Package: wnpp Severity: normal It has been several years since I've actually maintained a real-world deployment of LTSP, and there are very few other active developers of the project upstream. I have continued to maintain it in Debian as best I can, and would love to see it continue to be supported in Debian, but would really need some active co-maintainers to keep it viable long-term.
Right now there is an RC bug regarding support for the transition to FreeRDP2 (which I've never used): https://bugs.debian.org/892626 Of course there are a few other bugs in Debian and upstream. The main source packages affected are ltsp, ldm, ltspfs and the much-neglected ltsp-docs. There's also ltsp-manager, currently only in experimental, which is an attempt to simplify installation and management of LTSP environments. Another source package is libpam-sshauth, which is a major piece of an attempt to replace the deficiencies of LDM with a regular display manager using PAM... this has long been on the plans for a next generation LTSP, but hasn't gotten beyond the proof of concept phase. I've CCed debian-edu in the bug report, as that project has some of the largest active users of ltsp in Debian that I'm aware of. live well, vagrant
Description: PGP signature