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vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
15-10-2015, 03:59 PM,
#11
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Something in the X was broken in the last upgrade, so the advice is not to upgrade the system until the error is solved!
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19-10-2015, 09:47 AM, (This post was last modified: 19-11-2015, 11:53 PM by Walter Stemberger.)
#12
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
(07-10-2015, 08:16 AM)Walter Stemberger Wrote: Tried to restore some overclocking, following the suggestions from: http://linuxonflash.blogspot.de/2015/02/...mance.html

arm_freq=1000
#sdram_freq=500
sdram_freq=483
core_freq=500
#over_voltage=2

[EDITED] It is working without freezing for 24 hours now. Card is in a small plastic housing for the Raspberry PI 2, chips without coolers, CPU temperature about 48-53°C. I will wait some time more to get my conclusions :-)

Returned to the Config.txt without overclocking, because of the lost IP address after some time. (maybe only a local problem with my card?)

Reason: Found an strange behaviour while overclocked, where all the USB subsystem was lost and reconnected. After that the eth0 did not receive the IP address.
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18-11-2015, 04:01 PM, (This post was last modified: 18-11-2015, 04:07 PM by Walter Stemberger.)
#13
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
I was busy on other work last days... I hope next days I will better document every step here and build a new, fresh image, following my docs to publish it.

The modified RpiTC is working for days here at my desk. I added a new case (with VESA mount), and coolers on the chips, resulting in temperatures around 45°C, at least 5°C lower than before, without cooler.
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19-11-2015, 07:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 19-11-2015, 08:00 PM by greavette.)
#14
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Hi Walter,

Just picking up on the work you are doing in this thread. A comment you made needs to be made more clearer to me:

Quote:Reason: Found an strange behaviour until overclocked, where all the USB subsystem was lost and reconnected. After that the eth0 did not receive the IP address.

Are you saying that turning off the overclocking results in strange behavior? Are you suggesting that the Pi 2 Thin clients need to have some overclocking or else they will experience issues with the USB subsystem disconnecting and reconnecting?

I too am experiencing locking issues on some of my thin clients (you've seen the thread already). From your comment it might appear that the USB subsystem disconnecting results in the loss of my mouse and keyboard which essentially "locks" the Pi from being used? Unless I misunderstood what you are saying.

Thanks.
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19-11-2015, 11:56 PM,
#15
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Sorry, my English :-(

No,if overclocked, it was freezing (lost ssh also) or losing IP address.
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19-11-2015, 11:59 PM,
#16
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Ahhh I see. Thanks for clarifying Walter.
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24-11-2015, 10:20 AM,
#17
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
I am adding config files descriptions in the first post...
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25-05-2016, 07:46 PM,
#18
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Have there been any more updates to your setup?
Any chance you could share your img file?
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16-06-2016, 01:47 PM,
#19
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
(25-05-2016, 07:46 PM)Dave (DaveTheGeek) Wrote: Have there been any more updates to your setup?
Any chance you could share your img file?


Sorry, I was far from this site for a while.
It is in a production testing under real user's fingers.
I will share it soon.
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17-06-2016, 02:35 PM,
#20
RE: vmware-view user-proof thin terminal based on RPi TC 1.4
Cool thanks

My employer has just ordered a 5 PI 3 pilot to test this out. I am not as proficient as you are with linux. I do have the PRITC working on a PI2 B= however still facing issues with the 3. The VMware Horizons saves the server but when trying to connect to the pool for a generic user it goes to a black screen trying to connect and then back to the pool selection. I am stumped right now.



(16-06-2016, 01:47 PM)Walter Stemberger Wrote:
(25-05-2016, 07:46 PM)Dave (DaveTheGeek) Wrote: Have there been any more updates to your setup?
Any chance you could share your img file?


Sorry, I was far from this site for a while.
It is in a production testing under real user's fingers.
I will share it soon.
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