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This is the machine that drives the [[Membership_Kiosk]], It runs Debian and is diskless with it's root directory mounted from [[adminstuff]].
 
This is the machine that drives the [[Membership_Kiosk]], It runs Debian and is diskless with it's root directory mounted from [[adminstuff]].
  
It has 128Mb or RAM, a Via C7 CPU and 64Mb of flash on board which is used for swap.
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It has 128MB RAM, a Via C7 CPU and 64MB (yes, megabyte!) of flash storage on board which is used for swap.
  
 
It runs an X server and on boot it ssh's into adminstuff and runs chrome with the chrome window displayed on the kiosk, it then goes to this [https://github.com/londonhackspace/hackspace-foundation-sites/tree/master/london.hackspace.org.uk/kiosk] section of the london hackspace website for the UI.
 
It runs an X server and on boot it ssh's into adminstuff and runs chrome with the chrome window displayed on the kiosk, it then goes to this [https://github.com/londonhackspace/hackspace-foundation-sites/tree/master/london.hackspace.org.uk/kiosk] section of the london hackspace website for the UI.

Revision as of 22:55, 11 October 2015

Kiosk
Membership Kiosk.jpg
Model HP t5000 series thin client
Sub-category Systems
Status Good working order
Last updated 2 December 2019 18:07:00
Training requirement no
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner LHS
Origin donation from Sully
Location Ground Floor by the Classroom
Maintainers Sysadmin team

This is the machine that drives the Membership_Kiosk, It runs Debian and is diskless with it's root directory mounted from adminstuff.

It has 128MB RAM, a Via C7 CPU and 64MB (yes, megabyte!) of flash storage on board which is used for swap.

It runs an X server and on boot it ssh's into adminstuff and runs chrome with the chrome window displayed on the kiosk, it then goes to this [1] section of the london hackspace website for the UI.

There is also some code that talks to the card reader and pastes any card uid's found into a hidden field on the web page.

It also runs waspd from here: https://github.com/londonhackspace/wasp-label-printer to talk to the printer.

Obsolete code that is not used here: https://github.com/londonhackspace/enrolment

See also Equipment/WASP_WPL305E, Membership_Kiosk