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David Pollard

Hi Guys,

I tried one of the live cd demo’s recently and it worked very well.

As a proof of concept, I booted my workstation from a USB stick and connect to my remote desktop server and after a bit of fiddling around I could configure all the settings I needed and the response times on the workstation were quite acceptable.  So I know what I want to do is possible.

 

Of course when I rebooted from the CD again I have to reconfigure my settings.

  

Next I downloaded and configured a ThinstationDev environment.  This has gone well as also. I did a generic build on the server and started with the example build.conf and thinstation.conf.network and my workstation now does a PXE boot in under 30 seconds. However when I get to the Client GUI I receive the message.

 

“The Network Connection has been Disconnected”

 

My problem is I can’t figure out how to include the network drivers.  I have read the FAQ and the notes in the conf files and I’m just missing something.

Must be an extremely common bump to run into and I’m surprised I can’t find a step by step guide that covers this.

 

I’m not sure quite how to tell what version my ThinstationDev environment is.

The version number I wrote down when I installed a few weeks ago was 5.4.2 (0503) and I have just run the Update option from within the GUI.

 

I ran the ./build from the build environment and it succeeded.

 

Here are my configuration files.

build.conf and

thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot/thinstation.conf.network

 

No change to thinstation.conf.buildtime and I don’t have any other conf files in the pxe/boot folder.

 

It would be good if I could include all the networks drivers just like the demo boot cd and then start to exclude stuff I don’t need to make the image smaller and boot faster.

 

The network card is a BroadCom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which is on the motherboard of a Dell Optiplex 360.

 

Any ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

David

 

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build# cat build.conf

################################################

### ---     Thinstation Build Config     --- ###

################################################

#

#

# This is Thinstation s basic setup file. In this file you decide which

# hardware, programs and features to be included in the Thinstation

# boot image generated by running "./build".

#

# You can customize/limit the possibilities in the thinstation.conf

# files later.

#

# Anything after a "#" is a comment. You activate "things" by removing

# the "#" and remove "things" by putting a "#" in front of them.

#

# First we define which modules to include. Modules are hardware

# drivers. NEVER include more than necessary - the more modules, the

# longer boot time.

 

########################################################

### --- Machine Modules to include in boot image --- ###

########################################################

# A machine profile is a set of modules for a specific set of hardware

# components like a thinclient with adapters. It does not include any

# filesystem modules, those need to be selected individualy. Making a

# a machine profile is a two step process. First you will need to make

# an allmodules build like "./build --allmodules" with the extensions-x

# package included. Once the client machine is booted with that image

# you can open and xterm or telnet in and run "hwlister.sh". hwlister.sh

# will compile some lists and attempt to post them to the pxe server assigned

# to the client. If the pxe server is this workstation and you are hosting

# files directly out of this build env, you can then run

# "./mkmachine SOME-MODEL" and the files will be put into the machine folder

# under that model name. Now all you have to do is add a line to this file

# like "machine SOME-MODEL" and you will no longer have to make

# allmodules builds. If this is not the pxe server, you will have to

# move stuff around on your own, but the most important files are

# modules.list and firmware.list.

 

################################################

### --- Modules to include in boot image --- ###

################################################

# Any modules may be added as "module" or "module_pkg".

# If defined as a "module", the driver is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "module_pkg", the driver is added from outside the

# image, such as from a tftp server.  See note below for more details.

#

# Normally you should use "module".  Only use "module_pkg" if you want

# to dynamically load modules.

# Note: If you create a module_pkg network driver, and decide to load it

#       from a tftp server, it won t work.  This is because the image

#       won t have a network driver to get the module_pkg in the first

#       place.

 

#!Hardware

#!!Machine module list

#machine m704                           # Gigabyte m704 Rover PC

#machine WYSE9150se                     # WYSE 9150se Thin Client

#machine NT-A3500                       # Foxconn AMD E-350 Barebone

#machine NT-535                         # Foxconn Intel D525 Barebone

#machine Dell-FX170                     # Dell FX170 D525 Atom Machine

machine VMWare                          # A good set of modules for a VmWare Virtual Machine

#machine Virtualbox-4.1                 # A good set of modules for a Virtualbox Virtual Machine

#machine VIA-Epia-CLE266                # VIA Epia/Eden based on the the CLE266 chip. Rather common in thin clients a few years old

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented the following line

machine classic_generic         # Big list of modules that you can choose by unremarking them

 

#machine IGEL-M300C                     # Igel CX700 Via

#machine HP-t5135                       # HP CX700 Via

 

#!!Wireless Stuff

#package wpa_supplicant

#package wireless

#package wifi-connect

#!!!Misc Modules

 

# 12May15 DJP Added the following line

module bnx2                     # Broadcom NetXtremeII support

 

#!!Filesystem Support

# Every mounted device needs a filesystem, so choose which ones you need.

module usb-storage

#module autofs4                 # Automount and autofs support

module isofs                    # ISO9960 file system support for CDRoms

module udf                      # CDRom UDF file system support

module vfat                     # Fat and VFat file system support

#module ntfs                    # NTFS file system support

#module ext2                    # Ext2 file system support

#module ext3                    # Ext3 file system support

module ext4                     # Ext4 file system support

#module nfs                     # NFS file system support

#module cifs                    # CIFS support (use either this or smbfs - not both)

 

#!!Video Support

module vgastate                 # Needed by via_chrome9

module via_chrome9              # Driver for via VX900 (replace openchrome)

 

 

#################################################

### --- Packages to include in boot image --- ###

#################################################

 

# A package is a program or utility.

# Any packages may be added as "package" or "pkg".

# If defined as a "package", the program is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "pkg", the program is added from outside the image.

# Normally, you should use "package".  Only use "pkg" if you want to

# dynamically load programs.

 

 

# --- Packages to include in boot image

# --- Packages below may be "package" or "pkg"

#!!Miscellaneous

package aufs                    # This is needed in order for squashfs compression mode to work.

#package ts-classic              # The classic ts logic for network/netfiles/hostname/mounting/telnetd/telnet/playcd

#package automount

package udisks

package networkmanager

#package udisks-glue

package ntp                     # Utility to obtain date & time from network

#package sound-esd              # Enable sound-esd or sound-nasd if you want to be able to control

#package sound-nasd             #  sound on your thin client from another computer or

                                #  your remote session.

package alsa

package gnome-media

#package gnome-network-properties

package gnome-core

package volumeicon

#package kismet

package gst-plugins-base

package gst-plugins-good

#package crystalhd

#package libva

#package iptables               # IP Tables support

package cpufreq

#package cpuspeed

#package wine                   # Windows Application Execution Platform

 

#!!X related

# --- XOrg 7.7

#package xorg7-v4l

package xorg7-vesa              #A fallback driver that works with almost everything. Does allow resolution changes

package xorg7-vmware

package xorg7-ati               #ATI video driver for most modern ATI chipsets. Usually requires several firmwares

package xorg7-nouveau           #New opensource nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia           #Proprietary nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia_64         # Additional 64bit module

#package xorg7-openchrome       #Via Video Chipsets driver

package xorg7-intel             #Intel video driver for most modern chipsets except the GMA3500/3600

#package xorg7-sis

package xorg7-via               #Via driver for VX900 chipset, replaces the openchrome one

 

#!!Locale or localization files for keyboard and fonts.  (Language/Country)

package locale-cs_CZ  # Czech

package locale-da_DK  # Danish

package locale-de_DE  # German

package locale-en_GB  # English-Great Britain

package locale-en_US  # English-US

package locale-es_ES  # Spanish

package locale-fi_FI  # Finnish

package locale-fr_BE  # French Belgium

package locale-fr_CA  # French Canadian

package locale-fr_CH  # French Switzerland

package locale-fr_FR  # French

package locale-hr_HR  # Croation

package locale-hu_HU  # Hungarian

package locale-it_IT  # Italian

package locale-ja_JP  # Japanese

package locale-nb_NO  # Norwegian (bokmål)

package locale-pl_PL  # Polish

package locale-pt_PT  # Portuguese

package locale-pt_BR  # Portuguese-Brazil

package locale-ru_RU  # Russian

package locale-sv_SE  # Swedish

package locale-tr_TR  # Turkish

 

#!Applications

#!!Connection Package types.  Choose *at least* one!

package freerdp         # X RDP Client - fork of rdesktop

#package rdesktop               # X RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (ver 1.7)

#package vncviewer              # VNC client (vncviewer)

#package xorg7vnc               # Remote Control Client Workstation

#package ica                    # Citrix ICA client support

#package tarantella             # Tarantella client support

#package xnest                  # XDM in a window client

#package urxvt                  # Light Xterm Client (vt102)

#package xterm                  # Xterm Client (vt220)

#package ssh                    # Secure Shell client

#package tn5250                 # 5250 terminal emulator

#package dillo                  # Dillo light web browser

#package thinlinc               # Cendio ThinLinc client support

#package nx                     # No Machine NX client

#package 2x                     # 2X client

#package java                   # Java runtime

#package firefox_lowmem         # Firefox 3 for low resource machines

package firefox                 # Firefox current Web Browser

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented (Package Download failed during ./build)

#package chrome                 # Google Chrome Web Browser

#package kiosk                  # Rkiosk Plugin for Firefox

#package flash_lowmem           # Flash 9 browser plugin for firefox and low resource machines

#package flash                  # Flash Current

#package filezilla              # FileZilla FTP Client for X

#package git                    # GIT Version Control System

#package gparted                # Gnome Partition Manager

package open-vm-tools

#package medit                  # Notepad

#package mplayer                # DVD and video player

#package vmview                 # VMware Open-View Client, no PCoIP

#package vmviewpcoip            # VMware Open-View Client, PCOIP

#package xbmc                   # XBMC Media Center for X

#package evince                 # X PDF Viewer

 

#!!Window Managers. Choose no more than 1 window manager.

# Not needed if you don t want to manage windows.

#package openbox                # A spartin clean/fast window manager.

#package xdesktop-kiosk         # A locked down desktop kiosk using the openbox wm (See packages/xdesktop-kiosk/build/conf for

                                # more help.

#package icewm                  # "ICEWM" window manager.  Makes TS a light workstation.

#package icewm-theme-xp

#package icewm-themes           # Extra IceWM themes

#package icewm-theme-bernstein

#package icewm-theme-bluecrux

#package icewm-theme-liquid

 

package xfwm4

#package xfwm4-extra

package xfce4-power-manager

package terminal                # Terminal emulator for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

package thunar                  # File Manager for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

 

#!!Window Manager Utils

#package idle-shutdown          # Package that lets you specify automatic shutdown settings and logic.

#package wbar                   # Adds icons to desktop

#package idesk

 

#!!Other services

#package www                    # Web access to client.  From a browser: "http://<IP number>"

                                #  The standard page is for general user settings, administrative access

                                #  is on port 6800.

#package lp_server              # Remote printing daemon (JetDirect compatible)

#package lpr                    # LPR Print Server, for use with samba-server package

#package lprng                  # LPRng Print Server, supports network based printing

package cups

#package sshd                   # Dropbear secure shell server

#package tftpd                  # Built in tftpd server. Useful for making a tftpserver

                                #  for thinstation on a WAN over a slow link.

#package samba-server           # Samba server FS Support, allows you to share

                                #  local floppy/cdrom/hd/printer to other Windows

                                #  PCs. Needs supermount for removeable media.

package samba-client            # Samba smbclient, gives a shell like environment to access an samba server

#package hdupdate               # Package for updating TS images on a hardisk over a network connection

#package scp                    # Add ability to download files over internet using scp.  This package

                                #  adds some networking based options for downloading configuration files or

                                #  in using hdupdate package.

#package openvpn                # OpenVPN Client Support

 

 

#!!PCSCD Card Readers

#package gemplus410             # Card reader Gemplus 410 (Serial) and Gemplus 430 (USB)

#package ccidreader             # Generic USB card reader

 

 

#!!Miscellaneous

package gtk-2.0                 # Full gtk-2.0 plus clearlooks theme

package icons-cursor            # Anti Aliased Mouse Cursor Theme

package icons-hicolor           # Hi-Color icons for some applications and themes. Does not really contain any icons.

package icons-gnome             # gnome Hi-Color icons theme. Needed by most other icon themes.

#package icons-tango             # tango Hi-Color icons theme

#package icons-neu               # neu Hi-Color icons theme

#package fonts-misc

#package fonts-jis-misc         # Japanese Industrial

#package fonts-util

#package fonts-cyrillic

#package fonts-Speedo-Bitstream

package fonts-TTF-BH            # This one works nicely most of the time and is small.

package fonts-TTF-vera

#package fonts-TTF-MS           # Fonts for rendering documents developed on the MS Platform.

                            # Might want to talk to a lawyer before using these.

package fonts-TTF-liberation

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-75dpi-BH

#package fonts-75dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-75dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-100dpi-BH

#package fonts-100dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-100dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-Type1-BH

#package fonts-Type1-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-IBM

#package fonts-Type1-xfree86

#package lshw                   # list hardware

#package e3                     # Basic vi like Editor

#package rox                    # Basic File Manager

#package debug                  # metapackage to include other debugging packages and stop during bootup to check things.

#package extensions             # Adds various shell commands, will increase image size.

#package extensions-x           # Adds various utility s for the X Environment !!!! INCLUDES hwlister.sh !!!!

#package eGalax                 # eGalax TouchKit Drivers/Utility for serial and usb touchscreens by EETI.

#package installer              # Wipes a drive, makes partitions and downloads thinstation from a pxe server

#package devstation             # Starts a tftp server that hosts files from the boot-images/pxe folder

 

# Parameters

########################################

### --- Miscellaneous Parameters --- ###

########################################

#!!Basic

 

#param fastboot       true              # Mangles the filesystem a special way as to improve boot spead and reduce

                                        # memory utilization. Cool/Dangerous . Harder to dubug other packages. (Finishing Touch)

                                        # Set to 'true' to enable or 'lotsofmem' for slightly slower booting but no squash lag on app launch.

#param tsuser         tsuser            # Name of the user that thinstation will run as. Needs userauto package.

#param tsuserpasswd   pleasechangeme    # Do Change! Console/telnet password for non-root

 

param rootpasswd     pleasechangeme     # Do Change!  Console/telnet password for root

                                        # If this is enabled, Telnetd will be enabled.

param xorgvncpasswd  pleasechangeme     # VNC Access Password

param storagepasswd  pleasechangeme             # Password for storage server

param dialuppasswd   pleasechangeme             # Password for dialin account

param sambapasswd    pleasechangeme             # Password for samba shares when using user mode security

#param kernelcmdline "radeon.modeset=0"         # Add additional kernel command lines. e.g. disable radeon framebuffer

#param stripelf       yes                       # Strip extraneous information from elf binaries (Maybe not Safe)

#param acpisupport    disable                   # Tells the kernel not to load acpi modules. (Breaks some Intel Chipsets if disabled)

#param uvesafb        disable                   # Disable uvesafb (legacy option like modesetfb)

#param extra_vid      LVDS-1:d                  # Add an extra video= parameter to kernel cmd line (good for disabling outputs on video cards)

param bootlogo       true                       # Enable or Disable the use of the Boot splash.

param boottheme      default                    # Backgound picture during boot

#param splash        verbose                    # kernel splash setting (0=off, silent or verbose (default=silent)

param splash         silent

param fbmtrr         0                          # MTRR value for uvesafb (default = 0, 4 is the best) grep your log to make sure you have not set it to high

#param fbnocrtc      true                       # This is usually a good thing.

param fbsm           ywrap                      # Window scrolling method (redraw, ypan, ywrap) ywrap is best, but may not work correctly for all people

#param fbvtotal       16                        # Override Video Bios Reported Memory in MB

#param fbmaxhf        67                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Horizontal Frequency

#param fbmaxvf        61                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Vertical Frequency

#param fbmaxclk       155                               # Override Video Negotiated Max Clock Frequency

#param fbnoedid       true                              # Don t do video edid

#param bootresolution 1024x600-32                       # Resolution used during Thinstation boot.

#param bootresolution 1024x768-32                        # You can wright your own resolution mode here, if you know it.

#param bootresolution 1152x864-32

param bootresolution 1280x768-32

#param bootresolution 1366x768-32                       # Otherwise, you may want to refer to the vbe_modes.list you created with hwlister.sh

#param bootresolution 1280x1024-32                      # for modes that your card supports.

#param bootresolution 1400x900-32                       # It is also used by xrandr if no xrandr options are specified.

#param bootresolution 1680x1050-32

#param bootresolution 1920x1080-32

#param bootresolution 1400x1050-32

 

param desktop file:./backgrounds/Hive_Lite.jpg          # Custom image to load as desktop background

param defaultconfig  thinstation.conf.buildtime         # The file with default setup.  No other config file is found

                                                        #  during boot.

param basename       thinstation                        # Used for all config/tftp/scp file names

param basepath       ts5.4                              # Used to determine path to tftp/scp files

param baseurl        http://www.doncuppjr.net           # Used to determine url to wget files

#param keyfile        ./id_rsa                          # Path for private key file used for ssh/scp

#param knownhosts     ./known_hosts                     # Path for ssh known_hosts file for ssh/scp

#param localpkgs      false                             # to determine is PKG files are to be loaded locally

#param fulllocales    true                              # Use full locale support for packages

#param icaencryption  false                             # Use ica encryption support, add 290k to image

param haltonerror    false                              # Will halt on error, default is true

param hardlinkfs     true

param sametimestmp   true                               # When enabled, the timestamps for all files and folders will be set to 00:00 of todays date in your timezone

param initrdcmd      "squashfs"                         # Compression mode and level of initrd file. none, gzip -9, lzma -9 ,bzip2 -9

param bootverbosity   3                                 # Increased vebosity when booting TS

                                                        #   0 no verbose messages

                                                        #   1 boot

                                                        #   2 network

                                                        #   4 init

                                                        #   8 kernel

                                                        #  16 modules

                                                        #  32 packages

                                                        #  64 email bootlog file to SMTP server & user set in

                                                        #     thinstation.conf file.  This will only work

                                                        #     if networking is working.

                                                        #

                                                        #  Combinations can be used (e.g. 24 does Kernel and Module Messages)

 

#!!Advanced

# Leave this alone unless you can t download (wget required on your Linux box):

param downloads         /downloads

param bootimages        "iso syslinux pxe"

param syslinuxtheme     "default"

#param httpproxy        http://192.168.1.2:8080

 

#param bootfssize     50%                               # Modify the size of the tmpfs filesystem

 

package alltimezone

param allres            true            # Includes a lot of resolution splash images for live-cd s

param allfirmware       true            # Includes a lot of firmwares for live-cd s

param blacklist snd-pcsp.ko

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot# cat thinstation.conf.network

 

###############################################

# -- Thinstation sample configuration file -- #

###############################################

#

# This file must be named "thinstation.conf<xxx>" where <xxx> can be:

# .buildtime   Defines the defaults build into the image (note the leading .)

# .network     Default global config file loaded from the TFTP server.

# .user        Config file on local storage.

# -<name>      Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal

#              "name" (e.g. thinstation.conf-paul). Requires thinstation.hosts.

# .group-<id>  Config file for a group of terminals (e.g. with printer setup

#              for those terminal with local printers. Requires thinstation.hosts.

# -<IP>        Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

#              the IP number <IP> specified (e.g. thinstation.conf-10.0.0.9).

# -<MAC>       Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

#              the MAC address specified (e.g thinstation.conf-112233445566).

 

 

##

# --- General Options

#

# AUDIO_LEVEL        Audio Level for sound, 0-100

# MIC_LEVEL          Recording level for input devices, 0-100

# LOCALE             If multiple locales are included in the image, you can use this to

#                     select one during boot with a .conf file.

# TIME_ZONE          Used to set time zone on a TS client with a zone info file. If multiple

#                      zone-info files are included, this selection can be refined with additional

#                      .conf files.

# SYSLOG_SERVER      Log server ip address or hostname.

#                    If the work "local" is used, then syslog starts logging locally

#                    If not specified syslogd is not loaded.

# USB_STORAGE_SYNC   ON    Safer writing

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

#                             before buffers have been flushed

# USB_MOUNT_DIR      Directory to use for mounting usbdisks (default: /mnt/usbdevice/)

# USB_MOUNT_USELABEL Label to use for individual usb disks

#                    default is to use the device name (eg. sda1 - /mnt/usbdevice/sda1)

#                    NO       use default ONLY

#                    YES      will use label on usb volume if exists or fallback to default

#                    <label>  will use label on usb volume if exists or <label> otherwise

#                    adds suffix of n (1,2,3,etc.) if duplicate labels found

# USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for usb devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# DISK_STORAGE_SYNC  ON    Safer writing

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

#                             before buffers have been flushed

# DISK_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for disk devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# CDROM_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for cdrom devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# BIND_MOUNT#        A disk label to bind mount point mapping (eg. boot:/boot or home:/root)

# DAILY_REBOOT       Will reboot server if up over a day and one of the session

#                    types is closed

# AUTOPLAYCD         If enabled this will autoplay music cds when inserted.

# CUSTOM_CONFIG      Allows choosing custom boot config, On/Off

# RECONNECT_PROMPT   This displays the reconnection/shutdown options for when a session is ended

#

#                    OFF    No reconnect prompt

#                    ON     Reconnect prompt will be displayed

#                    FORCE  Just reconnect

#                    AUTO   Automatic reconnect

#                    AUTOXX Automatic reconnect attempt after XX seconds - msg is displayed

#                    MENU   Shows a menu with a shutdown and reconnection option

#                    MENUXX As MENU option, but the XX is a time period in minutes.

#                           After XX minutes shutdown will occur unless the reconnect option

#                           is choosen

# NO_SESSION         What to do in the event that all sessions have exited and not reconnected.

#                    POWEROFF  Shutdown the terminal.(default)

#                    REBOOT    Reboot the terminal.

# DEBUGPAUSE         Will pause at prompt after load of all modules and packages but before starting

#                    Only works if debug package included

#                    true       pause at prompt to allow debug

#                    false      don't pause (default)

# CRON_JOBx          Will add this crontab entry (1 - 9)

# FASTBOOT_URL       Normally fastboot will try to load lib.squash in the same way that vmlinuz and initrd

#                    were loaded. This will force fastboot to download lib.squash using a specific protocol

#                    and location

 

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=67

TIME_ZONE="America/Los_Angeles"

SYSLOG_SERVER=local

#USB_STORAGE_SYNC=On

#USB_MOUNT_DIR="/mnt/usbdevice"

#USB_MOUNT_USELABEL="Yes"

#USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS="utf8,shortname=win95"

BIND_MOUNT0="home:/root"

BIND_MOUNT1="boot:/boot"

BIND_MOUNT2="tsdev:/thinstation"

FASTBOOT_URL="http://www.thinstation.org"

DAILY_REBOOT=On

#AUTOPLAYCD=On

CUSTOM_CONFIG=Off

RECONNECT_PROMPT=On

#DEBUGPAUSE=true

 

 

##

# --- Session Defaults

# -- Default Settings for all sessions

#

# AUTOSTART             ON   Application will be executed immediately at startup

#                       OFF  Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

# WORKSPACE             Workspace in the window manager to run the application in

# ICONMODE              MANUAL  Default sessions are not created in window manager/idesk or wbar

#                       AUTO    Default sessions types are created in window manager/idesk or wbar

# ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER   Whether or not the server entry dialog box is always displayed

#                       By default, autostarted sessions have this off and menu sessions have this on

#                       OFF will disable the prompt for everything.

#                       ON will enable the prompt for everything.

# ALLOW_EXIT            Whether or not a user will be allowed to cancel the server address entry.

#                       By default, autostarted sessions will not be allowed to exit and menu sessions will.

#                       OFF will force entry for everything.

#                       ON will allow exit from everything.

 

 

WORKSPACE=1

AUTOSTART=On

ICONMODE=AUTO

ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER=Off

ALLOW_EXIT=Off

 

 

##

# --- Session Details

#

# Note:                     # is a number equal to or greater than 0

#

# SESSION_#_TITLE           Title description for SESSION. Needed for replimenu.

# SESSION_#_TYPE            Package type, choose beetwen:

#                           - vncviewer        Start vncviewer in X

#                           - rdesktop         Start rdesktop in X

#                           - x                Start x-terminal session (xdm)

#                           - xnest            Start x-terminal session (xdm) from within blackbox

#                           - ssh              Start ssh client in linux console

#                           - telnet           Start telnet client in linux console

#                           - ica              Start Citrix ICA client in X

#                           - ica_wfc          Start ICA Manager

#                           - openbox          Start openbox window manager session

#                           - icewm            Start icewm window manager session

#                           - dillo            Start Web Browser in X

#                           - tftpd            Start tftp daemon

#                           - tarantella       Start tarantella client

#                           - rxvt             Start light xterm client

#                           - xterm            Start xterm client

#                           - tn5250           Start AS400 client in linux console

#                           - nx               Start NX Client Session

# SESSION_#_AUTOSTART       ON      Application will be executed immediately at startup

#                           OFF     Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

# SESSION_#_CUSTOM_CONFIG   ON      Allows choosing custom config for when session starts

#                           OFF     Session boots normally

# SESSION_#_ICON            ON      Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

#                                   in Window Manager Main Menu

#                           SUBMENU Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

#                                   in a Submenu within the window manager

# SESSION_#_WORKSPACE       Workspace to run program on in a window manager

# SESSION_#_type_SERVER     IP address/hostname of the server

# SESSION_#_type_OPTIONS    Command line options for the session type

#

# SESSION_#_type_specific   This allows you to specify specific config file details for certain session

#                           types.  Currently support is NX and ICA.  Any configuration file setting

#                           can be changed with this setting.  An example of this is

#                           SESSION_0_NX_GENERAL_DESKTOP="Gnome"

#                           SESSION_0_ICA_APPSRV_USEFULLSCREEN="Yes"

#                           See your application manual for documentation on the settings which

#                           can be used.

 

 

# Individual Session Settings, override defaults (Likely Depricated)

#

# IMPORTANT:  Make sure you minimum have a SESSION_0. Otherwise you will get an error

# on boot. You may have additional sessions: SESSION_1, SESSION_2 ...

# SESSION_0 is on ctrl-alt-F3

# SESSION_1 is on ctrl-alt-F4

# ... etc.

 

 

##

# --- Proxy Options

#

# PROXY_HOST             DNS Name or IP Address of HTTP Proxy Server

# PROXY_PORT             TCP/IP Port to use on HTTP Proxy Server

# PROXY_IGNORE           Comma seperated list of hosts for which to bypass the proxy. "localhost,127.0.0.1/8" by default

# PROXY_USER             HTTP Proxy Authentication User

# PROXY_PASSWORD         HTTP Proxy User Password

# PROXY_USE_SAME         True/False, If enabled, HTTP Proxy settings will be used for all Protocols

# PROXY_SECURE_HOST      HTTPS Proxy Host

# PROXY_SECURE_PORT      HTTPS Proxy Port

# PROXY_SOCKS_HOST       SOCKS Proxy Host

# PROXY_SOCKS_PORT       SOCKS Proxy Port

# PROXY_FTP_HOST         FTP Proxy Host

# PROXY_FTP_PORT         FTP Proxy Port

 

 

 

 

#PROXY_HOST=192.168.1.1

#PROXY_PORT=8080

#PROXY_USE_SAME=true

#PROXY_IGNORE="localhost,127.0.0.1/8"

 

 

##

# --- Gtk Theme Engine Selection

#

# GTK_THEME              Selects the theme engine that gtk will use to

#                        render buttons and sliders. Clearlooks by default

#                        Set to ALL to include all theme engines.

#                        Available themes:

#                                         Clearlooks

#                                         Crux

#                                         Industrial

#                                         Mist

#                                         Redmond

#                                         ThinIce

#                                         Xfce   if xfwm4 package is included

 

 

 

 

GTK_THEME=Clearlooks

 

##

# XFWM4_COMPOSITING                Boolean that determines whether or not to enable

#                                  desktop compositing

# XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS                 Sets the brightness level of the background

#                                  0 by default. Range -128 to 127

# XFWM4_SATURATION                 Sets the color saturation level of the background

#                                  1.0 by default. Range -10.0 to 10.0

# XFWM4_RED                        Sets the red index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with BLUE and GREEN

# XFWM4_BLUE                       Sets the blue index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and GREEN

# XFWM4_GREEN                      Sets the green index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and BLUE

#

# --- Xfwm4 Theme Selection

# XFWM4_THEME                      Selects the theme that xfwm4 will use for window

#                                  borders and colors. Default by default

#                                  Set to ALL to include all themes. Otherwise....

#                                  Available themes:

#                                         Adept

#                                         Agua

#                                         Agualemon

#                                         Alternate

#                                         Atlanta

#                                         Atlanta2

#                                         B5

#                                         B6

#                                         BBS

#                                         Basix

#                                         Beastie

#                                         Biz

#                                         Blackwall

#                                         Buzz

#                                         Coldsteel

#                                         Coolclean

#                                         Crux

#                                         Cruxish

#                                         Curve

#                                         Daloa

#                                         Default

#                                         Defcon-IV

#                                         Eazel-blue

#                                         Elberg

#                                         Exocet

#                                         Fbx

#                                         G2

#                                         Galaxy

#                                         Gaudy

#                                         Gelly

#                                         Gnububble

#                                         Gorilla

#                                         Gtk

#                                         Iceg

#                                         Kde

#                                         Kde1

#                                         Keramik

#                                         Kindaker

#                                         Kleanux

#                                         Kokodi

#                                         Koynacity

#                                         LineArt

#                                         Linea

#                                         Meenee

#                                         Metabox

#                                         Microcurve

#                                         Microdeck

#                                         Microdeck2

#                                         Microdeck3

#                                         Microgui

#                                         Mofit

#                                         Moheli

#                                         Next

#                                         Ops

#                                         Opta

#                                         Oroborus

#                                         Perl

#                                         Pills

#                                         Piranha

#                                         Platinum

#                                         Prune

#                                         Quiet-purple

#                                         Quinx

#                                         R9X

#                                         Redmond

#                                         RedmondXP

#                                         Retro

#                                         Silverado

#                                         Slick

#                                         Slimline

#                                         Smallscreen

#                                         Smoothwall

#                                         Symphony

#                                         Synthetic

#                                         TUX

#                                         Tabs

#                                         Tgc

#                                         Tgc-large

#                                         Today

#                                         Totem

#                                         Trench

#                                         Triviality

#                                         Tubular

#                                         Variation

#                                         Waza

#                                         Wildbush

#                                         Xfce

#

# DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE                Sets the size of icons on the desktop

# DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE                Sets the font size for desktop icons

# DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false          hide/display Trash Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=false     hide/display Removeable Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false     hide/display Filesystems Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# PANEL_AUTOHIDE=false             hide/display Panel behind Window

# PANEL_PAGER=false                hide/display The workspace switcher

# PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY           If enabled, the systray will be to the left of the clock

# PANEL_USER=false                 Show the logged in user at the far right of the start bar

# XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"    Put the startbar at the bottom of the screen instead of the top

# XFWM4_START_TITLE="Start"        Change the text displayed on the start button

# XFWM4_START_ICON="freerdp"       Change the icon displayed on the start button

 

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_SATURATION=1.0

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_THEME=Xfce

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=38

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

 

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=firefox

#SESSION_#_FIREFOX_HOMEPAGE=http://thinstation.org

 

 

#    /flag (enables flag)

#    /option:<value> (specifies option with value)

#    +toggle -toggle (enables or disables toggle, where '/' is a synonym of '+')

#

#    /v:<server>[:port]         Server hostname

#    /port:<number>             Server port

#    /w:<width>                 Width

#    /h:<height>                Height

#    /size:<width>x<height>     Screen size

#    /f                         Fullscreen mode

#    /bpp:<depth>               Session bpp (color depth)

#    /kbd:0x<layout id> or <layout name>        Keyboard layout

#    /kbd-list                  List keyboard layouts

#    /kbd-type:<type id>        Keyboard type

#    /kbd-subtype:<subtype id>  Keyboard subtype

#    /kbd-fn-key:<function key count>   Keyboard function key count

#    /admin                     Admin (or console) session

#    /multimon                  Use multiple monitors

#    /workarea                  Use available work area

#    /monitors:<0,1,2...>       Select monitors to use

#    /monitor-list              List detected monitors

#    /t:<title>                 Window title

#    +decorations (default:off) Window decorations

#    +smart-sizing (default:off)        Scale remote desktop to window size

#    /a                         Addin

#    /vc                        Static virtual channel

#    /dvc                       Dynamic virtual channel

#    /u:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>]  Username

#    /p:<password>              Password

#    /d:<domain>                Domain

#    /g:<gateway>[:port]        Gateway Hostname

#    /gu:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>] Gateway username

#    /gp:<password>             Gateway password

#    /gd:<domain>               Gateway domain

#    /load-balance-info:<info string>   Load balance info

#    /app:||<alias> or <executable path>        Remote application program

#    /app-name:<app name>       Remote application name for user interface

#    /app-icon:<icon path>      Remote application icon for user interface

#    /app-cmd:<parameters>      Remote application command-line parameters

#    /app-file:<file name>      File to open with remote application

#    /app-guid:<app guid>       Remote application GUID

#    +compression (default:off) Compression

#    /shell                     Alternate shell

#    /shell-dir                 Shell working directory

#    /sound                     Audio output (sound)

#    /microphone                Audio input (microphone)

#    /audio-mode                Audio output mode

#    /multimedia                Redirect multimedia (video)

#    /network                   Network connection type

#    /drive                     Redirect drive

#    +drives (default:off)      Redirect all drives

#    +home-drive (default:off)  Redirect home drive

#    +clipboard (default:off)   Redirect clipboard

#    /serial                    Redirect serial device

#    /parallel                  Redirect parallel device

#    /smartcard                 Redirect smartcard device

#    /printer                   Redirect printer device

#    /usb                       Redirect USB device

#    +multitouch (default:off)  Redirect multitouch input

#    /echo                      Echo channel

#    +fonts (default:off)       Smooth fonts (ClearType)

#    +aero (default:off)        Desktop composition

#    +window-drag (default:off) Full window drag

#    +menu-anims (default:off)  Menu animations

#    -themes (default:on)       Themes

#    -wallpaper (default:on)    Wallpaper

#    /gdi:<sw|hw>               GDI rendering

#    /rfx                       RemoteFX

#    /rfx-mode:<image|video>    RemoteFX mode

#    /frame-ack:<number>        Frame acknowledgement

#    /nsc                       NSCodec

#    /jpeg                      JPEG codec

#    /jpeg-quality:<percentage> JPEG quality

#    -nego (default:on)         protocol security negotiation

#    /sec:<rdp|tls|nla|ext>     force specific protocol security

#    -sec-rdp (default:on)      rdp protocol security

#    -sec-tls (default:on)      tls protocol security

#    -sec-nla (default:on)      nla protocol security

#    +sec-ext (default:off)     nla extended protocol security

#    /cert-name:<name>          certificate name

#    /cert-ignore               ignore certificate

#    /pcb:<blob>                Preconnection Blob

#    /pcid:<id>                 Preconnection Id

#    /vmconnect:<vmid>          Hyper-V console (use port 2179, disable negotiation)

#    -authentication (default:on)       authentication (hack!)

#    -encryption (default:on)   encryption (hack!)

#    -grab-keyboard (default:on)        grab keyboard

#    -toggle-fullscreen (default:on)    Alt+Ctrl+Enter toggles fullscreen

#    -mouse-motion (default:on) mouse-motion

#    /parent-window:<window id> Parent window id

#    -bitmap-cache (default:on) bitmap cache

#    -offscreen-cache (default:on)      offscreen bitmap cache

#    -glyph-cache (default:on)  glyph cache

#    /codec-cache:<rfx|nsc|jpeg>        bitmap codec cache

#    -fast-path (default:on)    fast-path input/output

#    /max-fast-path-size:<size> maximum fast-path update size

#    +async-input (default:off) asynchronous input

#    +async-update (default:off)        asynchronous update

#    +async-transport (default:off)     asynchronous transport (unstable)

#    +async-channels (default:off)      asynchronous channels (unstable)

#    /wm-class:<class name>     set the WM_CLASS hint for the window instance

#    /version                   print version

#    /help                      print help

#    /play-rfx:<pcap file>      Replay rfx pcap file

#    +auth-only (default:off)   Authenticate only.

 

 

# The /bpp: option here specifies the color depth

# Note certain servers support certain color depths, wrong settings with this

# may cause your connection to fail.

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Donald"

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:user /p:password /bpp:16"

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

# /u:'' gives a blank user name

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Road Runner"

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:'' /bpp:8"

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

#Example on USB and CD redirection for freerdp

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Remote Desktop"

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="+drives /multimedia /rfx +fonts +aero"

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

FREERDP_SELECT_SERVER=true

FREERDP_SERVER_0="1 Big_Bad_Server_Donald"

FREERDP_SERVER_0_OPTIONS="-sec-nla"

FREERDP_KNOWN_HOST_0="Big_Bad_Server_Donald 7a:a4:af:8a:98:da:50:52:ba:33:8d:e6:15:4e:49:7b:b3"

FREERDP_SERVER_1="2 Big_Bad_Server_Road_Runner"

FREERDP_SERVER_1_OPTIONS="-sec-nla /cert-ignore"

 

 

#       Various Options for controlling icon preferences

#ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER    Attempts to save space by compositing icon themes

#                               on top of each other from first to last. The last

#                               theme specified should be the most significant.

#

#ICONS_CUT_SIZES                Should save some space by dropping some rarely

#                               used icon sizes like scalable and 256x256

#

#ICONS_THEME                    Sets a specific theme to the default when multiple

#                               themes are included. Don't use with COMPOSITE_THEME

 

 

ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER="gnome Tango Neu"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

#ICONS_THEME=Neu

##

# --- X Server Options

#

# SCREEN_RESOLUTION       Screen resolutions available in the workstations

# SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH      Number of bits per pixel (8,16,24), just use ONE value

# SCREEN_HORIZSYNC        Monitor horizontal sync frequency in Khz.

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

# SCREEN_VERTREFRESH      Monitor vertical refresh frecuency in Hz.

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

#                      

#                         Screen Saver Settings

# SCREEN_BLANK_TIME       Minutes to X session goes blank

# SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into standby mode

# SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into suspend mode

# SCREEN_OFF_TIME         Minutes to X session turn off

# DONT_VT_SWITCH_STATE    If true, don't allow vt switching in X

# DONT_ZAP_STATE          If true, don't allow hot key exit from X

#

# MOUSE_PROTOCOL          Mouse protocol type (Microsoft, PS/2, etc.)

#                         (mouse is autodetected, use this only if it fails)

# MOUSE_DEVICE            Mouse device:  /dev/ttyS0 -> COM1

#                                   /dev/ttyS1 -> COM2

#                                   /dev/ttyS2 -> COM3

#                                   /dev/ttyS3 -> COM4

#                                   /dev/psaux -> PS/2 mouse port

#                                   /dev/input/mice -> USB mouse (needs USB package)

# MOUSE_RESOLUTION        Mouse resolution

# MOUSE_ACCELERATION      Mouse acceleration

# X_NUMLOCK               Set numlock state on boot

# X_COOKIE                Will set X Cookie if specified

 

 

SCREEN_RESOLUTION="800x600 | 1024x768 | 640x480 | *"

SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24"

#SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-64 | *"

#SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-87 | 60 | 56 | 70 | 72 | 75"

SCREEN_BLANK_TIME=10

SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME=20

SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME=30

SCREEN_OFF_TIME=60

#MOUSE_PROTOCOL=PS/2

#MOUSE_DEVICE=/dev/psaux

MOUSE_RESOLUTION=100

#MOUSE_ACCELERATION=1/2

X_COOKIE=36d71ab65c10ef065702c111a3d31593

#X_NUMLOCK=Off

 

 

 

 

##

# -- Advanced XServer Options - Experts Only

# X_DRIVER_NAME           Driver for X, this will override the autodetection scripts

# X_DRIVER_BUSID          Screen Card BusID

# X_<SECTION>_OPTIONn   Where <SECTION>=SERVERFLAGS,SERVERLAYOUT,MODULES,FILES,DRI,DEVICE,MONITOR,SCREEN,MODES

# X_DEVICE_OPTION1-9    Addditional options for driver

# X_MONITOR_OPTION1-9   Addditional options for monitor

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE    Add user defined ModeLine

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE1-9 Add more user defined ModeLines

# X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1-9  Add keyboard options

# X_MOUSE_OPTION1-9     Add mouse options

# USE_XRANDR            Use xrandr to set diplay size and orientation

# XRANDR_OPTIONS        Specific options to pass to xrandr instead of just the bootresolution

# -- Advanced Options - Experts Only

#X_DRIVER_NAME="mga"

#X_DRIVER_BUSID="PCI:1:0:0"

 

 

X_DEVICE_OPTION1="swcursor On"

USE_XRANDR=TRUE

#XRANDR_OPTIONS="-s 1680x1050"

#X_DEVICE_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"

#X_DEVICE_OPTION3="noDDC Off"

#X_DEVICE_OPTION4="UseBios Off"

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1="XkbModel pc98"

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION2="XkbLayout nec/jp,us"

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION3="XkbOptions grp:alt_shift_toggle"

#X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"

#X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"

#X_MONITOR_MODELINE='"1680x1050" 146.2 1680 1784 1960 2240 1050 1053 1059 1089 -HSync -VSync'

 

 

##

# -- Card Reader Options

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT           # Specify port for serial card, not needed for USB

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE           # Can be SERIAL or USB

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT="/dev/ttyS0"

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE="USB"

 

 

 

##

# --- Samba Options

#

# SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED    Enable Samba Server Daemons, On/Off

# SAMBA_SECURITY          Type of security, USER, DOMAIN, SERVER

# SAMBA_SERVER            Server for security

# SAMBA_WINS              Server Name to Enable Samba to be a WINS Client

# SAMBA_HARDDISK          Enable Harddrive support, On/Off

# SAMBA_CDROM             Enable CDRom Support, On/Off

# SAMBA_FLOPPY            Enable Floppy Support, On/Off

# SAMBA_PRINTER           Enable Printer Support, On/Off

# SAMBA_USB               Enable USB Support, On/Off

 

 

#SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED=Off

#SAMBA_WORKGROUP=BigPeople

#SAMBA_SECURITY=Server

#SAMBA_SERVER=BadMan

#SAMBA_WINS=BadMan

#SAMBA_HARDDISK=Off

#SAMBA_CDROM=On

#SAMBA_FLOPPY=On

#SAMBA_PRINTER=On

#SAMBA_USB=Off

 

 

 

 

##

# --- PKG Options

#

# PKG_PACKAGES       Choice of packages to download for PKG

#                    You can also use PKG_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

# PKG_PREFIX         Download PKGs from a subdir of /tftpboot or PKG Path if PKG_PATH

#                    is set in thinstation.conf

# PKG_PATH           Path to PKG files if not using tftpboot

#                    Floppy: /mnt/floppy

#                    CD-ROM: /mnt/cdrom

#                    HD:     /mnt/disc/hdX/part1   (first disc, first partition)

#                    NFS:    /mnt/nfs

#                    Samba:  /mnt/smb

# MOD_PACKAGES       Choice of modules to download for MPKG

#                    You can also use MOD_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

# MOD_PREFIX         Downloads and insmod's a module from a subdir of /tftpboot

#                    if MOD_PREFIX is set in thinstation.conf

 

 

#PKG_PACKAGES="blackbox rxvt"

#PKG_PREFIX=pkg

#PKG_PATH=/mnt/cdrom

#MOD_PACKAGES="usb-hid usb-storage"

#MOD_PREFIX=modules

 

 

 

 

##

# --- Networking Options

#

# NET_HOSTNAME           Hostname to use if not using a thinstation.hosts file, note

#                        that the machine MAC address will replace any * if used.

# NET_SMTP_SERVER        Email server address for error logs

# NET_SMTP_EMAIL         Email address of administrator

# NET_TIME_SERVER        Time server on network with which to sync. NTP Time Server. Recommend <country code>.pool.ntp.org

# NET_TELNETD            Enables built-in telnetd server package

# NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM List of hostnames/ip address accepted by the server

#                        for remote control, used by telnetd and www packages

# NET_USE                Sets which interfaces to try and enable at boot time

#                        LAN  Only try and initialize wired interfaces

#                        WLAN Only try and initialize wireless interfaces (You still need to set other parameters)

#                        BOTH Try and enable all interfaces

#

# -- Mounting networked filesystems --

#

# NET_NFS_SERVER         This is the path to the NFS server, ie

#                        server:/path/to/share.

# NET_SMB_SERVER         This is the path to the SMB server, ie

#                        server:/path/to/share.

# NET_SMB_WORKGROUP      Workgroup of samba server

# NET_SMB_USER           This is the username for SMB mounts, password is

#                        defined at build time in build.conf

# NET_LINKWAIT           Amount of time to wait for a link.

 

 

NET_LINKWAIT=6

NET_USE=BOTH

#NET_HOSTNAME=donald

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TIME_SERVER=pool.ntp.org

NET_DHCP_TIMEOUT=30

#NET_SMTP_SERVER=donald

#NET_SMTP_EMAIL=[hidden email]

#NET_TIME_SERVER=mickey

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=On

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="duck.quak.org.au 192.168.0.0 .disney.us"

#NET_NFS_SERVER=bigserver:/opt/thinstation

#NET_SMB_USER=duck

 

 

 

 

# -- For use in thinstation.conf.buildtime only:

#

# NET_USE_DHCP           Enable DHCP Resolution

#                        ON     Use DHCP, fail if it doesn't get a lease

#                        OFF    Don't use DHCP, manual configuration required

#                        BOTH   Use DHCP in first instance, failing to get a lease, try manual config

# NET_IP_ADDRESS         IP Address of client

# NET_MASK               Network mask of client

# NET_GATEWAY            IP Address of gateway

# NET_DHCP_DELAY         Delay before continuing script after bringing up interface, only needed if

#                        using spanning tree "port discovery" in a switched environment.  Default is 0 seconds.

# NET_FILE_METHOD        Method to download files, ie scp or tftp, scp is only available if package ssh

#                        is selected in build as a "package".

# NET_FILE_ENABLED       Use server for config file, On/Off

# NET_FILE_USER          User to connect to SCP server as

# NET_FILE_ALTERNATE     Alternate server for vmware or non-standard dhcp servers

# NET_DNS1               DNS Server 1

# NET_DNS2               DNS Server 2

# NET_DNS_SEARCH         Default DNS domain to search

 

 

#NET_USE_DHCP=Off

#NET_IP_ADDRESS=192.168.0.1

#NET_MASK=255.255.255.0

#NET_GATEWAY=192.168.0.254

#NET_DHCP_DELAY=30

#NET_FILE_ENABLED=Off

#NET_FILE_METHOD=tftp

#NET_FILE_USER=not_needed_for_tftp

#NET_FILE_ALTERNATE=192.168.0.4

#NET_DNS1=192.168.0.2

#NET_DNS2=192.168.0.3

#NET_DNS_SEARCH=cartoons.org.nz

 

 

 

 

##

# --- Networking Options (NetworkManager)

### PROTOCOL INDEPENDENT  

#

## Maximum transmission unit (for either IPv4 or 6)

# NET_MTU=1480         

#

#

### IPV4

#

## IPv4 interface mode: auto->DHCP,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      disabled: interface disabled

# NET_IPV4_MODE=auto|manual|disabled

#

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#

## Additional static IP addresses

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS2=

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY2=

#

## DNS server(s) to use

# NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

# NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#   or

# NET_IPV4_DNS="74.82.42.42;78.82.42.43"

#

## DNS search suffix 

# NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=somedomain.org

#

## Routes

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_IP=171.20.20.0/24

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_GW=170.20.20.32

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_METRIC=

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE2_IP=....

#

#

### IPV6

#

## IPv6 interface mode: auto->stateless autoconfiguration,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      dhcp->stateful DHCP configuration

##                      disabled: interface disabled

##

## NET_IPV6_MODE=auto|manual|dhcp|disabled

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

##

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv4

#NET_IPV4_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

#NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

#NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=google.com

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv6

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

 

# NM System Connection Config - Protocol-independent

#NET_MTU=1480

 

 

##

# --- Wireless

#

#WIRELESS_ESSID             # ESSID (extended network name) : My Network, any

#WIRELESS_NWID              # NWID/Domain (cell identifier) : 89AB, 100, off

#WIRELESS_MODE              # Operation mode : Ad-Hoc, Managed, Master, Repeater, Secondary, auto

#WIRELESS_FREQ              # 2.422G, 2.46G (frequency)

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL           # 1, 2, 3 (channel)

#WIRELESS_SENS              # Sensitivity (cell size + roaming speed) : 1, 2, 3 ; -70 (dBm)

#WIRELESS_RATE              # Bit rate : auto, 1M, 11M

#WIRELESS_RTS               # RTS threshold : off, 500

#WIRELESS_FRAG              # Fragmentation threshold : off, 1000

#WIRELESS_IWCONFIG          # Other iwconfig parameters : power off, ap 01:23:45:67:89:AB

#WIRELESS_IWSPY             # iwspy parameters : + 01:23:45:67:89:AB

#WIRELESS_IWPRIV            # iwpriv parameters : set_port 2, set_histo 50 60

#WIRELESS_KEY               # Encryption key : 4567-89AB-CD, s:password

#WIRELESS_WPAKEY            # WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key (PSK): at least 8 ASCII characters

#WIRELESS_DRIVER            # Driver name for WPA/WPA2 support

 

 

WIRELESS_ESSID="ssid"

WIRELESS_NWID=""

WIRELESS_MODE="managed"

#WIRELESS_FREQ=""

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL=""

#WIRELESS_SENS=""

#WIRELESS_RATE=""

#WIRELESS_RTS=""

#WIRELESS_FRAG=""

WIRELESS_IWCONFIG=""

WIRELESS_IWSPY=""

WIRELESS_IWPRIV=""

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

WIRELESS_KEY="abcdef"

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

WIRELESS_DRIVER=wext

 

 

# RADIUS Configuration

#

# WIRED_SUPPLICANT=true

#

# RADIUS_ID=""                  A valid Radius ID

# RADIUS_PSK=""                 A valid Radius PSK

# or

# CUSTOM_SUPPLICANT_CONF=""     Path to wpa_supplicant.conf file

 

 

RADIUS_ID="BOB"

RADIUS_PSK="I'm a little tea pot"

 

 

 

 

##

# --- Permanent Storage Options

#

# STORAGE_PATH           Path to where storage device is mounted to save

#                        profile settings.  This should be one of

#                        /mnt/usbdevice/sdX/partX or disc

#                        /mnt/floppy

#                        /mnt/disc/hdX/partX

#                        /mnt/nfs

#                        /mnt/smb

#

#                        Note that the profile settings are stored under

#                        a subfolder for this path.  So the path to the

#                        stored settings would be something like

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile

#                        See the FAQ on the website for more details on this

#

#                        Also checkout README.IMPORTANT for the valid

#                        config files which you can place here

#                        a typical file to store config file settings is

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile/thinstation.conf.user

#

#                        Also note that the .profile can be changed by using

#                        the below STORAGE_PREFIX

# STORAGE_PREFIX         This is prefex for the folder name to store settings

#                        in on the storage device.   You can also use one of the

#                        special characters below.

#

#                        M = Mac Address

#                        H = Hostname

#                        I = Ip Address

#

#                        Note default prefix for storing the profile is

#                        .profile

# STORAGE_CONFIG1-8      This is the path for any user defined settings

#                        which will always override the profile path above

#                        The files are tried on order on each device specified

 

 

 

 

#STORAGE_PATH=/mnt/nfs

#STORAGE_PREFIX=H

#STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/floppy

#STORAGE_CONFIG2=/mnt/cdrom

#STORAGE_CONFIG3=/mnt/disc/hda/part1

#STORAGE_CONFIG4=/mnt/usbdevice/sda/part1

 

 

 

##

#**** EXPERIMENTAL ****

# Dual Head Support

#

# This allows two seperate X sessions to be started with seperate input devices.  This allows

# effectively two seperate machines within the same PC.  You will need seperate screen cards

# to enable this.  It is best to use with 1 AGP card and 1 PCI card.

 

# Check out http://www.ltn.lv/~aivils/eng-video.html for a list of known compatable screen cards

 

# Input Device support should be:

#

# Primary mouse and keyboard PS/2

# Secondary mouse and keyboard USB

#

# There is some basic detection scripts for this, but these will need to be improved in TS 3.0.

# If thinstation doesn't detect both a USB keyboard and mouse it will default back to dual

# screen support, not dual head.

#

# This is not considered stable.  If you exit the session, or try to change to a console screen

# with Alt-F1 etc... it will probably crash the machine.  If it doesn't work with your hardware

# there is nothing that can be done about it.

 

# The kernel Advanced Power Management module is disabled when using dual screen as it causes the

# second screen to crash.

 

# Note the below option only supports 1-2, anything more than two won't work.  This is provided

# for future development, to create a machine with more than two seperate sessions.

 

# SESSION_#_SCREEN_POSITION 1-X When using dual screen support you can specify the position

#                               of each session.  This allows to seperate sessions to be on

#                               seperate screens.  If only 1 session is in use, this option will

#                               make no differnece.  You can specify between 1+ positions

 

 

 


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Re: ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

Андрій Варцаб'юк

I have the same on branch 5.4-stable. No problem with master branch master, with kernel 4.19

12 трав. 2016 15:26 "David Pollard" <[hidden email]> пише:

Hi Guys,

I tried one of the live cd demo’s recently and it worked very well.

As a proof of concept, I booted my workstation from a USB stick and connect to my remote desktop server and after a bit of fiddling around I could configure all the settings I needed and the response times on the workstation were quite acceptable.  So I know what I want to do is possible.

 

Of course when I rebooted from the CD again I have to reconfigure my settings.

  

Next I downloaded and configured a ThinstationDev environment.  This has gone well as also. I did a generic build on the server and started with the example build.conf and thinstation.conf.network and my workstation now does a PXE boot in under 30 seconds. However when I get to the Client GUI I receive the message.

 

“The Network Connection has been Disconnected”

 

My problem is I can’t figure out how to include the network drivers.  I have read the FAQ and the notes in the conf files and I’m just missing something.

Must be an extremely common bump to run into and I’m surprised I can’t find a step by step guide that covers this.

 

I’m not sure quite how to tell what version my ThinstationDev environment is.

The version number I wrote down when I installed a few weeks ago was 5.4.2 (0503) and I have just run the Update option from within the GUI.

 

I ran the ./build from the build environment and it succeeded.

 

Here are my configuration files.

build.conf and

thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot/thinstation.conf.network

 

No change to thinstation.conf.buildtime and I don’t have any other conf files in the pxe/boot folder.

 

It would be good if I could include all the networks drivers just like the demo boot cd and then start to exclude stuff I don’t need to make the image smaller and boot faster.

 

The network card is a BroadCom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which is on the motherboard of a Dell Optiplex 360.

 

Any ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

David

 

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build# cat build.conf

################################################

### ---     Thinstation Build Config     --- ###

################################################

#

#

# This is Thinstation s basic setup file. In this file you decide which

# hardware, programs and features to be included in the Thinstation

# boot image generated by running "./build".

#

# You can customize/limit the possibilities in the thinstation.conf

# files later.

#

# Anything after a "#" is a comment. You activate "things" by removing

# the "#" and remove "things" by putting a "#" in front of them.

#

# First we define which modules to include. Modules are hardware

# drivers. NEVER include more than necessary - the more modules, the

# longer boot time.

 

########################################################

### --- Machine Modules to include in boot image --- ###

########################################################

# A machine profile is a set of modules for a specific set of hardware

# components like a thinclient with adapters. It does not include any

# filesystem modules, those need to be selected individualy. Making a

# a machine profile is a two step process. First you will need to make

# an allmodules build like "./build --allmodules" with the extensions-x

# package included. Once the client machine is booted with that image

# you can open and xterm or telnet in and run "hwlister.sh". hwlister.sh

# will compile some lists and attempt to post them to the pxe server assigned

# to the client. If the pxe server is this workstation and you are hosting

# files directly out of this build env, you can then run

# "./mkmachine SOME-MODEL" and the files will be put into the machine folder

# under that model name. Now all you have to do is add a line to this file

# like "machine SOME-MODEL" and you will no longer have to make

# allmodules builds. If this is not the pxe server, you will have to

# move stuff around on your own, but the most important files are

# modules.list and firmware.list.

 

################################################

### --- Modules to include in boot image --- ###

################################################

# Any modules may be added as "module" or "module_pkg".

# If defined as a "module", the driver is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "module_pkg", the driver is added from outside the

# image, such as from a tftp server.  See note below for more details.

#

# Normally you should use "module".  Only use "module_pkg" if you want

# to dynamically load modules.

# Note: If you create a module_pkg network driver, and decide to load it

#       from a tftp server, it won t work.  This is because the image

#       won t have a network driver to get the module_pkg in the first

#       place.

 

#!Hardware

#!!Machine module list

#machine m704                           # Gigabyte m704 Rover PC

#machine WYSE9150se                     # WYSE 9150se Thin Client

#machine NT-A3500                       # Foxconn AMD E-350 Barebone

#machine NT-535                         # Foxconn Intel D525 Barebone

#machine Dell-FX170                     # Dell FX170 D525 Atom Machine

machine VMWare                          # A good set of modules for a VmWare Virtual Machine

#machine Virtualbox-4.1                 # A good set of modules for a Virtualbox Virtual Machine

#machine VIA-Epia-CLE266                # VIA Epia/Eden based on the the CLE266 chip. Rather common in thin clients a few years old

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented the following line

machine classic_generic         # Big list of modules that you can choose by unremarking them

 

#machine IGEL-M300C                     # Igel CX700 Via

#machine HP-t5135                       # HP CX700 Via

 

#!!Wireless Stuff

#package wpa_supplicant

#package wireless

#package wifi-connect

#!!!Misc Modules

 

# 12May15 DJP Added the following line

module bnx2                     # Broadcom NetXtremeII support

 

#!!Filesystem Support

# Every mounted device needs a filesystem, so choose which ones you need.

module usb-storage

#module autofs4                 # Automount and autofs support

module isofs                    # ISO9960 file system support for CDRoms

module udf                      # CDRom UDF file system support

module vfat                     # Fat and VFat file system support

#module ntfs                    # NTFS file system support

#module ext2                    # Ext2 file system support

#module ext3                    # Ext3 file system support

module ext4                     # Ext4 file system support

#module nfs                     # NFS file system support

#module cifs                    # CIFS support (use either this or smbfs - not both)

 

#!!Video Support

module vgastate                 # Needed by via_chrome9

module via_chrome9              # Driver for via VX900 (replace openchrome)

 

 

#################################################

### --- Packages to include in boot image --- ###

#################################################

 

# A package is a program or utility.

# Any packages may be added as "package" or "pkg".

# If defined as a "package", the program is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "pkg", the program is added from outside the image.

# Normally, you should use "package".  Only use "pkg" if you want to

# dynamically load programs.

 

 

# --- Packages to include in boot image

# --- Packages below may be "package" or "pkg"

#!!Miscellaneous

package aufs                    # This is needed in order for squashfs compression mode to work.

#package ts-classic              # The classic ts logic for network/netfiles/hostname/mounting/telnetd/telnet/playcd

#package automount

package udisks

package networkmanager

#package udisks-glue

package ntp                     # Utility to obtain date & time from network

#package sound-esd              # Enable sound-esd or sound-nasd if you want to be able to control

#package sound-nasd             #  sound on your thin client from another computer or

                                #  your remote session.

package alsa

package gnome-media

#package gnome-network-properties

package gnome-core

package volumeicon

#package kismet

package gst-plugins-base

package gst-plugins-good

#package crystalhd

#package libva

#package iptables               # IP Tables support

package cpufreq

#package cpuspeed

#package wine                   # Windows Application Execution Platform

 

#!!X related

# --- XOrg 7.7

#package xorg7-v4l

package xorg7-vesa              #A fallback driver that works with almost everything. Does allow resolution changes

package xorg7-vmware

package xorg7-ati               #ATI video driver for most modern ATI chipsets. Usually requires several firmwares

package xorg7-nouveau           #New opensource nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia           #Proprietary nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia_64         # Additional 64bit module

#package xorg7-openchrome       #Via Video Chipsets driver

package xorg7-intel             #Intel video driver for most modern chipsets except the GMA3500/3600

#package xorg7-sis

package xorg7-via               #Via driver for VX900 chipset, replaces the openchrome one

 

#!!Locale or localization files for keyboard and fonts.  (Language/Country)

package locale-cs_CZ  # Czech

package locale-da_DK  # Danish

package locale-de_DE  # German

package locale-en_GB  # English-Great Britain

package locale-en_US  # English-US

package locale-es_ES  # Spanish

package locale-fi_FI  # Finnish

package locale-fr_BE  # French Belgium

package locale-fr_CA  # French Canadian

package locale-fr_CH  # French Switzerland

package locale-fr_FR  # French

package locale-hr_HR  # Croation

package locale-hu_HU  # Hungarian

package locale-it_IT  # Italian

package locale-ja_JP  # Japanese

package locale-nb_NO  # Norwegian (bokmål)

package locale-pl_PL  # Polish

package locale-pt_PT  # Portuguese

package locale-pt_BR  # Portuguese-Brazil

package locale-ru_RU  # Russian

package locale-sv_SE  # Swedish

package locale-tr_TR  # Turkish

 

#!Applications

#!!Connection Package types.  Choose *at least* one!

package freerdp         # X RDP Client - fork of rdesktop

#package rdesktop               # X RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (ver 1.7)

#package vncviewer              # VNC client (vncviewer)

#package xorg7vnc               # Remote Control Client Workstation

#package ica                    # Citrix ICA client support

#package tarantella             # Tarantella client support

#package xnest                  # XDM in a window client

#package urxvt                  # Light Xterm Client (vt102)

#package xterm                  # Xterm Client (vt220)

#package ssh                    # Secure Shell client

#package tn5250                 # 5250 terminal emulator

#package dillo                  # Dillo light web browser

#package thinlinc               # Cendio ThinLinc client support

#package nx                     # No Machine NX client

#package 2x                     # 2X client

#package java                   # Java runtime

#package firefox_lowmem         # Firefox 3 for low resource machines

package firefox                 # Firefox current Web Browser

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented (Package Download failed during ./build)

#package chrome                 # Google Chrome Web Browser

#package kiosk                  # Rkiosk Plugin for Firefox

#package flash_lowmem           # Flash 9 browser plugin for firefox and low resource machines

#package flash                  # Flash Current

#package filezilla              # FileZilla FTP Client for X

#package git                    # GIT Version Control System

#package gparted                # Gnome Partition Manager

package open-vm-tools

#package medit                  # Notepad

#package mplayer                # DVD and video player

#package vmview                 # VMware Open-View Client, no PCoIP

#package vmviewpcoip            # VMware Open-View Client, PCOIP

#package xbmc                   # XBMC Media Center for X

#package evince                 # X PDF Viewer

 

#!!Window Managers. Choose no more than 1 window manager.

# Not needed if you don t want to manage windows.

#package openbox                # A spartin clean/fast window manager.

#package xdesktop-kiosk         # A locked down desktop kiosk using the openbox wm (See packages/xdesktop-kiosk/build/conf for

                                # more help.

#package icewm                  # "ICEWM" window manager.  Makes TS a light workstation.

#package icewm-theme-xp

#package icewm-themes           # Extra IceWM themes

#package icewm-theme-bernstein

#package icewm-theme-bluecrux

#package icewm-theme-liquid

 

package xfwm4

#package xfwm4-extra

package xfce4-power-manager

package terminal                # Terminal emulator for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

package thunar                  # File Manager for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

 

#!!Window Manager Utils

#package idle-shutdown          # Package that lets you specify automatic shutdown settings and logic.

#package wbar                   # Adds icons to desktop

#package idesk

 

#!!Other services

#package www                    # Web access to client.  From a browser: "http://<IP number>"

                                #  The standard page is for general user settings, administrative access

                                #  is on port 6800.

#package lp_server              # Remote printing daemon (JetDirect compatible)

#package lpr                    # LPR Print Server, for use with samba-server package

#package lprng                  # LPRng Print Server, supports network based printing

package cups

#package sshd                   # Dropbear secure shell server

#package tftpd                  # Built in tftpd server. Useful for making a tftpserver

                                #  for thinstation on a WAN over a slow link.

#package samba-server           # Samba server FS Support, allows you to share

                                #  local floppy/cdrom/hd/printer to other Windows

                                #  PCs. Needs supermount for removeable media.

package samba-client            # Samba smbclient, gives a shell like environment to access an samba server

#package hdupdate               # Package for updating TS images on a hardisk over a network connection

#package scp                    # Add ability to download files over internet using scp.  This package

                                #  adds some networking based options for downloading configuration files or

                                #  in using hdupdate package.

#package openvpn                # OpenVPN Client Support

 

 

#!!PCSCD Card Readers

#package gemplus410             # Card reader Gemplus 410 (Serial) and Gemplus 430 (USB)

#package ccidreader             # Generic USB card reader

 

 

#!!Miscellaneous

package gtk-2.0                 # Full gtk-2.0 plus clearlooks theme

package icons-cursor            # Anti Aliased Mouse Cursor Theme

package icons-hicolor           # Hi-Color icons for some applications and themes. Does not really contain any icons.

package icons-gnome             # gnome Hi-Color icons theme. Needed by most other icon themes.

#package icons-tango             # tango Hi-Color icons theme

#package icons-neu               # neu Hi-Color icons theme

#package fonts-misc

#package fonts-jis-misc         # Japanese Industrial

#package fonts-util

#package fonts-cyrillic

#package fonts-Speedo-Bitstream

package fonts-TTF-BH            # This one works nicely most of the time and is small.

package fonts-TTF-vera

#package fonts-TTF-MS           # Fonts for rendering documents developed on the MS Platform.

                            # Might want to talk to a lawyer before using these.

package fonts-TTF-liberation

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-75dpi-BH

#package fonts-75dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-75dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-100dpi-BH

#package fonts-100dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-100dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-Type1-BH

#package fonts-Type1-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-IBM

#package fonts-Type1-xfree86

#package lshw                   # list hardware

#package e3                     # Basic vi like Editor

#package rox                    # Basic File Manager

#package debug                  # metapackage to include other debugging packages and stop during bootup to check things.

#package extensions             # Adds various shell commands, will increase image size.

#package extensions-x           # Adds various utility s for the X Environment !!!! INCLUDES hwlister.sh !!!!

#package eGalax                 # eGalax TouchKit Drivers/Utility for serial and usb touchscreens by EETI.

#package installer              # Wipes a drive, makes partitions and downloads thinstation from a pxe server

#package devstation             # Starts a tftp server that hosts files from the boot-images/pxe folder

 

# Parameters

########################################

### --- Miscellaneous Parameters --- ###

########################################

#!!Basic

 

#param fastboot       true              # Mangles the filesystem a special way as to improve boot spead and reduce

                                        # memory utilization. Cool/Dangerous . Harder to dubug other packages. (Finishing Touch)

                                        # Set to 'true' to enable or 'lotsofmem' for slightly slower booting but no squash lag on app launch.

#param tsuser         tsuser            # Name of the user that thinstation will run as. Needs userauto package.

#param tsuserpasswd   pleasechangeme    # Do Change! Console/telnet password for non-root

 

param rootpasswd     pleasechangeme     # Do Change!  Console/telnet password for root

                                        # If this is enabled, Telnetd will be enabled.

param xorgvncpasswd  pleasechangeme     # VNC Access Password

param storagepasswd  pleasechangeme             # Password for storage server

param dialuppasswd   pleasechangeme             # Password for dialin account

param sambapasswd    pleasechangeme             # Password for samba shares when using user mode security

#param kernelcmdline "radeon.modeset=0"         # Add additional kernel command lines. e.g. disable radeon framebuffer

#param stripelf       yes                       # Strip extraneous information from elf binaries (Maybe not Safe)

#param acpisupport    disable                   # Tells the kernel not to load acpi modules. (Breaks some Intel Chipsets if disabled)

#param uvesafb        disable                   # Disable uvesafb (legacy option like modesetfb)

#param extra_vid      LVDS-1:d                  # Add an extra video= parameter to kernel cmd line (good for disabling outputs on video cards)

param bootlogo       true                       # Enable or Disable the use of the Boot splash.

param boottheme      default                    # Backgound picture during boot

#param splash        verbose                    # kernel splash setting (0=off, silent or verbose (default=silent)

param splash         silent

param fbmtrr         0                          # MTRR value for uvesafb (default = 0, 4 is the best) grep your log to make sure you have not set it to high

#param fbnocrtc      true                       # This is usually a good thing.

param fbsm           ywrap                      # Window scrolling method (redraw, ypan, ywrap) ywrap is best, but may not work correctly for all people

#param fbvtotal       16                        # Override Video Bios Reported Memory in MB

#param fbmaxhf        67                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Horizontal Frequency

#param fbmaxvf        61                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Vertical Frequency

#param fbmaxclk       155                               # Override Video Negotiated Max Clock Frequency

#param fbnoedid       true                              # Don t do video edid

#param bootresolution 1024x600-32                       # Resolution used during Thinstation boot.

#param bootresolution 1024x768-32                        # You can wright your own resolution mode here, if you know it.

#param bootresolution 1152x864-32

param bootresolution 1280x768-32

#param bootresolution 1366x768-32                       # Otherwise, you may want to refer to the vbe_modes.list you created with hwlister.sh

#param bootresolution 1280x1024-32                      # for modes that your card supports.

#param bootresolution 1400x900-32                       # It is also used by xrandr if no xrandr options are specified.

#param bootresolution 1680x1050-32

#param bootresolution 1920x1080-32

#param bootresolution 1400x1050-32

 

param desktop file:./backgrounds/Hive_Lite.jpg          # Custom image to load as desktop background

param defaultconfig  thinstation.conf.buildtime         # The file with default setup.  No other config file is found

                                                        #  during boot.

param basename       thinstation                        # Used for all config/tftp/scp file names

param basepath       ts5.4                              # Used to determine path to tftp/scp files

param baseurl        http://www.doncuppjr.net           # Used to determine url to wget files

#param keyfile        ./id_rsa                          # Path for private key file used for ssh/scp

#param knownhosts     ./known_hosts                     # Path for ssh known_hosts file for ssh/scp

#param localpkgs      false                             # to determine is PKG files are to be loaded locally

#param fulllocales    true                              # Use full locale support for packages

#param icaencryption  false                             # Use ica encryption support, add 290k to image

param haltonerror    false                              # Will halt on error, default is true

param hardlinkfs     true

param sametimestmp   true                               # When enabled, the timestamps for all files and folders will be set to 00:00 of todays date in your timezone

param initrdcmd      "squashfs"                         # Compression mode and level of initrd file. none, gzip -9, lzma -9 ,bzip2 -9

param bootverbosity   3                                 # Increased vebosity when booting TS

                                                        #   0 no verbose messages

                                                        #   1 boot

                                                        #   2 network

                                                        #   4 init

                                                        #   8 kernel

                                                        #  16 modules

                                                        #  32 packages

                                                        #  64 email bootlog file to SMTP server & user set in

                                                        #     thinstation.conf file.  This will only work

                                                        #     if networking is working.

                                                        #

                                                        #  Combinations can be used (e.g. 24 does Kernel and Module Messages)

 

#!!Advanced

# Leave this alone unless you can t download (wget required on your Linux box):

param downloads         /downloads

param bootimages        "iso syslinux pxe"

param syslinuxtheme     "default"

#param httpproxy        http://192.168.1.2:8080

 

#param bootfssize     50%                               # Modify the size of the tmpfs filesystem

 

package alltimezone

param allres            true            # Includes a lot of resolution splash images for live-cd s

param allfirmware       true            # Includes a lot of firmwares for live-cd s

param blacklist snd-pcsp.ko

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot# cat thinstation.conf.network

 

###############################################

# -- Thinstation sample configuration file -- #

###############################################

#

# This file must be named "thinstation.conf<xxx>" where <xxx> can be:

# .buildtime   Defines the defaults build into the image (note the leading .)

# .network     Default global config file loaded from the TFTP server.

# .user        Config file on local storage.

# -<name>      Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal

#              "name" (e.g. thinstation.conf-paul). Requires thinstation.hosts.

# .group-<id>  Config file for a group of terminals (e.g. with printer setup

#              for those terminal with local printers. Requires thinstation.hosts.

# -<IP>        Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

#              the IP number <IP> specified (e.g. thinstation.conf-10.0.0.9).

# -<MAC>       Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

#              the MAC address specified (e.g thinstation.conf-112233445566).

 

 

##

# --- General Options

#

# AUDIO_LEVEL        Audio Level for sound, 0-100

# MIC_LEVEL          Recording level for input devices, 0-100

# LOCALE             If multiple locales are included in the image, you can use this to

#                     select one during boot with a .conf file.

# TIME_ZONE          Used to set time zone on a TS client with a zone info file. If multiple

#                      zone-info files are included, this selection can be refined with additional

#                      .conf files.

# SYSLOG_SERVER      Log server ip address or hostname.

#                    If the work "local" is used, then syslog starts logging locally

#                    If not specified syslogd is not loaded.

# USB_STORAGE_SYNC   ON    Safer writing

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

#                             before buffers have been flushed

# USB_MOUNT_DIR      Directory to use for mounting usbdisks (default: /mnt/usbdevice/)

# USB_MOUNT_USELABEL Label to use for individual usb disks

#                    default is to use the device name (eg. sda1 - /mnt/usbdevice/sda1)

#                    NO       use default ONLY

#                    YES      will use label on usb volume if exists or fallback to default

#                    <label>  will use label on usb volume if exists or <label> otherwise

#                    adds suffix of n (1,2,3,etc.) if duplicate labels found

# USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for usb devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# DISK_STORAGE_SYNC  ON    Safer writing

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

#                             before buffers have been flushed

# DISK_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for disk devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# CDROM_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for cdrom devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

# BIND_MOUNT#        A disk label to bind mount point mapping (eg. boot:/boot or home:/root)

# DAILY_REBOOT       Will reboot server if up over a day and one of the session

#                    types is closed

# AUTOPLAYCD         If enabled this will autoplay music cds when inserted.

# CUSTOM_CONFIG      Allows choosing custom boot config, On/Off

# RECONNECT_PROMPT   This displays the reconnection/shutdown options for when a session is ended

#

#                    OFF    No reconnect prompt

#                    ON     Reconnect prompt will be displayed

#                    FORCE  Just reconnect

#                    AUTO   Automatic reconnect

#                    AUTOXX Automatic reconnect attempt after XX seconds - msg is displayed

#                    MENU   Shows a menu with a shutdown and reconnection option

#                    MENUXX As MENU option, but the XX is a time period in minutes.

#                           After XX minutes shutdown will occur unless the reconnect option

#                           is choosen

# NO_SESSION         What to do in the event that all sessions have exited and not reconnected.

#                    POWEROFF  Shutdown the terminal.(default)

#                    REBOOT    Reboot the terminal.

# DEBUGPAUSE         Will pause at prompt after load of all modules and packages but before starting

#                    Only works if debug package included

#                    true       pause at prompt to allow debug

#                    false      don't pause (default)

# CRON_JOBx          Will add this crontab entry (1 - 9)

# FASTBOOT_URL       Normally fastboot will try to load lib.squash in the same way that vmlinuz and initrd

#                    were loaded. This will force fastboot to download lib.squash using a specific protocol

#                    and location

 

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=67

TIME_ZONE="America/Los_Angeles"

SYSLOG_SERVER=local

#USB_STORAGE_SYNC=On

#USB_MOUNT_DIR="/mnt/usbdevice"

#USB_MOUNT_USELABEL="Yes"

#USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS="utf8,shortname=win95"

BIND_MOUNT0="home:/root"

BIND_MOUNT1="boot:/boot"

BIND_MOUNT2="tsdev:/thinstation"

FASTBOOT_URL="http://www.thinstation.org"

DAILY_REBOOT=On

#AUTOPLAYCD=On

CUSTOM_CONFIG=Off

RECONNECT_PROMPT=On

#DEBUGPAUSE=true

 

 

##

# --- Session Defaults

# -- Default Settings for all sessions

#

# AUTOSTART             ON   Application will be executed immediately at startup

#                       OFF  Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

# WORKSPACE             Workspace in the window manager to run the application in

# ICONMODE              MANUAL  Default sessions are not created in window manager/idesk or wbar

#                       AUTO    Default sessions types are created in window manager/idesk or wbar

# ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER   Whether or not the server entry dialog box is always displayed

#                       By default, autostarted sessions have this off and menu sessions have this on

#                       OFF will disable the prompt for everything.

#                       ON will enable the prompt for everything.

# ALLOW_EXIT            Whether or not a user will be allowed to cancel the server address entry.

#                       By default, autostarted sessions will not be allowed to exit and menu sessions will.

#                       OFF will force entry for everything.

#                       ON will allow exit from everything.

 

 

WORKSPACE=1

AUTOSTART=On

ICONMODE=AUTO

ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER=Off

ALLOW_EXIT=Off

 

 

##

# --- Session Details

#

# Note:                     # is a number equal to or greater than 0

#

# SESSION_#_TITLE           Title description for SESSION. Needed for replimenu.

# SESSION_#_TYPE            Package type, choose beetwen:

#                           - vncviewer        Start vncviewer in X

#                           - rdesktop         Start rdesktop in X

#                           - x                Start x-terminal session (xdm)

#                           - xnest            Start x-terminal session (xdm) from within blackbox

#                           - ssh              Start ssh client in linux console

#                           - telnet           Start telnet client in linux console

#                           - ica              Start Citrix ICA client in X

#                           - ica_wfc          Start ICA Manager

#                           - openbox          Start openbox window manager session

#                           - icewm            Start icewm window manager session

#                           - dillo            Start Web Browser in X

#                           - tftpd            Start tftp daemon

#                           - tarantella       Start tarantella client

#                           - rxvt             Start light xterm client

#                           - xterm            Start xterm client

#                           - tn5250           Start AS400 client in linux console

#                           - nx               Start NX Client Session

# SESSION_#_AUTOSTART       ON      Application will be executed immediately at startup

#                           OFF     Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

# SESSION_#_CUSTOM_CONFIG   ON      Allows choosing custom config for when session starts

#                           OFF     Session boots normally

# SESSION_#_ICON            ON      Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

#                                   in Window Manager Main Menu

#                           SUBMENU Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

#                                   in a Submenu within the window manager

# SESSION_#_WORKSPACE       Workspace to run program on in a window manager

# SESSION_#_type_SERVER     IP address/hostname of the server

# SESSION_#_type_OPTIONS    Command line options for the session type

#

# SESSION_#_type_specific   This allows you to specify specific config file details for certain session

#                           types.  Currently support is NX and ICA.  Any configuration file setting

#                           can be changed with this setting.  An example of this is

#                           SESSION_0_NX_GENERAL_DESKTOP="Gnome"

#                           SESSION_0_ICA_APPSRV_USEFULLSCREEN="Yes"

#                           See your application manual for documentation on the settings which

#                           can be used.

 

 

# Individual Session Settings, override defaults (Likely Depricated)

#

# IMPORTANT:  Make sure you minimum have a SESSION_0. Otherwise you will get an error

# on boot. You may have additional sessions: SESSION_1, SESSION_2 ...

# SESSION_0 is on ctrl-alt-F3

# SESSION_1 is on ctrl-alt-F4

# ... etc.

 

 

##

# --- Proxy Options

#

# PROXY_HOST             DNS Name or IP Address of HTTP Proxy Server

# PROXY_PORT             TCP/IP Port to use on HTTP Proxy Server

# PROXY_IGNORE           Comma seperated list of hosts for which to bypass the proxy. "localhost,127.0.0.1/8" by default

# PROXY_USER             HTTP Proxy Authentication User

# PROXY_PASSWORD         HTTP Proxy User Password

# PROXY_USE_SAME         True/False, If enabled, HTTP Proxy settings will be used for all Protocols

# PROXY_SECURE_HOST      HTTPS Proxy Host

# PROXY_SECURE_PORT      HTTPS Proxy Port

# PROXY_SOCKS_HOST       SOCKS Proxy Host

# PROXY_SOCKS_PORT       SOCKS Proxy Port

# PROXY_FTP_HOST         FTP Proxy Host

# PROXY_FTP_PORT         FTP Proxy Port

 

 

 

 

#PROXY_HOST=192.168.1.1

#PROXY_PORT=8080

#PROXY_USE_SAME=true

#PROXY_IGNORE="localhost,127.0.0.1/8"

 

 

##

# --- Gtk Theme Engine Selection

#

# GTK_THEME              Selects the theme engine that gtk will use to

#                        render buttons and sliders. Clearlooks by default

#                        Set to ALL to include all theme engines.

#                        Available themes:

#                                         Clearlooks

#                                         Crux

#                                         Industrial

#                                         Mist

#                                         Redmond

#                                         ThinIce

#                                         Xfce   if xfwm4 package is included

 

 

 

 

GTK_THEME=Clearlooks

 

##

# XFWM4_COMPOSITING                Boolean that determines whether or not to enable

#                                  desktop compositing

# XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS                 Sets the brightness level of the background

#                                  0 by default. Range -128 to 127

# XFWM4_SATURATION                 Sets the color saturation level of the background

#                                  1.0 by default. Range -10.0 to 10.0

# XFWM4_RED                        Sets the red index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with BLUE and GREEN

# XFWM4_BLUE                       Sets the blue index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and GREEN

# XFWM4_GREEN                      Sets the green index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and BLUE

#

# --- Xfwm4 Theme Selection

# XFWM4_THEME                      Selects the theme that xfwm4 will use for window

#                                  borders and colors. Default by default

#                                  Set to ALL to include all themes. Otherwise....

#                                  Available themes:

#                                         Adept

#                                         Agua

#                                         Agualemon

#                                         Alternate

#                                         Atlanta

#                                         Atlanta2

#                                         B5

#                                         B6

#                                         BBS

#                                         Basix

#                                         Beastie

#                                         Biz

#                                         Blackwall

#                                         Buzz

#                                         Coldsteel

#                                         Coolclean

#                                         Crux

#                                         Cruxish

#                                         Curve

#                                         Daloa

#                                         Default

#                                         Defcon-IV

#                                         Eazel-blue

#                                         Elberg

#                                         Exocet

#                                         Fbx

#                                         G2

#                                         Galaxy

#                                         Gaudy

#                                         Gelly

#                                         Gnububble

#                                         Gorilla

#                                         Gtk

#                                         Iceg

#                                         Kde

#                                         Kde1

#                                         Keramik

#                                         Kindaker

#                                         Kleanux

#                                         Kokodi

#                                         Koynacity

#                                         LineArt

#                                         Linea

#                                         Meenee

#                                         Metabox

#                                         Microcurve

#                                         Microdeck

#                                         Microdeck2

#                                         Microdeck3

#                                         Microgui

#                                         Mofit

#                                         Moheli

#                                         Next

#                                         Ops

#                                         Opta

#                                         Oroborus

#                                         Perl

#                                         Pills

#                                         Piranha

#                                         Platinum

#                                         Prune

#                                         Quiet-purple

#                                         Quinx

#                                         R9X

#                                         Redmond

#                                         RedmondXP

#                                         Retro

#                                         Silverado

#                                         Slick

#                                         Slimline

#                                         Smallscreen

#                                         Smoothwall

#                                         Symphony

#                                         Synthetic

#                                         TUX

#                                         Tabs

#                                         Tgc

#                                         Tgc-large

#                                         Today

#                                         Totem

#                                         Trench

#                                         Triviality

#                                         Tubular

#                                         Variation

#                                         Waza

#                                         Wildbush

#                                         Xfce

#

# DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE                Sets the size of icons on the desktop

# DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE                Sets the font size for desktop icons

# DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false          hide/display Trash Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=false     hide/display Removeable Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false     hide/display Filesystems Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# PANEL_AUTOHIDE=false             hide/display Panel behind Window

# PANEL_PAGER=false                hide/display The workspace switcher

# PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY           If enabled, the systray will be to the left of the clock

# PANEL_USER=false                 Show the logged in user at the far right of the start bar

# XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"    Put the startbar at the bottom of the screen instead of the top

# XFWM4_START_TITLE="Start"        Change the text displayed on the start button

# XFWM4_START_ICON="freerdp"       Change the icon displayed on the start button

 

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_SATURATION=1.0

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_THEME=Xfce

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=38

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

 

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=firefox

#SESSION_#_FIREFOX_HOMEPAGE=http://thinstation.org

 

 

#    /flag (enables flag)

#    /option:<value> (specifies option with value)

#    +toggle -toggle (enables or disables toggle, where '/' is a synonym of '+')

#

#    /v:<server>[:port]         Server hostname

#    /port:<number>             Server port

#    /w:<width>                 Width

#    /h:<height>                Height

#    /size:<width>x<height>     Screen size

#    /f                         Fullscreen mode

#    /bpp:<depth>               Session bpp (color depth)

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Re: ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

Sandeep.Pankhania
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Have you tried

 

./build --allmodules

 

 

Sandeep Pankhania 
IT Infrastructure Services Technical Analyst
Insight Investment, 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4LA
+44 (0)20 7321 1450, www.insightinvestment.com

From: David Pollard [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 12 May 2016 08:55
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Hi Guys,

I tried one of the live cd demo’s recently and it worked very well.

As a proof of concept, I booted my workstation from a USB stick and connect to my remote desktop server and after a bit of fiddling around I could configure all the settings I needed and the response times on the workstation were quite acceptable.  So I know what I want to do is possible.

 

Of course when I rebooted from the CD again I have to reconfigure my settings.

  

Next I downloaded and configured a ThinstationDev environment.  This has gone well as also. I did a generic build on the server and started with the example build.conf and thinstation.conf.network and my workstation now does a PXE boot in under 30 seconds. However when I get to the Client GUI I receive the message.

 

“The Network Connection has been Disconnected”

 

My problem is I can’t figure out how to include the network drivers.  I have read the FAQ and the notes in the conf files and I’m just missing something.

Must be an extremely common bump to run into and I’m surprised I can’t find a step by step guide that covers this.

 

I’m not sure quite how to tell what version my ThinstationDev environment is.

The version number I wrote down when I installed a few weeks ago was 5.4.2 (0503) and I have just run the Update option from within the GUI.

 

I ran the ./build from the build environment and it succeeded.

 

Here are my configuration files.

build.conf and

thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot/thinstation.conf.network

 

No change to thinstation.conf.buildtime and I don’t have any other conf files in the pxe/boot folder.

 

It would be good if I could include all the networks drivers just like the demo boot cd and then start to exclude stuff I don’t need to make the image smaller and boot faster.

 

The network card is a BroadCom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which is on the motherboard of a Dell Optiplex 360.

 

Any ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

David

 

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build# cat build.conf

################################################

### ---     Thinstation Build Config     --- ###

################################################

#

#

# This is Thinstation s basic setup file. In this file you decide which

# hardware, programs and features to be included in the Thinstation

# boot image generated by running "./build".

#

# You can customize/limit the possibilities in the thinstation.conf

# files later.

#

# Anything after a "#" is a comment. You activate "things" by removing

# the "#" and remove "things" by putting a "#" in front of them.

#

# First we define which modules to include. Modules are hardware

# drivers. NEVER include more than necessary - the more modules, the

# longer boot time.

 

########################################################

### --- Machine Modules to include in boot image --- ###

########################################################

# A machine profile is a set of modules for a specific set of hardware

# components like a thinclient with adapters. It does not include any

# filesystem modules, those need to be selected individualy. Making a

# a machine profile is a two step process. First you will need to make

# an allmodules build like "./build --allmodules" with the extensions-x

# package included. Once the client machine is booted with that image

# you can open and xterm or telnet in and run "hwlister.sh". hwlister.sh

# will compile some lists and attempt to post them to the pxe server assigned

# to the client. If the pxe server is this workstation and you are hosting

# files directly out of this build env, you can then run

# "./mkmachine SOME-MODEL" and the files will be put into the machine folder

# under that model name. Now all you have to do is add a line to this file

# like "machine SOME-MODEL" and you will no longer have to make

# allmodules builds. If this is not the pxe server, you will have to

# move stuff around on your own, but the most important files are

# modules.list and firmware.list.

 

################################################

### --- Modules to include in boot image --- ###

################################################

# Any modules may be added as "module" or "module_pkg".

# If defined as a "module", the driver is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "module_pkg", the driver is added from outside the

# image, such as from a tftp server.  See note below for more details.

#

# Normally you should use "module".  Only use "module_pkg" if you want

# to dynamically load modules.

# Note: If you create a module_pkg network driver, and decide to load it

#       from a tftp server, it won t work.  This is because the image

#       won t have a network driver to get the module_pkg in the first

#       place.

 

#!Hardware

#!!Machine module list

#machine m704                           # Gigabyte m704 Rover PC

#machine WYSE9150se                     # WYSE 9150se Thin Client

#machine NT-A3500                       # Foxconn AMD E-350 Barebone

#machine NT-535                         # Foxconn Intel D525 Barebone

#machine Dell-FX170                     # Dell FX170 D525 Atom Machine

machine VMWare                          # A good set of modules for a VmWare Virtual Machine

#machine Virtualbox-4.1                 # A good set of modules for a Virtualbox Virtual Machine

#machine VIA-Epia-CLE266                # VIA Epia/Eden based on the the CLE266 chip. Rather common in thin clients a few years old

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented the following line

machine classic_generic         # Big list of modules that you can choose by unremarking them

 

#machine IGEL-M300C                     # Igel CX700 Via

#machine HP-t5135                       # HP CX700 Via

 

#!!Wireless Stuff

#package wpa_supplicant

#package wireless

#package wifi-connect

#!!!Misc Modules

 

# 12May15 DJP Added the following line

module bnx2                     # Broadcom NetXtremeII support

 

#!!Filesystem Support

# Every mounted device needs a filesystem, so choose which ones you need.

module usb-storage

#module autofs4                 # Automount and autofs support

module isofs                    # ISO9960 file system support for CDRoms

module udf                      # CDRom UDF file system support

module vfat                     # Fat and VFat file system support

#module ntfs                    # NTFS file system support

#module ext2                    # Ext2 file system support

#module ext3                    # Ext3 file system support

module ext4                     # Ext4 file system support

#module nfs                     # NFS file system support

#module cifs                    # CIFS support (use either this or smbfs - not both)

 

#!!Video Support

module vgastate                 # Needed by via_chrome9

module via_chrome9              # Driver for via VX900 (replace openchrome)

 

 

#################################################

### --- Packages to include in boot image --- ###

#################################################

 

# A package is a program or utility.

# Any packages may be added as "package" or "pkg".

# If defined as a "package", the program is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "pkg", the program is added from outside the image.

# Normally, you should use "package".  Only use "pkg" if you want to

# dynamically load programs.

 

 

# --- Packages to include in boot image

# --- Packages below may be "package" or "pkg"

#!!Miscellaneous

package aufs                    # This is needed in order for squashfs compression mode to work.

#package ts-classic              # The classic ts logic for network/netfiles/hostname/mounting/telnetd/telnet/playcd

#package automount

package udisks

package networkmanager

#package udisks-glue

package ntp                     # Utility to obtain date & time from network

#package sound-esd              # Enable sound-esd or sound-nasd if you want to be able to control

#package sound-nasd             #  sound on your thin client from another computer or

                                #  your remote session.

package alsa

package gnome-media

#package gnome-network-properties

package gnome-core

package volumeicon

#package kismet

package gst-plugins-base

package gst-plugins-good

#package crystalhd

#package libva

#package iptables               # IP Tables support

package cpufreq

#package cpuspeed

#package wine                   # Windows Application Execution Platform

 

#!!X related

# --- XOrg 7.7

#package xorg7-v4l

package xorg7-vesa              #A fallback driver that works with almost everything. Does allow resolution changes

package xorg7-vmware

package xorg7-ati               #ATI video driver for most modern ATI chipsets. Usually requires several firmwares

package xorg7-nouveau           #New opensource nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia           #Proprietary nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia_64         # Additional 64bit module

#package xorg7-openchrome       #Via Video Chipsets driver

package xorg7-intel             #Intel video driver for most modern chipsets except the GMA3500/3600

#package xorg7-sis

package xorg7-via               #Via driver for VX900 chipset, replaces the openchrome one

 

#!!Locale or localization files for keyboard and fonts.  (Language/Country)

package locale-cs_CZ  # Czech

package locale-da_DK  # Danish

package locale-de_DE  # German

package locale-en_GB  # English-Great Britain

package locale-en_US  # English-US

package locale-es_ES  # Spanish

package locale-fi_FI  # Finnish

package locale-fr_BE  # French Belgium

package locale-fr_CA  # French Canadian

package locale-fr_CH  # French Switzerland

package locale-fr_FR  # French

package locale-hr_HR  # Croation

package locale-hu_HU  # Hungarian

package locale-it_IT  # Italian

package locale-ja_JP  # Japanese

package locale-nb_NO  # Norwegian (bokmål)

package locale-pl_PL  # Polish

package locale-pt_PT  # Portuguese

package locale-pt_BR  # Portuguese-Brazil

package locale-ru_RU  # Russian

package locale-sv_SE  # Swedish

package locale-tr_TR  # Turkish

 

#!Applications

#!!Connection Package types.  Choose *at least* one!

package freerdp         # X RDP Client - fork of rdesktop

#package rdesktop               # X RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (ver 1.7)

#package vncviewer              # VNC client (vncviewer)

#package xorg7vnc               # Remote Control Client Workstation

#package ica                    # Citrix ICA client support

#package tarantella             # Tarantella client support

#package xnest                  # XDM in a window client

#package urxvt                  # Light Xterm Client (vt102)

#package xterm                  # Xterm Client (vt220)

#package ssh                    # Secure Shell client

#package tn5250                 # 5250 terminal emulator

#package dillo                  # Dillo light web browser

#package thinlinc               # Cendio ThinLinc client support

#package nx                     # No Machine NX client

#package 2x                     # 2X client

#package java                   # Java runtime

#package firefox_lowmem         # Firefox 3 for low resource machines

package firefox                 # Firefox current Web Browser

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented (Package Download failed during ./build)

#package chrome                 # Google Chrome Web Browser

#package kiosk                  # Rkiosk Plugin for Firefox

#package flash_lowmem           # Flash 9 browser plugin for firefox and low resource machines

#package flash                  # Flash Current

#package filezilla              # FileZilla FTP Client for X

#package git                    # GIT Version Control System

#package gparted                # Gnome Partition Manager

package open-vm-tools

#package medit                  # Notepad

#package mplayer                # DVD and video player

#package vmview                 # VMware Open-View Client, no PCoIP

#package vmviewpcoip            # VMware Open-View Client, PCOIP

#package xbmc                   # XBMC Media Center for X

#package evince                 # X PDF Viewer

 

#!!Window Managers. Choose no more than 1 window manager.

# Not needed if you don t want to manage windows.

#package openbox                # A spartin clean/fast window manager.

#package xdesktop-kiosk         # A locked down desktop kiosk using the openbox wm (See packages/xdesktop-kiosk/build/conf for

                                # more help.

#package icewm                  # "ICEWM" window manager.  Makes TS a light workstation.

#package icewm-theme-xp

#package icewm-themes           # Extra IceWM themes

#package icewm-theme-bernstein

#package icewm-theme-bluecrux

#package icewm-theme-liquid

 

package xfwm4

#package xfwm4-extra

package xfce4-power-manager

package terminal                # Terminal emulator for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

package thunar                  # File Manager for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

 

#!!Window Manager Utils

#package idle-shutdown          # Package that lets you specify automatic shutdown settings and logic.

#package wbar                   # Adds icons to desktop

#package idesk

 

#!!Other services

#package www                    # Web access to client.  From a browser: "http://<IP number>"

                                #  The standard page is for general user settings, administrative access

                                #  is on port 6800.

#package lp_server              # Remote printing daemon (JetDirect compatible)

#package lpr                    # LPR Print Server, for use with samba-server package

#package lprng                  # LPRng Print Server, supports network based printing

package cups

#package sshd                   # Dropbear secure shell server

#package tftpd                  # Built in tftpd server. Useful for making a tftpserver

                                #  for thinstation on a WAN over a slow link.

#package samba-server           # Samba server FS Support, allows you to share

                                #  local floppy/cdrom/hd/printer to other Windows

                                #  PCs. Needs supermount for removeable media.

package samba-client            # Samba smbclient, gives a shell like environment to access an samba server

#package hdupdate               # Package for updating TS images on a hardisk over a network connection

#package scp                    # Add ability to download files over internet using scp.  This package

                                #  adds some networking based options for downloading configuration files or

                                #  in using hdupdate package.

#package openvpn                # OpenVPN Client Support

 

 

#!!PCSCD Card Readers

#package gemplus410             # Card reader Gemplus 410 (Serial) and Gemplus 430 (USB)

#package ccidreader             # Generic USB card reader

 

 

#!!Miscellaneous

package gtk-2.0                 # Full gtk-2.0 plus clearlooks theme

package icons-cursor            # Anti Aliased Mouse Cursor Theme

package icons-hicolor           # Hi-Color icons for some applications and themes. Does not really contain any icons.

package icons-gnome             # gnome Hi-Color icons theme. Needed by most other icon themes.

#package icons-tango             # tango Hi-Color icons theme

#package icons-neu               # neu Hi-Color icons theme

#package fonts-misc

#package fonts-jis-misc         # Japanese Industrial

#package fonts-util

#package fonts-cyrillic

#package fonts-Speedo-Bitstream

package fonts-TTF-BH            # This one works nicely most of the time and is small.

package fonts-TTF-vera

#package fonts-TTF-MS           # Fonts for rendering documents developed on the MS Platform.

                            # Might want to talk to a lawyer before using these.

package fonts-TTF-liberation

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-75dpi-BH

#package fonts-75dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-75dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-100dpi-BH

#package fonts-100dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-100dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-Type1-BH

#package fonts-Type1-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-IBM

#package fonts-Type1-xfree86

#package lshw                   # list hardware

#package e3                     # Basic vi like Editor

#package rox                    # Basic File Manager

#package debug                  # metapackage to include other debugging packages and stop during bootup to check things.

#package extensions             # Adds various shell commands, will increase image size.

#package extensions-x           # Adds various utility s for the X Environment !!!! INCLUDES hwlister.sh !!!!

#package eGalax                 # eGalax TouchKit Drivers/Utility for serial and usb touchscreens by EETI.

#package installer              # Wipes a drive, makes partitions and downloads thinstation from a pxe server

#package devstation             # Starts a tftp server that hosts files from the boot-images/pxe folder

 

# Parameters

########################################

### --- Miscellaneous Parameters --- ###

########################################

#!!Basic

 

#param fastboot       true              # Mangles the filesystem a special way as to improve boot spead and reduce

                                        # memory utilization. Cool/Dangerous . Harder to dubug other packages. (Finishing Touch)

                                        # Set to 'true' to enable or 'lotsofmem' for slightly slower booting but no squash lag on app launch.

#param tsuser         tsuser            # Name of the user that thinstation will run as. Needs userauto package.

#param tsuserpasswd   pleasechangeme    # Do Change! Console/telnet password for non-root

 

param rootpasswd     pleasechangeme     # Do Change!  Console/telnet password for root

                                        # If this is enabled, Telnetd will be enabled.

param xorgvncpasswd  pleasechangeme     # VNC Access Password

param storagepasswd  pleasechangeme             # Password for storage server

param dialuppasswd   pleasechangeme             # Password for dialin account

param sambapasswd    pleasechangeme             # Password for samba shares when using user mode security

#param kernelcmdline "radeon.modeset=0"         # Add additional kernel command lines. e.g. disable radeon framebuffer

#param stripelf       yes                       # Strip extraneous information from elf binaries (Maybe not Safe)

#param acpisupport    disable                   # Tells the kernel not to load acpi modules. (Breaks some Intel Chipsets if disabled)

#param uvesafb        disable                   # Disable uvesafb (legacy option like modesetfb)

#param extra_vid      LVDS-1:d                  # Add an extra video= parameter to kernel cmd line (good for disabling outputs on video cards)

param bootlogo       true                       # Enable or Disable the use of the Boot splash.

param boottheme      default                    # Backgound picture during boot

#param splash        verbose                    # kernel splash setting (0=off, silent or verbose (default=silent)

param splash         silent

param fbmtrr         0                          # MTRR value for uvesafb (default = 0, 4 is the best) grep your log to make sure you have not set it to high

#param fbnocrtc      true                       # This is usually a good thing.

param fbsm           ywrap                      # Window scrolling method (redraw, ypan, ywrap) ywrap is best, but may not work correctly for all people

#param fbvtotal       16                        # Override Video Bios Reported Memory in MB

#param fbmaxhf        67                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Horizontal Frequency

#param fbmaxvf        61                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Vertical Frequency

#param fbmaxclk       155                               # Override Video Negotiated Max Clock Frequency

#param fbnoedid       true                              # Don t do video edid

#param bootresolution 1024x600-32                       # Resolution used during Thinstation boot.

#param bootresolution 1024x768-32                        # You can wright your own resolution mode here, if you know it.

#param bootresolution 1152x864-32

param bootresolution 1280x768-32

#param bootresolution 1366x768-32                       # Otherwise, you may want to refer to the vbe_modes.list you created with hwlister.sh

#param bootresolution 1280x1024-32                      # for modes that your card supports.

#param bootresolution 1400x900-32                       # It is also used by xrandr if no xrandr options are specified.

#param bootresolution 1680x1050-32

#param bootresolution 1920x1080-32

#param bootresolution 1400x1050-32

 

param desktop file:./backgrounds/Hive_Lite.jpg          # Custom image to load as desktop background

param defaultconfig  thinstation.conf.buildtime         # The file with default setup.  No other config file is found

                                                        #  during boot.

param basename       thinstation                        # Used for all config/tftp/scp file names

param basepath       ts5.4                              # Used to determine path to tftp/scp files

param baseurl        http://www.doncuppjr.net           # Used to determine url to wget files

#param keyfile        ./id_rsa                          # Path for private key file used for ssh/scp

#param knownhosts     ./known_hosts                     # Path for ssh known_hosts file for ssh/scp

#param localpkgs      false                             # to determine is PKG files are to be loaded locally

#param fulllocales    true                              # Use full locale support for packages

#param icaencryption  false                             # Use ica encryption support, add 290k to image

param haltonerror    false                              # Will halt on error, default is true

param hardlinkfs     true

param sametimestmp   true                               # When enabled, the timestamps for all files and folders will be set to 00:00 of todays date in your timezone

param initrdcmd      "squashfs"                         # Compression mode and level of initrd file. none, gzip -9, lzma -9 ,bzip2 -9

param bootverbosity   3                                 # Increased vebosity when booting TS

                                                        #   0 no verbose messages

                                                        #   1 boot

                                                        #   2 network

                                                        #   4 init

                                                        #   8 kernel

                                                        #  16 modules

                                                        #  32 packages

                                                        #  64 email bootlog file to SMTP server & user set in

                                                        #     thinstation.conf file.  This will only work

                                                        #     if networking is working.

                                                        #

                                                        #  Combinations can be used (e.g. 24 does Kernel and Module Messages)

 

#!!Advanced

# Leave this alone unless you can t download (wget required on your Linux box):

param downloads         /downloads

param bootimages        "iso syslinux pxe"

param syslinuxtheme     "default"

#param httpproxy        http://192.168.1.2:8080

 

#param bootfssize     50%                               # Modify the size of the tmpfs filesystem

 

package alltimezone

param allres            true            # Includes a lot of resolution splash images for live-cd s

param allfirmware       true            # Includes a lot of firmwares for live-cd s

param blacklist snd-pcsp.ko

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot# cat thinstation.conf.network

 

###############################################

 

# -- Thinstation sample configuration file -- #

 

###############################################

 

#

 

# This file must be named "thinstation.conf<xxx>" where <xxx> can be:

 

# .buildtime   Defines the defaults build into the image (note the leading .)

 

# .network     Default global config file loaded from the TFTP server.

 

# .user        Config file on local storage.

 

# -<name>      Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal

 

#              "name" (e.g. thinstation.conf-paul). Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# .group-<id>  Config file for a group of terminals (e.g. with printer setup

 

#              for those terminal with local printers. Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# -<IP>        Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the IP number <IP> specified (e.g. thinstation.conf-10.0.0.9).

 

# -<MAC>       Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the MAC address specified (e.g thinstation.conf-112233445566).

 

 

 

##

 

# --- General Options

 

#

 

# AUDIO_LEVEL        Audio Level for sound, 0-100

 

# MIC_LEVEL          Recording level for input devices, 0-100

 

# LOCALE             If multiple locales are included in the image, you can use this to

 

#                     select one during boot with a .conf file.

 

# TIME_ZONE          Used to set time zone on a TS client with a zone info file. If multiple

 

#                      zone-info files are included, this selection can be refined with additional

 

#                      .conf files.

 

# SYSLOG_SERVER      Log server ip address or hostname.

 

#                    If the work "local" is used, then syslog starts logging locally

 

#                    If not specified syslogd is not loaded.

 

# USB_STORAGE_SYNC   ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# USB_MOUNT_DIR      Directory to use for mounting usbdisks (default: /mnt/usbdevice/)

 

# USB_MOUNT_USELABEL Label to use for individual usb disks

 

#                    default is to use the device name (eg. sda1 - /mnt/usbdevice/sda1)

 

#                    NO       use default ONLY

 

#                    YES      will use label on usb volume if exists or fallback to default

 

#                    <label>  will use label on usb volume if exists or <label> otherwise

 

#                    adds suffix of n (1,2,3,etc.) if duplicate labels found

 

# USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for usb devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# DISK_STORAGE_SYNC  ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# DISK_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for disk devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# CDROM_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for cdrom devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# BIND_MOUNT#        A disk label to bind mount point mapping (eg. boot:/boot or home:/root)

 

# DAILY_REBOOT       Will reboot server if up over a day and one of the session

 

#                    types is closed

 

# AUTOPLAYCD         If enabled this will autoplay music cds when inserted.

 

# CUSTOM_CONFIG      Allows choosing custom boot config, On/Off

 

# RECONNECT_PROMPT   This displays the reconnection/shutdown options for when a session is ended

 

#

 

#                    OFF    No reconnect prompt

 

#                    ON     Reconnect prompt will be displayed

 

#                    FORCE  Just reconnect

 

#                    AUTO   Automatic reconnect

 

#                    AUTOXX Automatic reconnect attempt after XX seconds - msg is displayed

 

#                    MENU   Shows a menu with a shutdown and reconnection option

 

#                    MENUXX As MENU option, but the XX is a time period in minutes.

 

#                           After XX minutes shutdown will occur unless the reconnect option

 

#                           is choosen

 

# NO_SESSION         What to do in the event that all sessions have exited and not reconnected.

 

#                    POWEROFF  Shutdown the terminal.(default)

 

#                    REBOOT    Reboot the terminal.

 

# DEBUGPAUSE         Will pause at prompt after load of all modules and packages but before starting

 

#                    Only works if debug package included

 

#                    true       pause at prompt to allow debug

 

#                    false      don't pause (default)

 

# CRON_JOBx          Will add this crontab entry (1 - 9)

 

# FASTBOOT_URL       Normally fastboot will try to load lib.squash in the same way that vmlinuz and initrd

 

#                    were loaded. This will force fastboot to download lib.squash using a specific protocol

 

#                    and location

 

 

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=67

 

TIME_ZONE="America/Los_Angeles"

 

SYSLOG_SERVER=local

 

#USB_STORAGE_SYNC=On

 

#USB_MOUNT_DIR="/mnt/usbdevice"

 

#USB_MOUNT_USELABEL="Yes"

 

#USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS="utf8,shortname=win95"

 

BIND_MOUNT0="home:/root"

 

BIND_MOUNT1="boot:/boot"

 

BIND_MOUNT2="tsdev:/thinstation"

 

FASTBOOT_URL="http://www.thinstation.org"

 

DAILY_REBOOT=On

 

#AUTOPLAYCD=On

 

CUSTOM_CONFIG=Off

 

RECONNECT_PROMPT=On

 

#DEBUGPAUSE=true

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Defaults

 

# -- Default Settings for all sessions

 

#

 

# AUTOSTART             ON   Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                       OFF  Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# WORKSPACE             Workspace in the window manager to run the application in

 

# ICONMODE              MANUAL  Default sessions are not created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

#                       AUTO    Default sessions types are created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

# ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER   Whether or not the server entry dialog box is always displayed

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions have this off and menu sessions have this on

 

#                       OFF will disable the prompt for everything.

 

#                       ON will enable the prompt for everything.

 

# ALLOW_EXIT            Whether or not a user will be allowed to cancel the server address entry.

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions will not be allowed to exit and menu sessions will.

 

#                       OFF will force entry for everything.

 

#                       ON will allow exit from everything.

 

 

 

WORKSPACE=1

 

AUTOSTART=On

 

ICONMODE=AUTO

 

ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER=Off

 

ALLOW_EXIT=Off

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Details

 

#

 

# Note:                     # is a number equal to or greater than 0

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_TITLE           Title description for SESSION. Needed for replimenu.

 

# SESSION_#_TYPE            Package type, choose beetwen:

 

#                           - vncviewer        Start vncviewer in X

 

#                           - rdesktop         Start rdesktop in X

 

#                           - x                Start x-terminal session (xdm)

 

#                           - xnest            Start x-terminal session (xdm) from within blackbox

 

#                           - ssh              Start ssh client in linux console

 

#                           - telnet           Start telnet client in linux console

 

#                           - ica              Start Citrix ICA client in X

 

#                           - ica_wfc          Start ICA Manager

 

#                           - openbox          Start openbox window manager session

 

#                           - icewm            Start icewm window manager session

 

#                           - dillo            Start Web Browser in X

 

#                           - tftpd            Start tftp daemon

 

#                           - tarantella       Start tarantella client

 

#                           - rxvt             Start light xterm client

 

#                           - xterm            Start xterm client

 

#                           - tn5250           Start AS400 client in linux console

 

#                           - nx               Start NX Client Session

 

# SESSION_#_AUTOSTART       ON      Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                           OFF     Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# SESSION_#_CUSTOM_CONFIG   ON      Allows choosing custom config for when session starts

 

#                           OFF     Session boots normally

 

# SESSION_#_ICON            ON      Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in Window Manager Main Menu

 

#                           SUBMENU Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in a Submenu within the window manager

 

# SESSION_#_WORKSPACE       Workspace to run program on in a window manager

 

# SESSION_#_type_SERVER     IP address/hostname of the server

 

# SESSION_#_type_OPTIONS    Command line options for the session type

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_type_specific   This allows you to specify specific config file details for certain session

 

#                           types.  Currently support is NX and ICA.  Any configuration file setting

 

#                           can be changed with this setting.  An example of this is

 

#                           SESSION_0_NX_GENERAL_DESKTOP="Gnome"

 

#                           SESSION_0_ICA_APPSRV_USEFULLSCREEN="Yes"

 

#                           See your application manual for documentation on the settings which

 

#                           can be used.

 

 

 

# Individual Session Settings, override defaults (Likely Depricated)

 

#

 

# IMPORTANT:  Make sure you minimum have a SESSION_0. Otherwise you will get an error

 

# on boot. You may have additional sessions: SESSION_1, SESSION_2 ...

 

# SESSION_0 is on ctrl-alt-F3

 

# SESSION_1 is on ctrl-alt-F4

 

# ... etc.

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Proxy Options

 

#

 

# PROXY_HOST             DNS Name or IP Address of HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_PORT             TCP/IP Port to use on HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_IGNORE           Comma seperated list of hosts for which to bypass the proxy. "localhost,127.0.0.1/8" by default

 

# PROXY_USER             HTTP Proxy Authentication User

 

# PROXY_PASSWORD         HTTP Proxy User Password

 

# PROXY_USE_SAME         True/False, If enabled, HTTP Proxy settings will be used for all Protocols

 

# PROXY_SECURE_HOST      HTTPS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SECURE_PORT      HTTPS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_HOST       SOCKS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_PORT       SOCKS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_FTP_HOST         FTP Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_FTP_PORT         FTP Proxy Port

 

 

 

 

 

#PROXY_HOST=192.168.1.1

 

#PROXY_PORT=8080

 

#PROXY_USE_SAME=true

 

#PROXY_IGNORE="localhost,127.0.0.1/8"

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Gtk Theme Engine Selection

 

#

 

# GTK_THEME              Selects the theme engine that gtk will use to

 

#                        render buttons and sliders. Clearlooks by default

 

#                        Set to ALL to include all theme engines.

 

#                        Available themes:

 

#                                         Clearlooks

 

#                                         Crux

 

#                                         Industrial

 

#                                         Mist

 

#                                         Redmond

 

#                                         ThinIce

 

#                                         Xfce   if xfwm4 package is included

 

 

 

 

 

GTK_THEME=Clearlooks

 

 

##

# XFWM4_COMPOSITING                Boolean that determines whether or not to enable

#                                  desktop compositing

# XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS                 Sets the brightness level of the background

#                                  0 by default. Range -128 to 127

# XFWM4_SATURATION                 Sets the color saturation level of the background

#                                  1.0 by default. Range -10.0 to 10.0

# XFWM4_RED                        Sets the red index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with BLUE and GREEN

# XFWM4_BLUE                       Sets the blue index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and GREEN

# XFWM4_GREEN                      Sets the green index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and BLUE

#

# --- Xfwm4 Theme Selection

# XFWM4_THEME                      Selects the theme that xfwm4 will use for window

#                                  borders and colors. Default by default

#                                  Set to ALL to include all themes. Otherwise....

#                                  Available themes:

#                                         Adept

#                                         Agua

#                                         Agualemon

#                                         Alternate

#                                         Atlanta

#                                         Atlanta2

#                                         B5

#                                         B6

#                                         BBS

#                                         Basix

#                                         Beastie

#                                         Biz

#                                         Blackwall

#                                         Buzz

#                                         Coldsteel

#                                         Coolclean

#                                         Crux

#                                         Cruxish

#                                         Curve

#                                         Daloa

#                                         Default

#                                         Defcon-IV

#                                         Eazel-blue

#                                         Elberg

#                                         Exocet

#                                         Fbx

#                                         G2

#                                         Galaxy

#                                         Gaudy

#                                         Gelly

#                                         Gnububble

#                                         Gorilla

#                                         Gtk

#                                         Iceg

#                                         Kde

#                                         Kde1

#                                         Keramik

#                                         Kindaker

#                                         Kleanux

#                                         Kokodi

#                                         Koynacity

#                                         LineArt

#                                         Linea

#                                         Meenee

#                                         Metabox

#                                         Microcurve

#                                         Microdeck

#                                         Microdeck2

#                                         Microdeck3

#                                         Microgui

#                                         Mofit

#                                         Moheli

#                                         Next

#                                         Ops

#                                         Opta

#                                         Oroborus

#                                         Perl

#                                         Pills

#                                         Piranha

#                                         Platinum

#                                         Prune

#                                         Quiet-purple

#                                         Quinx

#                                         R9X

#                                         Redmond

#                                         RedmondXP

#                                         Retro

#                                         Silverado

#                                         Slick

#                                         Slimline

#                                         Smallscreen

#                                         Smoothwall

#                                         Symphony

#                                         Synthetic

#                                         TUX

#                                         Tabs

#                                         Tgc

#                                         Tgc-large

#                                         Today

#                                         Totem

#                                         Trench

#                                         Triviality

#                                         Tubular

#                                         Variation

#                                         Waza

#                                         Wildbush

#                                         Xfce

#

# DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE                Sets the size of icons on the desktop

# DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE                Sets the font size for desktop icons

# DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false          hide/display Trash Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=false     hide/display Removeable Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false     hide/display Filesystems Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# PANEL_AUTOHIDE=false             hide/display Panel behind Window

# PANEL_PAGER=false                hide/display The workspace switcher

# PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY           If enabled, the systray will be to the left of the clock

# PANEL_USER=false                 Show the logged in user at the far right of the start bar

# XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"    Put the startbar at the bottom of the screen instead of the top

# XFWM4_START_TITLE="Start"        Change the text displayed on the start button

# XFWM4_START_ICON="freerdp"       Change the icon displayed on the start button

 

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_SATURATION=1.0

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_THEME=Xfce

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=38

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

 

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=firefox

 

#SESSION_#_FIREFOX_HOMEPAGE=http://thinstation.org

 

 

 

#    /flag (enables flag)

 

#    /option:<value> (specifies option with value)

 

#    +toggle -toggle (enables or disables toggle, where '/' is a synonym of '+')

 

#

 

#    /v:<server>[:port]         Server hostname

 

#    /port:<number>             Server port

 

#    /w:<width>                 Width

 

#    /h:<height>                Height

 

#    /size:<width>x<height>     Screen size

 

#    /f                         Fullscreen mode

 

#    /bpp:<depth>               Session bpp (color depth)

 

#    /kbd:0x<layout id> or <layout name>        Keyboard layout

 

#    /kbd-list                  List keyboard layouts

 

#    /kbd-type:<type id>        Keyboard type

 

#    /kbd-subtype:<subtype id>  Keyboard subtype

 

#    /kbd-fn-key:<function key count>   Keyboard function key count

 

#    /admin                     Admin (or console) session

 

#    /multimon                  Use multiple monitors

 

#    /workarea                  Use available work area

 

#    /monitors:<0,1,2...>       Select monitors to use

 

#    /monitor-list              List detected monitors

 

#    /t:<title>                 Window title

 

#    +decorations (default:off) Window decorations

 

#    +smart-sizing (default:off)        Scale remote desktop to window size

 

#    /a                         Addin

 

#    /vc                        Static virtual channel

 

#    /dvc                       Dynamic virtual channel

 

#    /u:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>]  Username

 

#    /p:<password>              Password

 

#    /d:<domain>                Domain

 

#    /g:<gateway>[:port]        Gateway Hostname

 

#    /gu:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>] Gateway username

 

#    /gp:<password>             Gateway password

 

#    /gd:<domain>               Gateway domain

 

#    /load-balance-info:<info string>   Load balance info

 

#    /app:||<alias> or <executable path>        Remote application program

 

#    /app-name:<app name>       Remote application name for user interface

 

#    /app-icon:<icon path>      Remote application icon for user interface

 

#    /app-cmd:<parameters>      Remote application command-line parameters

 

#    /app-file:<file name>      File to open with remote application

 

#    /app-guid:<app guid>       Remote application GUID

 

#    +compression (default:off) Compression

 

#    /shell                     Alternate shell

 

#    /shell-dir                 Shell working directory

 

#    /sound                     Audio output (sound)

 

#    /microphone                Audio input (microphone)

 

#    /audio-mode                Audio output mode

 

#    /multimedia                Redirect multimedia (video)

 

#    /network                   Network connection type

 

#    /drive                     Redirect drive

 

#    +drives (default:off)      Redirect all drives

 

#    +home-drive (default:off)  Redirect home drive

 

#    +clipboard (default:off)   Redirect clipboard

 

#    /serial                    Redirect serial device

 

#    /parallel                  Redirect parallel device

 

#    /smartcard                 Redirect smartcard device

 

#    /printer                   Redirect printer device

 

#    /usb                       Redirect USB device

 

#    +multitouch (default:off)  Redirect multitouch input

 

#    /echo                      Echo channel

 

#    +fonts (default:off)       Smooth fonts (ClearType)

 

#    +aero (default:off)        Desktop composition

 

#    +window-drag (default:off) Full window drag

 

#    +menu-anims (default:off)  Menu animations

 

#    -themes (default:on)       Themes

 

#    -wallpaper (default:on)    Wallpaper

 

#    /gdi:<sw|hw>               GDI rendering

 

#    /rfx                       RemoteFX

 

#    /rfx-mode:<image|video>    RemoteFX mode

 

#    /frame-ack:<number>        Frame acknowledgement

 

#    /nsc                       NSCodec

 

#    /jpeg                      JPEG codec

 

#    /jpeg-quality:<percentage> JPEG quality

 

#    -nego (default:on)         protocol security negotiation

 

#    /sec:<rdp|tls|nla|ext>     force specific protocol security

 

#    -sec-rdp (default:on)      rdp protocol security

 

#    -sec-tls (default:on)      tls protocol security

 

#    -sec-nla (default:on)      nla protocol security

 

#    +sec-ext (default:off)     nla extended protocol security

 

#    /cert-name:<name>          certificate name

 

#    /cert-ignore               ignore certificate

 

#    /pcb:<blob>                Preconnection Blob

 

#    /pcid:<id>                 Preconnection Id

 

#    /vmconnect:<vmid>          Hyper-V console (use port 2179, disable negotiation)

 

#    -authentication (default:on)       authentication (hack!)

 

#    -encryption (default:on)   encryption (hack!)

 

#    -grab-keyboard (default:on)        grab keyboard

 

#    -toggle-fullscreen (default:on)    Alt+Ctrl+Enter toggles fullscreen

 

#    -mouse-motion (default:on) mouse-motion

 

#    /parent-window:<window id> Parent window id

 

#    -bitmap-cache (default:on) bitmap cache

 

#    -offscreen-cache (default:on)      offscreen bitmap cache

 

#    -glyph-cache (default:on)  glyph cache

 

#    /codec-cache:<rfx|nsc|jpeg>        bitmap codec cache

 

#    -fast-path (default:on)    fast-path input/output

 

#    /max-fast-path-size:<size> maximum fast-path update size

 

#    +async-input (default:off) asynchronous input

 

#    +async-update (default:off)        asynchronous update

 

#    +async-transport (default:off)     asynchronous transport (unstable)

 

#    +async-channels (default:off)      asynchronous channels (unstable)

 

#    /wm-class:<class name>     set the WM_CLASS hint for the window instance

 

#    /version                   print version

 

#    /help                      print help

 

#    /play-rfx:<pcap file>      Replay rfx pcap file

 

#    +auth-only (default:off)   Authenticate only.

 

 

 

# The /bpp: option here specifies the color depth

 

# Note certain servers support certain color depths, wrong settings with this

 

# may cause your connection to fail.

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Donald"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:user /p:password /bpp:16"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

# /u:'' gives a blank user name

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Road Runner"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:'' /bpp:8"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

#Example on USB and CD redirection for freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Remote Desktop"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="+drives /multimedia /rfx +fonts +aero"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

FREERDP_SELECT_SERVER=true

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0="1 Big_Bad_Server_Donald"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0_OPTIONS="-sec-nla"

 

FREERDP_KNOWN_HOST_0="Big_Bad_Server_Donald 7a:a4:af:8a:98:da:50:52:ba:33:8d:e6:15:4e:49:7b:b3"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1="2 Big_Bad_Server_Road_Runner"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1_OPTIONS="-sec-nla /cert-ignore"

 

 

 

#       Various Options for controlling icon preferences

 

#ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER    Attempts to save space by compositing icon themes

 

#                               on top of each other from first to last. The last

 

#                               theme specified should be the most significant.

 

#

 

#ICONS_CUT_SIZES                Should save some space by dropping some rarely

 

#                               used icon sizes like scalable and 256x256

 

#

 

#ICONS_THEME                    Sets a specific theme to the default when multiple

 

#                               themes are included. Don't use with COMPOSITE_THEME

 

 

 

ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER="gnome Tango Neu"

 

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

 

#ICONS_THEME=Neu

 

##

 

# --- X Server Options

 

#

 

# SCREEN_RESOLUTION       Screen resolutions available in the workstations

 

# SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH      Number of bits per pixel (8,16,24), just use ONE value

 

# SCREEN_HORIZSYNC        Monitor horizontal sync frequency in Khz.

 

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

 

# SCREEN_VERTREFRESH      Monitor vertical refresh frecuency in Hz.

 

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

 

#                      

 

#                         Screen Saver Settings

 

# SCREEN_BLANK_TIME       Minutes to X session goes blank

 

# SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into standby mode

 

# SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into suspend mode

 

# SCREEN_OFF_TIME         Minutes to X session turn off

 

# DONT_VT_SWITCH_STATE    If true, don't allow vt switching in X

 

# DONT_ZAP_STATE          If true, don't allow hot key exit from X

 

#

 

# MOUSE_PROTOCOL          Mouse protocol type (Microsoft, PS/2, etc.)

 

#                         (mouse is autodetected, use this only if it fails)

 

# MOUSE_DEVICE            Mouse device:  /dev/ttyS0 -> COM1

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS1 -> COM2

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS2 -> COM3

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS3 -> COM4

 

#                                   /dev/psaux -> PS/2 mouse port

 

#                                   /dev/input/mice -> USB mouse (needs USB package)

 

# MOUSE_RESOLUTION        Mouse resolution

 

# MOUSE_ACCELERATION      Mouse acceleration

 

# X_NUMLOCK               Set numlock state on boot

 

# X_COOKIE                Will set X Cookie if specified

 

 

 

SCREEN_RESOLUTION="800x600 | 1024x768 | 640x480 | *"

 

SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24"

 

#SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-64 | *"

 

#SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-87 | 60 | 56 | 70 | 72 | 75"

 

SCREEN_BLANK_TIME=10

 

SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME=20

 

SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME=30

 

SCREEN_OFF_TIME=60

 

#MOUSE_PROTOCOL=PS/2

 

#MOUSE_DEVICE=/dev/psaux

 

MOUSE_RESOLUTION=100

 

#MOUSE_ACCELERATION=1/2

 

X_COOKIE=36d71ab65c10ef065702c111a3d31593

 

#X_NUMLOCK=Off

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# -- Advanced XServer Options - Experts Only

 

# X_DRIVER_NAME           Driver for X, this will override the autodetection scripts

 

# X_DRIVER_BUSID          Screen Card BusID

 

# X_<SECTION>_OPTIONn   Where <SECTION>=SERVERFLAGS,SERVERLAYOUT,MODULES,FILES,DRI,DEVICE,MONITOR,SCREEN,MODES

 

# X_DEVICE_OPTION1-9    Addditional options for driver

 

# X_MONITOR_OPTION1-9   Addditional options for monitor

 

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE    Add user defined ModeLine

 

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE1-9 Add more user defined ModeLines

 

# X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1-9  Add keyboard options

 

# X_MOUSE_OPTION1-9     Add mouse options

 

# USE_XRANDR            Use xrandr to set diplay size and orientation

 

# XRANDR_OPTIONS        Specific options to pass to xrandr instead of just the bootresolution

 

# -- Advanced Options - Experts Only

 

#X_DRIVER_NAME="mga"

 

#X_DRIVER_BUSID="PCI:1:0:0"

 

 

 

X_DEVICE_OPTION1="swcursor On"

 

USE_XRANDR=TRUE

 

#XRANDR_OPTIONS="-s 1680x1050"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION3="noDDC Off"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION4="UseBios Off"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1="XkbModel pc98"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION2="XkbLayout nec/jp,us"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION3="XkbOptions grp:alt_shift_toggle"

 

#X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"

 

#X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"

 

#X_MONITOR_MODELINE='"1680x1050" 146.2 1680 1784 1960 2240 1050 1053 1059 1089 -HSync -VSync'

 

 

 

##

# -- Card Reader Options

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT           # Specify port for serial card, not needed for USB

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE           # Can be SERIAL or USB

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT="/dev/ttyS0"

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE="USB"

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Samba Options

 

#

 

# SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED    Enable Samba Server Daemons, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_SECURITY          Type of security, USER, DOMAIN, SERVER

 

# SAMBA_SERVER            Server for security

 

# SAMBA_WINS              Server Name to Enable Samba to be a WINS Client

 

# SAMBA_HARDDISK          Enable Harddrive support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_CDROM             Enable CDRom Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_FLOPPY            Enable Floppy Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_PRINTER           Enable Printer Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_USB               Enable USB Support, On/Off

 

 

 

#SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED=Off

 

#SAMBA_WORKGROUP=BigPeople

 

#SAMBA_SECURITY=Server

 

#SAMBA_SERVER=BadMan

 

#SAMBA_WINS=BadMan

 

#SAMBA_HARDDISK=Off

 

#SAMBA_CDROM=On

 

#SAMBA_FLOPPY=On

 

#SAMBA_PRINTER=On

 

#SAMBA_USB=Off

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- PKG Options

 

#

 

# PKG_PACKAGES       Choice of packages to download for PKG

 

#                    You can also use PKG_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

 

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

 

# PKG_PREFIX         Download PKGs from a subdir of /tftpboot or PKG Path if PKG_PATH

 

#                    is set in thinstation.conf

 

# PKG_PATH           Path to PKG files if not using tftpboot

 

#                    Floppy: /mnt/floppy

 

#                    CD-ROM: /mnt/cdrom

 

#                    HD:     /mnt/disc/hdX/part1   (first disc, first partition)

 

#                    NFS:    /mnt/nfs

 

#                    Samba:  /mnt/smb

 

# MOD_PACKAGES       Choice of modules to download for MPKG

 

#                    You can also use MOD_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

 

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

 

# MOD_PREFIX         Downloads and insmod's a module from a subdir of /tftpboot

 

#                    if MOD_PREFIX is set in thinstation.conf

 

 

 

#PKG_PACKAGES="blackbox rxvt"

 

#PKG_PREFIX=pkg

 

#PKG_PATH=/mnt/cdrom

 

#MOD_PACKAGES="usb-hid usb-storage"

 

#MOD_PREFIX=modules

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Networking Options

 

#

 

# NET_HOSTNAME           Hostname to use if not using a thinstation.hosts file, note

 

#                        that the machine MAC address will replace any * if used.

 

# NET_SMTP_SERVER        Email server address for error logs

 

# NET_SMTP_EMAIL         Email address of administrator

 

# NET_TIME_SERVER        Time server on network with which to sync. NTP Time Server. Recommend <country code>.pool.ntp.org

 

# NET_TELNETD            Enables built-in telnetd server package

 

# NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM List of hostnames/ip address accepted by the server

 

#                        for remote control, used by telnetd and www packages

 

# NET_USE                Sets which interfaces to try and enable at boot time

 

#                        LAN  Only try and initialize wired interfaces

 

#                        WLAN Only try and initialize wireless interfaces (You still need to set other parameters)

 

#                        BOTH Try and enable all interfaces

 

#

 

# -- Mounting networked filesystems --

 

#

 

# NET_NFS_SERVER         This is the path to the NFS server, ie

 

#                        server:/path/to/share.

 

# NET_SMB_SERVER         This is the path to the SMB server, ie

 

#                        server:/path/to/share.

 

# NET_SMB_WORKGROUP      Workgroup of samba server

 

# NET_SMB_USER           This is the username for SMB mounts, password is

 

#                        defined at build time in build.conf

 

# NET_LINKWAIT           Amount of time to wait for a link.

 

 

 

NET_LINKWAIT=6

 

NET_USE=BOTH

 

#NET_HOSTNAME=donald

 

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

 

NET_TIME_SERVER=pool.ntp.org

 

NET_DHCP_TIMEOUT=30

 

#NET_SMTP_SERVER=donald

 

#NET_SMTP_EMAIL=[hidden email]

 

#NET_TIME_SERVER=mickey

 

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=On

 

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="duck.quak.org.au 192.168.0.0 .disney.us"

 

#NET_NFS_SERVER=bigserver:/opt/thinstation

 

#NET_SMB_USER=duck

 

 

 

 

 

# -- For use in thinstation.conf.buildtime only:

 

#

 

# NET_USE_DHCP           Enable DHCP Resolution

 

#                        ON     Use DHCP, fail if it doesn't get a lease

 

#                        OFF    Don't use DHCP, manual configuration required

 

#                        BOTH   Use DHCP in first instance, failing to get a lease, try manual config

 

# NET_IP_ADDRESS         IP Address of client

 

# NET_MASK               Network mask of client

 

# NET_GATEWAY            IP Address of gateway

 

# NET_DHCP_DELAY         Delay before continuing script after bringing up interface, only needed if

 

#                        using spanning tree "port discovery" in a switched environment.  Default is 0 seconds.

 

# NET_FILE_METHOD        Method to download files, ie scp or tftp, scp is only available if package ssh

 

#                        is selected in build as a "package".

 

# NET_FILE_ENABLED       Use server for config file, On/Off

 

# NET_FILE_USER          User to connect to SCP server as

 

# NET_FILE_ALTERNATE     Alternate server for vmware or non-standard dhcp servers

 

# NET_DNS1               DNS Server 1

 

# NET_DNS2               DNS Server 2

 

# NET_DNS_SEARCH         Default DNS domain to search

 

 

 

#NET_USE_DHCP=Off

 

#NET_IP_ADDRESS=192.168.0.1

 

#NET_MASK=255.255.255.0

 

#NET_GATEWAY=192.168.0.254

 

#NET_DHCP_DELAY=30

 

#NET_FILE_ENABLED=Off

 

#NET_FILE_METHOD=tftp

 

#NET_FILE_USER=not_needed_for_tftp

 

#NET_FILE_ALTERNATE=192.168.0.4

 

#NET_DNS1=192.168.0.2

 

#NET_DNS2=192.168.0.3

 

#NET_DNS_SEARCH=cartoons.org.nz

 

 

 

 

 

##

# --- Networking Options (NetworkManager)

### PROTOCOL INDEPENDENT  

#

## Maximum transmission unit (for either IPv4 or 6)

# NET_MTU=1480         

#

#

### IPV4

#

## IPv4 interface mode: auto->DHCP,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      disabled: interface disabled

# NET_IPV4_MODE=auto|manual|disabled

#

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#

## Additional static IP addresses

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS2=

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY2=

#

## DNS server(s) to use

# NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

# NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#   or

# NET_IPV4_DNS="74.82.42.42;78.82.42.43"

#

## DNS search suffix 

# NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=somedomain.org

#

## Routes

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_IP=171.20.20.0/24

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_GW=170.20.20.32

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_METRIC=

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE2_IP=....

#

#

### IPV6

#

## IPv6 interface mode: auto->stateless autoconfiguration,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      dhcp->stateful DHCP configuration

##                      disabled: interface disabled

##

## NET_IPV6_MODE=auto|manual|dhcp|disabled

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

##

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv4

#NET_IPV4_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

#NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

#NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=google.com

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv6

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

 

# NM System Connection Config - Protocol-independent

#NET_MTU=1480

 

 

##

 

# --- Wireless

 

#

 

#WIRELESS_ESSID             # ESSID (extended network name) : My Network, any

 

#WIRELESS_NWID              # NWID/Domain (cell identifier) : 89AB, 100, off

 

#WIRELESS_MODE              # Operation mode : Ad-Hoc, Managed, Master, Repeater, Secondary, auto

 

#WIRELESS_FREQ              # 2.422G, 2.46G (frequency)

 

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL           # 1, 2, 3 (channel)

 

#WIRELESS_SENS              # Sensitivity (cell size + roaming speed) : 1, 2, 3 ; -70 (dBm)

 

#WIRELESS_RATE              # Bit rate : auto, 1M, 11M

 

#WIRELESS_RTS               # RTS threshold : off, 500

 

#WIRELESS_FRAG              # Fragmentation threshold : off, 1000

 

#WIRELESS_IWCONFIG          # Other iwconfig parameters : power off, ap 01:23:45:67:89:AB

 

#WIRELESS_IWSPY             # iwspy parameters : + 01:23:45:67:89:AB

 

#WIRELESS_IWPRIV            # iwpriv parameters : set_port 2, set_histo 50 60

 

#WIRELESS_KEY               # Encryption key : 4567-89AB-CD, s:password

 

#WIRELESS_WPAKEY            # WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key (PSK): at least 8 ASCII characters

 

#WIRELESS_DRIVER            # Driver name for WPA/WPA2 support

 

 

 

WIRELESS_ESSID="ssid"

 

WIRELESS_NWID=""

 

WIRELESS_MODE="managed"

 

#WIRELESS_FREQ=""

 

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL=""

 

#WIRELESS_SENS=""

 

#WIRELESS_RATE=""

 

#WIRELESS_RTS=""

 

#WIRELESS_FRAG=""

 

WIRELESS_IWCONFIG=""

 

WIRELESS_IWSPY=""

 

WIRELESS_IWPRIV=""

 

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

 

WIRELESS_KEY="abcdef"

 

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

 

WIRELESS_DRIVER=wext

 

 

 

# RADIUS Configuration

 

#

 

# WIRED_SUPPLICANT=true

 

#

 

# RADIUS_ID=""                  A valid Radius ID

 

# RADIUS_PSK=""                 A valid Radius PSK

 

# or

 

# CUSTOM_SUPPLICANT_CONF=""     Path to wpa_supplicant.conf file

 

 

 

RADIUS_ID="BOB"

 

RADIUS_PSK="I'm a little tea pot"

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Permanent Storage Options

 

#

 

# STORAGE_PATH           Path to where storage device is mounted to save

 

#                        profile settings.  This should be one of

 

#                        /mnt/usbdevice/sdX/partX or disc

 

#                        /mnt/floppy

 

#                        /mnt/disc/hdX/partX

 

#                        /mnt/nfs

 

#                        /mnt/smb

 

#

 

#                        Note that the profile settings are stored under

 

#                        a subfolder for this path.  So the path to the

 

#                        stored settings would be something like

 

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile

 

#                        See the FAQ on the website for more details on this

 

#

 

#                        Also checkout README.IMPORTANT for the valid

 

#                        config files which you can place here

 

#                        a typical file to store config file settings is

 

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile/thinstation.conf.user

 

#

 

#                        Also note that the .profile can be changed by using

 

#                        the below STORAGE_PREFIX

 

# STORAGE_PREFIX         This is prefex for the folder name to store settings

 

#                        in on the storage device.   You can also use one of the

 

#                        special characters below.

 

#

 

#                        M = Mac Address

 

#                        H = Hostname

 

#                        I = Ip Address

 

#

 

#                        Note default prefix for storing the profile is

 

#                        .profile

 

# STORAGE_CONFIG1-8      This is the path for any user defined settings

 

#                        which will always override the profile path above

 

#                        The files are tried on order on each device specified

 

 

 

 

 

#STORAGE_PATH=/mnt/nfs

 

#STORAGE_PREFIX=H

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/floppy

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG2=/mnt/cdrom

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG3=/mnt/disc/hda/part1

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG4=/mnt/usbdevice/sda/part1

 

 

 

 

##

#**** EXPERIMENTAL ****

# Dual Head Support

#

# This allows two seperate X sessions to be started with seperate input devices.  This allows

# effectively two seperate machines within the same PC.  You will need seperate screen cards

# to enable this.  It is best to use with 1 AGP card and 1 PCI card.

 

# Check out http://www.ltn.lv/~aivils/eng-video.html for a list of known compatable screen cards

 

# Input Device support should be:

#

# Primary mouse and keyboard PS/2

# Secondary mouse and keyboard USB

#

# There is some basic detection scripts for this, but these will need to be improved in TS 3.0.

# If thinstation doesn't detect both a USB keyboard and mouse it will default back to dual

# screen support, not dual head.

#

# This is not considered stable.  If you exit the session, or try to change to a console screen

# with Alt-F1 etc... it will probably crash the machine.  If it doesn't work with your hardware

# there is nothing that can be done about it.

 

# The kernel Advanced Power Management module is disabled when using dual screen as it causes the

# second screen to crash.

 

# Note the below option only supports 1-2, anything more than two won't work.  This is provided

# for future development, to create a machine with more than two seperate sessions.

 

# SESSION_#_SCREEN_POSITION 1-X When using dual screen support you can specify the position

#                               of each session.  This allows to seperate sessions to be on

#                               seperate screens.  If only 1 session is in use, this option will

#                               make no differnece.  You can specify between 1+ positions

 

 

 


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Hi Sandeep,

That’s it!  You picked it in one. J

I can now press ahead to figure out my other configuration tweaks

Thanks

David

 

 



 

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From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, 12 May 2016 10:42 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Have you tried

 

./build --allmodules

 

 

Sandeep Pankhania 
IT Infrastructure Services Technical Analyst
Insight Investment, 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4LA
+44 (0)20 7321 1450, www.insightinvestment.com


From: David Pollard [[hidden email]]
Sent: 12 May 2016 08:55
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Hi Guys,

I tried one of the live cd demo’s recently and it worked very well.

As a proof of concept, I booted my workstation from a USB stick and connect to my remote desktop server and after a bit of fiddling around I could configure all the settings I needed and the response times on the workstation were quite acceptable.  So I know what I want to do is possible.

 

Of course when I rebooted from the CD again I have to reconfigure my settings.

  

Next I downloaded and configured a ThinstationDev environment.  This has gone well as also. I did a generic build on the server and started with the example build.conf and thinstation.conf.network and my workstation now does a PXE boot in under 30 seconds. However when I get to the Client GUI I receive the message.

 

“The Network Connection has been Disconnected”

 

My problem is I can’t figure out how to include the network drivers.  I have read the FAQ and the notes in the conf files and I’m just missing something.

Must be an extremely common bump to run into and I’m surprised I can’t find a step by step guide that covers this.

 

I’m not sure quite how to tell what version my ThinstationDev environment is.

The version number I wrote down when I installed a few weeks ago was 5.4.2 (0503) and I have just run the Update option from within the GUI.

 

I ran the ./build from the build environment and it succeeded.

 

Here are my configuration files.

build.conf and

thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot/thinstation.conf.network

 

No change to thinstation.conf.buildtime and I don’t have any other conf files in the pxe/boot folder.

 

It would be good if I could include all the networks drivers just like the demo boot cd and then start to exclude stuff I don’t need to make the image smaller and boot faster.

 

The network card is a BroadCom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which is on the motherboard of a Dell Optiplex 360.

 

Any ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

David

 

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build# cat build.conf

################################################

### ---     Thinstation Build Config     --- ###

################################################

#

#

# This is Thinstation s basic setup file. In this file you decide which

# hardware, programs and features to be included in the Thinstation

# boot image generated by running "./build".

#

# You can customize/limit the possibilities in the thinstation.conf

# files later.

#

# Anything after a "#" is a comment. You activate "things" by removing

# the "#" and remove "things" by putting a "#" in front of them.

#

# First we define which modules to include. Modules are hardware

# drivers. NEVER include more than necessary - the more modules, the

# longer boot time.

 

########################################################

### --- Machine Modules to include in boot image --- ###

########################################################

# A machine profile is a set of modules for a specific set of hardware

# components like a thinclient with adapters. It does not include any

# filesystem modules, those need to be selected individualy. Making a

# a machine profile is a two step process. First you will need to make

# an allmodules build like "./build --allmodules" with the extensions-x

# package included. Once the client machine is booted with that image

# you can open and xterm or telnet in and run "hwlister.sh". hwlister.sh

# will compile some lists and attempt to post them to the pxe server assigned

# to the client. If the pxe server is this workstation and you are hosting

# files directly out of this build env, you can then run

# "./mkmachine SOME-MODEL" and the files will be put into the machine folder

# under that model name. Now all you have to do is add a line to this file

# like "machine SOME-MODEL" and you will no longer have to make

# allmodules builds. If this is not the pxe server, you will have to

# move stuff around on your own, but the most important files are

# modules.list and firmware.list.

 

################################################

### --- Modules to include in boot image --- ###

################################################

# Any modules may be added as "module" or "module_pkg".

# If defined as a "module", the driver is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "module_pkg", the driver is added from outside the

# image, such as from a tftp server.  See note below for more details.

#

# Normally you should use "module".  Only use "module_pkg" if you want

# to dynamically load modules.

# Note: If you create a module_pkg network driver, and decide to load it

#       from a tftp server, it won t work.  This is because the image

#       won t have a network driver to get the module_pkg in the first

#       place.

 

#!Hardware

#!!Machine module list

#machine m704                           # Gigabyte m704 Rover PC

#machine WYSE9150se                     # WYSE 9150se Thin Client

#machine NT-A3500                       # Foxconn AMD E-350 Barebone

#machine NT-535                         # Foxconn Intel D525 Barebone

#machine Dell-FX170                     # Dell FX170 D525 Atom Machine

machine VMWare                          # A good set of modules for a VmWare Virtual Machine

#machine Virtualbox-4.1                 # A good set of modules for a Virtualbox Virtual Machine

#machine VIA-Epia-CLE266                # VIA Epia/Eden based on the the CLE266 chip. Rather common in thin clients a few years old

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented the following line

machine classic_generic         # Big list of modules that you can choose by unremarking them

 

#machine IGEL-M300C                     # Igel CX700 Via

#machine HP-t5135                       # HP CX700 Via

 

#!!Wireless Stuff

#package wpa_supplicant

#package wireless

#package wifi-connect

#!!!Misc Modules

 

# 12May15 DJP Added the following line

module bnx2                     # Broadcom NetXtremeII support

 

#!!Filesystem Support

# Every mounted device needs a filesystem, so choose which ones you need.

module usb-storage

#module autofs4                 # Automount and autofs support

module isofs                    # ISO9960 file system support for CDRoms

module udf                      # CDRom UDF file system support

module vfat                     # Fat and VFat file system support

#module ntfs                    # NTFS file system support

#module ext2                    # Ext2 file system support

#module ext3                    # Ext3 file system support

module ext4                     # Ext4 file system support

#module nfs                     # NFS file system support

#module cifs                    # CIFS support (use either this or smbfs - not both)

 

#!!Video Support

module vgastate                 # Needed by via_chrome9

module via_chrome9              # Driver for via VX900 (replace openchrome)

 

 

#################################################

### --- Packages to include in boot image --- ###

#################################################

 

# A package is a program or utility.

# Any packages may be added as "package" or "pkg".

# If defined as a "package", the program is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "pkg", the program is added from outside the image.

# Normally, you should use "package".  Only use "pkg" if you want to

# dynamically load programs.

 

 

# --- Packages to include in boot image

# --- Packages below may be "package" or "pkg"

#!!Miscellaneous

package aufs                    # This is needed in order for squashfs compression mode to work.

#package ts-classic              # The classic ts logic for network/netfiles/hostname/mounting/telnetd/telnet/playcd

#package automount

package udisks

package networkmanager

#package udisks-glue

package ntp                     # Utility to obtain date & time from network

#package sound-esd              # Enable sound-esd or sound-nasd if you want to be able to control

#package sound-nasd             #  sound on your thin client from another computer or

                                #  your remote session.

package alsa

package gnome-media

#package gnome-network-properties

package gnome-core

package volumeicon

#package kismet

package gst-plugins-base

package gst-plugins-good

#package crystalhd

#package libva

#package iptables               # IP Tables support

package cpufreq

#package cpuspeed

#package wine                   # Windows Application Execution Platform

 

#!!X related

# --- XOrg 7.7

#package xorg7-v4l

package xorg7-vesa              #A fallback driver that works with almost everything. Does allow resolution changes

package xorg7-vmware

package xorg7-ati               #ATI video driver for most modern ATI chipsets. Usually requires several firmwares

package xorg7-nouveau           #New opensource nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia           #Proprietary nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia_64         # Additional 64bit module

#package xorg7-openchrome       #Via Video Chipsets driver

package xorg7-intel             #Intel video driver for most modern chipsets except the GMA3500/3600

#package xorg7-sis

package xorg7-via               #Via driver for VX900 chipset, replaces the openchrome one

 

#!!Locale or localization files for keyboard and fonts.  (Language/Country)

package locale-cs_CZ  # Czech

package locale-da_DK  # Danish

package locale-de_DE  # German

package locale-en_GB  # English-Great Britain

package locale-en_US  # English-US

package locale-es_ES  # Spanish

package locale-fi_FI  # Finnish

package locale-fr_BE  # French Belgium

package locale-fr_CA  # French Canadian

package locale-fr_CH  # French Switzerland

package locale-fr_FR  # French

package locale-hr_HR  # Croation

package locale-hu_HU  # Hungarian

package locale-it_IT  # Italian

package locale-ja_JP  # Japanese

package locale-nb_NO  # Norwegian (bokmål)

package locale-pl_PL  # Polish

package locale-pt_PT  # Portuguese

package locale-pt_BR  # Portuguese-Brazil

package locale-ru_RU  # Russian

package locale-sv_SE  # Swedish

package locale-tr_TR  # Turkish

 

#!Applications

#!!Connection Package types.  Choose *at least* one!

package freerdp         # X RDP Client - fork of rdesktop

#package rdesktop               # X RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (ver 1.7)

#package vncviewer              # VNC client (vncviewer)

#package xorg7vnc               # Remote Control Client Workstation

#package ica                    # Citrix ICA client support

#package tarantella             # Tarantella client support

#package xnest                  # XDM in a window client

#package urxvt                  # Light Xterm Client (vt102)

#package xterm                  # Xterm Client (vt220)

#package ssh                    # Secure Shell client

#package tn5250                 # 5250 terminal emulator

#package dillo                  # Dillo light web browser

#package thinlinc               # Cendio ThinLinc client support

#package nx                     # No Machine NX client

#package 2x                     # 2X client

#package java                   # Java runtime

#package firefox_lowmem         # Firefox 3 for low resource machines

package firefox                 # Firefox current Web Browser

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented (Package Download failed during ./build)

#package chrome                 # Google Chrome Web Browser

#package kiosk                  # Rkiosk Plugin for Firefox

#package flash_lowmem           # Flash 9 browser plugin for firefox and low resource machines

#package flash                  # Flash Current

#package filezilla              # FileZilla FTP Client for X

#package git                    # GIT Version Control System

#package gparted                # Gnome Partition Manager

package open-vm-tools

#package medit                  # Notepad

#package mplayer                # DVD and video player

#package vmview                 # VMware Open-View Client, no PCoIP

#package vmviewpcoip            # VMware Open-View Client, PCOIP

#package xbmc                   # XBMC Media Center for X

#package evince                 # X PDF Viewer

 

#!!Window Managers. Choose no more than 1 window manager.

# Not needed if you don t want to manage windows.

#package openbox                # A spartin clean/fast window manager.

#package xdesktop-kiosk         # A locked down desktop kiosk using the openbox wm (See packages/xdesktop-kiosk/build/conf for

                                # more help.

#package icewm                  # "ICEWM" window manager.  Makes TS a light workstation.

#package icewm-theme-xp

#package icewm-themes           # Extra IceWM themes

#package icewm-theme-bernstein

#package icewm-theme-bluecrux

#package icewm-theme-liquid

 

package xfwm4

#package xfwm4-extra

package xfce4-power-manager

package terminal                # Terminal emulator for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

package thunar                  # File Manager for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

 

#!!Window Manager Utils

#package idle-shutdown          # Package that lets you specify automatic shutdown settings and logic.

#package wbar                   # Adds icons to desktop

#package idesk

 

#!!Other services

#package www                    # Web access to client.  From a browser: "http://<IP number>"

                                #  The standard page is for general user settings, administrative access

                                #  is on port 6800.

#package lp_server              # Remote printing daemon (JetDirect compatible)

#package lpr                    # LPR Print Server, for use with samba-server package

#package lprng                  # LPRng Print Server, supports network based printing

package cups

#package sshd                   # Dropbear secure shell server

#package tftpd                  # Built in tftpd server. Useful for making a tftpserver

                                #  for thinstation on a WAN over a slow link.

#package samba-server           # Samba server FS Support, allows you to share

                                #  local floppy/cdrom/hd/printer to other Windows

                                #  PCs. Needs supermount for removeable media.

package samba-client            # Samba smbclient, gives a shell like environment to access an samba server

#package hdupdate               # Package for updating TS images on a hardisk over a network connection

#package scp                    # Add ability to download files over internet using scp.  This package

                                #  adds some networking based options for downloading configuration files or

                                #  in using hdupdate package.

#package openvpn                # OpenVPN Client Support

 

 

#!!PCSCD Card Readers

#package gemplus410             # Card reader Gemplus 410 (Serial) and Gemplus 430 (USB)

#package ccidreader             # Generic USB card reader

 

 

#!!Miscellaneous

package gtk-2.0                 # Full gtk-2.0 plus clearlooks theme

package icons-cursor            # Anti Aliased Mouse Cursor Theme

package icons-hicolor           # Hi-Color icons for some applications and themes. Does not really contain any icons.

package icons-gnome             # gnome Hi-Color icons theme. Needed by most other icon themes.

#package icons-tango             # tango Hi-Color icons theme

#package icons-neu               # neu Hi-Color icons theme

#package fonts-misc

#package fonts-jis-misc         # Japanese Industrial

#package fonts-util

#package fonts-cyrillic

#package fonts-Speedo-Bitstream

package fonts-TTF-BH            # This one works nicely most of the time and is small.

package fonts-TTF-vera

#package fonts-TTF-MS           # Fonts for rendering documents developed on the MS Platform.

                            # Might want to talk to a lawyer before using these.

package fonts-TTF-liberation

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-75dpi-BH

#package fonts-75dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-75dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-100dpi-BH

#package fonts-100dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-100dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-Type1-BH

#package fonts-Type1-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-IBM

#package fonts-Type1-xfree86

#package lshw                   # list hardware

#package e3                     # Basic vi like Editor

#package rox                    # Basic File Manager

#package debug                  # metapackage to include other debugging packages and stop during bootup to check things.

#package extensions             # Adds various shell commands, will increase image size.

#package extensions-x           # Adds various utility s for the X Environment !!!! INCLUDES hwlister.sh !!!!

#package eGalax                 # eGalax TouchKit Drivers/Utility for serial and usb touchscreens by EETI.

#package installer              # Wipes a drive, makes partitions and downloads thinstation from a pxe server

#package devstation             # Starts a tftp server that hosts files from the boot-images/pxe folder

 

# Parameters

########################################

### --- Miscellaneous Parameters --- ###

########################################

#!!Basic

 

#param fastboot       true              # Mangles the filesystem a special way as to improve boot spead and reduce

                                        # memory utilization. Cool/Dangerous . Harder to dubug other packages. (Finishing Touch)

                                        # Set to 'true' to enable or 'lotsofmem' for slightly slower booting but no squash lag on app launch.

#param tsuser         tsuser            # Name of the user that thinstation will run as. Needs userauto package.

#param tsuserpasswd   pleasechangeme    # Do Change! Console/telnet password for non-root

 

param rootpasswd     pleasechangeme     # Do Change!  Console/telnet password for root

                                        # If this is enabled, Telnetd will be enabled.

param xorgvncpasswd  pleasechangeme     # VNC Access Password

param storagepasswd  pleasechangeme             # Password for storage server

param dialuppasswd   pleasechangeme             # Password for dialin account

param sambapasswd    pleasechangeme             # Password for samba shares when using user mode security

#param kernelcmdline "radeon.modeset=0"         # Add additional kernel command lines. e.g. disable radeon framebuffer

#param stripelf       yes                       # Strip extraneous information from elf binaries (Maybe not Safe)

#param acpisupport    disable                   # Tells the kernel not to load acpi modules. (Breaks some Intel Chipsets if disabled)

#param uvesafb        disable                   # Disable uvesafb (legacy option like modesetfb)

#param extra_vid      LVDS-1:d                  # Add an extra video= parameter to kernel cmd line (good for disabling outputs on video cards)

param bootlogo       true                       # Enable or Disable the use of the Boot splash.

param boottheme      default                    # Backgound picture during boot

#param splash        verbose                    # kernel splash setting (0=off, silent or verbose (default=silent)

param splash         silent

param fbmtrr         0                          # MTRR value for uvesafb (default = 0, 4 is the best) grep your log to make sure you have not set it to high

#param fbnocrtc      true                       # This is usually a good thing.

param fbsm           ywrap                      # Window scrolling method (redraw, ypan, ywrap) ywrap is best, but may not work correctly for all people

#param fbvtotal       16                        # Override Video Bios Reported Memory in MB

#param fbmaxhf        67                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Horizontal Frequency

#param fbmaxvf        61                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Vertical Frequency

#param fbmaxclk       155                               # Override Video Negotiated Max Clock Frequency

#param fbnoedid       true                              # Don t do video edid

#param bootresolution 1024x600-32                       # Resolution used during Thinstation boot.

#param bootresolution 1024x768-32                        # You can wright your own resolution mode here, if you know it.

#param bootresolution 1152x864-32

param bootresolution 1280x768-32

#param bootresolution 1366x768-32                       # Otherwise, you may want to refer to the vbe_modes.list you created with hwlister.sh

#param bootresolution 1280x1024-32                      # for modes that your card supports.

#param bootresolution 1400x900-32                       # It is also used by xrandr if no xrandr options are specified.

#param bootresolution 1680x1050-32

#param bootresolution 1920x1080-32

#param bootresolution 1400x1050-32

 

param desktop file:./backgrounds/Hive_Lite.jpg          # Custom image to load as desktop background

param defaultconfig  thinstation.conf.buildtime         # The file with default setup.  No other config file is found

                                                        #  during boot.

param basename       thinstation                        # Used for all config/tftp/scp file names

param basepath       ts5.4                              # Used to determine path to tftp/scp files

param baseurl        http://www.doncuppjr.net           # Used to determine url to wget files

#param keyfile        ./id_rsa                          # Path for private key file used for ssh/scp

#param knownhosts     ./known_hosts                     # Path for ssh known_hosts file for ssh/scp

#param localpkgs      false                             # to determine is PKG files are to be loaded locally

#param fulllocales    true                              # Use full locale support for packages

#param icaencryption  false                             # Use ica encryption support, add 290k to image

param haltonerror    false                              # Will halt on error, default is true

param hardlinkfs     true

param sametimestmp   true                               # When enabled, the timestamps for all files and folders will be set to 00:00 of todays date in your timezone

param initrdcmd      "squashfs"                         # Compression mode and level of initrd file. none, gzip -9, lzma -9 ,bzip2 -9

param bootverbosity   3                                 # Increased vebosity when booting TS

                                                        #   0 no verbose messages

                                                        #   1 boot

                                                        #   2 network

                                                        #   4 init

                                                        #   8 kernel

                                                        #  16 modules

                                                        #  32 packages

                                                        #  64 email bootlog file to SMTP server & user set in

                                                        #     thinstation.conf file.  This will only work

                                                        #     if networking is working.

                                                        #

                                                        #  Combinations can be used (e.g. 24 does Kernel and Module Messages)

 

#!!Advanced

# Leave this alone unless you can t download (wget required on your Linux box):

param downloads         /downloads

param bootimages        "iso syslinux pxe"

param syslinuxtheme     "default"

#param httpproxy        http://192.168.1.2:8080

 

#param bootfssize     50%                               # Modify the size of the tmpfs filesystem

 

package alltimezone

param allres            true            # Includes a lot of resolution splash images for live-cd s

param allfirmware       true            # Includes a lot of firmwares for live-cd s

param blacklist snd-pcsp.ko

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot# cat thinstation.conf.network

 

###############################################

 

# -- Thinstation sample configuration file -- #

 

###############################################

 

#

 

# This file must be named "thinstation.conf<xxx>" where <xxx> can be:

 

# .buildtime   Defines the defaults build into the image (note the leading .)

 

# .network     Default global config file loaded from the TFTP server.

 

# .user        Config file on local storage.

 

# -<name>      Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal

 

#              "name" (e.g. thinstation.conf-paul). Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# .group-<id>  Config file for a group of terminals (e.g. with printer setup

 

#              for those terminal with local printers. Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# -<IP>        Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the IP number <IP> specified (e.g. thinstation.conf-10.0.0.9).

 

# -<MAC>       Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the MAC address specified (e.g thinstation.conf-112233445566).

 

 

 

##

 

# --- General Options

 

#

 

# AUDIO_LEVEL        Audio Level for sound, 0-100

 

# MIC_LEVEL          Recording level for input devices, 0-100

 

# LOCALE             If multiple locales are included in the image, you can use this to

 

#                     select one during boot with a .conf file.

 

# TIME_ZONE          Used to set time zone on a TS client with a zone info file. If multiple

 

#                      zone-info files are included, this selection can be refined with additional

 

#                      .conf files.

 

# SYSLOG_SERVER      Log server ip address or hostname.

 

#                    If the work "local" is used, then syslog starts logging locally

 

#                    If not specified syslogd is not loaded.

 

# USB_STORAGE_SYNC   ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# USB_MOUNT_DIR      Directory to use for mounting usbdisks (default: /mnt/usbdevice/)

 

# USB_MOUNT_USELABEL Label to use for individual usb disks

 

#                    default is to use the device name (eg. sda1 - /mnt/usbdevice/sda1)

 

#                    NO       use default ONLY

 

#                    YES      will use label on usb volume if exists or fallback to default

 

#                    <label>  will use label on usb volume if exists or <label> otherwise

 

#                    adds suffix of n (1,2,3,etc.) if duplicate labels found

 

# USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for usb devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# DISK_STORAGE_SYNC  ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# DISK_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for disk devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# CDROM_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for cdrom devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# BIND_MOUNT#        A disk label to bind mount point mapping (eg. boot:/boot or home:/root)

 

# DAILY_REBOOT       Will reboot server if up over a day and one of the session

 

#                    types is closed

 

# AUTOPLAYCD         If enabled this will autoplay music cds when inserted.

 

# CUSTOM_CONFIG      Allows choosing custom boot config, On/Off

 

# RECONNECT_PROMPT   This displays the reconnection/shutdown options for when a session is ended

 

#

 

#                    OFF    No reconnect prompt

 

#                    ON     Reconnect prompt will be displayed

 

#                    FORCE  Just reconnect

 

#                    AUTO   Automatic reconnect

 

#                    AUTOXX Automatic reconnect attempt after XX seconds - msg is displayed

 

#                    MENU   Shows a menu with a shutdown and reconnection option

 

#                    MENUXX As MENU option, but the XX is a time period in minutes.

 

#                           After XX minutes shutdown will occur unless the reconnect option

 

#                           is choosen

 

# NO_SESSION         What to do in the event that all sessions have exited and not reconnected.

 

#                    POWEROFF  Shutdown the terminal.(default)

 

#                    REBOOT    Reboot the terminal.

 

# DEBUGPAUSE         Will pause at prompt after load of all modules and packages but before starting

 

#                    Only works if debug package included

 

#                    true       pause at prompt to allow debug

 

#                    false      don't pause (default)

 

# CRON_JOBx          Will add this crontab entry (1 - 9)

 

# FASTBOOT_URL       Normally fastboot will try to load lib.squash in the same way that vmlinuz and initrd

 

#                    were loaded. This will force fastboot to download lib.squash using a specific protocol

 

#                    and location

 

 

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=67

 

TIME_ZONE="America/Los_Angeles"

 

SYSLOG_SERVER=local

 

#USB_STORAGE_SYNC=On

 

#USB_MOUNT_DIR="/mnt/usbdevice"

 

#USB_MOUNT_USELABEL="Yes"

 

#USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS="utf8,shortname=win95"

 

BIND_MOUNT0="home:/root"

 

BIND_MOUNT1="boot:/boot"

 

BIND_MOUNT2="tsdev:/thinstation"

 

FASTBOOT_URL="http://www.thinstation.org"

 

DAILY_REBOOT=On

 

#AUTOPLAYCD=On

 

CUSTOM_CONFIG=Off

 

RECONNECT_PROMPT=On

 

#DEBUGPAUSE=true

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Defaults

 

# -- Default Settings for all sessions

 

#

 

# AUTOSTART             ON   Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                       OFF  Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# WORKSPACE             Workspace in the window manager to run the application in

 

# ICONMODE              MANUAL  Default sessions are not created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

#                       AUTO    Default sessions types are created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

# ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER   Whether or not the server entry dialog box is always displayed

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions have this off and menu sessions have this on

 

#                       OFF will disable the prompt for everything.

 

#                       ON will enable the prompt for everything.

 

# ALLOW_EXIT            Whether or not a user will be allowed to cancel the server address entry.

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions will not be allowed to exit and menu sessions will.

 

#                       OFF will force entry for everything.

 

#                       ON will allow exit from everything.

 

 

 

WORKSPACE=1

 

AUTOSTART=On

 

ICONMODE=AUTO

 

ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER=Off

 

ALLOW_EXIT=Off

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Details

 

#

 

# Note:                     # is a number equal to or greater than 0

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_TITLE           Title description for SESSION. Needed for replimenu.

 

# SESSION_#_TYPE            Package type, choose beetwen:

 

#                           - vncviewer        Start vncviewer in X

 

#                           - rdesktop         Start rdesktop in X

 

#                           - x                Start x-terminal session (xdm)

 

#                           - xnest            Start x-terminal session (xdm) from within blackbox

 

#                           - ssh              Start ssh client in linux console

 

#                           - telnet           Start telnet client in linux console

 

#                           - ica              Start Citrix ICA client in X

 

#                           - ica_wfc          Start ICA Manager

 

#                           - openbox          Start openbox window manager session

 

#                           - icewm            Start icewm window manager session

 

#                           - dillo            Start Web Browser in X

 

#                           - tftpd            Start tftp daemon

 

#                           - tarantella       Start tarantella client

 

#                           - rxvt             Start light xterm client

 

#                           - xterm            Start xterm client

 

#                           - tn5250           Start AS400 client in linux console

 

#                           - nx               Start NX Client Session

 

# SESSION_#_AUTOSTART       ON      Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                           OFF     Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# SESSION_#_CUSTOM_CONFIG   ON      Allows choosing custom config for when session starts

 

#                           OFF     Session boots normally

 

# SESSION_#_ICON            ON      Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in Window Manager Main Menu

 

#                           SUBMENU Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in a Submenu within the window manager

 

# SESSION_#_WORKSPACE       Workspace to run program on in a window manager

 

# SESSION_#_type_SERVER     IP address/hostname of the server

 

# SESSION_#_type_OPTIONS    Command line options for the session type

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_type_specific   This allows you to specify specific config file details for certain session

 

#                           types.  Currently support is NX and ICA.  Any configuration file setting

 

#                           can be changed with this setting.  An example of this is

 

#                           SESSION_0_NX_GENERAL_DESKTOP="Gnome"

 

#                           SESSION_0_ICA_APPSRV_USEFULLSCREEN="Yes"

 

#                           See your application manual for documentation on the settings which

 

#                           can be used.

 

 

 

# Individual Session Settings, override defaults (Likely Depricated)

 

#

 

# IMPORTANT:  Make sure you minimum have a SESSION_0. Otherwise you will get an error

 

# on boot. You may have additional sessions: SESSION_1, SESSION_2 ...

 

# SESSION_0 is on ctrl-alt-F3

 

# SESSION_1 is on ctrl-alt-F4

 

# ... etc.

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Proxy Options

 

#

 

# PROXY_HOST             DNS Name or IP Address of HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_PORT             TCP/IP Port to use on HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_IGNORE           Comma seperated list of hosts for which to bypass the proxy. "localhost,127.0.0.1/8" by default

 

# PROXY_USER             HTTP Proxy Authentication User

 

# PROXY_PASSWORD         HTTP Proxy User Password

 

# PROXY_USE_SAME         True/False, If enabled, HTTP Proxy settings will be used for all Protocols

 

# PROXY_SECURE_HOST      HTTPS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SECURE_PORT      HTTPS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_HOST       SOCKS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_PORT       SOCKS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_FTP_HOST         FTP Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_FTP_PORT         FTP Proxy Port

 

 

 

 

 

#PROXY_HOST=192.168.1.1

 

#PROXY_PORT=8080

 

#PROXY_USE_SAME=true

 

#PROXY_IGNORE="localhost,127.0.0.1/8"

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Gtk Theme Engine Selection

 

#

 

# GTK_THEME              Selects the theme engine that gtk will use to

 

#                        render buttons and sliders. Clearlooks by default

 

#                        Set to ALL to include all theme engines.

 

#                        Available themes:

 

#                                         Clearlooks

 

#                                         Crux

 

#                                         Industrial

 

#                                         Mist

 

#                                         Redmond

 

#                                         ThinIce

 

#                                         Xfce   if xfwm4 package is included

 

 

 

 

 

GTK_THEME=Clearlooks

 

 

##

# XFWM4_COMPOSITING                Boolean that determines whether or not to enable

#                                  desktop compositing

# XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS                 Sets the brightness level of the background

#                                  0 by default. Range -128 to 127

# XFWM4_SATURATION                 Sets the color saturation level of the background

#                                  1.0 by default. Range -10.0 to 10.0

# XFWM4_RED                        Sets the red index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with BLUE and GREEN

# XFWM4_BLUE                       Sets the blue index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and GREEN

# XFWM4_GREEN                      Sets the green index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and BLUE

#

# --- Xfwm4 Theme Selection

# XFWM4_THEME                      Selects the theme that xfwm4 will use for window

#                                  borders and colors. Default by default

#                                  Set to ALL to include all themes. Otherwise....

#                                  Available themes:

#                                         Adept

#                                         Agua

#                                         Agualemon

#                                         Alternate

#                                         Atlanta

#                                         Atlanta2

#                                         B5

#                                         B6

#                                         BBS

#                                         Basix

#                                         Beastie

#                                         Biz

#                                         Blackwall

#                                         Buzz

#                                         Coldsteel

#                                         Coolclean

#                                         Crux

#                                         Cruxish

#                                         Curve

#                                         Daloa

#                                         Default

#                                         Defcon-IV

#                                         Eazel-blue

#                                         Elberg

#                                         Exocet

#                                         Fbx

#                                         G2

#                                         Galaxy

#                                         Gaudy

#                                         Gelly

#                                         Gnububble

#                                         Gorilla

#                                         Gtk

#                                         Iceg

#                                         Kde

#                                         Kde1

#                                         Keramik

#                                         Kindaker

#                                         Kleanux

#                                         Kokodi

#                                         Koynacity

#                                         LineArt

#                                         Linea

#                                         Meenee

#                                         Metabox

#                                         Microcurve

#                                         Microdeck

#                                         Microdeck2

#                                         Microdeck3

#                                         Microgui

#                                         Mofit

#                                         Moheli

#                                         Next

#                                         Ops

#                                         Opta

#                                         Oroborus

#                                         Perl

#                                         Pills

#                                         Piranha

#                                         Platinum

#                                         Prune

#                                         Quiet-purple

#                                         Quinx

#                                         R9X

#                                         Redmond

#                                         RedmondXP

#                                         Retro

#                                         Silverado

#                                         Slick

#                                         Slimline

#                                         Smallscreen

#                                         Smoothwall

#                                         Symphony

#                                         Synthetic

#                                         TUX

#                                         Tabs

#                                         Tgc

#                                         Tgc-large

#                                         Today

#                                         Totem

#                                         Trench

#                                         Triviality

#                                         Tubular

#                                         Variation

#                                         Waza

#                                         Wildbush

#                                         Xfce

#

# DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE                Sets the size of icons on the desktop

# DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE                Sets the font size for desktop icons

# DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false          hide/display Trash Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=false     hide/display Removeable Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false     hide/display Filesystems Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# PANEL_AUTOHIDE=false             hide/display Panel behind Window

# PANEL_PAGER=false                hide/display The workspace switcher

# PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY           If enabled, the systray will be to the left of the clock

# PANEL_USER=false                 Show the logged in user at the far right of the start bar

# XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"    Put the startbar at the bottom of the screen instead of the top

# XFWM4_START_TITLE="Start"        Change the text displayed on the start button

# XFWM4_START_ICON="freerdp"       Change the icon displayed on the start button

 

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_SATURATION=1.0

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_THEME=Xfce

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=38

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

 

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=firefox

 

#SESSION_#_FIREFOX_HOMEPAGE=http://thinstation.org

 

 

 

#    /flag (enables flag)

 

#    /option:<value> (specifies option with value)

 

#    +toggle -toggle (enables or disables toggle, where '/' is a synonym of '+')

 

#

 

#    /v:<server>[:port]         Server hostname

 

#    /port:<number>             Server port

 

#    /w:<width>                 Width

 

#    /h:<height>                Height

 

#    /size:<width>x<height>     Screen size

 

#    /f                         Fullscreen mode

 

#    /bpp:<depth>               Session bpp (color depth)

 

#    /kbd:0x<layout id> or <layout name>        Keyboard layout

 

#    /kbd-list                  List keyboard layouts

 

#    /kbd-type:<type id>        Keyboard type

 

#    /kbd-subtype:<subtype id>  Keyboard subtype

 

#    /kbd-fn-key:<function key count>   Keyboard function key count

 

#    /admin                     Admin (or console) session

 

#    /multimon                  Use multiple monitors

 

#    /workarea                  Use available work area

 

#    /monitors:<0,1,2...>       Select monitors to use

 

#    /monitor-list              List detected monitors

 

#    /t:<title>                 Window title

 

#    +decorations (default:off) Window decorations

 

#    +smart-sizing (default:off)        Scale remote desktop to window size

 

#    /a                         Addin

 

#    /vc                        Static virtual channel

 

#    /dvc                       Dynamic virtual channel

 

#    /u:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>]  Username

 

#    /p:<password>              Password

 

#    /d:<domain>                Domain

 

#    /g:<gateway>[:port]        Gateway Hostname

 

#    /gu:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>] Gateway username

 

#    /gp:<password>             Gateway password

 

#    /gd:<domain>               Gateway domain

 

#    /load-balance-info:<info string>   Load balance info

 

#    /app:||<alias> or <executable path>        Remote application program

 

#    /app-name:<app name>       Remote application name for user interface

 

#    /app-icon:<icon path>      Remote application icon for user interface

 

#    /app-cmd:<parameters>      Remote application command-line parameters

 

#    /app-file:<file name>      File to open with remote application

 

#    /app-guid:<app guid>       Remote application GUID

 

#    +compression (default:off) Compression

 

#    /shell                     Alternate shell

 

#    /shell-dir                 Shell working directory

 

#    /sound                     Audio output (sound)

 

#    /microphone                Audio input (microphone)

 

#    /audio-mode                Audio output mode

 

#    /multimedia                Redirect multimedia (video)

 

#    /network                   Network connection type

 

#    /drive                     Redirect drive

 

#    +drives (default:off)      Redirect all drives

 

#    +home-drive (default:off)  Redirect home drive

 

#    +clipboard (default:off)   Redirect clipboard

 

#    /serial                    Redirect serial device

 

#    /parallel                  Redirect parallel device

 

#    /smartcard                 Redirect smartcard device

 

#    /printer                   Redirect printer device

 

#    /usb                       Redirect USB device

 

#    +multitouch (default:off)  Redirect multitouch input

 

#    /echo                      Echo channel

 

#    +fonts (default:off)       Smooth fonts (ClearType)

 

#    +aero (default:off)        Desktop composition

 

#    +window-drag (default:off) Full window drag

 

#    +menu-anims (default:off)  Menu animations

 

#    -themes (default:on)       Themes

 

#    -wallpaper (default:on)    Wallpaper

 

#    /gdi:<sw|hw>               GDI rendering

 

#    /rfx                       RemoteFX

 

#    /rfx-mode:<image|video>    RemoteFX mode

 

#    /frame-ack:<number>        Frame acknowledgement

 

#    /nsc                       NSCodec

 

#    /jpeg                      JPEG codec

 

#    /jpeg-quality:<percentage> JPEG quality

 

#    -nego (default:on)         protocol security negotiation

 

#    /sec:<rdp|tls|nla|ext>     force specific protocol security

 

#    -sec-rdp (default:on)      rdp protocol security

 

#    -sec-tls (default:on)      tls protocol security

 

#    -sec-nla (default:on)      nla protocol security

 

#    +sec-ext (default:off)     nla extended protocol security

 

#    /cert-name:<name>          certificate name

 

#    /cert-ignore               ignore certificate

 

#    /pcb:<blob>                Preconnection Blob

 

#    /pcid:<id>                 Preconnection Id

 

#    /vmconnect:<vmid>          Hyper-V console (use port 2179, disable negotiation)

 

#    -authentication (default:on)       authentication (hack!)

 

#    -encryption (default:on)   encryption (hack!)

 

#    -grab-keyboard (default:on)        grab keyboard

 

#    -toggle-fullscreen (default:on)    Alt+Ctrl+Enter toggles fullscreen

 

#    -mouse-motion (default:on) mouse-motion

 

#    /parent-window:<window id> Parent window id

 

#    -bitmap-cache (default:on) bitmap cache

 

#    -offscreen-cache (default:on)      offscreen bitmap cache

 

#    -glyph-cache (default:on)  glyph cache

 

#    /codec-cache:<rfx|nsc|jpeg>        bitmap codec cache

 

#    -fast-path (default:on)    fast-path input/output

 

#    /max-fast-path-size:<size> maximum fast-path update size

 

#    +async-input (default:off) asynchronous input

 

#    +async-update (default:off)        asynchronous update

 

#    +async-transport (default:off)     asynchronous transport (unstable)

 

#    +async-channels (default:off)      asynchronous channels (unstable)

 

#    /wm-class:<class name>     set the WM_CLASS hint for the window instance

 

#    /version                   print version

 

#    /help                      print help

 

#    /play-rfx:<pcap file>      Replay rfx pcap file

 

#    +auth-only (default:off)   Authenticate only.

 

 

 

# The /bpp: option here specifies the color depth

 

# Note certain servers support certain color depths, wrong settings with this

 

# may cause your connection to fail.

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Donald"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:user /p:password /bpp:16"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

# /u:'' gives a blank user name

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Road Runner"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:'' /bpp:8"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

#Example on USB and CD redirection for freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Remote Desktop"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="+drives /multimedia /rfx +fonts +aero"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

FREERDP_SELECT_SERVER=true

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0="1 Big_Bad_Server_Donald"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0_OPTIONS="-sec-nla"

 

FREERDP_KNOWN_HOST_0="Big_Bad_Server_Donald 7a:a4:af:8a:98:da:50:52:ba:33:8d:e6:15:4e:49:7b:b3"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1="2 Big_Bad_Server_Road_Runner"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1_OPTIONS="-sec-nla /cert-ignore"

 

 

 

#       Various Options for controlling icon preferences

 

#ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER    Attempts to save space by compositing icon themes

 

#                               on top of each other from first to last. The last

 

#                               theme specified should be the most significant.

 

#

 

#ICONS_CUT_SIZES                Should save some space by dropping some rarely

 

#                               used icon sizes like scalable and 256x256

 

#

 

#ICONS_THEME                    Sets a specific theme to the default when multiple

 

#                               themes are included. Don't use with COMPOSITE_THEME

 

 

 

ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER="gnome Tango Neu"

 

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

 

#ICONS_THEME=Neu

 

##

 

# --- X Server Options

 

#

 

# SCREEN_RESOLUTION       Screen resolutions available in the workstations

 

# SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH      Number of bits per pixel (8,16,24), just use ONE value

 

# SCREEN_HORIZSYNC        Monitor horizontal sync frequency in Khz.

 

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

 

# SCREEN_VERTREFRESH      Monitor vertical refresh frecuency in Hz.

 

#                         If left blank Xorg will try to detect with DDC

 

#                      

 

#                         Screen Saver Settings

 

# SCREEN_BLANK_TIME       Minutes to X session goes blank

 

# SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into standby mode

 

# SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME     Minutes to X session goes into suspend mode

 

# SCREEN_OFF_TIME         Minutes to X session turn off

 

# DONT_VT_SWITCH_STATE    If true, don't allow vt switching in X

 

# DONT_ZAP_STATE          If true, don't allow hot key exit from X

 

#

 

# MOUSE_PROTOCOL          Mouse protocol type (Microsoft, PS/2, etc.)

 

#                         (mouse is autodetected, use this only if it fails)

 

# MOUSE_DEVICE            Mouse device:  /dev/ttyS0 -> COM1

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS1 -> COM2

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS2 -> COM3

 

#                                   /dev/ttyS3 -> COM4

 

#                                   /dev/psaux -> PS/2 mouse port

 

#                                   /dev/input/mice -> USB mouse (needs USB package)

 

# MOUSE_RESOLUTION        Mouse resolution

 

# MOUSE_ACCELERATION      Mouse acceleration

 

# X_NUMLOCK               Set numlock state on boot

 

# X_COOKIE                Will set X Cookie if specified

 

 

 

SCREEN_RESOLUTION="800x600 | 1024x768 | 640x480 | *"

 

SCREEN_COLOR_DEPTH="24"

 

#SCREEN_HORIZSYNC="30-64 | *"

 

#SCREEN_VERTREFRESH="56-87 | 60 | 56 | 70 | 72 | 75"

 

SCREEN_BLANK_TIME=10

 

SCREEN_STANDBY_TIME=20

 

SCREEN_SUSPEND_TIME=30

 

SCREEN_OFF_TIME=60

 

#MOUSE_PROTOCOL=PS/2

 

#MOUSE_DEVICE=/dev/psaux

 

MOUSE_RESOLUTION=100

 

#MOUSE_ACCELERATION=1/2

 

X_COOKIE=36d71ab65c10ef065702c111a3d31593

 

#X_NUMLOCK=Off

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# -- Advanced XServer Options - Experts Only

 

# X_DRIVER_NAME           Driver for X, this will override the autodetection scripts

 

# X_DRIVER_BUSID          Screen Card BusID

 

# X_<SECTION>_OPTIONn   Where <SECTION>=SERVERFLAGS,SERVERLAYOUT,MODULES,FILES,DRI,DEVICE,MONITOR,SCREEN,MODES

 

# X_DEVICE_OPTION1-9    Addditional options for driver

 

# X_MONITOR_OPTION1-9   Addditional options for monitor

 

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE    Add user defined ModeLine

 

# X_MONITOR_MODELINE1-9 Add more user defined ModeLines

 

# X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1-9  Add keyboard options

 

# X_MOUSE_OPTION1-9     Add mouse options

 

# USE_XRANDR            Use xrandr to set diplay size and orientation

 

# XRANDR_OPTIONS        Specific options to pass to xrandr instead of just the bootresolution

 

# -- Advanced Options - Experts Only

 

#X_DRIVER_NAME="mga"

 

#X_DRIVER_BUSID="PCI:1:0:0"

 

 

 

X_DEVICE_OPTION1="swcursor On"

 

USE_XRANDR=TRUE

 

#XRANDR_OPTIONS="-s 1680x1050"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION2="ActiveDevice CRT"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION3="noDDC Off"

 

#X_DEVICE_OPTION4="UseBios Off"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION1="XkbModel pc98"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION2="XkbLayout nec/jp,us"

 

#X_KEYBOARD_OPTION3="XkbOptions grp:alt_shift_toggle"

 

#X_MONITOR_OPTION1="DPMS On"

 

#X_MONITOR_OPTION2="TargetRefresh 60"

 

#X_MONITOR_MODELINE='"1680x1050" 146.2 1680 1784 1960 2240 1050 1053 1059 1089 -HSync -VSync'

 

 

 

##

# -- Card Reader Options

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT           # Specify port for serial card, not needed for USB

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE           # Can be SERIAL or USB

 

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_PORT="/dev/ttyS0"

#PCSCD_CARDREADER_TYPE="USB"

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Samba Options

 

#

 

# SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED    Enable Samba Server Daemons, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_SECURITY          Type of security, USER, DOMAIN, SERVER

 

# SAMBA_SERVER            Server for security

 

# SAMBA_WINS              Server Name to Enable Samba to be a WINS Client

 

# SAMBA_HARDDISK          Enable Harddrive support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_CDROM             Enable CDRom Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_FLOPPY            Enable Floppy Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_PRINTER           Enable Printer Support, On/Off

 

# SAMBA_USB               Enable USB Support, On/Off

 

 

 

#SAMBA_SERVER_ENABLED=Off

 

#SAMBA_WORKGROUP=BigPeople

 

#SAMBA_SECURITY=Server

 

#SAMBA_SERVER=BadMan

 

#SAMBA_WINS=BadMan

 

#SAMBA_HARDDISK=Off

 

#SAMBA_CDROM=On

 

#SAMBA_FLOPPY=On

 

#SAMBA_PRINTER=On

 

#SAMBA_USB=Off

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- PKG Options

 

#

 

# PKG_PACKAGES       Choice of packages to download for PKG

 

#                    You can also use PKG_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

 

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

 

# PKG_PREFIX         Download PKGs from a subdir of /tftpboot or PKG Path if PKG_PATH

 

#                    is set in thinstation.conf

 

# PKG_PATH           Path to PKG files if not using tftpboot

 

#                    Floppy: /mnt/floppy

 

#                    CD-ROM: /mnt/cdrom

 

#                    HD:     /mnt/disc/hdX/part1   (first disc, first partition)

 

#                    NFS:    /mnt/nfs

 

#                    Samba:  /mnt/smb

 

# MOD_PACKAGES       Choice of modules to download for MPKG

 

#                    You can also use MOD_PACKAGES1-8 for additional package selections

 

#                    This is useful for using multiple network group files

 

# MOD_PREFIX         Downloads and insmod's a module from a subdir of /tftpboot

 

#                    if MOD_PREFIX is set in thinstation.conf

 

 

 

#PKG_PACKAGES="blackbox rxvt"

 

#PKG_PREFIX=pkg

 

#PKG_PATH=/mnt/cdrom

 

#MOD_PACKAGES="usb-hid usb-storage"

 

#MOD_PREFIX=modules

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Networking Options

 

#

 

# NET_HOSTNAME           Hostname to use if not using a thinstation.hosts file, note

 

#                        that the machine MAC address will replace any * if used.

 

# NET_SMTP_SERVER        Email server address for error logs

 

# NET_SMTP_EMAIL         Email address of administrator

 

# NET_TIME_SERVER        Time server on network with which to sync. NTP Time Server. Recommend <country code>.pool.ntp.org

 

# NET_TELNETD            Enables built-in telnetd server package

 

# NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM List of hostnames/ip address accepted by the server

 

#                        for remote control, used by telnetd and www packages

 

# NET_USE                Sets which interfaces to try and enable at boot time

 

#                        LAN  Only try and initialize wired interfaces

 

#                        WLAN Only try and initialize wireless interfaces (You still need to set other parameters)

 

#                        BOTH Try and enable all interfaces

 

#

 

# -- Mounting networked filesystems --

 

#

 

# NET_NFS_SERVER         This is the path to the NFS server, ie

 

#                        server:/path/to/share.

 

# NET_SMB_SERVER         This is the path to the SMB server, ie

 

#                        server:/path/to/share.

 

# NET_SMB_WORKGROUP      Workgroup of samba server

 

# NET_SMB_USER           This is the username for SMB mounts, password is

 

#                        defined at build time in build.conf

 

# NET_LINKWAIT           Amount of time to wait for a link.

 

 

 

NET_LINKWAIT=6

 

NET_USE=BOTH

 

#NET_HOSTNAME=donald

 

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

 

NET_TIME_SERVER=pool.ntp.org

 

NET_DHCP_TIMEOUT=30

 

#NET_SMTP_SERVER=donald

 

#NET_SMTP_EMAIL=[hidden email]

 

#NET_TIME_SERVER=mickey

 

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=On

 

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="duck.quak.org.au 192.168.0.0 .disney.us"

 

#NET_NFS_SERVER=bigserver:/opt/thinstation

 

#NET_SMB_USER=duck

 

 

 

 

 

# -- For use in thinstation.conf.buildtime only:

 

#

 

# NET_USE_DHCP           Enable DHCP Resolution

 

#                        ON     Use DHCP, fail if it doesn't get a lease

 

#                        OFF    Don't use DHCP, manual configuration required

 

#                        BOTH   Use DHCP in first instance, failing to get a lease, try manual config

 

# NET_IP_ADDRESS         IP Address of client

 

# NET_MASK               Network mask of client

 

# NET_GATEWAY            IP Address of gateway

 

# NET_DHCP_DELAY         Delay before continuing script after bringing up interface, only needed if

 

#                        using spanning tree "port discovery" in a switched environment.  Default is 0 seconds.

 

# NET_FILE_METHOD        Method to download files, ie scp or tftp, scp is only available if package ssh

 

#                        is selected in build as a "package".

 

# NET_FILE_ENABLED       Use server for config file, On/Off

 

# NET_FILE_USER          User to connect to SCP server as

 

# NET_FILE_ALTERNATE     Alternate server for vmware or non-standard dhcp servers

 

# NET_DNS1               DNS Server 1

 

# NET_DNS2               DNS Server 2

 

# NET_DNS_SEARCH         Default DNS domain to search

 

 

 

#NET_USE_DHCP=Off

 

#NET_IP_ADDRESS=192.168.0.1

 

#NET_MASK=255.255.255.0

 

#NET_GATEWAY=192.168.0.254

 

#NET_DHCP_DELAY=30

 

#NET_FILE_ENABLED=Off

 

#NET_FILE_METHOD=tftp

 

#NET_FILE_USER=not_needed_for_tftp

 

#NET_FILE_ALTERNATE=192.168.0.4

 

#NET_DNS1=192.168.0.2

 

#NET_DNS2=192.168.0.3

 

#NET_DNS_SEARCH=cartoons.org.nz

 

 

 

 

 

##

# --- Networking Options (NetworkManager)

### PROTOCOL INDEPENDENT  

#

## Maximum transmission unit (for either IPv4 or 6)

# NET_MTU=1480         

#

#

### IPV4

#

## IPv4 interface mode: auto->DHCP,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      disabled: interface disabled

# NET_IPV4_MODE=auto|manual|disabled

#

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#

## Additional static IP addresses

# NET_IPV4_ADDRESS2=

# NET_IPV4_GATEWAY2=

#

## DNS server(s) to use

# NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

# NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#   or

# NET_IPV4_DNS="74.82.42.42;78.82.42.43"

#

## DNS search suffix 

# NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=somedomain.org

#

## Routes

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_IP=171.20.20.0/24

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_GW=170.20.20.32

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE1_METRIC=

# NET_IPV4_ROUTE2_IP=....

#

#

### IPV6

#

## IPv6 interface mode: auto->stateless autoconfiguration,

##                      manual->static IP

##                      dhcp->stateful DHCP configuration

##                      disabled: interface disabled

##

## NET_IPV6_MODE=auto|manual|dhcp|disabled

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

## static IP address to assign (/<CIDR prefix length>)

## (address & gateway must be provided if "manual" is set)

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

##

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv4

#NET_IPV4_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV4_ADDRESS=170.20.20.20/12

#NET_IPV4_GATEWAY=170.20.0.1

#NET_IPV4_DNS1=74.82.42.42

#NET_IPV4_DNS2=

#NET_IPV4_DNS_SEARCH=google.com

 

# NM System Connection Config - IPv6

#NET_IPV6_MODE=manual

#NET_IPV6_ADDRESS=2001:470:8:677::92a3/64

#NET_IPV6_GATEWAY=2001:470:8:677::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS1=2001:470:20::2

#NET_IPV6_DNS2=

#NET_IPV6_DNS_SEARCH=

 

# NM System Connection Config - Protocol-independent

#NET_MTU=1480

 

 

##

 

# --- Wireless

 

#

 

#WIRELESS_ESSID             # ESSID (extended network name) : My Network, any

 

#WIRELESS_NWID              # NWID/Domain (cell identifier) : 89AB, 100, off

 

#WIRELESS_MODE              # Operation mode : Ad-Hoc, Managed, Master, Repeater, Secondary, auto

 

#WIRELESS_FREQ              # 2.422G, 2.46G (frequency)

 

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL           # 1, 2, 3 (channel)

 

#WIRELESS_SENS              # Sensitivity (cell size + roaming speed) : 1, 2, 3 ; -70 (dBm)

 

#WIRELESS_RATE              # Bit rate : auto, 1M, 11M

 

#WIRELESS_RTS               # RTS threshold : off, 500

 

#WIRELESS_FRAG              # Fragmentation threshold : off, 1000

 

#WIRELESS_IWCONFIG          # Other iwconfig parameters : power off, ap 01:23:45:67:89:AB

 

#WIRELESS_IWSPY             # iwspy parameters : + 01:23:45:67:89:AB

 

#WIRELESS_IWPRIV            # iwpriv parameters : set_port 2, set_histo 50 60

 

#WIRELESS_KEY               # Encryption key : 4567-89AB-CD, s:password

 

#WIRELESS_WPAKEY            # WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key (PSK): at least 8 ASCII characters

 

#WIRELESS_DRIVER            # Driver name for WPA/WPA2 support

 

 

 

WIRELESS_ESSID="ssid"

 

WIRELESS_NWID=""

 

WIRELESS_MODE="managed"

 

#WIRELESS_FREQ=""

 

#WIRELESS_CHANNEL=""

 

#WIRELESS_SENS=""

 

#WIRELESS_RATE=""

 

#WIRELESS_RTS=""

 

#WIRELESS_FRAG=""

 

WIRELESS_IWCONFIG=""

 

WIRELESS_IWSPY=""

 

WIRELESS_IWPRIV=""

 

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

 

WIRELESS_KEY="abcdef"

 

WIRELESS_WPAKEY=""

 

WIRELESS_DRIVER=wext

 

 

 

# RADIUS Configuration

 

#

 

# WIRED_SUPPLICANT=true

 

#

 

# RADIUS_ID=""                  A valid Radius ID

 

# RADIUS_PSK=""                 A valid Radius PSK

 

# or

 

# CUSTOM_SUPPLICANT_CONF=""     Path to wpa_supplicant.conf file

 

 

 

RADIUS_ID="BOB"

 

RADIUS_PSK="I'm a little tea pot"

 

 

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Permanent Storage Options

 

#

 

# STORAGE_PATH           Path to where storage device is mounted to save

 

#                        profile settings.  This should be one of

 

#                        /mnt/usbdevice/sdX/partX or disc

 

#                        /mnt/floppy

 

#                        /mnt/disc/hdX/partX

 

#                        /mnt/nfs

 

#                        /mnt/smb

 

#

 

#                        Note that the profile settings are stored under

 

#                        a subfolder for this path.  So the path to the

 

#                        stored settings would be something like

 

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile

 

#                        See the FAQ on the website for more details on this

 

#

 

#                        Also checkout README.IMPORTANT for the valid

 

#                        config files which you can place here

 

#                        a typical file to store config file settings is

 

#                        /mnt/floppy/thinstation.profile/thinstation.conf.user

 

#

 

#                        Also note that the .profile can be changed by using

 

#                        the below STORAGE_PREFIX

 

# STORAGE_PREFIX         This is prefex for the folder name to store settings

 

#                        in on the storage device.   You can also use one of the

 

#                        special characters below.

 

#

 

#                        M = Mac Address

 

#                        H = Hostname

 

#                        I = Ip Address

 

#

 

#                        Note default prefix for storing the profile is

 

#                        .profile

 

# STORAGE_CONFIG1-8      This is the path for any user defined settings

 

#                        which will always override the profile path above

 

#                        The files are tried on order on each device specified

 

 

 

 

 

#STORAGE_PATH=/mnt/nfs

 

#STORAGE_PREFIX=H

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/floppy

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG2=/mnt/cdrom

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG3=/mnt/disc/hda/part1

 

#STORAGE_CONFIG4=/mnt/usbdevice/sda/part1

 

 

 

 

##

#**** EXPERIMENTAL ****

# Dual Head Support

#

# This allows two seperate X sessions to be started with seperate input devices.  This allows

# effectively two seperate machines within the same PC.  You will need seperate screen cards

# to enable this.  It is best to use with 1 AGP card and 1 PCI card.

 

# Check out http://www.ltn.lv/~aivils/eng-video.html for a list of known compatable screen cards

 

# Input Device support should be:

#

# Primary mouse and keyboard PS/2

# Secondary mouse and keyboard USB

#

# There is some basic detection scripts for this, but these will need to be improved in TS 3.0.

# If thinstation doesn't detect both a USB keyboard and mouse it will default back to dual

# screen support, not dual head.

#

# This is not considered stable.  If you exit the session, or try to change to a console screen

# with Alt-F1 etc... it will probably crash the machine.  If it doesn't work with your hardware

# there is nothing that can be done about it.

 

# The kernel Advanced Power Management module is disabled when using dual screen as it causes the

# second screen to crash.

 

# Note the below option only supports 1-2, anything more than two won't work.  This is provided

# for future development, to create a machine with more than two seperate sessions.

 

# SESSION_#_SCREEN_POSITION 1-X When using dual screen support you can specify the position

#                               of each session.  This allows to seperate sessions to be on

#                               seperate screens.  If only 1 session is in use, this option will

#                               make no differnece.  You can specify between 1+ positions

 

 

 


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David Pollard

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Hi There,

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From: David Pollard [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Friday, 13 May 2016 11:40 AM
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Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Hi Sandeep,

That’s it!  You picked it in one. J

I can now press ahead to figure out my other configuration tweaks

Thanks

David

 

 




 

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From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, 12 May 2016 10:42 PM
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Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Have you tried

 

./build --allmodules

 

 

Sandeep Pankhania 
IT Infrastructure Services Technical Analyst
Insight Investment, 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4LA
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From: David Pollard [[hidden email]]
Sent: 12 May 2016 08:55
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Thinstation-general] ThinStation Network Drivers Broadcom Netlink

 

Hi Guys,

I tried one of the live cd demo’s recently and it worked very well.

As a proof of concept, I booted my workstation from a USB stick and connect to my remote desktop server and after a bit of fiddling around I could configure all the settings I needed and the response times on the workstation were quite acceptable.  So I know what I want to do is possible.

 

Of course when I rebooted from the CD again I have to reconfigure my settings.

  

Next I downloaded and configured a ThinstationDev environment.  This has gone well as also. I did a generic build on the server and started with the example build.conf and thinstation.conf.network and my workstation now does a PXE boot in under 30 seconds. However when I get to the Client GUI I receive the message.

 

“The Network Connection has been Disconnected”

 

My problem is I can’t figure out how to include the network drivers.  I have read the FAQ and the notes in the conf files and I’m just missing something.

Must be an extremely common bump to run into and I’m surprised I can’t find a step by step guide that covers this.

 

I’m not sure quite how to tell what version my ThinstationDev environment is.

The version number I wrote down when I installed a few weeks ago was 5.4.2 (0503) and I have just run the Update option from within the GUI.

 

I ran the ./build from the build environment and it succeeded.

 

Here are my configuration files.

build.conf and

thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot/thinstation.conf.network

 

No change to thinstation.conf.buildtime and I don’t have any other conf files in the pxe/boot folder.

 

It would be good if I could include all the networks drivers just like the demo boot cd and then start to exclude stuff I don’t need to make the image smaller and boot faster.

 

The network card is a BroadCom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which is on the motherboard of a Dell Optiplex 360.

 

Any ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

David

 

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build# cat build.conf

################################################

### ---     Thinstation Build Config     --- ###

################################################

#

#

# This is Thinstation s basic setup file. In this file you decide which

# hardware, programs and features to be included in the Thinstation

# boot image generated by running "./build".

#

# You can customize/limit the possibilities in the thinstation.conf

# files later.

#

# Anything after a "#" is a comment. You activate "things" by removing

# the "#" and remove "things" by putting a "#" in front of them.

#

# First we define which modules to include. Modules are hardware

# drivers. NEVER include more than necessary - the more modules, the

# longer boot time.

 

########################################################

### --- Machine Modules to include in boot image --- ###

########################################################

# A machine profile is a set of modules for a specific set of hardware

# components like a thinclient with adapters. It does not include any

# filesystem modules, those need to be selected individualy. Making a

# a machine profile is a two step process. First you will need to make

# an allmodules build like "./build --allmodules" with the extensions-x

# package included. Once the client machine is booted with that image

# you can open and xterm or telnet in and run "hwlister.sh". hwlister.sh

# will compile some lists and attempt to post them to the pxe server assigned

# to the client. If the pxe server is this workstation and you are hosting

# files directly out of this build env, you can then run

# "./mkmachine SOME-MODEL" and the files will be put into the machine folder

# under that model name. Now all you have to do is add a line to this file

# like "machine SOME-MODEL" and you will no longer have to make

# allmodules builds. If this is not the pxe server, you will have to

# move stuff around on your own, but the most important files are

# modules.list and firmware.list.

 

################################################

### --- Modules to include in boot image --- ###

################################################

# Any modules may be added as "module" or "module_pkg".

# If defined as a "module", the driver is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "module_pkg", the driver is added from outside the

# image, such as from a tftp server.  See note below for more details.

#

# Normally you should use "module".  Only use "module_pkg" if you want

# to dynamically load modules.

# Note: If you create a module_pkg network driver, and decide to load it

#       from a tftp server, it won t work.  This is because the image

#       won t have a network driver to get the module_pkg in the first

#       place.

 

#!Hardware

#!!Machine module list

#machine m704                           # Gigabyte m704 Rover PC

#machine WYSE9150se                     # WYSE 9150se Thin Client

#machine NT-A3500                       # Foxconn AMD E-350 Barebone

#machine NT-535                         # Foxconn Intel D525 Barebone

#machine Dell-FX170                     # Dell FX170 D525 Atom Machine

machine VMWare                          # A good set of modules for a VmWare Virtual Machine

#machine Virtualbox-4.1                 # A good set of modules for a Virtualbox Virtual Machine

#machine VIA-Epia-CLE266                # VIA Epia/Eden based on the the CLE266 chip. Rather common in thin clients a few years old

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented the following line

machine classic_generic         # Big list of modules that you can choose by unremarking them

 

#machine IGEL-M300C                     # Igel CX700 Via

#machine HP-t5135                       # HP CX700 Via

 

#!!Wireless Stuff

#package wpa_supplicant

#package wireless

#package wifi-connect

#!!!Misc Modules

 

# 12May15 DJP Added the following line

module bnx2                     # Broadcom NetXtremeII support

 

#!!Filesystem Support

# Every mounted device needs a filesystem, so choose which ones you need.

module usb-storage

#module autofs4                 # Automount and autofs support

module isofs                    # ISO9960 file system support for CDRoms

module udf                      # CDRom UDF file system support

module vfat                     # Fat and VFat file system support

#module ntfs                    # NTFS file system support

#module ext2                    # Ext2 file system support

#module ext3                    # Ext3 file system support

module ext4                     # Ext4 file system support

#module nfs                     # NFS file system support

#module cifs                    # CIFS support (use either this or smbfs - not both)

 

#!!Video Support

module vgastate                 # Needed by via_chrome9

module via_chrome9              # Driver for via VX900 (replace openchrome)

 

 

#################################################

### --- Packages to include in boot image --- ###

#################################################

 

# A package is a program or utility.

# Any packages may be added as "package" or "pkg".

# If defined as a "package", the program is included in the boot image.

# If defined as a "pkg", the program is added from outside the image.

# Normally, you should use "package".  Only use "pkg" if you want to

# dynamically load programs.

 

 

# --- Packages to include in boot image

# --- Packages below may be "package" or "pkg"

#!!Miscellaneous

package aufs                    # This is needed in order for squashfs compression mode to work.

#package ts-classic              # The classic ts logic for network/netfiles/hostname/mounting/telnetd/telnet/playcd

#package automount

package udisks

package networkmanager

#package udisks-glue

package ntp                     # Utility to obtain date & time from network

#package sound-esd              # Enable sound-esd or sound-nasd if you want to be able to control

#package sound-nasd             #  sound on your thin client from another computer or

                                #  your remote session.

package alsa

package gnome-media

#package gnome-network-properties

package gnome-core

package volumeicon

#package kismet

package gst-plugins-base

package gst-plugins-good

#package crystalhd

#package libva

#package iptables               # IP Tables support

package cpufreq

#package cpuspeed

#package wine                   # Windows Application Execution Platform

 

#!!X related

# --- XOrg 7.7

#package xorg7-v4l

package xorg7-vesa              #A fallback driver that works with almost everything. Does allow resolution changes

package xorg7-vmware

package xorg7-ati               #ATI video driver for most modern ATI chipsets. Usually requires several firmwares

package xorg7-nouveau           #New opensource nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia           #Proprietary nvidia driver

#package xorg7_nvidia_64         # Additional 64bit module

#package xorg7-openchrome       #Via Video Chipsets driver

package xorg7-intel             #Intel video driver for most modern chipsets except the GMA3500/3600

#package xorg7-sis

package xorg7-via               #Via driver for VX900 chipset, replaces the openchrome one

 

#!!Locale or localization files for keyboard and fonts.  (Language/Country)

package locale-cs_CZ  # Czech

package locale-da_DK  # Danish

package locale-de_DE  # German

package locale-en_GB  # English-Great Britain

package locale-en_US  # English-US

package locale-es_ES  # Spanish

package locale-fi_FI  # Finnish

package locale-fr_BE  # French Belgium

package locale-fr_CA  # French Canadian

package locale-fr_CH  # French Switzerland

package locale-fr_FR  # French

package locale-hr_HR  # Croation

package locale-hu_HU  # Hungarian

package locale-it_IT  # Italian

package locale-ja_JP  # Japanese

package locale-nb_NO  # Norwegian (bokmål)

package locale-pl_PL  # Polish

package locale-pt_PT  # Portuguese

package locale-pt_BR  # Portuguese-Brazil

package locale-ru_RU  # Russian

package locale-sv_SE  # Swedish

package locale-tr_TR  # Turkish

 

#!Applications

#!!Connection Package types.  Choose *at least* one!

package freerdp         # X RDP Client - fork of rdesktop

#package rdesktop               # X RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (ver 1.7)

#package vncviewer              # VNC client (vncviewer)

#package xorg7vnc               # Remote Control Client Workstation

#package ica                    # Citrix ICA client support

#package tarantella             # Tarantella client support

#package xnest                  # XDM in a window client

#package urxvt                  # Light Xterm Client (vt102)

#package xterm                  # Xterm Client (vt220)

#package ssh                    # Secure Shell client

#package tn5250                 # 5250 terminal emulator

#package dillo                  # Dillo light web browser

#package thinlinc               # Cendio ThinLinc client support

#package nx                     # No Machine NX client

#package 2x                     # 2X client

#package java                   # Java runtime

#package firefox_lowmem         # Firefox 3 for low resource machines

package firefox                 # Firefox current Web Browser

 

# 12May16 DJP Uncommented (Package Download failed during ./build)

#package chrome                 # Google Chrome Web Browser

#package kiosk                  # Rkiosk Plugin for Firefox

#package flash_lowmem           # Flash 9 browser plugin for firefox and low resource machines

#package flash                  # Flash Current

#package filezilla              # FileZilla FTP Client for X

#package git                    # GIT Version Control System

#package gparted                # Gnome Partition Manager

package open-vm-tools

#package medit                  # Notepad

#package mplayer                # DVD and video player

#package vmview                 # VMware Open-View Client, no PCoIP

#package vmviewpcoip            # VMware Open-View Client, PCOIP

#package xbmc                   # XBMC Media Center for X

#package evince                 # X PDF Viewer

 

#!!Window Managers. Choose no more than 1 window manager.

# Not needed if you don t want to manage windows.

#package openbox                # A spartin clean/fast window manager.

#package xdesktop-kiosk         # A locked down desktop kiosk using the openbox wm (See packages/xdesktop-kiosk/build/conf for

                                # more help.

#package icewm                  # "ICEWM" window manager.  Makes TS a light workstation.

#package icewm-theme-xp

#package icewm-themes           # Extra IceWM themes

#package icewm-theme-bernstein

#package icewm-theme-bluecrux

#package icewm-theme-liquid

 

package xfwm4

#package xfwm4-extra

package xfce4-power-manager

package terminal                # Terminal emulator for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

package thunar                  # File Manager for xfwm4 -- Pulls in xfwm4

 

#!!Window Manager Utils

#package idle-shutdown          # Package that lets you specify automatic shutdown settings and logic.

#package wbar                   # Adds icons to desktop

#package idesk

 

#!!Other services

#package www                    # Web access to client.  From a browser: "http://<IP number>"

                                #  The standard page is for general user settings, administrative access

                                #  is on port 6800.

#package lp_server              # Remote printing daemon (JetDirect compatible)

#package lpr                    # LPR Print Server, for use with samba-server package

#package lprng                  # LPRng Print Server, supports network based printing

package cups

#package sshd                   # Dropbear secure shell server

#package tftpd                  # Built in tftpd server. Useful for making a tftpserver

                                #  for thinstation on a WAN over a slow link.

#package samba-server           # Samba server FS Support, allows you to share

                                #  local floppy/cdrom/hd/printer to other Windows

                                #  PCs. Needs supermount for removeable media.

package samba-client            # Samba smbclient, gives a shell like environment to access an samba server

#package hdupdate               # Package for updating TS images on a hardisk over a network connection

#package scp                    # Add ability to download files over internet using scp.  This package

                                #  adds some networking based options for downloading configuration files or

                                #  in using hdupdate package.

#package openvpn                # OpenVPN Client Support

 

 

#!!PCSCD Card Readers

#package gemplus410             # Card reader Gemplus 410 (Serial) and Gemplus 430 (USB)

#package ccidreader             # Generic USB card reader

 

 

#!!Miscellaneous

package gtk-2.0                 # Full gtk-2.0 plus clearlooks theme

package icons-cursor            # Anti Aliased Mouse Cursor Theme

package icons-hicolor           # Hi-Color icons for some applications and themes. Does not really contain any icons.

package icons-gnome             # gnome Hi-Color icons theme. Needed by most other icon themes.

#package icons-tango             # tango Hi-Color icons theme

#package icons-neu               # neu Hi-Color icons theme

#package fonts-misc

#package fonts-jis-misc         # Japanese Industrial

#package fonts-util

#package fonts-cyrillic

#package fonts-Speedo-Bitstream

package fonts-TTF-BH            # This one works nicely most of the time and is small.

package fonts-TTF-vera

#package fonts-TTF-MS           # Fonts for rendering documents developed on the MS Platform.

                            # Might want to talk to a lawyer before using these.

package fonts-TTF-liberation

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-75dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-75dpi-BH

#package fonts-75dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-75dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe

#package fonts-100dpi-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-100dpi-BH

#package fonts-100dpi-BH-Typewriter

#package fonts-100dpi-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-Adobe-Utopia

#package fonts-Type1-BH

#package fonts-Type1-Bitstream

#package fonts-Type1-IBM

#package fonts-Type1-xfree86

#package lshw                   # list hardware

#package e3                     # Basic vi like Editor

#package rox                    # Basic File Manager

#package debug                  # metapackage to include other debugging packages and stop during bootup to check things.

#package extensions             # Adds various shell commands, will increase image size.

#package extensions-x           # Adds various utility s for the X Environment !!!! INCLUDES hwlister.sh !!!!

#package eGalax                 # eGalax TouchKit Drivers/Utility for serial and usb touchscreens by EETI.

#package installer              # Wipes a drive, makes partitions and downloads thinstation from a pxe server

#package devstation             # Starts a tftp server that hosts files from the boot-images/pxe folder

 

# Parameters

########################################

### --- Miscellaneous Parameters --- ###

########################################

#!!Basic

 

#param fastboot       true              # Mangles the filesystem a special way as to improve boot spead and reduce

                                        # memory utilization. Cool/Dangerous . Harder to dubug other packages. (Finishing Touch)

                                        # Set to 'true' to enable or 'lotsofmem' for slightly slower booting but no squash lag on app launch.

#param tsuser         tsuser            # Name of the user that thinstation will run as. Needs userauto package.

#param tsuserpasswd   pleasechangeme    # Do Change! Console/telnet password for non-root

 

param rootpasswd     pleasechangeme     # Do Change!  Console/telnet password for root

                                        # If this is enabled, Telnetd will be enabled.

param xorgvncpasswd  pleasechangeme     # VNC Access Password

param storagepasswd  pleasechangeme             # Password for storage server

param dialuppasswd   pleasechangeme             # Password for dialin account

param sambapasswd    pleasechangeme             # Password for samba shares when using user mode security

#param kernelcmdline "radeon.modeset=0"         # Add additional kernel command lines. e.g. disable radeon framebuffer

#param stripelf       yes                       # Strip extraneous information from elf binaries (Maybe not Safe)

#param acpisupport    disable                   # Tells the kernel not to load acpi modules. (Breaks some Intel Chipsets if disabled)

#param uvesafb        disable                   # Disable uvesafb (legacy option like modesetfb)

#param extra_vid      LVDS-1:d                  # Add an extra video= parameter to kernel cmd line (good for disabling outputs on video cards)

param bootlogo       true                       # Enable or Disable the use of the Boot splash.

param boottheme      default                    # Backgound picture during boot

#param splash        verbose                    # kernel splash setting (0=off, silent or verbose (default=silent)

param splash         silent

param fbmtrr         0                          # MTRR value for uvesafb (default = 0, 4 is the best) grep your log to make sure you have not set it to high

#param fbnocrtc      true                       # This is usually a good thing.

param fbsm           ywrap                      # Window scrolling method (redraw, ypan, ywrap) ywrap is best, but may not work correctly for all people

#param fbvtotal       16                        # Override Video Bios Reported Memory in MB

#param fbmaxhf        67                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Horizontal Frequency

#param fbmaxvf        61                                # Override Video Negotiated Max Vertical Frequency

#param fbmaxclk       155                               # Override Video Negotiated Max Clock Frequency

#param fbnoedid       true                              # Don t do video edid

#param bootresolution 1024x600-32                       # Resolution used during Thinstation boot.

#param bootresolution 1024x768-32                        # You can wright your own resolution mode here, if you know it.

#param bootresolution 1152x864-32

param bootresolution 1280x768-32

#param bootresolution 1366x768-32                       # Otherwise, you may want to refer to the vbe_modes.list you created with hwlister.sh

#param bootresolution 1280x1024-32                      # for modes that your card supports.

#param bootresolution 1400x900-32                       # It is also used by xrandr if no xrandr options are specified.

#param bootresolution 1680x1050-32

#param bootresolution 1920x1080-32

#param bootresolution 1400x1050-32

 

param desktop file:./backgrounds/Hive_Lite.jpg          # Custom image to load as desktop background

param defaultconfig  thinstation.conf.buildtime         # The file with default setup.  No other config file is found

                                                        #  during boot.

param basename       thinstation                        # Used for all config/tftp/scp file names

param basepath       ts5.4                              # Used to determine path to tftp/scp files

param baseurl        http://www.doncuppjr.net           # Used to determine url to wget files

#param keyfile        ./id_rsa                          # Path for private key file used for ssh/scp

#param knownhosts     ./known_hosts                     # Path for ssh known_hosts file for ssh/scp

#param localpkgs      false                             # to determine is PKG files are to be loaded locally

#param fulllocales    true                              # Use full locale support for packages

#param icaencryption  false                             # Use ica encryption support, add 290k to image

param haltonerror    false                              # Will halt on error, default is true

param hardlinkfs     true

param sametimestmp   true                               # When enabled, the timestamps for all files and folders will be set to 00:00 of todays date in your timezone

param initrdcmd      "squashfs"                         # Compression mode and level of initrd file. none, gzip -9, lzma -9 ,bzip2 -9

param bootverbosity   3                                 # Increased vebosity when booting TS

                                                        #   0 no verbose messages

                                                        #   1 boot

                                                        #   2 network

                                                        #   4 init

                                                        #   8 kernel

                                                        #  16 modules

                                                        #  32 packages

                                                        #  64 email bootlog file to SMTP server & user set in

                                                        #     thinstation.conf file.  This will only work

                                                        #     if networking is working.

                                                        #

                                                        #  Combinations can be used (e.g. 24 does Kernel and Module Messages)

 

#!!Advanced

# Leave this alone unless you can t download (wget required on your Linux box):

param downloads         /downloads

param bootimages        "iso syslinux pxe"

param syslinuxtheme     "default"

#param httpproxy        http://192.168.1.2:8080

 

#param bootfssize     50%                               # Modify the size of the tmpfs filesystem

 

package alltimezone

param allres            true            # Includes a lot of resolution splash images for live-cd s

param allfirmware       true            # Includes a lot of firmwares for live-cd s

param blacklist snd-pcsp.ko

 

 

DevStation_001d0968aadf:/thinstation/ts/build/boot-images/pxe/boot# cat thinstation.conf.network

 

###############################################

 

# -- Thinstation sample configuration file -- #

 

###############################################

 

#

 

# This file must be named "thinstation.conf<xxx>" where <xxx> can be:

 

# .buildtime   Defines the defaults build into the image (note the leading .)

 

# .network     Default global config file loaded from the TFTP server.

 

# .user        Config file on local storage.

 

# -<name>      Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal

 

#              "name" (e.g. thinstation.conf-paul). Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# .group-<id>  Config file for a group of terminals (e.g. with printer setup

 

#              for those terminal with local printers. Requires thinstation.hosts.

 

# -<IP>        Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the IP number <IP> specified (e.g. thinstation.conf-10.0.0.9).

 

# -<MAC>       Specific config file on the TFTP server for the terminal with

 

#              the MAC address specified (e.g thinstation.conf-112233445566).

 

 

 

##

 

# --- General Options

 

#

 

# AUDIO_LEVEL        Audio Level for sound, 0-100

 

# MIC_LEVEL          Recording level for input devices, 0-100

 

# LOCALE             If multiple locales are included in the image, you can use this to

 

#                     select one during boot with a .conf file.

 

# TIME_ZONE          Used to set time zone on a TS client with a zone info file. If multiple

 

#                      zone-info files are included, this selection can be refined with additional

 

#                      .conf files.

 

# SYSLOG_SERVER      Log server ip address or hostname.

 

#                    If the work "local" is used, then syslog starts logging locally

 

#                    If not specified syslogd is not loaded.

 

# USB_STORAGE_SYNC   ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# USB_MOUNT_DIR      Directory to use for mounting usbdisks (default: /mnt/usbdevice/)

 

# USB_MOUNT_USELABEL Label to use for individual usb disks

 

#                    default is to use the device name (eg. sda1 - /mnt/usbdevice/sda1)

 

#                    NO       use default ONLY

 

#                    YES      will use label on usb volume if exists or fallback to default

 

#                    <label>  will use label on usb volume if exists or <label> otherwise

 

#                    adds suffix of n (1,2,3,etc.) if duplicate labels found

 

# USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for usb devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# DISK_STORAGE_SYNC  ON    Safer writing

 

#                    OFF   Faster writes to USB storage devices

 

#                    WARNING: This may lead to data corruption when the device is unplugged

 

#                             before buffers have been flushed

 

# DISK_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for disk devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# CDROM_MOUNT_OPTIONS  additional mount options for cdrom devices (eg. utf8,shortname=win95)

 

#                    see mount documentation for details (man mount)

 

# BIND_MOUNT#        A disk label to bind mount point mapping (eg. boot:/boot or home:/root)

 

# DAILY_REBOOT       Will reboot server if up over a day and one of the session

 

#                    types is closed

 

# AUTOPLAYCD         If enabled this will autoplay music cds when inserted.

 

# CUSTOM_CONFIG      Allows choosing custom boot config, On/Off

 

# RECONNECT_PROMPT   This displays the reconnection/shutdown options for when a session is ended

 

#

 

#                    OFF    No reconnect prompt

 

#                    ON     Reconnect prompt will be displayed

 

#                    FORCE  Just reconnect

 

#                    AUTO   Automatic reconnect

 

#                    AUTOXX Automatic reconnect attempt after XX seconds - msg is displayed

 

#                    MENU   Shows a menu with a shutdown and reconnection option

 

#                    MENUXX As MENU option, but the XX is a time period in minutes.

 

#                           After XX minutes shutdown will occur unless the reconnect option

 

#                           is choosen

 

# NO_SESSION         What to do in the event that all sessions have exited and not reconnected.

 

#                    POWEROFF  Shutdown the terminal.(default)

 

#                    REBOOT    Reboot the terminal.

 

# DEBUGPAUSE         Will pause at prompt after load of all modules and packages but before starting

 

#                    Only works if debug package included

 

#                    true       pause at prompt to allow debug

 

#                    false      don't pause (default)

 

# CRON_JOBx          Will add this crontab entry (1 - 9)

 

# FASTBOOT_URL       Normally fastboot will try to load lib.squash in the same way that vmlinuz and initrd

 

#                    were loaded. This will force fastboot to download lib.squash using a specific protocol

 

#                    and location

 

 

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=67

 

TIME_ZONE="America/Los_Angeles"

 

SYSLOG_SERVER=local

 

#USB_STORAGE_SYNC=On

 

#USB_MOUNT_DIR="/mnt/usbdevice"

 

#USB_MOUNT_USELABEL="Yes"

 

#USB_MOUNT_OPTIONS="utf8,shortname=win95"

 

BIND_MOUNT0="home:/root"

 

BIND_MOUNT1="boot:/boot"

 

BIND_MOUNT2="tsdev:/thinstation"

 

FASTBOOT_URL="http://www.thinstation.org"

 

DAILY_REBOOT=On

 

#AUTOPLAYCD=On

 

CUSTOM_CONFIG=Off

 

RECONNECT_PROMPT=On

 

#DEBUGPAUSE=true

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Defaults

 

# -- Default Settings for all sessions

 

#

 

# AUTOSTART             ON   Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                       OFF  Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# WORKSPACE             Workspace in the window manager to run the application in

 

# ICONMODE              MANUAL  Default sessions are not created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

#                       AUTO    Default sessions types are created in window manager/idesk or wbar

 

# ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER   Whether or not the server entry dialog box is always displayed

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions have this off and menu sessions have this on

 

#                       OFF will disable the prompt for everything.

 

#                       ON will enable the prompt for everything.

 

# ALLOW_EXIT            Whether or not a user will be allowed to cancel the server address entry.

 

#                       By default, autostarted sessions will not be allowed to exit and menu sessions will.

 

#                       OFF will force entry for everything.

 

#                       ON will allow exit from everything.

 

 

 

WORKSPACE=1

 

AUTOSTART=On

 

ICONMODE=AUTO

 

ALWAYS_ENTER_SERVER=Off

 

ALLOW_EXIT=Off

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Session Details

 

#

 

# Note:                     # is a number equal to or greater than 0

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_TITLE           Title description for SESSION. Needed for replimenu.

 

# SESSION_#_TYPE            Package type, choose beetwen:

 

#                           - vncviewer        Start vncviewer in X

 

#                           - rdesktop         Start rdesktop in X

 

#                           - x                Start x-terminal session (xdm)

 

#                           - xnest            Start x-terminal session (xdm) from within blackbox

 

#                           - ssh              Start ssh client in linux console

 

#                           - telnet           Start telnet client in linux console

 

#                           - ica              Start Citrix ICA client in X

 

#                           - ica_wfc          Start ICA Manager

 

#                           - openbox          Start openbox window manager session

 

#                           - icewm            Start icewm window manager session

 

#                           - dillo            Start Web Browser in X

 

#                           - tftpd            Start tftp daemon

 

#                           - tarantella       Start tarantella client

 

#                           - rxvt             Start light xterm client

 

#                           - xterm            Start xterm client

 

#                           - tn5250           Start AS400 client in linux console

 

#                           - nx               Start NX Client Session

 

# SESSION_#_AUTOSTART       ON      Application will be executed immediately at startup

 

#                           OFF     Application will appear in a menu to be started manually

 

# SESSION_#_CUSTOM_CONFIG   ON      Allows choosing custom config for when session starts

 

#                           OFF     Session boots normally

 

# SESSION_#_ICON            ON      Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in Window Manager Main Menu

 

#                           SUBMENU Places Icon on Desktop if package xtdesk is selected and

 

#                                   in a Submenu within the window manager

 

# SESSION_#_WORKSPACE       Workspace to run program on in a window manager

 

# SESSION_#_type_SERVER     IP address/hostname of the server

 

# SESSION_#_type_OPTIONS    Command line options for the session type

 

#

 

# SESSION_#_type_specific   This allows you to specify specific config file details for certain session

 

#                           types.  Currently support is NX and ICA.  Any configuration file setting

 

#                           can be changed with this setting.  An example of this is

 

#                           SESSION_0_NX_GENERAL_DESKTOP="Gnome"

 

#                           SESSION_0_ICA_APPSRV_USEFULLSCREEN="Yes"

 

#                           See your application manual for documentation on the settings which

 

#                           can be used.

 

 

 

# Individual Session Settings, override defaults (Likely Depricated)

 

#

 

# IMPORTANT:  Make sure you minimum have a SESSION_0. Otherwise you will get an error

 

# on boot. You may have additional sessions: SESSION_1, SESSION_2 ...

 

# SESSION_0 is on ctrl-alt-F3

 

# SESSION_1 is on ctrl-alt-F4

 

# ... etc.

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Proxy Options

 

#

 

# PROXY_HOST             DNS Name or IP Address of HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_PORT             TCP/IP Port to use on HTTP Proxy Server

 

# PROXY_IGNORE           Comma seperated list of hosts for which to bypass the proxy. "localhost,127.0.0.1/8" by default

 

# PROXY_USER             HTTP Proxy Authentication User

 

# PROXY_PASSWORD         HTTP Proxy User Password

 

# PROXY_USE_SAME         True/False, If enabled, HTTP Proxy settings will be used for all Protocols

 

# PROXY_SECURE_HOST      HTTPS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SECURE_PORT      HTTPS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_HOST       SOCKS Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_SOCKS_PORT       SOCKS Proxy Port

 

# PROXY_FTP_HOST         FTP Proxy Host

 

# PROXY_FTP_PORT         FTP Proxy Port

 

 

 

 

 

#PROXY_HOST=192.168.1.1

 

#PROXY_PORT=8080

 

#PROXY_USE_SAME=true

 

#PROXY_IGNORE="localhost,127.0.0.1/8"

 

 

 

##

 

# --- Gtk Theme Engine Selection

 

#

 

# GTK_THEME              Selects the theme engine that gtk will use to

 

#                        render buttons and sliders. Clearlooks by default

 

#                        Set to ALL to include all theme engines.

 

#                        Available themes:

 

#                                         Clearlooks

 

#                                         Crux

 

#                                         Industrial

 

#                                         Mist

 

#                                         Redmond

 

#                                         ThinIce

 

#                                         Xfce   if xfwm4 package is included

 

 

 

 

 

GTK_THEME=Clearlooks

 

 

##

# XFWM4_COMPOSITING                Boolean that determines whether or not to enable

#                                  desktop compositing

# XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS                 Sets the brightness level of the background

#                                  0 by default. Range -128 to 127

# XFWM4_SATURATION                 Sets the color saturation level of the background

#                                  1.0 by default. Range -10.0 to 10.0

# XFWM4_RED                        Sets the red index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with BLUE and GREEN

# XFWM4_BLUE                       Sets the blue index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and GREEN

# XFWM4_GREEN                      Sets the green index for the background color

#                                  Used in conjunction with RED and BLUE

#

# --- Xfwm4 Theme Selection

# XFWM4_THEME                      Selects the theme that xfwm4 will use for window

#                                  borders and colors. Default by default

#                                  Set to ALL to include all themes. Otherwise....

#                                  Available themes:

#                                         Adept

#                                         Agua

#                                         Agualemon

#                                         Alternate

#                                         Atlanta

#                                         Atlanta2

#                                         B5

#                                         B6

#                                         BBS

#                                         Basix

#                                         Beastie

#                                         Biz

#                                         Blackwall

#                                         Buzz

#                                         Coldsteel

#                                         Coolclean

#                                         Crux

#                                         Cruxish

#                                         Curve

#                                         Daloa

#                                         Default

#                                         Defcon-IV

#                                         Eazel-blue

#                                         Elberg

#                                         Exocet

#                                         Fbx

#                                         G2

#                                         Galaxy

#                                         Gaudy

#                                         Gelly

#                                         Gnububble

#                                         Gorilla

#                                         Gtk

#                                         Iceg

#                                         Kde

#                                         Kde1

#                                         Keramik

#                                         Kindaker

#                                         Kleanux

#                                         Kokodi

#                                         Koynacity

#                                         LineArt

#                                         Linea

#                                         Meenee

#                                         Metabox

#                                         Microcurve

#                                         Microdeck

#                                         Microdeck2

#                                         Microdeck3

#                                         Microgui

#                                         Mofit

#                                         Moheli

#                                         Next

#                                         Ops

#                                         Opta

#                                         Oroborus

#                                         Perl

#                                         Pills

#                                         Piranha

#                                         Platinum

#                                         Prune

#                                         Quiet-purple

#                                         Quinx

#                                         R9X

#                                         Redmond

#                                         RedmondXP

#                                         Retro

#                                         Silverado

#                                         Slick

#                                         Slimline

#                                         Smallscreen

#                                         Smoothwall

#                                         Symphony

#                                         Synthetic

#                                         TUX

#                                         Tabs

#                                         Tgc

#                                         Tgc-large

#                                         Today

#                                         Totem

#                                         Trench

#                                         Triviality

#                                         Tubular

#                                         Variation

#                                         Waza

#                                         Wildbush

#                                         Xfce

#

# DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE                Sets the size of icons on the desktop

# DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE                Sets the font size for desktop icons

# DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false          hide/display Trash Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=false     hide/display Removeable Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false     hide/display Filesystems Icon on XFWM Desktop

# DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false           hide/display Home Icon on XFWM Desktop

# PANEL_AUTOHIDE=false             hide/display Panel behind Window

# PANEL_PAGER=false                hide/display The workspace switcher

# PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY           If enabled, the systray will be to the left of the clock

# PANEL_USER=false                 Show the logged in user at the far right of the start bar

# XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"    Put the startbar at the bottom of the screen instead of the top

# XFWM4_START_TITLE="Start"        Change the text displayed on the start button

# XFWM4_START_ICON="freerdp"       Change the icon displayed on the start button

 

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_SATURATION=1.0

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_THEME=Xfce

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=38

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

 

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=firefox

 

#SESSION_#_FIREFOX_HOMEPAGE=http://thinstation.org

 

 

 

#    /flag (enables flag)

 

#    /option:<value> (specifies option with value)

 

#    +toggle -toggle (enables or disables toggle, where '/' is a synonym of '+')

 

#

 

#    /v:<server>[:port]         Server hostname

 

#    /port:<number>             Server port

 

#    /w:<width>                 Width

 

#    /h:<height>                Height

 

#    /size:<width>x<height>     Screen size

 

#    /f                         Fullscreen mode

 

#    /bpp:<depth>               Session bpp (color depth)

 

#    /kbd:0x<layout id> or <layout name>        Keyboard layout

 

#    /kbd-list                  List keyboard layouts

 

#    /kbd-type:<type id>        Keyboard type

 

#    /kbd-subtype:<subtype id>  Keyboard subtype

 

#    /kbd-fn-key:<function key count>   Keyboard function key count

 

#    /admin                     Admin (or console) session

 

#    /multimon                  Use multiple monitors

 

#    /workarea                  Use available work area

 

#    /monitors:<0,1,2...>       Select monitors to use

 

#    /monitor-list              List detected monitors

 

#    /t:<title>                 Window title

 

#    +decorations (default:off) Window decorations

 

#    +smart-sizing (default:off)        Scale remote desktop to window size

 

#    /a                         Addin

 

#    /vc                        Static virtual channel

 

#    /dvc                       Dynamic virtual channel

 

#    /u:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>]  Username

 

#    /p:<password>              Password

 

#    /d:<domain>                Domain

 

#    /g:<gateway>[:port]        Gateway Hostname

 

#    /gu:[<domain>\]<user> or <user>[@<domain>] Gateway username

 

#    /gp:<password>             Gateway password

 

#    /gd:<domain>               Gateway domain

 

#    /load-balance-info:<info string>   Load balance info

 

#    /app:||<alias> or <executable path>        Remote application program

 

#    /app-name:<app name>       Remote application name for user interface

 

#    /app-icon:<icon path>      Remote application icon for user interface

 

#    /app-cmd:<parameters>      Remote application command-line parameters

 

#    /app-file:<file name>      File to open with remote application

 

#    /app-guid:<app guid>       Remote application GUID

 

#    +compression (default:off) Compression

 

#    /shell                     Alternate shell

 

#    /shell-dir                 Shell working directory

 

#    /sound                     Audio output (sound)

 

#    /microphone                Audio input (microphone)

 

#    /audio-mode                Audio output mode

 

#    /multimedia                Redirect multimedia (video)

 

#    /network                   Network connection type

 

#    /drive                     Redirect drive

 

#    +drives (default:off)      Redirect all drives

 

#    +home-drive (default:off)  Redirect home drive

 

#    +clipboard (default:off)   Redirect clipboard

 

#    /serial                    Redirect serial device

 

#    /parallel                  Redirect parallel device

 

#    /smartcard                 Redirect smartcard device

 

#    /printer                   Redirect printer device

 

#    /usb                       Redirect USB device

 

#    +multitouch (default:off)  Redirect multitouch input

 

#    /echo                      Echo channel

 

#    +fonts (default:off)       Smooth fonts (ClearType)

 

#    +aero (default:off)        Desktop composition

 

#    +window-drag (default:off) Full window drag

 

#    +menu-anims (default:off)  Menu animations

 

#    -themes (default:on)       Themes

 

#    -wallpaper (default:on)    Wallpaper

 

#    /gdi:<sw|hw>               GDI rendering

 

#    /rfx                       RemoteFX

 

#    /rfx-mode:<image|video>    RemoteFX mode

 

#    /frame-ack:<number>        Frame acknowledgement

 

#    /nsc                       NSCodec

 

#    /jpeg                      JPEG codec

 

#    /jpeg-quality:<percentage> JPEG quality

 

#    -nego (default:on)         protocol security negotiation

 

#    /sec:<rdp|tls|nla|ext>     force specific protocol security

 

#    -sec-rdp (default:on)      rdp protocol security

 

#    -sec-tls (default:on)      tls protocol security

 

#    -sec-nla (default:on)      nla protocol security

 

#    +sec-ext (default:off)     nla extended protocol security

 

#    /cert-name:<name>          certificate name

 

#    /cert-ignore               ignore certificate

 

#    /pcb:<blob>                Preconnection Blob

 

#    /pcid:<id>                 Preconnection Id

 

#    /vmconnect:<vmid>          Hyper-V console (use port 2179, disable negotiation)

 

#    -authentication (default:on)       authentication (hack!)

 

#    -encryption (default:on)   encryption (hack!)

 

#    -grab-keyboard (default:on)        grab keyboard

 

#    -toggle-fullscreen (default:on)    Alt+Ctrl+Enter toggles fullscreen

 

#    -mouse-motion (default:on) mouse-motion

 

#    /parent-window:<window id> Parent window id

 

#    -bitmap-cache (default:on) bitmap cache

 

#    -offscreen-cache (default:on)      offscreen bitmap cache

 

#    -glyph-cache (default:on)  glyph cache

 

#    /codec-cache:<rfx|nsc|jpeg>        bitmap codec cache

 

#    -fast-path (default:on)    fast-path input/output

 

#    /max-fast-path-size:<size> maximum fast-path update size

 

#    +async-input (default:off) asynchronous input

 

#    +async-update (default:off)        asynchronous update

 

#    +async-transport (default:off)     asynchronous transport (unstable)

 

#    +async-channels (default:off)      asynchronous channels (unstable)

 

#    /wm-class:<class name>     set the WM_CLASS hint for the window instance

 

#    /version                   print version

 

#    /help                      print help

 

#    /play-rfx:<pcap file>      Replay rfx pcap file

 

#    +auth-only (default:off)   Authenticate only.

 

 

 

# The /bpp: option here specifies the color depth

 

# Note certain servers support certain color depths, wrong settings with this

 

# may cause your connection to fail.

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Donald"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:user /p:password /bpp:16"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

# /u:'' gives a blank user name

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Big Bad Server Road Runner"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="/u:'' /bpp:8"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

#Example on USB and CD redirection for freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_TITLE="Remote Desktop"

 

#SESSION_#_TYPE=freerdp

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_SERVER=192.168.1.1

 

#SESSION_#_FREERDP_OPTIONS="+drives /multimedia /rfx +fonts +aero"

 

#SESSION_#_AUTOSTART=Off

 

 

 

FREERDP_SELECT_SERVER=true

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0="1 Big_Bad_Server_Donald"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_0_OPTIONS="-sec-nla"

 

FREERDP_KNOWN_HOST_0="Big_Bad_Server_Donald 7a:a4:af:8a:98:da:50:52:ba:33:8d:e6:15:4e:49:7b:b3"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1="2 Big_Bad_Server_Road_Runner"

 

FREERDP_SERVER_1_OPTIONS="-sec-nla /cert-ignore"

 

 

 

#       Various Options for controlling icon preferences

 

#ICONS_COMPOSITE_THEME_ORDER    Attempts to save space by compositing icon themes

 

#                               on top of each other from first to last. The last

 

#                               theme specified should be the most significant.

 

#

 

#ICONS_CUT_SIZES                Should save some space by dropping some rarely

 

#                               used icon sizes like scalable and 256x256

 

#

 

#ICONS_THEME                    Sets a s