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Re: [K12OSN] LDM crashing on trying to log in.



Hello,

I have the same problems. The problem with first attempting to log in I
solved (I believe). This solution concerns i386 and x86_64 thin client
image (epel6-i386 and epel-6-x86_64).

I added to /opt/ltsp/chroot/etc/sysconfig three files which I couldn't
find after ltsp-build-client script execution:


(Polish parameters)
clock
ZONE="Warsaw/Europe"

i18n
LANG="pl_PL.UTF-8"

keyboard
KEYTABLE="pl2"
MODEL="pc105"
LAYOUT="pl"
KEYBOARDTYPE="pc"

and my /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/ltsp_chroot is not empty but includes

LTSP_CHROOT=/opt/ltsp/i386 line

and /opt/ltsp/x86_64/etc/ltsp_chroot includes

LTSP_CHROOT=/opt/ltsp/x86_64 line.

Now LDM doesn't reload and works fine.

I am not sure that this the best solution, but it helped me.

Thin client still doesn't reboot or shutdown.

I tried Debian LTSP too, but I retrieved. Finally I moved Debian thin
client image to LTSP on CentOS 6.4 and I can use it, but I prefer epel-6
images. In my opinion the most stable thin client image is Scientific
Linux 6.1 (ltsp-server 5.2) and I recommend it.

Best regards,
Radek

---
> It would be a lot of work for me to move to Debian, because of 
> applications to be moved, tested on Debian, etc. Plus everything we do 
> is CentOS and Fedora based.
> 
> I can't shutdown or reboot the client either. I saw a hack on the list 
> that I haven't tried yet to "fix" the shutdown/reboot problem.
> 
> On 10/14/2013 10:42 AM, k12ltsp wrote:
> > Hi Gary,
> >
> > We have the same problem I'm afraid.
> > Using ltsp-server-5.4.5-24.elg.x86_64 but with 32 bit clients. Atom
> > processors in the clients with at least 1GByte RAM.
> > Usually work reliably once logged in.
> >
> > Also cannot shutdown or reboot the client. Tried some suggestions from
> > the list, but they didn't help.
> >
> > Things seem to have got worse recently, and I don't have the skills to
> > try and fix it, we do IT support for small businesses and web/database apps.
> >
> > Now trying Debian Wheezy with LTSP - just works, so looks like I shall
> > jump ship.
> >
> > Regards
> > Trevor
> > http://www.infocentrality.co.uk
> >
> > On 14/10/13 16:03, Gary Nutbeam wrote:
> >> I'm having stability problems with LDM. I'm using decent thin clients
> >> now (1700 model from disklessworkstations.com, hyperthreading atom, 2GB
> >> RAM etc.).
> >>
> >> I'm using ltsp-server 5.4.5-24 on CentOS 6.4 64bit from the ltsp repo at
> >> ltsprepo.s3.amazonaws.com.
> >>
> >> When first attempting to log in, after entering the username, LDM seems
> >> to crash, and restart. The second attempt to login works fine. If it
> >> doesn't crash on the first attempt, the X session crashes very shortly
> >> afterwards, usually when trying to launch an application. After the
> >> initial weirdness, everything seems to settle down and work.
> >>
> >> This behavior happens on both the physical thin clients AND a virtual
> >> client.
> >>
> >> Has anyone seen this problem and know what might be causing it?
> >>
> >> Thanks.
> >>
> >> Gary.
> >>
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