Tuesday, February 12, 2013

RPi-TC Customized version?!?!

A friend was asking me for a customized version of RPi-TC...
- Ok, no problem, what you need?
- Your SO is good but... how to say... it's ugly!
- Sorry what????
- Yes, the bootup is old!
- Isn't old, it's vintage!
- Right...Maybe you can put an image on screen while loading?
- Ok i understand... i'll try...


He liked it :)

48 comments:

  1. Great! Thats pretty nice! I want a deb file of the bootloader.

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  2. This is brilliant! How can I get this?

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  3. uselesse, but YES great, but only because first raspberry pi have graphic driver i think.

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  4. Any idea where the Citrix Receiver stores the last used user login credentials?

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    1. i think is stored somewhere in /root/.ICAClient/cache

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    2. how can i get automatically start virtual desktop,like this? http://old.nabble.com/Re:-ICA-desktop-publishing-p25910450.html

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    3. So I'm almost "done" however, I'd like to ONLY show the published desktop shortcut, not the published apps that show up in /root/.ICAClient/cache/Desktop is there any way to suppress those other than telling the published app NOT to give them a shortcut via Xenapp servers?

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  5. Please publish the boot splash files!

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  6. Please share! That looks amazing. Nicely done.

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  7. Very nice, I hope you will put it online!

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  8. Can you please make a like bootanimation for the Raspbian Wheezy image???

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  9. Amazing stuff. Looks really good. I will join the throngs of people waiting, no wishing for you to post this :)

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  10. This is f****** awsome..

    I would be gorgeous if you would release it!!!!
    I will be one of the first one who'd going to grab it!!

    Well done

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  11. great, i want this booter too.

    But what about pcoip support for vmware view client? waiting for x11 drivers ? or is absolutly impossible ?

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  12. Hi dude
    great job, tested your image today and it looks great and simple.
    is there any chance to get opennx client into the image?

    that would be great!
    So we would be able to connect NomachineNX, FreeNX, Neatx.

    If you have paypal, I'll spend you 50$ for implementing ... just for beer ! :-)

    cheers
    chris

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    1. something like that?
      https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-LJUa7PccfYc/USSG_Xzit8I/AAAAAAAADSM/MhSaFFMnkuo/s1024/opennxclient.png

      ummm yes, seem working very very well, just i have to solve some little problem on shared libs

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    2. Excellent dude!

      I tested it also with arch linux, its on the repo there.
      but it was not .... really fast.

      Can you push it to the release?

      cheers
      chris

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  13. this is a wonderful project. just two questions

    1. how can i get USB cameras to show in citrix
    2. i only need citrix, any chance of a scripted that can uninstall the other stuff?

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  14. Hi, What are the limitations of PCOIP? I want to buy some Raspberry pI for my college for my students and run vmware but the IT team only use PCOIP.Are you any closer to getting this to work or will it never happen? Thanks!

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  15. pppoe don't work,i already install pppoe pppoeconf ppp,how can i get it's work?

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  16. RPi-TC pcoip is working perfectly if this OS is running on different hardware. I use this OS - whith very little modification - on my Rikomagic MK802 IIIs. Wmvare View client is working with pcoip.

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    1. yep, problem is in the hardware... not in the software :)

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    2. Wait, the new RPi is ARM11 right? PCoIP only needs ARM7, or is there any other hardware limitation?

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    3. Hi I have received a Rikomagic MK802 IIIs. Is it just a question of installing the RPi-TC image? Thanks

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    5. 1. Download this and install: https://www.miniand.com/wiki/Appendix+C--Using+PicuntuRC3KernelInstaller
      2. Create at least 1 GB Linux partition on sd card
      3. Download this image and upload the finished partition : https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5652371/mk802_rbppi.img
      4. Boot: https://www.miniand.com/wiki/Part+4-Booting+into+Picuntu+for+the+first+time

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    6. PCoIP need NEON extension and Thumb-2 instruction set

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  17. Is it possible to get this boot screen, its awesome

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    1. Not practical but simple way...
      Take Adobe After Effects, make some short intro from template like http://youtu.be/d5Ut6mU6-so
      Export to h264, and make it play from init.d script with hello_video example.

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  18. I don't get why you say that it will never have PCoIP working ... (now and never) ... some guys from terravici said opposite :

    http://www.cnx-software.com/2012/02/15/cross-compiling-vmware-view-for-arm-linux-in-debianubuntu/

    Stéphane

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    1. VMWare View Open client didn't support PCoIP protocol.

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  19. Ok, can I get this video starting please? Also how did you do this?

    I would like to use that video also for my desktop linux :)

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    1. as valkam says:
      Take Adobe After Effects, make some short intro from template like http://youtu.be/d5Ut6mU6-so
      Export to h264, and make it play from init.d script with hello_video example

      This is exactly what i've done!

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    2. Ghibbo hello I do not know if you've noticed that the account of the link has been closed
      Given the prerogatives of open source would be nice to me to share this file with the community. thanks

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  20. Don't know if im dump or anything but isn't that what you need? http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=28294
    Sorry for being so not-knowing-anything

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  21. Ghibbo hello I do not know if you've noticed that the account of the link has been closed
    Given the prerogatives of open source would be nice to me to share this file with the community. thanks

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  22. Is there a way how I can disable the boot video? My colleague thinks it's not reputable to deliver to a customer... pff...

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    1. just remove the .m4v files in /opt folder (if you are using the R5 version) or the .m4v file in /home/rpitc folder (if you are using the R4 or R3 version)

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    2. Thank you for your quick reply.

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  23. banana pi BPI-M2 google rpitc version update, welcome download to test
    download link:
    http://www.banana-pi.com/eaxw_view.asp?id=377 

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  24. What's the format of the video?
    I'm trying to create a boot splash video using a image in loop (using ffmpeg) but video does not show when i changethe h264.sh script

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