Wyse R10L

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  • #48959
    BookWood
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    Dear Thomas,

    we do have a lot of Wyse R10L (2011) as spare parts in stock and probably never need it. I would like to update this thin clients to the latest OS with local browser to use them at least for public internet terminals. I checked downloads at dell.com as well as at technicalhelp.de, but I did not find out how to reset & update OS to do so.

    Can you give me a quick advise if there is a way or do I waste time and should I dispose old R10L and buy something else?

    Thank you in Advance,

     

    Tim

    #48961
    ConfGen
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    Hi Tim,

    even if you update them to the latest and greatest firmware, you will never get a browser on ThinOS.

    CG

    #105374
    joemorn
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    Hello Thomas

    We have some Wyse R10L TC’s with a bios of 1.0H_spc-0T51 running firmware 8.3_014 We tried to update the firmware to 8.3_109 and the R10L’s didn’t see the new firmware in the wyse/wnos folder. Is the bios to old for the newer firmware? Our primary goal is to be able to get these clients into the WMS so they can be managed remotely. Any information you can provide on this would be greatly appreciated

    Thank you

    Joseph

    #105451
    ConfGen
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    First of all, please do not hi-jack other threads that do not match your topic at all.
    Second, you are talking about a ThinOS device and your post is in the Thin Linux category.

    Now back to your question. I need some more information.
    Is the R10 reading a wnos.ini now from that ftp server? Post your wnos.ini. Any information in the ThinOS eventlog?
    What’s the name of the firmware file?

    CG

    #105469
    joemorn
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    I’m Sorry, I missed the header about  this being a Linux category and wasn’t trying to hijack this thread. I will re-post my question in the correct thread.

     

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