On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 5:37 PM, Björn Schnepel
> first some systeminformation:
> Linux 3.9.3-10.g06ad9d8-default openSUSE 12.3 (Dartmouth) (i586)
Try with official openSUSE kernel.
> KDE 4.10.00 "release 1"
> kiwi 5.04.82-1.8.1
> kiwi-desc-isoboot 5.04.82-1.8.1
> kiwi-desc-isoboot-requires 5.04.82-1.8.1
> kiwi-desc-ltsp 0.9.2-1.1
> kiwi-ltsp-bootimages 0.9.2.-1.1
> kiwi-ltsp-prebuild 0.9.2.-1.1
> kiwi-pxeboot 5.04.82-1.8.1
> kiwi-tools 5.04.82-1.8.1
> Now the problem:
> I have no USB-storage support. There is an entry in media but the device
> is empty. The entry is still there after removing the device.
> I have the same problem with CD / DVD-ROM
1. Have you by any chance changed security settings on the server?
2. Check if fuse module is loaded on the server(lsmod|grep fuse)
3. send in rpm -qa|grep ltsp
4. USB storage devices are accessible only by the user that is logged
in the terminal where the device is plugged in
5. Plug in the usb after the user logs in the client
6. Is LOCALDEV=True/Yes in /srv/tftpboot/KIWI/root.default/etc/lts.conf ?
There can be many other reasons i cannot think of if you have
customized server setup. If none of the above helps, try installing
openSUSE Edu Li-f-e on the server and follow this howto to set it up: