rpm)

hope it helps :-)

2008/9/18 Steve Krause <krauses deerpark wednet edu>
> With the help of Sean Harbour, I have users able to login to the thin clients using their Active Directory accounts and accessing their home directories stored on a Windows server.  Thank you very much Sean.
> We are trying to get the Display to KDE so we can use the Kiosk Admin Tool to manage the thin client desktops.  We have been doing it with pretty good success using FC6/ltsp4.2.
> Does anyone out there know how to configure the system to only allow thin client logins to get KDE?  I have tried setting up /etc/sysconfig/desktop and editting the lts.conf to launch SCREEN_07=xdmcp.  No luck there.  I have tried going to the /usr/share/xsessions/ and leaving only kde.desktop.  Still no luck.
> I understand the thin clients use ldm to login and launch the desktop.  I can find very little on how to configure it.  Thanks in advance.
> Steve Krause, CNE
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> Deer Park, WA
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