putting using a default lts.conf in edubuntu edgy

Gavin McCullagh gmccullagh at gmail.com
Thu Aug 17 13:11:44 BST 2006


On Thu, 17 Aug 2006, Oliver Grawert wrote:

> i would like to put a default lts.conf in the next edubuntu, so we have
> some things set to sensible default values and the users will find a
> lts.conf file in place they can edit 

Sounds like a good plan.


Seems reasonable.

> SOUND=True 

What sort of bandwidth will sound use per desktop?  Do I presume esd is
smart enough not to use bandwidth during silence?

> USE_NBD_SWAP=True and SWAP=64M (not implemented yet, but will be along
> with the fully-automatic-swapserver implementation thats targetd for
> edgy. it will create a 64M swapfile per running client on the server
> (which means you need 1.2G extra disk space on a 20 client server, but
> it will lower the memory requirements for client machines signifcanly,
> 32MB out of the box should work with it))
> LOCALDEV=True (local devices by default ... depends on having the
> swapspace mentioned above for ower specced hardware)


> thats all for now, please suggest other values if you think they should
> be in there.

XKBMODEL might be nice.  Unless a sensible local default is set
automatically from elsewhere?

Is SYSLOG_HOST set by default?


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