Do not support sound nor local storage.agex wrote: The problem is, sound not come in HDMI out or in headphone jack. I already set SOUND = true in lts.conf but still no effect. Can you help how to set the sound ?
Try installing Berryterminal through Berryboot.woutur wrote:Is there a update coming? I'd like to use Berryterminal with my wireless Logitech diNovo for notebooks. This keyboard and mouse combo works straight out of the box on RaspBMC but fails on Berryterminal.
It would be awesome to see Berryterminal in action without much hassle with wires to my keyboard!
Might need to specify "-t squashfs" when mounting the second partition.jpmathew wrote:Hi Max:
I tried to use the current image and created a SD card. But when I tried to mount second partition I get type error. The first partition seems OK
Am I installing the wrong image? or am I making a mistake?
We want to use the LTSP Thin Client in Education
1) it is squashfs, not ext4jpmathew wrote:@Max
I tried the version 20120602 and created a SD Card, but could not get the contents of the partition 2. It gave wrong fs type. But the partition 1 is visible with all the files. So I tried mounting as loop. That also gave the same error as shown.
Can you point out the mistake I am making?
sudo mount -t ext4 -o loop,offset=$((512*67584)) berryterminal-20120602.img ./test
Not exactly LTSP-PNP server, but with dnsmasqd as dhcpd and tftpd.asmok wrote:I have CuBox (Ubuntu 12.04), too. I try next turn CuBox as a LTSP-PNP server.
Is your new Pi stable under load?hantu12 wrote: I just got the new pi with 512mb
When I try launching the application on the 256mb pi or any pc booted on ltsp everything is fine.
In the PC world it does not matter whether you have an Intel or AMD CPU. Both will run Windows fine.My question(s) start with whether the strawberry boot image (to LTSP) should work with a different Android/pc device?
Yes, there is.bungeebones wrote:Then, if not, is there a way I can make some changes to the existing image so that it would also work with the mk802?
Settings in lts.conf are currently not interpreted, and I don't think we ship any keyboard maps other then us/qwerty right now.michelk wrote: I use berryterminal to connect to an Edubuntu/LTSP 12.04 server.
All works well, but the keyboard is "qwerty".
For our french school, I need "azerty".
I tried to fix that issue using lts.conf, but I did't succeed yet.
Do you have any help ?
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quiet LDM_AUTOLOGIN=True LDM_USERNAME=username12 LDM_PASSWORD=password
Shouldn't take that long.One small problem I had with your default settings: My Raspberry Pi needed sometimes but not always more time to get his network card up and running, so he didn't get an IP from dhcp. I had to add "sleep 10" in "S10udev"-script at line 47, the following lines should do the job and wait for eth0 coming up, but it seems to me, that a device showing there don't mean it is up.
So my 10 seconds delay will make sure, it is really up.