[Vm-dev] ulimit rat-rio setting (was Re: [OpenSmalltalk/opensmalltalk-vm] Do not use linux-latest runner, use an older stable version. (#598))
bruce.oneel at pckswarms.ch
Fri Oct 1 12:32:34 UTC 2021
Windows server? We don't need no stinkin windows server.
No really, my Ubuntu 18 board has no display so I only ssh into it.
My tests on limits (requiring the reboot for the windows manager to
pickup the limits file) was on an Ubuntu 20 box.
So I did not totally test your situation on Ubuntu 18. Sorry.
In terms of the vncserver file in /etc/pam.d - it is there because you
added vncserver according to your notes.
Do note that there is another possibility. The installation might
have had a bug in it that has never been patched.
On 2021-09-30T19:57:45.000+02:00, tim Rowledge <tim at rowledge.org>
> I'd still quite like for us to discover & document why the setting has no effect under the (relatively) normal circumstance of a machine that boots straight into a user's account and yet does work if you ssh into your own machine. That seems like a pretty dumb setup somehow.
> I note that the list of /etc/pam.d file on my Pi is larger than on the ubuntubox and includes a couple that look 'suspicious' - lightdm* and vncserver.
> Bruce, you mentioned that it works on your ubuntu 18 machine - what do you have for a window server? What do you have in your /etc/security & /etc/pam.d directories?
> I (according to old notes that may not be reliable!) loaded cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/r... [http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/releases/18.04/release/] and chose 'Basic Ubuntu server', then added xfce4 and vncserver. I had previously tried the default Ubuntu UI but, wow, much ugly, so nasty.
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