Archive for May, 2008
Almost one week since my last post (i should really do this more often). So what happened to Easy-LTSP the last week?
- project specification finished
- more proof of concept stuff
- Google send me a “beautiful” book
So what’s up next? => CODING!
Feedback and comments on spec are always welcome!
After our Easy-LTSP project meeting yesterday i thought it was about time to proof i am right with what i’m saying. So i started a little coding yesterday.
So i tried to dynamically load a lib in my application and hooray it worked, so hopefully no problems with all the libs for the different modules and the door will be open for other distros to put in there parts.
The next thing that had to be proven is the network stuff and hooray this worked too. So the possibility for remote administration of an LTSP server is getting nearer, although this will not be part of the initial application but i will have an eye on this while implementing, so we can get this in the future!
Let’s put everything together now and get the final discussions running and look forward to the start of coding, ten days to go!
The approach towards the setup of an LTSP server changed today. LTSP GUI will be split in some modules. You will have an module for setting up the server, if your distro comes with the needed scripts. The other module will be there to edit the ltsp.conf file and help you to manage the configuration. And thanks to ogra i will implement the whole stuff flexible, so that in a future version it should be possible to manage more then one server.
Interesting things coming up on my radar, looking forward to more interesting stuff happening. The SoC adventure has just begun…
…an empty Blog. But now the time has come to spread the word about The_Code having a project at the Google Summer of Code!
This Blog will be about my GSoC Project an LTSP GUI. I am proud of being chosen to do this project during the summer and looking forward to a great time.
So come back more information to be available soon.