Mentoring for improving wiki pages?
djgroos at gmail.com
Wed Jun 16 23:34:08 UTC 2010
It's a Greek app that we developed to meet the needs of our local
> It only works on Lucid. The toolbar buttons should replace most of iTalc
> The fat/thin chroot generation wizard won't be useful outside of Greece
> as it is though, as it's too much focused on local schools. If some
> programmer wanted it'd be nice if he generalized it though, as the
> generated fat chroot allows for mixed labs (both thin+fat clients can
> boot off of it) with min RAM=64Mb. It's working amazingly well.
That would be a great product! I don't have the skills, unfortunately. How
many hours of work are you talking about?
> To sum up: DON'T install it on any production environments without
> trying it on a test lab first, and DON'T install it if you're not happy
> with only understading the toolbar (the rest is in Greek) :)
> Some basic instructions for dgross:
> On the server:
> * sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ts.sch.gr
> * sudo apt-get update
> * sudo apt-get install sch-scripts
> This depends on (=installs) ltsp-server and also it sets up dnsmasq
> in ProxyDHCP mode.
> On the chroot:
> * sudo cp /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ts.sch.gr-ppa-lucid.list \
> * sudo chroot /opt/ltsp/i386
> * apt-get update
> * apt-get install sch-client
> * exit
> * sudo ltsp-update-image
> THANKS! I'll give it a try... I do this after I've got a Lucid LTSP setup
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