Only One Thin Client Mounts Local Devices (Was: My Negative Gutsy Experience)
Now we have fresh installation of 7.10.
> > 1) Local devices stopped mounting.
> > Rarely a floppy icon appears at some user's desktop.
> > Rarely an USBkey or CD mounts. But this happens without
> > any relationship with username or computer. The fact is
> > that only one user have an access to local devices at
> > a time. Of course, all users are allowed to mount local
> > devices.
> Have you had a chance, yet, to learn that lts.conf should be in
> /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/ ?
> Also, a newly installed Gutsy server will have this directory
> that has good lts.conf examples and descriptions. Mine
> currently looks
> like this (note that I specify local devices)
> [default] <---
> LOCALDEV=True <---
> SOUND=True <---
> SYSLOG_HOST=server <---
We have the marked lines in the file.
As before only one (if any) client can mount local devices.
This is one that has a 'floppy0' icon at its desktop.
(Maybe it's the 1st client booted, I will examine tomorrow.)
I tried to debug remaining ones as described in
All the steps except the last one have succeeded.
The last one put the following error:
X connection to localhost:10.0 broken (explicit kill or
Error: /tmp/.teacher-ltspfs/tmp is not mounted
The second problem with local devices are cyrillic letters
in filenames. Nevertheless, when a USB stick mounts,
cyrillic letters in filenames appear as question marks.
I've found a solution (dirty hack) and posted it along
with the problem as bug 164508.
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