One problem in particular was really bugging me and rendered the upgrade useless for our system if I didn't find a fix - quick! The problem came when a thin client displayed it's login screen, the monitor would just go off with a disturbing message (from the monitor) saying 'unsupported resolution' or something to that effect - the message may vary between different models of monitors.
It quickly became clear that the monitor does not support the resolution that Edubuntu or Xorg was trying to output. I thought a quick tweak in the admin panel might sort things out but the problem was a little deeper - as are many linux problems. Once again I was forced to use the now very familiar terminal.
Locate the file lts.conf using this path:
Add the following line:
X_MODE_0 = 1024x768 #or other resolution that you'd like to use
Bring up the terminal and type:
Reboot the server, when it's all booted up then all systems go with the thin clients! Now you can see!
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- At 11 December 2007 at 22:13 LNS said...
Actually, when editing the lts.conf file you don't have to rebuild the image file - it is parsed outside of the actual image file. Only when editing files within /opt/ltsp/arch do you have to rebuild.
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