Yeah, but thats not the problem. I guess, I was a bit unclear. I want =
an 8bit session on a 8bit Computer (Of course it's not not an 8bit =
but the X Server gives me 8bit colors). I think that should be =
Von: Kenneth Hess [mailto:khess@...]=20
Gesendet: Dienstag, 7. September 2004 14:47
An: M.Armingeon@...; rdesktop-users@...
Betreff: Re: [rdesktop-users] (no subject)
256 colors is all you get with Windows 2k TS. Sorry. I have lost =
over it myself.
Windows 2k3 Servers supports 16 bit color and sound.
Von: Bladt Norbert [mailto:NORBERT.BLADT@...]=20
Gesendet: Dienstag, 7. September 2004 15:07
An: 'M.Armingeon@...'; =
Betreff: RE: [rdesktop-users] (no subject)
>>I do not have this problem, but, what if another application has=20
>>allocated all the colours in the X11 colourmap ?
That is almost impossible, since I'm running it through .xinitrc, or
somtimes with Xterm. There is no application which could steal my =
>>If there is an option like "privatecmap" or so with rdesktop, you=20
>>might want to use that. If there is none: bad luck or buy another =
board for your Sun or whatever you have :-)
There is such an option: -C: use private colour map. But that doesn't =
my problem. Looks like bad luck for me. The problem child is a S3 =
(Trio 4+) Board.
Would be pretty bad if I couldn't get it to run on those machines, we =
hole bunch of those, currently running Win95. Since they only need the =
Client I thought about putting a small Linux Distribution on it.
BTW: Sorry for my bad quoting. I'm very unused to Outlook.