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14. April 2008 at 6:37 #12649
-What path is it checking correctly and what path is configured on the unit?
-Post your wlx.ini/wnos.ini please.
– Check Control Panel-System Preferences if reading the wlx.ini and updates are enabled there.
CG14. April 2008 at 8:56 #12656
– the rootpath is: /wyse, it checks /wyse
– Im not sure on this Wlx.ini/wnos.ini, i have made a wlx.ini on the ftp server with, Autoload=1. Is this what you mean?
– Use ini files for config is checked, Use local ini files is set on Global and User INI.
If i go to diagnostics, its shows me on the wlx.ini/wnos.ini the following:
Unable to display /tmp/wnos.ini.
Whats wrong on this?14. April 2008 at 9:23 #12658
That looks like a good point to continue.
Where did you store your wlx.ini? ftproot/wyse/wlx/wlx.ini? Is this the same path where the 64m file is stored? (It has to be that folder BTW)
Is it really an *.ini file or does it hide the known .txt extension maybe?
Configure the “Use local ini files” to no.
CG14. April 2008 at 9:47 #12659
it is stored in this map indeed ftproot/wyse/wlx/wlx.ini the .64m file is next to it. I even gave the file all rights to check if that was the problem.14. April 2008 at 9:57 #12660
Can you do a factory reset to the unit and reconfigure it after reboot?14. April 2008 at 10:12 #12661
Can you do a factory reset to the unit and reconfigure it after reboot?
i found the problem, i had WLX.ini with capitals, its case sensitive. I have the new firmware now! Thanks for that, but the dual video problem still persists.
I configured the dual screen option, now my Screen 1 becomes active when i configure the Dual Video, but my second screen wont become active 😕
I have got D-monitor version 1.0.0-0.3.9 installed, i noticed there was a newer version around but cant find the package.14. April 2008 at 10:42 #12663
Glad you fixed the upgrading and wlx.ini issue.
If you change the screens, will the issue move to the other screen? Which screen is failing VGA or DVI?
Is it already failing when configuring it locally under Linux or inside an ICA or RDP session?14. April 2008 at 11:35 #12665
I tried changing the screens indeed, it goes always back to the VGA.
The DVI is failing, does it make sense if i use a DVI male to vga converter? Because both my screens have a VGA connector. It fails in the wyse linux desktop already.14. April 2008 at 11:53 #12667
You can only use one DVI and one VGA. No chance to convert the DVI output to a VGA.
CG14. April 2008 at 12:13 #12668
Are you sure on that? the converter converts it only to a vga signal so in my opinion its not something weird im trying.14. April 2008 at 13:03 #12670
The DVI-I signal of the unit is split into one digital (DVI-D) and one analog (VGA) signal.
And as the DVI-D signal does not contain any analog informations any more. you cannot use a DVI-to-VGA adapter on top.
CG14. April 2008 at 13:36 #12672
Ah oke cool, i understand the problem. Well its a pitty for now then, since i dont have a DVI screen hehe. Thanks for your great and fast help! its apreciated.14. April 2008 at 14:01 #12673
There is a product called DVI-20 from Wyse that gives you 2 VGA ports out of one DVI.
Maybe worth a try.
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