jim at winonacotter.org
Tue Jul 31 22:05:45 BST 2007
> If you open a terminal window on a client and type "set | grep LTSP" you
> will find lots of usefull environment variables. I'm not sure at what stage
> they are set.
We have about 20 printers here, but if I could set just one as a default it would be an
The command doesn't seem to work on Edubuntu. If I type "set | grep LTSP" I return
Where ltsp is the hostname of the server. And oddly enough if I ctrl+alt+f1 and log
into the client locally and do a vim /etc/hosts I get the following:
But my /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/hosts file is completely different. And if I type "set | grep
LTSP" on screen 1 I return nothing.
Ideas on why my actual /etc/hosts on the client would differ from /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/hosts?
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