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Re: [K12OSN] local device



On the server, the users must all be in the fuse group. On the clients all devices must be group fuse that need to be shared.

I think. Don't have a rig in front of me and it's been a while. I think on the server, the /etc/group file should have a fuse group and should include

Make sure the ltspfsd is running on the server as well. double check that users are in the fuse group as well on the server. Check status of /bin/fusermount. It should be -rwsr-x---.



On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 3:49 PM, Radek Bursztynowski <radek bursztynowski waw pl> wrote:
Jim,

Thanks for advice. But I don't understand all.
I have two identical K12Linux installation in two different
localisations. In first one I can't see CDROM device after log in, in
the second one everything works fine. In the second one installation I
checked user and group's CDROM device. Is root:disk (and works!).

So I am not sure where I should make the device(s) are part of the fuse
group and how? Could you explain me more clear?

Thanks you for help,
Best regards,
Radek




> make sure the device(s) are part of the fuse group and all users are
> as well.
>
>
>
> On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 1:16 PM, Radek Bursztynowski
> <radek bursztynowski waw pl> wrote:
>         Jeff,
>
>         Many thanks for your explanation. I know it. But the same
>         situation is
>         with USB stick - I can mount it locally on local console and
>         see it
>         after log in LDM on my redirected server desktop.
>
>         I expected similar mechanizm.
>
>         Best regards,
>         Radek
>
>
>         ---
>         > Unfortunately I can't solve your problem but hopefully I can
>         clarify
>         > your understanding of what is going on a bit.  When you
>         press
>         > CTRL-ALT-Fx and get a text console it is important to note
>         that this is
>         > _not_ an xterm.  It is a local console on your _client_
>         where the DVD
>         > drive is installed, which is why you can see it there.
>         >
>         > Conversely, your X desktop is running on the _server_ but is
>         displaying
>         > on your _client_.  Since the DVD drive is not attached to
>         the _server_
>         > you cannot see it there, where the xterm is running.
>         >
>         > Depending on what you want to do with the DVD you can may be
>         able to
>         > install a localapp and run that to access the DVD.
>         >
>         > Jeff
>         >
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