Lubuntu-ltsp-pnp (in English)

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Basic installation in VirtualBox (i386). Lubuntu and ltsp-pnp. Fat client is 'real' - Intel Atom and Acer x203w. Mouse and keyboard are Logitech wireless (K340 ja M505).

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Lubuntu-ltsp-pnp (in English)

  1. 1. Lubuntu Alternate 12.10 (Daily i386) LTSP ”Plug n Play” Asmo Koskinen asmo.koskinen@gmail.com http://lubuntu.net/ http://ltsp.org/https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/ltsp-pnp
  2. 2. Setup for VirtualBox: Network adapter, bridged
  3. 3. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Language
  4. 4. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Start
  5. 5. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Language
  6. 6. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Location
  7. 7. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Locales
  8. 8. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Keyboard (here for Finnish)
  9. 9. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Keyboard (here for Finnish)
  10. 10. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Keyboard (here for Finnish)
  11. 11. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Keyboard (here for Finnish)
  12. 12. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Keyboard (here for Finnish, ”se” is good enough, actually it is ”fi”)
  13. 13. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Hostname (here it is ”lubuntu-ltsp-pnp”).
  14. 14. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Admin user (first user is sudo (root) user).
  15. 15. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Admin user (first user is sudo (root) user).
  16. 16. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Admin user (first user is sudo (root) user).
  17. 17. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Admin user (first user is sudo (root) user).
  18. 18. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Encrypted home? You choose
  19. 19. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Time Zone
  20. 20. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: In VirtualBox you can use defaults all the way
  21. 21. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: In VirtualBox you can use defaults all the way
  22. 22. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: In VirtualBox you can use defaults all the way
  23. 23. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: First round for packages
  24. 24. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: If you have one, use It
  25. 25. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Second round for packages
  26. 26. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Second round for packages
  27. 27. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Almost there for installation
  28. 28. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Almost there for installation
  29. 29. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Almost there for installation
  30. 30. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Almost there for installation
  31. 31. Lubuntu Alternate Installation: Almost there for installation
  32. 32. Lubuntu Alternate: First boot after installation
  33. 33. Lubuntu Alternate: First boot after installation
  34. 34. Lubuntu Alternate: We use here NetworkManager for LTSP server (there is adsl/dhcp/router somewhere in network)
  35. 35. Lubuntu Alternate: You can add nameservers in file /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/tail (# nano/etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/tail)
  36. 36. Lubuntu Alternate: You have to restart service resolvconf (# service resolvconf restart)
  37. 37. Lubuntu Alternate: Do one full upgrade round (# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade -y)
  38. 38. Lubuntu Alternate: Do one full upgrade round (# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade -y)
  39. 39. Lubuntu Alternate: Do one full upgrade round (# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade -y)
  40. 40. Lubuntu Alternate: Do optional addons and extras installation (# apt-get install lubuntu-restricted-addons lubuntu-restricted-extras)
  41. 41. Lubuntu Alternate: Do optional addons and extras installation (# apt-get install lubuntu-restricted-addons lubuntu-restricted-extras)
  42. 42. LTSP PnP: Read howto – you skip these steps:“add-apt-repository --yes ppa:ts.sch.gr” and “apt-get update” – because 12.10 do have these packages
  43. 43. LTSP PnP: Install all the needed packages (# apt-get --yes dnsmasq ltsp-server-standalone ltsp-client ldm-lubuntu-theme)
  44. 44. LTSP PnP: You can just enter here
  45. 45. LTSP PnP: All packages are in
  46. 46. LTSP PnP: Do these (# ltsp-config dnsmasq) (# echo IPAPPEND=3 >> /etc/ltsp/update-kernels.conf) (#/usr/share/ltsp/update-kernels) Now you build image for fat clients first time (# ltsp-update-image --cleanup /)
  47. 47. LTSP PnP: Your first image for fat clients is ready (# ltsp-update-image --cleanup /)
  48. 48. LTSP PnP: Create lts.conf file first time
  49. 49. LTSP PnP: Here is modified lts.conf file for Lubuntu in this case
  50. 50. LTSP PnP: Create a user, here ltsp001
  51. 51. LTSP PnP: Restart dnsmasq once and verify that ip range match with your network (adsl/dhcp/router (192.168.0.0)) Wehave here just one nic, so ”dhcp-range=192.168.0.0,proxy” matters
  52. 52. LTSP PnP: You can follow fat clients boot process (# tail -f /var/log/syslog)
  53. 53. LTSP PnP: You can follow fat clients boot process (# tail -f /var/log/syslog)
  54. 54. LTSP PnP: You can follow fat clients login process (# tail -f /var/log/auth.log)
  55. 55. LTSP PnP: Here we are – Nice and clean fat client – LTSP Rocks! (Intel Atom and Acer x203w. Mouse and keyboard,Logitech wireless (K340 ja M505)

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