Barnes, Mike | 3 Oct 16:50 2011

(Solved): TS 2.2.2h +mga +dual monitor

Turns out for our configuration with the GX260/280’s, the “auto” was set in the BIOS as to which video adapter was detected for use; this through off xorg’s auto-detect. Enabling “on-board” (which was an i810), X correctly displayed xinerama with the i810 and mga driver.

 

From: Barnes, Mike
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 10:19 AM
To: 'thinstation-general-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org'
Subject: TS 2.2.2h +mga +dual monitor

 

Good afternoon. A colleague and myself are trying to configure two monitors on thinstation with little luck. We have tried several links and reading the howto’s with little progress. Our environment is as follows:

 

Thinstation 2.2.2h

Booting via PXE

Client specs:

                Dell GX260/280

                1Gig ram

                Matrox G4XX and G5xx cards

                Tg3 ethernet adapter

Tftp server is rhel5.

 

We can get a client booted just fine. Everything is actually working quite well minus two monitors. When we do get both monitors fired up, they display the same “screen”. We have tried the embedded mga driver as well as this trick:

http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.network.thinstation.devel/4980

To no avail.

We have tried X configs in the build. We have tried x configs via thinstation.conf.network.

If anyone has dual monitor support working, could you reply with the steps you took?

Thinstation conf’s to follow if anyone is interested.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

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Lincoln Diego | 4 Oct 13:07 2011
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1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ

Hi for everyone,
 
I know that this issue was very discussed. I read many of them
but my problem still boring me. I've tried to do many of the tips
given in the forum but without success.
 
>These are the drivers enable in the build.con file
package xorg6-nv         # NVIDIA video driver
package xorg6-vesa      # Generic VESA driver, use this if you don't know what to use
package xorg6-via        # Legacy VIA driver. Conflicts with xorg6-openchrome!!!
 
> These are the latest settings on thinstation.conf.buildtime
SCREEN_RESOLUTION="1680x1050"
SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24 | 16"
SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-83"
SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-75"
 

X_DRIVER_NAME="via"
X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"
X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"
X_DRIVER_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"
X_DRIVER_OPTION3="noDDC Off"
X_MONITOR_MODELINE="1680x1050"  146.25  1680 1784 1960 2240  1050 1053 1059 1089 -hsync +vsync
 
The Xorg.0.log file I've pick up from Ubuntu that reached the right resolution.
I have an nVidia FX5200 video card.
 
 
Thanks in advance.
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Tobias Paepke | 4 Oct 13:26 2011
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Re: (Solved): TS 2.2.2h +mga +dual monitor

Thanks for the Feedback, Mike.

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Turns out for our configuration with the GX260/280’s, the “auto” was set in the BIOS as to which video adapter was detected for use; this through off xorg’s auto-detect. Enabling “on-board” (which was an i810), X correctly displayed xinerama with the i810 and mga driver.

 

From: Barnes, Mike
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 10:19 AM
To: 'thinstation-general-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org'
Subject: TS 2.2.2h +mga +dual monitor

 

Good afternoon. A colleague and myself are trying to configure two monitors on thinstation with little luck. We have tried several links and reading the howto’s with little progress. Our environment is as follows:

 

Thinstation 2.2.2h

Booting via PXE

Client specs:

                Dell GX260/280

                1Gig ram

                Matrox G4XX and G5xx cards

                Tg3 ethernet adapter

Tftp server is rhel5.

 

We can get a client booted just fine. Everything is actually working quite well minus two monitors. When we do get both monitors fired up, they display the same “screen”. We have tried the embedded mga driver as well as this trick:

http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.network.thinstation.devel/4980

To no avail.

We have tried X configs in the build. We have tried x configs via thinstation.conf.network.

If anyone has dual monitor support working, could you reply with the steps you took?

Thinstation conf’s to follow if anyone is interested.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Mike



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Mike Eriksen | 4 Oct 13:29 2011
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Re: 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Lincoln Diego <suporteti <at> proguarda.com.br> wrote:
Hi for everyone,
 
I know that this issue was very discussed. I read many of them
but my problem still boring me. I've tried to do many of the tips
given in the forum but without success.
 
>These are the drivers enable in the build.con file
package xorg6-nv         # NVIDIA video driver
package xorg6-vesa      # Generic VESA driver, use this if you don't know what to use
package xorg6-via        # Legacy VIA driver. Conflicts with xorg6-openchrome!!!

Wouldn't be rather obvious to include:
ackage xorg6-nvidia            # Driver for modern nVidia cards (ver. 185.18.14)


Mike



 
> These are the latest settings on thinstation.conf.buildtime
SCREEN_RESOLUTION="1680x1050"
SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24 | 16"
SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-83"
SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-75"
 

X_DRIVER_NAME="via"
X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"
X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"
X_DRIVER_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"
X_DRIVER_OPTION3="noDDC Off"
X_MONITOR_MODELINE="1680x1050"  146.25  1680 1784 1960 2240  1050 1053 1059 1089 -hsync +vsync
 
The Xorg.0.log file I've pick up from Ubuntu that reached the right resolution.
I have an nVidia FX5200 video card.
 
 
Thanks in advance.
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Bertie | 4 Oct 14:00 2011
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Re: Thinstation-general Digest, Vol 64, Issue 17

Hi,

I get this error on the client side after vmlinuz and initrd is loaded

uncompressing linux... Ok, booting the kernel. for thinstation

What do I have to do to fix this?
Br.
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Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 16:48:59 +0530
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don't include acpi support

* it will not work with the board you have said.
* and for build.conf please mentioned your thinstation version.

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Hi Bertie,

The best (in my opinion) way to fight problems with "unknown" hardware
is to follow the following approach:
1. Install TS 2.5 via GIT (install GIT at first): git clone
git://thinstation.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/thinstation/thinstation
2. Change into downloaded directory, i.e. thinstation and run
./setup-chroot which will install in turm all preconfigured packages
and will bring you into a chroot environment
3. Any other time you will need to re-run ./setup-chroot to generate
an image from thinstation directory
4. Once you are chrooted you need to change directory into ts/2.5 and
run "./build --allmodules" which will build up an image with all
supported modules so your motherboard should work as well
5. Use the image and boot up your computer to TS, then run any kind of
terminal, say xterm and run "hwlister.sh" which could end up into two
files in the root directory with *.list extension. You need to
transfer these files to the computer which has TS 2.5 installed (see
above steps) and then put them into thinstation/ts/2.5/machine/xxx
directory where xxx could be arbitrary name to reflect your hardware.
6. Finally comment all lines with "machine" prefix in build.conf and
add "machine xxx" so only modules required for your hardware will be
used.
7. Customize other aspects of build.conf and
thinstation.conf.buildtime to cover your needs and build an image.
8. Boot up TS with this image and check if everything works. If not --
welcome on board :)

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On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 7:00 AM, Bertie <itguy.nsn@...> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
>
> Can you please help me with the build.conf file for the above mentioned
> motherboard (ASUS P5G41T-MLX)
>
> I?m still new with the thinstation concept.
>
>
>
> Thanx
>
> Bertie
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Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 11:23:50 -0300
From: Luciano Andino <malucosfe@...>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] xdmcp over ssh
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Hi! just want to have my network more secure:) I would like to have any link
between clients and servers (same LAN) more secure. Is there any way, after
client receives kernel, configs and software, to have an encrypted xdmcp's
link to server?

thanks in advance,

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On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:23 PM, Luciano Andino <malucosfe@...> wrote:
> Hi! just want to have my network more secure:) I would like to have any
link
> between clients and servers (same LAN) more secure. Is there any way,
after
> client receives kernel, configs and software, to have an encrypted xdmcp's
> link to server?

Yes. Use NX in stead. It's ssh encrypted and *way* faster. XDMCP is
1980ies technology. Thinstation naturally has the most recent NX
client.

NX has a free edition. See www.nomachine.com an check if the license
is agreeable. There is also the completely free freeNX, but I have had
mixed experiences with that one. Works for most people though.

> thanks in advance,
>
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>
> Luciano Andino
> GNU/Linux user #185103
> Santa Fe - Argentina
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Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 11:36:35 -0300
From: Luciano Andino <malucosfe@...>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] ts in the future
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Hi! I was thinking about TS. Since nowadays streaming (video, voice) is
really widely used and for example KDE in a XDMCP session has some
difficulty to play streamming and there is no sound. Maybe TS (or thinclient
topology) will die in near future?

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Am 27.09.11 16:36, schrieb Luciano Andino:
> Hi! I was thinking about TS. Since nowadays streaming (video, voice)
> is really widely used and for example KDE in a XDMCP session has some
> difficulty to play streamming and there is no sound. Maybe TS (or
> thinclient topology) will die in near future?
nope
there are several projects which address these new features. It has to
depend on the Servers first. OpenGL is another issue like video
streaming. Especially the VDI guys like Microsoft, Citrix or Xen are
highly motivated to provide such functions.

Citrix VideoFrame or HDX based on RemoteFX
Wyse has its own solution since years
Microsoft - RemoteFX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RemoteFX
VirtualGL on Linux Side http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VirtualGL
ThinLinc which is included in Thinstation:
* http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc/features/streamvideosup.xhtml
*
http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc/solutions/technology/advgraphics.xht
ml

Never had the time to test that ThinLinc stuff.

The trick isn't the protocol. its the bandwidth usage.

greets

Tobias

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Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 17:02:21 +0200
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On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:36 PM, Luciano Andino <malucosfe@...> wrote:
> Hi! I was thinking about TS. Since nowadays streaming (video, voice) is
> really widely used and for example KDE in a XDMCP session has some
> difficulty to play streamming and there is no sound. Maybe TS (or
thinclient
> topology) will die in near future?

Well Microsoft and Red Hat (the biggest commercial Linux provider)
thinks different. MS works hard to expand RDP and now with RemoteFX
and Red hat is busy with Spice. TS will support both eventually, but
as usual we are short of manpower.

But if you think thin clients as the original SUN/Oracle idea that has
been dead for 8-10 years. Thinstation was never a thin client in that
sense, we just use the term for recognition. In reality we are a "fit
client". Ridiculous name, but I haven't a better term.

Mike

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>
> Luciano Andino
> GNU/Linux user #185103
> Santa Fe - Argentina
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Lincoln Diego | 4 Oct 15:18 2011
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Re: 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ

Hi Mike thanks for the fast reply.
Yes.. I also tried this package before using package xorg6-nv.
And X_DRIVER_NAME="nv", X_DRIVER_NAME="nvidia" and X_DRIVER_NAME="vesa" too.

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Enviado: 4/10/2011 08:29:33
Assunto Re: [Thinstation-general] 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ
On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Lincoln Diego <suporteti-FnHyNqpzPJ0P48s/oLjRZg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi for everyone,
 
I know that this issue was very discussed. I read many of them
but my problem still boring me. I've tried to do many of the tips
given in the forum but without success.
 
>These are the drivers enable in the build.con file
package xorg6-nv         # NVIDIA video driver
package xorg6-vesa      # Generic VESA driver, use this if you don't know what to use
package xorg6-via        # Legacy VIA driver. Conflicts with xorg6-openchrome!!!

Wouldn't be rather obvious to include:
ackage xorg6-nvidia            # Driver for modern nVidia cards (ver. 185.18.14)


Mike



 
> These are the latest settings on thinstation.conf.buildtime
SCREEN_RESOLUTION="1680x1050"
SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24 | 16"
SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-83"
SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-75"
 

X_DRIVER_NAME="via"
X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"
X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"
X_DRIVER_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"
X_DRIVER_OPTION3="noDDC Off"
X_MONITOR_MODELINE="1680x1050"  146.25  1680 1784 1960 2240  1050 1053 1059 1089 -hsync +vsync
 
The Xorg.0.log file I've pick up from Ubuntu that reached the right resolution.
I have an nVidia FX5200 video card.
 
 
Thanks in advance.
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Mike Eriksen | 4 Oct 15:27 2011
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Re: 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Lincoln Diego <suporteti <at> proguarda.com.br> wrote:
Hi Mike thanks for the fast reply.
Yes.. I also tried this package before using package xorg6-nv.
And X_DRIVER_NAME="nv", X_DRIVER_NAME="nvidia" and X_DRIVER_NAME="vesa" too.

OK, then you just have to study /var/log/Xorg.0.log and see what the nvidia (not nv) driver complains about. It tells clearly why it fails.

You could also try Thinstation-2.5beta2 (I'll actually suggest this).

Mike
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Lincoln Diego | 4 Oct 15:51 2011
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Re: 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ

Great,
 
I will follow your suggestions.
As soon as possible I'll make a feedback.
Thanks a lot !
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Para: "Lincoln Diego" <suporteti <at> proguarda.com.br>;thinstation-general-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org
Enviado: 4/10/2011 10:27:52
Assunto Re: [Thinstation-general] 1680x1050 at LG FLATRON w2252TQ
On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Lincoln Diego <suporteti-FnHyNqpzPJ0P48s/oLjRZg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi Mike thanks for the fast reply.
Yes.. I also tried this package before using package xorg6-nv.
And X_DRIVER_NAME="nv", X_DRIVER_NAME="nvidia" and X_DRIVER_NAME="vesa" too.

OK, then you just have to study /var/log/Xorg.0.log and see what the nvidia (not nv) driver complains about. It tells clearly why it fails.

You could also try Thinstation-2.5beta2 (I'll actually suggest this).

Mike
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Graeme Dempster | 5 Oct 23:12 2011

Storage Path Query

Folks

 

I have a build of thin station that I have set-up to boot of local hard disk using Syslinux.  I can’t get a tftp server approved (security guy is a pain) but I want to easily alter settings without installing a new build.  I have created the thinstation.config.user file in the correct folder structure on the install disk and added in the storage to the thinstation.config.buildtime but it isn’t reading the file.  The Path I have added to the thinstation.config.buildtime is STORAGE_PATH=/mnt/hda/part1/thinstation.profile/thinstation.config.user

 

The folder with the file is off the root of the Hard disk.

 

Am I understanding this correctly.  Can this be done?  Any help on this or a sample config with the storage path set for an ide disk it would be great.  I am not a linux expert so if you want any defubing done can you provide detailed instructions.

 

Regards

Graeme Dempster

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Don Cupp | 5 Oct 23:31 2011
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Re: Storage Path Query

Which version of thinstation are you using?

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Folks
 
I have a build of thin station that I have set-up to boot of local hard disk using Syslinux.  I can’t get a tftp server approved (security guy is a pain) but I want to easily alter settings without installing a new build.  I have created the thinstation.config.user file in the correct folder structure on the install disk and added in the storage to the thinstation.config.buildtime but it isn’t reading the file.  The Path I have added to the thinstation.config.buildtime is STORAGE_PATH=/mnt/hda/part1/thinstation.profile/thinstation.config.user
 
The folder with the file is off the root of the Hard disk.
 
Am I understanding this correctly.  Can this be done?  Any help on this or a sample config with the storage path set for an ide disk it would be great.  I am not a linux expert so if you want any defubing done can you provide detailed instructions.
 
Regards
Graeme Dempster

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