simon butsana wrote:
Hi,
Does anyone know of a remote X client that can be used to establish a remote X session with a FreeBSD box. As an example, I would greatly like to test a tool with features similar to Microsoft's "Remote Desktop". Thanks, Simon

Roger Olofsson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit :
Steve Franks skrev:
I just had this problem this week - drives are fine until you access
one and then disappears.

Checked my bios monitor page and 12V was only 11.8V. Changing from a
300W to a 500W power supply magically fixed the problem...

I don't claim that this is necessarily your problem, but it caught me
off-guard and it's worth looking at.

Steve

On 7/16/07, Roger Olofsson wrote:
Dear mailing list,

I have 2 IBM HDs and one WD HD (ata) in an old pc and for some reason
FBSD 6.2 can't find the IBMs on a warm-boot. Cold-boot is fine and, the
WD is fine.

The motherboard is an old Aopen AX34 and all settings are default except
for ACPI that's off.

The first thought that came to mind was that one of the IBMs are going
bad, but, I find it very unlikely that both HDs are doing it. One is a
120 and one is an 80gigger but both 'vanish' on warm-boot.

Some other setting in bios than ACPI?

Grateful for any answer,

/Roger
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Thank you for your answer. I'll check the PSU and if necessary replace it.

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Simon,
I use x11vnc and kdm on the server and tightvnc on the client.

This setup works very well.

Ivan
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