On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 8:58 PM, Doug Glenn<dglenn99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Let me stick my ignorant oar back in the water..... (hit delete if you
First, it was a great install. Good job.
A few issues tho, being nitpicky :) I wish I could honestly help
building it out rather than just reporting on subjective issues...
Cron: Moodle is not enable or configured on the end install. Result.
Lots of emails generate by Cron to Root.
Please file a bug on devzilla link provided by James.
Italc: I know, not your issue really, but I admit being unable to
find an answer at the moment..... I generated the new keypair, but I
cannot access any clients. The following is the only excerpt from the
italc_client.log (master is empty)
-- Tue Jun 30 15:51:12 2009: [warning] QDir::mkpath: Empty or null file name(s)
Any clues would be helpful. I have read the wiki. Do I need to
rebuild the client images in order for it to work correctly? That I
did not do.
No image rebuild is required, check /etc/sysconfig/ica to see if italc
Pulseaudio - does not kill itself. Leaves a lot of
If the user reboots the terminal, then the previous session is still
alive. They tend to accumulate. Temp workaround was to add a cron
job to the cron.daily that runs at midnight (script checks to ensure
it is the right hour and not 3pm) and do a killall pulseaudio.
Zombie user sessions: Again, sometimes as a result of the end user
rebooting. (I was configuring the system while it was in use, and had
to ask a few to restart from time to time). It would leave both
Pulseaudio and gconf running.
I think LTSP upstream are aware of this issue as it affects all
distributions, fix will be in soon.
Sabayon: probably an issue with the mainstream
install. Does a error
dump after any action.
Sabayon has been broken for a very long time, follow upstream gnome
bug tracker for that.
Yast: GUI errors crop up sometimes. I need to
snapshot them and file
them with the main distro bugzilla.
Yes, please do.
Since Sabayon is not running, and the EDU switched to
a Gnome build, I
don't have a means of editing out the menus to restrict them per
'class'. I would like to only display the appropriate type of
programs for the age groups that are using it. I have it broken down
in to elementary and highschool. I would also like to remove the
'non-working' icons that they should not need from the side menu. In
other words, simplify it. They don't need YAST on their menu. :)
gconf is your friend.
Thanks again for the detailed feedback.
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