Thank you, Gabriel.
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 3:24 PM, Henry E Schaffer <h...@unity.ncsu.edu> wrote: > Gabriel Mu?oz writes: >> Thank you, the scenario is the same. We are thinking to use this >> project to get student's access when the lab is closed. Ours labs use >> Linux and Windows. Please if you remember how you do to make it works >> tell me. > > I'm going to send this on to the vcl-dev list - I think you are more > likely to get an answer there. > > --henry >> Thank, >> Gabriel. >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 2:50 PM, Henry E Schaffer <h...@unity.ncsu.edu> >> wrote: >> > Gabriel Mu?oz writes: >> >> Can I use vcl for a phisical machine inside a lab? >> > >> > Yes, I think - but I'm not sure what you mean. >> > >> >> Notes of this machine (Computer): >> >> * OS: Windows xp >> >> * Inside this computer I installed: cygwin with ssh, enabled firewall, >> >> enabled rpc, I can connect to this machine remotly from vlcd server >> >> via ssh and rdesktop. >> >> * I have installed vcld, management node and web interface. >> >> >> >> In affimative case: >> >> * Is necesary make an image for this machine? >> >> * How I must do to register this machine in the web interface? >> >> * How I get the control of this machine via web interface? >> >> >> >> I'm trying, too hard but without good news. >> > >> > For physical lab machines, we use the VCL software to reserve these >> > computers for online use when the computer lab is closed - so there is >> > no conflict between the remote user and a user at the physical keyboard. >> > These computers aren't re-imaged - rather the user gets what's there and >> > isn't root/Administrator. >> > >> > Foggy memory: I think this can be done for Linux/Solaris/Windows lab >> > machines, but some small piece of software must be installed to have >> > them talk with the VCL software. >> > >> > If this is the type of use you are asking about, I'm sure someone else >> > can give more details. If you have another use in mind, please explain >> > further. >> > -- >> > --henry schaffer >