I got NAT set up
djgroos at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 01:34:44 BST 2009
Great! The directions on: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LTSPLocalAppsJaunty got
me through the task of setting up firefox as a localapp. The directions
include setting up other apps as well. I'd recommend not making the
experimental chroot (steps 1 and 2) as it makes things more difficult. You
might want to check out installing Firefox 3.5 as needed, though. My
server's a bit messed up due to some other issues right now, but that page
was very helpful.
As I mention on the page above, you know firefox has opened up in the local
terminal because in the title bar of the window it will end saying something
like: ltsp 23 or whatever the address of the client is. Good luck!
On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 5:28 PM, Joseph Hartman <jlhartman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Cheers to Gavin and anyone else who helped noobify the How to NAT page. I
> had very little trouble this morning setting it up and where I did get
> bogged down I took the time to add some clarifying remarks on the How To so
> hopefully others will have an even easier time than I enjoyed. Thank again
> everyone. Now I'm off to try and set up firefox as a local app. There appear
> to be many pages/howtos/blogs dedicated to this task so I have two questions
> for the list:
> 1. Is there an accepted "best method" page I can follow that anyone knows
> of? I only want firefox as a local app, I don't care about any other
> 2. How can I check to make sure I'm running firefox as a local app and not
> off the server?
> If I can get this working we'll have 2 LTSP servers running a total of 50
> machines across 2 labs for 750 students in grades K-8. Pretty sweet.
> Thanks to Patrick for writing the script, I'll try to use it on the next
> setup I do and provide some feedback. -joe
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