Thin client login problem: password accepted, but no desktop (while working on the server itself)
I have experienced this with our LTSP on Ubuntu Gutsy machine at work as
well as my Ubuntu Gutsy machine at home (no LTSP there.)
Check contents of /tmp directory. I remove all with sudo rm -rf * .
Now, because the * wildcard made me tense, the first time I did it, I
ran rm -rf *.[extension-found]. Deleted one extension at a time to
confirm I did not mess things up. What I experienced was that I needed
to empty the /tmp directory to fix the login issue. Hence, I ended up
at sudo rm -rf * and that worked for me. (And I just did that command
a few minutes ago and it worked fine.)
On Mon, 2008-04-07 at 06:22 -0700, Sergio Dicandia wrote:
> I have a small lab with 10 clients accessing a server in a school.
> Everything worked fine until a couple of days ago; now I'm having
> troubles with users logging in on thin clients. I enter use
> credentials, the client "thinks" for a while, and then I'm bounced
> back to the login screen.
> Strangely the same users log in when working on the server ...
> Any suggestion ?
> Thanks in advance
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