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Re: Wtware on RPi4

by aka » Wed Oct 30, 2019 3:26 pm

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Fietze » Wed Oct 30, 2019 2:42 pm

OK, i did it but nothing changed. The Raspi 4 is getting a DHCP Adress and a wrong TFTP Server,
Any Idea?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by aka » Wed Oct 30, 2019 1:18 pm

TFTP server is 066 DHCP option. Enter IP address here, not "name"!

https://wtware.com/docs5/dhcp.html

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Fietze » Wed Oct 30, 2019 10:38 am

OK, i check the log files. The Raspi is using the wrong TFTP Server. It's the second DNS Server in our network.
How can I configure the Windows DHCP server for the RASPI to use the right TFTP server?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by aka » Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:42 pm

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Fietze » Fri Oct 25, 2019 1:38 pm

I'am testing RASP 4 with WTW. But die rasp mentioned at startup, that there is no configuration file at the WTW Server.
At the server system i can see the client and all the settings.
Whats going wrong?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by akatik » Sat Sep 21, 2019 1:15 pm

5.8.64 is still here: http://wtware.com/files/
It runs on Pi4 and sees 4 Gig RAM. But it fails using USB on older Pis.

That's why we don't port WTware to other ARMs: Linux kernel quality for ARMs is low. Even on Raspberry with better kernel support than others.

We have single Linux kernel for thousands of x86 machines produced by different manufactures for tens of years.

But we can not run single kernel on Pi3+ and Pi4. The same manufacturer, similar processors. And USB driver that brakes if we turn on high memory to access 4Gig on Pi4. On Raspbian there are three kernels on boot SD: kernel.img (for older than Pi2), kernel7.img for Pi2-Pi3+ and kernel7l.img for Pi4.

We'll do it the same way and new version will appear in a few days.

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Muetzenfrosch » Thu Sep 19, 2019 6:26 pm

akatik wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:59 pm
Yes, there was a problem with this version.
Oh, I see. Thanks for the clarification.

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by akatik » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:59 pm

Yes, there was a problem with this version.

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Overmind » Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:39 am

Muetzenfrosch wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:33 am
On the download site, I don't see a version 5.8.64, only a 5.8.62 from Aug. '19. Has the .64 version been pulled back?
:shock: vermute mal er fix die shutdown geschicht, die ist nämlich auch ein wenig verbuggt :?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Muetzenfrosch » Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:33 am

On the download site, I don't see a version 5.8.64, only a 5.8.62 from Aug. '19. Has the .64 version been pulled back?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by Overmind » Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:15 am

Hello, I have a question.

Why do not the configurations work in the configuration file? as described here http://wtware.com/docs5/configfile.html not, with the restart always the standard templets and not the after configured (see below) although after the restart, according to the web interface, the configuration file is the changed?

configuration before the change

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server=192.168.xxx.xxx
rdpcompression=off
domain=domain.de
keyboard=de
language=de,default
M2_display=1280x1024, 1
ntp=192.168.xxx.xxx
timezone=W. Europe Standard Time
display=1680x1050, 0
screenswitch=Win-Ctrl-N
video=hyperv_fb(F)
connection 
Modification of the configuration via the webinterface with subsequent reboot:

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turnoffmenu=on
connection
displayname=w8_jd
server=192.168.xxx.xxx
rdpcompression=off
domain=domain.de
keyboard=de
language=de,default
display=1920x1080, HDMI
M2_display=1280x1024, 1
ntp=192.168.xxx.xxx
timezone=W. Europe Standard Time
screenswitch=Win-Ctrl-N
video=hyperv_fb(F)
connection
displayname=Chaos_sw
server=192.168.xxx.xxx
domain=domain.de
keyboard=de
language=de,default
display=1920x1080, 0
M2_display=1920x1080, 1
ntp=192.168.xxx.xxx
timezone=W. Europe Standard Time
screenswitch=Win-Ctrl-N
video=nvidiafb(F)
connection
displayname=andere RDP Sitzung
server=--new--
chrome_language=de
domain=domain.de
keyboard=de
language=de,default
display=1680x1050, 0
M2_display=1280x1024, 1
ntp=192.168.xxx.xxx
timezone=W. Europe Standard Time
screenswitch=Win-Ctrl-N
video=hyperv_fb(F) 
Raspberry Pi 4 4GB with 5.8.64 version

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by jazzldazzl » Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:53 pm

I have an on/off button on the powercable to the raspberry. Is software reboot then possible?

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by akatik » Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:40 am

We remove "shutdown" buttons on RPi. We can make software shutdown, but how will you start it later?

PS: 5.8.64 should support the RPi4's 4GB ram.

Re: Wtware on RPi4

by jazzldazzl » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:14 pm

Just got a rpi4 w 4GB RAM and can confirm how great this works on my 720p TV. Only tweaked the config so that it outputs sound to the minijack, and then I could enjoy glitchfree 1080p video! Audio seems to be shifted a bit, not sure if by + or -, but I´ll deal with that later. This was over LAN btw. if I use my 5Ghz wifi, where the router is 1 meter from the rpi, it´s all full of glitches when watching a 1080p clip. Perhaps a USB-wifiadapter with antenna would handle that better. Don´t know..

Now for a silly question: How do you shutdown rpi once it´s booted into the remote session? I assume Windows Shut Down pulldown menu will shutdown the host computer?

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