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Old 11-11-2009, 11:01 AM   #1
tibicosta
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ltsp 5 automatic login


I`ve ltsp 5 installed on xubuntu 9.10 and configured ths LTS.conf as follows:


[Default]
SERVER = 192.168.2.100
LOCALDEV =True
NBD_SWAP =True
SYSLOG =server
XkbModel = ABNT2
XkbLayout = br
# Desabilita Criptografia
LDM_DIRECTX=True
LDM_AUTOLOGIN= True

# ------------ Configuracao especifica de cada estacao: -------------

[ws001]
XSERVER = auto
# login automatico
[00:11:2F:5C:54:E4]
LDM_AUTOLOGIN= True
LDM_USERNAME = lab1
LDM_PASSWORD = 4321qwer
# suporte a CD, disquete e pendrive
LOCAL_STORAGE = Y
MODULE_01 = ehci-hcd

[ws002]
XSERVER = auto
# login automatico
[00:11:2F:5C:55:45]
LDM_AUTOLOGIN= True
LDM_USERNAME = lab2
LDM_PASSWORD = 4321qwer
# suporte a CD, disquete e pendrive
LOCAL_STORAGE = Y
MODULE_01 = ehci-hcd

But when I turn on the thin clients a login screen is shown asking for
username and password.
I feel that something is missing,but don't know
 
  


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