[K12OSN] sound advice K12LTSP with Windows Terminal Server 2003
Ryan Hackl - Spiritwood High
hackl at lskysd.ca
Mon Feb 20 20:27:42 UTC 2006
Here's what helped me (with our HP T5515 clients and W2K3 server):
On the Terminal Server goto admin tools -> terminal services config ->
connections -> RDP connection -> Properties -> client settings tab -> and
check to make sure that audio mapping is not checked. If it is checked and
you uncheck it any clients currently connected will have to disconnect and
reconnect (sometimes even a restart of the client and/or server is needed)
for the changes to take effect.
Hope this helps!
---------- Original Message -----------
From: "Peter Hartmann" <ascensiontech at gmail.com>
To: "Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com>
Sent: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 21:08:26 -0500
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] sound advice K12LTSP with Windows Terminal Server 2003
> >From what I've heard it's an either/or situation between a linux
> sound driver and dsp sound from the 2k3 server. Ask Gideon about it.
> On 2/17/06, David Trask <dtrask at vcsvikings.org> wrote:
> > Oh....one more thing...I'm using IceWM too.....(this sometimes makes a
> > difference)
> > "Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com> on
> > Friday, February 17, 2006 at 8:31 PM +0000 wrote:
> > >I need some ideas.
> > >
> > >I have a K12LTSP network with a mix of terminals, but my lab and the
> > >library are all LTSP Term 150's from disklessworkstations.com. My
> > >issue....getting sound to work well on the K12LTSP terminals from within
> > >the Windows Terminal Server session.
> > >
> > >Background: I have nasd enabled in lts.conf and in Linux....everything
> > >works....Flash, MPlayer....games....everything. If I type rdesktop -f
> > >-a 16 -d vcsnet -r sound 10..0.7.253 and log in....I get
> > >sound....albeit very choppy and with considerable delay.
> > >
> > >Today I was off-site with my Ubuntu laptop and I figured "what the
> > >heck"....I tried to get sound working in an rdesktop session by typing
> > >command above with an external IP to access my server and lo' and behold
> > >the sound worked great! Now granted....we're talking local install vs.
> > >terminal.....and we're also dealing with esd and possibly
> > >vs. nasd.
> > >
> > >Does anyone out there have sound from Windows Terminal services working
> > >alright through their terminals....and if so....how'd you do it?
> > >Also....any advice on what I can try....I'm open to trying new sound
> > >so long as it'll work with Flash.
> > >
> > >David N. Trask
> > >Technology Teacher/Director
> > >Vassalboro Community School
> > >dtrask at vcsvikings.org
> > >(207)923-3100
> > >
> > >
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> > David N. Trask
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> > Vassalboro Community School
> > dtrask at vcsvikings.org
> > (207)923-3100
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