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DO NOT install this package on a regular machine, it is intended only for installation inside a LTSP client file system.
LTSP stands for 'Linux Terminal Server Project'.
# This directory contains "S" and "K" scripts that are sourced before # and after a screen script is executed (respectively). # # This directory also contains "XS" and "XK" scripts which are sourced (in # screen-x-common) by screen scripts that start an X server. # # While for the most part a xorg.conf is no longer needed and most # functionality can be achieved with a combination of Xserver ar more»
ltsp (5.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low ltsp-build-client plugins now create an appropriate entry in /etc/ltsp/ltsp-update-image.conf to disable ltsp-update-image from switching to an NBD configuration simply by running ltsp-update-image. If you would like to switch to NBD after creating the image, you'll need to edit ltsp-update-image.conf appropriately. -- Vagrant Cascadi more»
GETLTSCFG(1) GETLTSCFG(1) NAME getltscfg - get LTSP configuration variables SYNOPSIS getltscfg [options] [keyword] DESCRIPTION getltscfg gets the configuration values defined in /etc/lts.conf, and outputs those values in in a way meant to be evaluated in a shell script. OPTIONS -a, --all more»
ltsp-genmenu(1) ltsp-genmenu(1) NAME ltsp-genmenu — more»
ltsp-localappsd(1) ltsp-localappsd(1) NAME ltsp-localappsd more»
ltsp-remoteapps(1) ltsp-remoteapps(1) NAME ltsp-remoteapps more»
NBD-PROXY(1) NBD-PROXY(1) NAME nbd-proxy - a pr more»
xatomwait(1) xatomwait(1) NAME xatomwait — po more»