TCX SUITE 4.0 ON R50LE OPENSUSE

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    raheel_i
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    WHICH VERSION OF OPENSUSE IS COMPATIBLE WITH TCX SUITE 4.0?

    I have tried these version of OPENSUSE 7.0.5 & 7.1.2 & 7.1.26 to connect with TCX suite 4.0 for USB virtualization but its not working.

    Please suggest a good solution.

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    ConfGen
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    Do you mean you have installed Opensuse on a R50? Or are you connecting to from a R50 to an Opensuse box?

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    Yes I am using R50L which has built in OPENSUSE installed with tcx client, and i am connecting it through RDP on windows server 2003 which has TCX SERVER SUITE INSTALLED IN IT . but TCX is not working in this environment i want to know , Which version of OPENSUSE is fully compatible with TCX so that it works.

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    So OPENSUSE is the same as Suse Linux Enterprise which is installed per default on the R50L?

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    yes suse linux which is installed on R50

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    You will have to wait for the next release based on SLED11.

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    I’ve got the Suse11 firmware on the R50L WYSE box. We are trying to use the USB redirection portion.

    Where exactly does the TXC Server piece have to be installed? My guess is the server that is hosting the VM Clients…but the documentation doesn’t say specifically.

    Thanks
    Dave

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    The “server” is the session you are connecting to.
    So, if you are using XenDesktop or View than the server is each XP session (or Vista or Win7, depends on what you are hosting).
    If you are a Terminalserver than it is the Terminalserver itself.

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