Miles Roper | 1 Nov 08:41 2005
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Re: About HP LaserJet 1020, also 1000 and 1005 printers support!

is ok for a doctor in a clinic, printing out patient forms.  probably low volume.  probably have to 
define "moderate"  I think HP lists what the expected pages per year are.

TechFan wrote:
> So, you have found that the 1320 is decent for moderate volume areas? 
> Not just for really low quantities?  It seems to be a decent printer,
> and much cheaper than the 4200 series.
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Miles Roper <mroper@...>
> *To:* Mike Eriksen <kme3@...>
> *CC:* techFan <lists.sf.net@...>,
sura@..., Darrick Hartman
> <dhartman@...>, thinstation-developer@...
> *Sent:* Tuesday, October 18, 2005 8:13:00 PM
> *Subject:* [Thinstation-developer] About HP LaserJet 1020, also 1000 and
> 1005 printers support!
> 
> 
> 
>>made a mistake, they are actually HP 1320's
>>
>>Mike Eriksen wrote:
>>
>>
>>>On Sun, 16 Oct 2005, TechFan wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Hey Miles,
>>>>
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Paul Schoonderwoerd | 1 Nov 09:28 2005
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RE: We like network load balancing. It doesn't like us

Op dinsdag 01 november 2005 05:50, schreef u
>
> Message: 1
> Subject: RE: [Thinstation-developer] We like network load balancing. It
> doesn't like us. Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 11:43:30 +0100
> From: "Keijser, L.S" <keijser@...>
> To: "Trevor Batley" <trevorbatley@...>
> Cc: "Beaumont, Kevin"
> <kevin.beaumont@...>,<thinstation-developer@....net
>>
>
> > Did it require any special tweaking? If you could write a=20
> > very quick 'This is
> > how I did it', I'd love to add it to the wiki and point at
>
> There is a little tweaking (on the terminal server mainly), but that's mi=
> nor. When i find time (today/tomorrow hopefully) i'll write a quick doc o=
> n it.
>
>
> L=E9on

Maybe this can save you some time:
http://linuxreviews.org/howtos/virtual_linux_cluster_howto/
Would be interesting to hear about the tweaks on the terminalserver.
--

-- 
Paul Schoonderwoerd
Pollux IT
Open Source software & Netwerkbeveiliging
tel. 0294-283832
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Miles Roper | 1 Nov 10:22 2005
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Re: [Fwd: [Thinstation-general] sysinit (fwd)]

Hi Gerry,

Comments as below...

gerryw@... wrote:
> Hello Miles,
> Thanks for the interest! I was kind of hoping that some of this would be 
> of use to the project. It would be nice to be able to give back. I've 
> included a little background on my thought process.
> First a brief disclaimer. In this case, I am thinking within the 
> requirements of my project. I don't mean to criticize the current 
> implementation nor the philosophy behind it. My primary goal in posting 
> this info is to see if the project can in some way benefit from my work. I 
> respect the work and opinions of all involved.
No hasstles, as long as the intention is not to flame anyone, all construtive critisim accepted :o)

 > My goal is NOT to try to
> influence the direction of the project or it's contributors. 
Why not :o)  Influences/direction are a good thing.

> thought it was necessary to start with a clear understanding of my 
> motivation. Now I can hopefully just dump out the data without the need to 
> tip-toe around.
> Local config / fallback
> I'm having some trouble grasping the philosophy behind the whole config 
> mechanism. It is my opinion that ts should boot and be useful out of the 
> box. I actually blew right by ts in my initial search for a base distro. I 
> burned the iso, it didn't boot, and off I went to the next candidate. If a 
> developer would do that, I have to think that a user would too. Here are 
> my thoughts to date.
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Jason Meers | 1 Nov 10:31 2005
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Re: About HP LaserJet 1020, also 1000 and 1005 printers support!

We buy 1320tn's now instead of the 4000 series solely on initial cost.
HP suggest that the maximum duty cycle is 10,000 pages per month.

The printer is only supplied with 16Mb RAM which can take forever to 
print big or complex jobs. I would always buy another 128Mb RAM in a 
high volume area, but DONT buy it from HP, a Kingston 128Mb module is 
cheaper than a HP 32Mb module.

We use a 1320 in my dept with amongst others Fedora Core, RHEL, Ubuntu 
and Debian without any problems (we print to the jetdirect card directly)

Having said all of that, all of the HP 4000 series printer we had when I 
first joined the company 4-5 years ago are still working fine, needing 
only a maintenance kit once a year.

I think a 4000 series will be cheaper in the long-run, but the 1320 
costs much less and will do much the same with a memory upgrade.

Thanks

Jason Meers

Miles Roper wrote:
> is ok for a doctor in a clinic, printing out patient forms.  probably 
> low volume.  probably have to define "moderate"  I think HP lists what 
> the expected pages per year are.
> 
> TechFan wrote:
> 
>> So, you have found that the 1320 is decent for moderate volume areas? 
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TechFan | 1 Nov 12:07 2005
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Re: About HP LaserJet 1020, also 1000 and 1005 printers support!

We are considering the same approach.  We currently have 90% HP 4000's
(2 4050's).  A lot of them are in need of some fixing (trays jamming,
manual feed grabbing extra pages, etc) - probably the 4-5+ years old as
well (they were here before me).  We have had a few other brands sneak
in without approval. . .so I am trying to revisit our standards.  I am
wondering if it is worth the $250 for the maintenance kits if I can get
new 1320N's for less than $500.  Other brands are even cheaper. . .  I
think that 80% of our printers print less than the 10,000/month rating
(saw that last week while researching).  How much memory do the HP4000's
have anyway. . .I am not sure it is less than 16. . .

----- Original Message -----
*From:* "Jason Meers" <Jason.Meers@...>
*To:* thinstation-developer@...
*Sent:* Tuesday, November 01, 2005 7:31:50 PM
*Subject:* [Thinstation-developer] About HP LaserJet 1020, also 1000 and
1005 printers support!

> We buy 1320tn's now instead of the 4000 series solely on initial cost.
> HP suggest that the maximum duty cycle is 10,000 pages per month.
>
> The printer is only supplied with 16Mb RAM which can take forever to
> print big or complex jobs. I would always buy another 128Mb RAM in a
> high volume area, but DONT buy it from HP, a Kingston 128Mb module is
> cheaper than a HP 32Mb module.
>
> We use a 1320 in my dept with amongst others Fedora Core, RHEL, Ubuntu
> and Debian without any problems (we print to the jetdirect card directly)
>
>
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Install Thinstation on Igel

Hello Friends

i want to install the thinstation image on on igel thin pc.

 The Problem is that i cant boot with pxe to install the image on the 
flash. The only boot what i can is to boot over RPL.

Please Help

Bernd Ziegenhagen

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Re: [Thinstation-general] Install Thinstation on Igel

Hi Tonin,

i make an usb boot stick and can boot the igel it works fine !!!

Then i format the flash with fat and install grub.

After install  grub i boot initd and vmlinuz that works fine.

Thanks for all help

Bernd

Tonin wrote:

> Hmmm I think that you have a very old model, because RPL was a 
> protocol abandoned by Microsoft when windows 2000 arrives. In fact, 
> only NT 4 have a RPL server.
>
> Do you have more info about the model???
>
> In any way, a RPL device boot in DOS, and you can put in the right 
> place an etherboot dos mode image for your network adapter that load 
> the .nbi TS image. I had long time ago a few very old PCs without boot 
> roms that booted DOS from the hard disk to load so.
>
>
> Bernd.Ziegenhagen@... escribió:
>
>> Hello Friends
>>
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Florian Mayer | 7 Nov 09:01 2005
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Added support for binary only Matrox driver (Dual Head with MGA G400)

Hello folks,

I needed support for the Dual Head feature of the Matrox G400 / G450 
graphic boards. To activate the second head, you need the files 
mga_drv.o and mga_hal_drv.o which are available from the Matrox support 
pages. They work fine with the Xorg X-Server. But you cannot use the 
Auto-Configuration of Xorg, it will only create a single head 
configuration. So I had to modify the file /etc/init.d/x (x-common 
package) and create my own XF86Config-template. (XF86Config-mgahal.tpl)
The file /etc/init.d/x contains an additional case in build_config() and 
thre more parameter fields in parse_xconfig().
If you are interested in my modifications feel free to drop me a line.

Regards
Flori

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TechFan | 7 Nov 14:42 2005
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Re: Added support for binary only Matrox driver (Dual Head with MGA G400)

Yes, I would be interested in the info.  I have several of these cards,
though none in a thinstation at the moment.

Thanks.

----- Original Message -----
*From:* Florian Mayer <lists@...>
*To:* thinstation-developer@...
*Sent:* Monday, November 07, 2005 6:01:38 PM
*Subject:* [Thinstation-developer] Added support for binary only Matrox
driver (Dual Head with MGA G400)

> Hello folks,
>
> I needed support for the Dual Head feature of the Matrox G400 / G450
> graphic boards. To activate the second head, you need the files
> mga_drv.o and mga_hal_drv.o which are available from the Matrox
> support pages. They work fine with the Xorg X-Server. But you cannot
> use the Auto-Configuration of Xorg, it will only create a single head
> configuration. So I had to modify the file /etc/init.d/x (x-common
> package) and create my own XF86Config-template. (XF86Config-mgahal.tpl)
> The file /etc/init.d/x contains an additional case in build_config()
> and thre more parameter fields in parse_xconfig().
> If you are interested in my modifications feel free to drop me a line.
>
> Regards
> Flori
>
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
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CopMicro Informática | 7 Nov 14:46 2005
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ABNT2...

Estou com problema no teclado. Não funciona "Alt esquerdo", "ponto no 
teclado numérico", "/ e ?". O que faço?

Agradeço antecipadamente se alguém poder me ajudar.
Enrico

Hi

My ABNT2 Keyboard is not work. What to do?

Enrico 

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