we already saw this message once.
No answer does not mean automatically that nobody is receiving your mail.
Is this by chance based on a RedHat version ?
Or on people having the same brain-damaged but support-reducing idea to add
following entry to /etc/hosts during installation:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rdesktop-users-admin@...
> [SMTP:rdesktop-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Jack
> Sent: Friday, October 08, 2004 10:26 AM
> To: rdesktop-users@...
> Subject: [rdesktop-users] Thinstation / Rdesktop but no IP-address
> in TS Manager
> Hi there,
> Can someone help me with the following problem?
> I'm using a prebuilt CD from the download
> t-ISO.zip>. I use a floppy for the thinstation.conf.user. It all works
> marvelous except only my printing cost registration software does not
> detect printjobs when I print in a Rdesktop session. I think (thanks to
> Matthew E. Bernold) that the problem occures because the session has the
> "wrong" IP-adres...
> In attached screenshot you can see that in Terminal Services Manager of my
> Windows2000-server the IP-adres of my Rdesktop station "LatiThin" is
> 127.0.0.1 in stead of its real ip adres which I cannot detect but has to
> be in the range 192.168.27.x because that's what my dhcp server gives.
> Does anyone has an explanation?
> << File: thinIP2.gif >>
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