[K12OSN] thin client t5125
jam at mcquil.com
Thu Dec 15 00:52:08 UTC 2005
Somebody asked that same question last week. I don't remember if it was
on the k12osn list or the ltsp-discuss list.
The problem is the X.org xserver doesn't automatically detect the
correct amount of video ram.
The solution is to add
X_VIDEORAM = 4096
to the lts.conf file.
The problem is I don't remember the exact value you need to plug in
there. 4096 might work, or you could try 3072 or some other value. I
tried searching the k12osn and ltsp-discuss archives, but couldn't find
the answer. If you get it working, please report back, so we can update
the ltsp wiki for others.
jam at Ltsp.org
Ondrej Rusek wrote:
> I have new t5125 clients in our school with PXE-booting from a Fedora
> Core 3 server with LTSP.
> The terminal boots up fine, detects the hardware, loads via graphics
> driver, and I can login, but when I start an application f.ex. a
> terminal session, and I drag the window around, I get a thin
> horizontal line of "noise" on the screen. If I keep dragging the
> window the noise line gets thicker and finally the terminal dies -
> stops responding to keyboard and mouse.
> Is there any way of making the t5125 work properly with the via driver?
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