Im a new problem and again I cant solve it.
Im trying to start up my thin client with Blackbox. When my system starts
up I get the following message and Blackbox doesnt starts.
Sarting X server
Running Blackbox Process /bin/start-session-o (PID 7832) exited.
Scheduling it for restart
Starting PID 8361, console /dev/console: /bin/start-session
Welcome to Thinstation Linux 0.9
If I dont copy thinstation.conf inside /tftpboot the thinstation get a
default configuration. Where can I set this default?
Ill try to set blackbox as default instead of telnet.
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.491 / Virus Database: 290 - Release Date: 18/6/2003
Could someone tell me if i still need a windows server or any kind of
windows to let thinstation run?
You have to know I want that thinstation uses a x-server and it will
connect to a x-client.
Have you ever made something like that, and /or you know some better
solution? Please tell me.
From: Mike Eriksen <kme3@ma...> - 2004-01-20 19:48:24
On Tue, 20 Jan 2004, Claudio Metzger wrote:
> Could someone tell me if i still need a windows server or any kind of
> windows to let thinstation run?
Do you mean X-Windows (-server) ot Microsoft Windows server?
Thinstation (TS) have its own build-in X-server, but TS is only really
useful if you have a server to connect to. That can be either a MS
Windows server or a X-Windows server (a Linux/Unix-box).
> You have to know I want that thinstation uses a x-server and it will
> connect to a x-client.
I think you have confused the concepts of X-servers and X-clients: An
X-server is the program that actually makes windows on the local
computer and takes cake of the keyboard and mouse movements.
On top of this you (usually) need a Window Manager (a WM) to take care
of windows decorations (frames, bottons...), icons etc. Anything in
Linux/Unix with a GUI runs an X-server itself - generally speaking.
An X-client is a program that wants to "draw" on the screen. Xclock (the
little clock program) is an example of an X-client.
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