francois francois.barillon at free.fr
Fri Feb 29 17:39:04 GMT 2008

Le vendredi 29 février 2008 à 17:31 +0000, Alistair Crust a écrit :
> I have 3 edubuntu dapper servers with ltsp 4.2 [1] and I have a
> problem
> where the students have gotten lazy and Crtl+Alt+Backspace to logout.
> Often I'll see quite a lot of zombie processes on the servers and the
> like, xdmcp leases seam to increase and the way we load balance is far
> less accurate than it used to be. I think, because they have done the
> quick trick of Crtl+Alt+Backspace and not logged out using the
> correct,
> preferred method thus leaving some of their processes behind.
> Is there any way that I can get a Crtl+Alt+Backspace key event on the
> thin clients to log a user out, rather than restarting the Xserver
> (I'd
> still like to be able to restart X though, maybe an extra combination
> like Ctrl+Alt+BackSpace+0 if possible).
> We also seam to have a problem where lbussd hogs resources and users
> sometimes can't access their usb pen drives. I really don't know where
> to start to diagnose why, but I have found that using slay to kill
> that
> users processes and removing .lbussd.out and .lbus_fifo from their
> home
> directory seams to do the trick.
> I really can't wait till the next LTS release, updated openoffice,
> firefox3 and mainly all the cool things the members of Ltsp Drivers
> and
> others are doing to the ltsp side.

Did you install Gnome watchdog ?

It's aimed to kill zombies processes when a user hat quit.


More information about the edubuntu-users mailing list