Sunday, April 03, 2011

Example lts.conf file for Ubuntu 10.04 LTSP system

I just set up a new server that is running localapps.  The following is the start of the /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/lts.conf file I used.
[Default]
SCREEN_02=shell
SCREEN_07=ldm
LDM_DIRECTX=True
LOCALDEV = True
LOCAL_APPS=True
LOCAL_APPS_MENU=True
LOCAL_APPS_MENU_ITEMS = firefox,CmapTools,/usr/lib/IHMC_CmapTools/bin/CmapTools,totem,vlc,gstreamer
[00:02:A5:8F:6D:D4]
HOSTNAME=g-1a
[00:02:A5:90:59:98]
HOSTNAME=g-1b
[00:02:A5:90:56:FB]
HOSTNAME=g-2a
[00:02:A5:90:95:ED]
HOSTNAME=g-2b
[00:02:A5:16:66:5B]
HOSTNAME=g-3a
[00:02:A5:90:59:B1]
HOSTNAME=g-3b
[00:02:A5:90:96:18]
HOSTNAME=g-4a

[00:11:85:82:06:C1]
HOSTNAME=g-teacher
etc.
By declaring the hostname of each client I was told they boot or login more quickly AND it identifies them relative to the seating of the classroom when I use the Great Greek sch-scripts.

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