Em Ter, 2006-08-08 às 21:20 +0200, Nagy László Zsolt escreveu: > Hello Sergio, > > You are the guy that I was waiting for. :-) Now I know for sure that it > will work.
I am glad I could help you.... have you seen the desktop image???? > I only have one question. How do you setup the sound card? The programs > are running on the server, right? Then how can use use the sound card? > Is it that 'noisy' programs are running from the diskless machines? Or > do you use TCP/IP based sound servers? > Thanks, > I use the esound esd running on the thin client... I set up the sound on the gnome sound pointing to ESD ... it uses the $DISPLAY env and works.... the freeBSD kernel on the thin client loads the sound module based on a configuration per thin-client using kldload... there is a configuration saved in the server for each thin client... and the /usr filesystem is shared... I use BSD on the SUN 4 with diskless boot... back in the years 198X so was quite easy to "remember" how things were done at that time... if it works on a "286" speed machine... why will not on an AMD 64??? I am 54 and work with UNIX since the 197X.... on VAX... _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"