[K12OSN] I can't log in into LDM | SL 6.1 thin client image

Burke Almquist burke at thealmquists.net
Fri Jul 12 21:38:05 UTC 2013

When I installed and booted thin clients from SL6.4 running the latest stable LTSP from the repo I didn't have to do any of this. 
It should just work, if it doesn't, then we are missing something. Did you ever do ltsp-update-sshkeys?

On Jul 12, 2013, at 7:14 AM, Radek Bursztynowski wrote:

> Baryy,
> It could be that I don't understand you exactly, so let me present my steps:
> 1. I log into my server as a root and I deleted all files from /tmp directory.
> 2. I rebooted my thin client. 
> 3. I switched SCREEN on my thin client to xtermm.
> 4. Then: ssh -X user at my_server
> 5. I logged into my server (I accepted certificate). Next I exited.
> 6. From my thin client (still xterm SCREEN)I made:
>     # su -
>     # ssh -X root at my_server (I accepted certificate), and I logged into, next I exited.
> 7. I switched SCREEN to LDM.
> 8. Now I can log into as a regular user and root.
> But it is temporary success because after rebooting thin client I lose certificate and still I couldn't log into.
> How to save proper set-up?
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