Linux Terminal Server Configuration – LTSP


Linux Terminal Server Basic Setup Guide for Fedora Linux Cent OS Ubuntu

LTSP Configuration



Below you can find the sample lts.conf file for USB keyboard and USB mouse

[default]
#X_COLOR_DEPTH=16
X_COLOR_DEPTH=24
LOCALDEV=True
SOUND=True
NBD_SWAP=True
SYSLOG_HOST=server
XKBLAYOUT=us
LDM_GLOBAL_DMRC=/etc/ltsp/ldm-global-dmrc

# XKBLAYOUT=us
#LDM_NUMLOCK=true
# X_COLOR_DEPTH=24
X_MODE_0=1024×768
SCREEN_01=shell
#SCREEN_02=shell
#SCREEN_03=rdesktop
#SCREEN_04=shell
#SCREEN_05=shell
#SCREEN_06=shell
SCREEN_07=shell
#VOLUME=90
#p
#HEADPHONE_VOLUME=90
#PCM_VOLUME=90
#CD_VOLUME=90
#FRONT_VOLUME=90
#TIMEZONE=UTC
#TIMESERVER=clock.redhat.com
#LOCAL_APPS_MENU=True
#LOCAL_APPS_WHITELIST=”/usr/bin/foo /usr/bin/bar”

# LDM_DIRECTX=yes is very insecure, but it is faster and more scalable
LDM_DIRECTX=yes
# LDM_DEBUG=yes writes to /var/log/ldm.log during client runtime
LDM_DEBUG=yes

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#PRINTER_0_DEVICE=/dev/usblp0
#XSERVER = auto
SCREEN_03=rdesktop -f -a 24 -g 1024×768 -N 10.0.0.1
SCREEN_04=kdm
SCREEN_05=ltsp-localapps /usr/bin/kdm
X_COLOR_DEPTH=24
X_MODE_0=1024×768

#for USB mouse and keyboard
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SCREEN_02=rdesktop -f -a 24 -g 1680×1050 -N 10.0.0.2
X_COLOR_DEPTH=24
X_MODE_0=1680×1050
# X_MODE_0=1280×1024
# X_MODE_0=1024×768
MODULE_01 = usb-uhci
MODULE_02 = usbmouse
MODULE_03 = mousedev
MODULE_04 = usbkbd
MODULE_05 = keybdev
MODULE_06 = usbcore
X_MOUSE_DEVICE = “/dev/input/mice”
X_MOUSE_PROTOCOL = “IMPS/2”

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MODULE_01 = usb-uhci
MODULE_02 = usbmouse
MODULE_03 = mousedev
MODULE_04 = usbkbd
MODULE_05 = keybdev
MODULE_06 = usbcore
X_MOUSE_DEVICE = “/dev/input/mice”
X_MOUSE_PROTOCOL = “IMPS/2”
X_MODE_0=1024×768
X_COLOR_DEPTH=24
SCREEN_02=rdesktop -f -a 24 -g 1024×768 -N 10.0.0.3