Re: Q: How to "freeze" LTSP sessions - and unfreeze later.
On 23-11-2004 21:47, Ralf Gesel|ensetter wrote:
> Hi there,
> know that situation? You want to explain something that would last only
> 2 minutes - if not you had to detach 25 pupils from "their" computer
> If one could only halt their sessions - so they won't be distracted for
> the next 2 minutes.
> I tried out several things, one worked: Assuming _you_ are on a
> workstation and pupils use thin clients, log in to ltspserver and
> "ifdown" eth0 (presuming eth0 has the 192-net).
> At once, all thin clients freeze. Alas, after some time, an ifup of eth0
> doesn't reactivate the sessions - they are timed out and closed (as
> opposed to nx sessions BTW).
> Is there any other services that I could use to have the same effect?
> Maybe just start a process with real time priority?
It looks like xlock has a -remote option that can be abused to lock a
screen belonging to someone else.
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