[rescue] oops, deleted the posting, HP X terminal
Geoffrey S. Mendelson
gsm at mendelson.com
Sun Mar 21 00:21:29 CST 2004
Sorry, I deleted the posting an figured that someone would have answered,
but they did not.
After it boots, it will look for two things:
1. An IP address. You need to have a bootp or for later units a DHCP
server to assign the IP address. Very old sun machines needed an
rarp (reverse ARP) server too.
1a. Some X terminals download their operating system from a tftp server.
2. A system willing to manage the X windows on the display. This can be
hard coded in the bootp/dhcp parameters, or broadcast (look at
Don't use a redhat system for your X display manager if you want KDE.
It will work, but KDE was not set up to run on a remote display and a
real console at the same time. SUSE did fine with both.
N.B. Old suns, such as the SLC/ELC used a real soup of acronyms.
In order to netboot, they required RARP,BOOTP,TFTP and NFS servers.
Geoffrey S. Mendelson gsm at mendelson.com
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