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4. November 2011 at 4:59 #6924NDLS2KMember
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Newbie question… I’m trying to select a specific monitor resolution for a T50 by using the DisplaySettings parameter in the wlx.ini, but I must be missing something very basic. Here are the details:
– I’m using a local wlx.ini (no ftp site) located in /wyse/wlx/ (I understand that this might not be the preferred method, but I want to quickly test some monitor resolution settings).
– wlx.ini user:group = root:root, attributes -rw-rw-rw-
– The file contains just the following line:
However, upon rebooting, the settings did not change from those set with the “Monitor Preferences” GUI (1280×960).
Also, under “System Settings -> Diagnostics -> wlx.ini/wnos.ini” it just says “unable to display /tmp/wnos.ini”, so it seems that it is not processing the file.
I checked the Admin guide and the “Reference Guide – Wyse Enhanced Ubuntu Linux INI Files” and that’s where I’ve got the info about the DisplaySettings parameter, but since I am honestly new to this T50 platform and Wyse thin clients in general, I am not familiar with them yet and I must be missing something…
I’d appreciate any help you might be able to provide me and please let me know if you need any additional details.
Nick4. November 2011 at 16:00 #21319ConfGenKeymaster
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I do not understand where you put the wlx.ini in?
First you need it to be read from a FTP server. Then it is stored locally and be used from there.
CG4. November 2011 at 17:01 #21324NDLS2KMember
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I setup the “INI Source Settings” using the System Settings GUI to “Use local INI files only”, which I read about in the document “Administrators Guide – Wyse® Enhanced UbuntuTM Linux – Products: T50”.
So, based on the info in the Admin guide and the “Wyse Enhanced Ubuntu Linux INI Files”, I manually created the wlx.ini under /wyse/wlx/ using the local terminal application in the T50.
By the way, just for reference, while checking /var/log/user.log some service was looking for a local ini file for a user called “haldaemon”. I created a simple /wyse/wlx/ini/haldaemon.ini and after the reboot the /var/log/user.log now said that it found the local ini file for that user. So, just based on that, it seems that it is reading/processing ini files stored in the local filesystem.
I just don’t know if I need to set anything else besides “Use local INI files only” under “System Settings -> INI Source Settings”…
Thanks for the taking the time to read this!
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