[SOLVED] HP thin client t510 and Chrome browser
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2014
I installed Chrome and can run it as the administrator on the thin client. However, I can't get it to run as a user, nor can I get it to auto load.
We as a company are developing a back end that will be running on the Chromium core and simply need a front end for it. So, getting it to load Chrome on boot up would be ideal.
At the moment it has the standard ThinOS but I am considering Damn Small Linux (DSL) as an option then strip it down, if I can't get Chrome to load. Perfect would be getting it to open in Kiosk mode.
Thanks in advance.
The process for installing Chrome if anyone wants to play around with this is:
Open up the terminal
Problems install Ubuntu on HP thin client t5720
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2013
Although I am able to install a number of other distro's (Mint 13, but not 14, Puppy, Crunchbang, AntiX) Ubuntu install crashes when it seems to test video properties. Same for Lubuntu 13.04
I have 1Gb memory in the t5720, and a HD attached, both working properly.
Is there any hope?
hp thin client linux version desktop icons
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2009
does anyone know if hp thin client linux version supports desktop icons?
LXer: Linux multiseat solution advances to Ethernet with HP thin client
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2012
Published at LXer:
Userful Corp. announced a new version of its multiseat Linux PC sharing software, now Ethernet-ready and bundled with a $99 HP t200 thin client. The & Userful MultiSeat with HP t200 thin client& solution turns one Edubuntu-based Linux PC into up to 15 computer stations, enabling faster networking than the previous USB-only release, says the company....
USB VERY slow HP Thin Client USB Ubuntu 8.04 persistent install
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 1, 2008
Hi, I've searched many way to resolve my problem without success...
I hope someone will give me a clue.
I'm using a HP Thin client T5725 (fanless computer).
I wanted to use Ubuntu instead of the old default debian installed on the internal flash (512MO).
I followed this tutorial:
with a 16 GO Usb stick.
Now, I can launch Ubuntu, but it's VERRRRY SLOOOWWWW!
The same USB Stick on another computer launch with no problem and is fast enough.
So I think that the USB controller of the T5725 is not correctly recognized by Ubuntu but I don't know what to do.
I've seen many websites. They all say that the T5725 has a USB 2.0 controller; so It should be fast enough.
a lspci gives me 3 controllers:
00:03.0 Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] USB 1.1 controller
00:03.1 Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] USB 1.1 controller
00:03.2 Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] USB 2.0 controller
What can I do to know which one is in use and how to activate
[SOLVED] Anyone Update to Latest Chrome Browser?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 4, 2015
I have Chrome Browser 40.0.2214.93 which was just released about a week ago. Today I was offered version 40.0.2214.94 (these are the Stable Releases)
Looking at http://googlechromereleases.blogspot...update_30.html
There seems to be an unusual amount of comments with odd general problems (can't even load a page, etc). Just seems odd to me and I am hesitant to update yet.
Wanted to see if anyone has updated on linux and if there were any problems?
I am on Xubuntu 14.04
Compiling custom kernel for HP Thin client and creating bootable ISO with grub
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 24, 2015
I made simple OS with one really nice library, I compiled everything, reallocated (I want) and finaly created kernel. I successfully ran it on qemu-system-i386. Plus created ISO with grub and boot it via virtualbox. Everything worked, output was OK.
So, I copied it to usb (dd if=bin/os.iso of=/dev/sdd1) and put into my HP Thin Client t5550/t5565/t5570. But after start, I just saw "GRUB ".
I tried also power pc compiler (maybe I went more far away, don't know why I remembered on it) downloaded from http://wiki.osdev.org/GCC_Cross-Compiler#Prebuilt_Toolchains (For Linux x86_64 host; powerpc-elf 4.9.1 target). Compiled, copied to usb and got the same result.
What compiler should I use to compile for HP Thin clients? I want to (learn to) develop simple kernel for it.
PS: I am on ubuntu amd64, kernel was written in C + asm, but I removed the assembly version (or, what output type should I use for nasm compiler?)
It looks like grub bug/error.
LXer: Secure Shell : ssh client for Chrome | Login to Linux servers via Web Browser
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2013
Published at LXer:
Secure Shell is an xterm-compatible terminal emulator and stand-alone ssh client for Chrome. It uses Native-Client to connect directly to ssh servers without the need for external proxies.
HOW TO get Citrix ICA client working with Google Chrome browser in Linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2010
Lots of heartache to find this, but quite simple in the end. Most of the info came from this forum
But I thought I'd paste / distil / add my comments.
ESSENTIALLY: the trick is that you need to have installed Citrix ICA client (known as XenApp) from Citrix's website, but not use the browser plugin in the way that (say) Firefox does.
Download is available here:
You want the .deb version, and then use sudo dpkg -i <file location> to install it.
You disable the plugin (which Chrome had presumably installed automatically because I had it on my system for use with Firefox) by entering aboutlugins in the address bar in Chrome, and then scroll down to the Citrix plugin and there should be an option to disable it.
It is necessary to setup mime correctly in order for the launch.ica file to be opened with the correct application.
Chrome uses xdg-open which is a shell scrip
Linux distro with just a web browser (like a thin client)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 3, 2007
I'm just curious. Is there a Linux Distro that doesn't load X, and just loads a web browser thats easy to install? Like, I just burn and ISO, and pop it in easy? Sort of like a Thin Client. Preferably one that has Flash and Java already? Or is this something that I would have to put together myself?
I got the idea because I have a couple of old systems, and I was thinking that I might be able to use them to listen to music, and possibly videos by using Jinzora, TVersity, ect.
I already know how to do something similar in XP, by replacing the default shell with a web browser. Should I just use Windows? hehehe (that should get the ball rolling)
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