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Old 01-31-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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Preciso configurar o rdestop no Wyse Linux v6


Hello, Good afternoon. I'm new here and am also very new to using linux. I'm having trouble configuring the Wyse Linux V6 rdesktop, this software is a trademark of Wyse Winterm thin clients called. Please ask if anyone has knowledge, to guide me or pass me the configuration procedures so I can connect my thin client to my computer. Thank you in advance for your attention.

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Old 01-31-2012, 01:02 PM   #2
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Please edit your post using the edit button and translate what you wrote to english.
 
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Hi there,

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Olá, boa tarde, sou novo aqui e tbm sou muito novo usando Linux. Estou tendo problemas ao tentar configurar o rdesktop do Wyse Linux v6, este é o software de um thin client da marca Wyse Winterm, Peço por favor caso alguém tenha uma solução que me resposte... to ficando louco com esse problema.
though there are almost certainly a few forum users who speak Portuguese, I think it is advisable to use English, as it is common here at LQ. You address a considerably wider audience that way.

As far as I can understand your question (which is some guessing, because I don't speak Portuguese either), I can't help you on topic, however.

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Old 01-31-2012, 01:53 PM   #4
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I need to configure rdesktop Wyse Linux v6

joricardoo;4589529]Hello, Good afternoon. I'm new here and am also very new to using linux. I'm having trouble configuring the Wyse Linux V6 rdesktop, this software is a trademark of Wyse Winterm thin clients called. Please ask if anyone has knowledge, to guide me or pass me the configuration procedures so I can connect my thin client to my computer. Thank you in advance for your attention.[/QUOTE]
 
Old 01-31-2012, 03:01 PM   #5
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I think it is advisable to use English
Just to be clear this is not a case of it being advisable or not but it is mandatory. LQ Rule XV.: "All member-created content should be in English."


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I'm having trouble configuring the Wyse Linux V6 rdesktop (..) pass me the configuration procedures so I can connect my thin client to my computer.
What do you have? A V50LE? A S50? What are you having trouble with? Did you hunt wyse.com for manuals? Did you try a generic Linux Thin Client HOWTO? Seen the forum at www.freewysemonkeys.com ?
 
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Hi there,

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I think it is advisable to use English, ...
Just to be clear this is not a case of it being advisable or not but it is mandatory. LQ Rule XV.: "All member-created content should be in English."
I was almost sure I'd read that somewhere, and though I quickly scanned the rules again before posting this one, I must've missed it.

Anyway, in all technical standards "should" means "we'd like it that way, if there are no hard reasons against". So "should" is not the same as "must".
So if you consider the use of English language as mandatory, rather than just desirable, you might change the wording ...

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