0 I want to install Veyon on the RPi4. I have read about Debian packages and the instructions. I had a look in my /etc/apt/sources.list and it had an entry for buster, so I added the line for Veyon Buster: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/veyon/stable/ubuntu bionic main I then tried to run the command sudo add-apt-repository ppa:veyon/stable..
Certain Veyon features can only be disabled globally in the configuration (https://docs.veyon.io/en/latest/admin/reference.html#features) so if student workers work on computers different from the lab management staff, you could deploy a modified Veyon configuration on these computers. Restricting functionalities to certain groups however is currently not possible.
Unfortunately ChromeOS support technically would be very difficult to implement and likely only possible by rewriting Veyon as a native Android app. Linux apps on ChromeOS are running in a sandbox so even if it's possible to start the process itself, it would be impossible for the Veyon Server to access the screen data.
AFAIK Flatpak does not support systemd services (only systemd user units supported). However the Veyon Service is required to run with root privileges and interact with the systemd logind manager. So all we could package is Veyon Master which wouldn't help that much since you'd always have to install the Veyon Service (and Veyon Configurator) additionally.
oh... Was about to ask the same thing about using a Snap package but I'm guessing it would be the same.
Hi, the bios option is probably configured as you mention.
You can check the boot order by starting each machine in bios option mode.
Then you will be able to put the hard drive in priority boot. Unless the PXE option is used for some other reason...