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Re: esd - only first user gets sound

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On Thu, 8 Sep 2005 14:40:35 +0200
Klaus Ade Johnstad <klaus@skolelinux.no> wrote:

> torsdag 8. september 2005, 14:12, skrev James Yale:
> > The solution would seem to be to kill the esd server on logout, but
> > there is no way that the thin client knows when a user logs out (it's
> > all fowarded X?) so there isn't any part of the logout script that
> > can be editted to kill the esd daemon as the scripts run on the
> > actual server! (afaik, anyway).
> >
> > Could anyone suggest a way of instructing the client to kill it's esd
> > daemon, or an equally clever workaround? :)

> Have a look at the k12ltsp mailarchives of recently, there was some 
> mentioning of such a case.
> Until then, have a look at the script 
> /usr/share/debian-edu-config/tools/logoutkill.sh
> which does kill all processes left behind by the user when he logs out.

That sounds like it also kills an active session when logged into more than one machine at a time (haven't looked at the script, so I might be wrong).

Another approach is to setup Esound to allow public access to the daemon with the "-public" option.

 - Jonas

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