Krsnendu dasa | 1 Nov 03:51 2007
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Re: [Ltsp-discuss] URGENT: Can't go live with Feisty or Gutsy-Please help.

Fixed: Notice the unnecessary spaces after the = signs?
Doh!!!

On 01/11/2007, Krsnendu dasa <krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com > wrote:
Has anyone actually used the terminals to print with Feisty or Gutsy. It seems most people use stand alone network printers.
There was a change in printing system in LTSP 5 to jet pipe. I suspect there is a bug.

Can anyone confirm or deny this suspicion?

Krsnendu dasa


On 31/10/2007, Krsnendu dasa <krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
On 30/10/2007, Scott Balneaves <sbalneav <at> legalaid.mb.ca > wrote:
On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 05:27:32AM +1300, Krsnendu dasa wrote:
> PRINTING DETAILS
> I get a "network host is busy" message from CUPS.

When you telnet to the host, can you connect?

No.

i.e.

telnet <ip address of terminal> 9100

Do you get connected?

No.

If you type some text, does it come out on the printer?

Scott


I tried

[ws043]
 #C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer
#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer
    PRINTER_0_DEVICE   = /dev/usblp0
    PRINTER_0_TYPE     = U

[ws043]
 #C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer
#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer
    PRINTER_0_TYPE     = U
    PRINTER_0_DEVICE   = /dev/usblp0

[ws043]
 #C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer
#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer
    PRINTER_0_TYPE     = U
    PRINTER_0_DEVICE   = /dev/usb/lp0

Any other ideas. It worked find with K12ltsp6



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<p>Fixed: Notice the unnecessary spaces after the = signs?<br>Doh!!!<br><br></p>
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<span class="gmail_quote">On 01/11/2007, Krsnendu dasa &lt;<a href="mailto:krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com">krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com
</a>&gt; wrote:</span><blockquote class="gmail_quote">Has anyone actually used the terminals to print with Feisty or Gutsy. It seems most people use stand alone network printers.
<br>
There was a change in printing system in LTSP 5 to jet pipe. I suspect there is a bug.<br><br>Can anyone confirm or deny this suspicion?<br><span class="sg"><br>Krsnendu dasa</span><div><span class="q">
<br><br><div>
<span class="gmail_quote">On 31/10/2007, 
Krsnendu dasa &lt;<a href="mailto:krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">krsnendu108 <at> gmail.com</a>&gt; wrote:</span><blockquote class="gmail_quote">

<span>On 30/10/2007, Scott Balneaves &lt;<a href="mailto:sbalneav <at> legalaid.mb.ca" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">sbalneav <at> legalaid.mb.ca</a>
&gt; wrote:</span><div>
<span><span class="gmail_quote"></span><blockquote class="gmail_quote">
On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 05:27:32AM +1300, Krsnendu dasa wrote:<br>&gt; PRINTING DETAILS<br>&gt; I get a "network host is busy" message from CUPS.<br><br>When you telnet to the host, can you connect?</blockquote>

</span><div>
<br>No. <br>
</div>
<span><br><blockquote class="gmail_quote">i.e.<br><br>telnet &lt;ip address of terminal&gt; 9100
<br><br>Do you get connected?
</blockquote></span><div>
<br>No. <br>
</div>
<span><br><blockquote class="gmail_quote">If you type some text, does it come out on the printer?
<br><br>Scott<br><br>
</blockquote></span>
</div>
<br>I tried<br><br>[ws043]<br>&nbsp;#C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer<br>#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_DEVICE&nbsp;&nbsp; = /dev/usblp0<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_TYPE&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; = U
<br><br>[ws043]<br>&nbsp;#C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer<br>#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_TYPE&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; = U<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_DEVICE&nbsp;&nbsp; = /dev/usblp0<br><br>[ws043]<br>&nbsp;#C300 3rd from desk - HP Laserjet 2200 Duplex Printer
<br>#With HP Deskjet 5550 Printer<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_TYPE&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; = U<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; PRINTER_0_DEVICE&nbsp;&nbsp; = /dev/usb/lp0<br><br>Any other ideas. It worked find with K12ltsp6<br><br>
</blockquote>
</div>
<br></span></div>
</blockquote>
</div>
<br>
</div>
Steve Cayford | 1 Nov 03:58 2007
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Re: Ltsp-discuss Digest, Vol 17, Issue 34

jam wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-10-31 at 10:45 -0700,
> ltsp-discuss-request@... wrote:
>>> Can anybody confirm if they are Thin or Fat clients?
>>> ie This Display has an IP of its own as opposed to having the server
>> IP
>>> Curious - James
>> They are thin clients, they clearly just found a way of allocating
>> Virtual IPs 
>> on the same network card to each ICA session.
> 
> Aaah thanks, I was technically interested, not sales marketing hype
> interested. So with its own IP it is a FAT (or virtual FAT) client.
> 
> A Thin Client (again technical bla) is a keyboard/display on the server.
> It can't have an IP, the server already has one.
> [...]

That seems like a somewhat arbitrary distinction. What's the benefit of
defining a thin client by the presence or absence of an IP address?
Seems like the only things that would qualify would be the old dumb
terminals on a serial line. I was also thinking of multi-headed X server
configurations, but then you don't really have a client at all.

I'd say there's a spectrum of different configurations having more or
less "thinness" depending on how different parts of the load are
distributed between client and server. By your definition, something
that boots over the network, mounts its file system over the network,
then opens an x session on a server still doesn't qualify as a thin client?

-Steve

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Frank Cox | 1 Nov 04:03 2007
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Re: Ltsp-discuss Digest, Vol 17, Issue 34

On Wed, 31 Oct 2007 21:58:15 -0500
Steve Cayford <cayfo001@...> wrote:

> What's the benefit of
> defining a thin client by the presence or absence of an IP address?

Every LTSP terminal gets an IP address.  It may not show outside of the local
network, but each terminal has to have an address if it's going to talk to the
LTSP server.

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Pietro Leone | 1 Nov 10:04 2007

Re: LTSP and RDP or ica

Ave Luiz Guaraldo,addi` 31-10-2007 17:36 vergasti:
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> No PXE???

No PXE no party.
Sadly the terminal-client do not boot using pxe, but a proprietary os
(wiseos), so I would know if it is possible to use rdp or ica.

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Luiz Guaraldo | 1 Nov 11:32 2007
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Re: LTSP and RDP or ica


Yep, with no pxe, there will be no party for you... :-D

RDP is used to access Windows Servers... Linux uses XDMCP to terminals... So,
if it has a floppy driver, think about starting him with a rom-o-matic floppy
pxe booting system.

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Pietro Leone escreveu:
> Ave Luiz Guaraldo,addi` 31-10-2007 17:36 vergasti:
>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1
>>
>> No PXE???
> 
> No PXE no party.
> Sadly the terminal-client do not boot using pxe, but a proprietary os
> (wiseos), so I would know if it is possible to use rdp or ica.
> 
>  >
>  > - -- Atenciosamente,
>  >
>  > Luiz Guaraldo Tec. Redes Computadores CREA/RS 146230
> 
> Thanks, Pietro.
Rob Owens | 1 Nov 12:33 2007

Re: LTSP 5


Ondrej Valousek wrote:

> - if more X servers are running (screen_03, _04...) simultaneously, they
> sometimes interfere between each other in a funny way (again not
> probably ltsp developers fault, but...).

Check this thread and see if it helps you.  It's LTSP 4.2 related, but
may apply to LTSP 5.

https://www.redhat.com/archives/k12osn/2007-October/msg00215.html

-Rob

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Scott Balneaves | 1 Nov 12:59 2007
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LocalApps: It's alive!!


http://ltspthinclient.blogspot.com/2007/11/local-apps-2-next-morning.html

A winner is us.

Scott

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Jason Maas | 1 Nov 13:31 2007

Re: LocalApps: It's alive!!

Hi Scott,

That's awesome!  Congratulations to you, Eric, Francis, and Stephane.
Thanks for keeping us in the loop and for the link to your blog, we really 
appreciate your hard work!

Jason

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asmo.koskinen | 1 Nov 13:50 2007

Re: LocalApps: It's alive!!

> Thanks for keeping us in the loop and for the link to your blog, we really
> appreciate your hard work!

Yes we do.

Edubuntu 8.04 LTS will be just amazing.

Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.

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Jim Kronebusch | 1 Nov 16:21 2007

Re: LocalApps: It's alive!!

On Thu, 1 Nov 2007 06:59:20 -0500, Scott Balneaves wrote
> http://ltspthinclient.blogspot.com/2007/11/local-apps-2-next-morning.html
> 
> A winner is us.
> 
> Scott

I just stopped dancing and can now type :-)

Very cool, I can't wait to see how this works.

I hope you kept the Ale away from Francis, more than one has dire effects on him ;-)

Jim

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