jatb86 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 21:06:25 BST 2007
New issue. I decided to install xubuntu with LTSP, to try and see how much
less resources it uses.
Seeing as I don't have many computers to use as thin clients, I can't really
measure it. Both gnome and xfce seem very snappy with 4 clients.
The problem I've found is that when logging out of the xfce session the
dialog gives me the option of shutting down (also restart, logout, etc...) I
did give a try. It shuts down the server. This is of course troublesome,
since if 20 thin clients are logged in, any one of them can shut the whole
thing down. Has anyone already stumbled with this?
I guess I could find the option inside the xfce configuration files to
remove that functionality. But I would have to do it for every user, and
theoretically the user could enable it again, since it would be his .conf
file. Also every new user added would be able to shut down the server
(provided I forgot).
Does this qualify as a bug? Functionally, I guess it is.
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