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i have a toshiba tecra 8100 laptop that i have installed ubuntu feisty fawn on (not dual boot). i have managed to connect this to my wireless network ok. i am having problems connecting an eizo eclient 630l-n to my laptop.
i had installed microsoft windows server 2003 (trial version)on the laptop and had managed to get the eclient working ok. is there some sort of server software that i need to install to get the eclient connected(xrdp perhaps?).
here are specs for the eclient.
EIZO THIN CLIENT 630L - N
Ram Memory 64 MB SDRAM
Flash Memory 32 MB Flash ROM
Video Memory 2MB Memory Bus
Operating System Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.1
Bundled Software Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.1, Citrix ICA Client 6.3, Internet Explorer 5.5 – level browser
Compliant Server Software Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Terminal Serer Edition, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server/Datacenter Server, Citrix MetaFrame 1.8/1.8+ Feature Release 1/XP XP/XP + FR1
Networking & Communications
Communications Protocols Microsoft RDP, Citrix ICA
Transport Protocol TCP/IP with DNS, DHCP, and PPP
i have searched thru the forums and the internet but with no success.
any help greatfully appreciated
mickh - complete and utter noobie
just thinking aloud here.
i have opened up the thin client and it has a 32mb compact flash card in it.would i be right in thinking that the operating system (wince and ica client and ie 5.5)is stored on the flash card).i am thinking that i could possibly flash the card with cflinux (or use it as a bootrom) and then hopefully just connect it.
any thoughts about this?