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Sinix, how to configure more than just session 0

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Hi all

We are have the following problem here. A couple of Solaris machines are on the network as well as a Sinix (RM600). All users do connect from their windows workstations over some emulation software to run X-applications on their desktops.
It works fine with all of the Solaris Boxes, but with the Sinix Box only one user can connect to display 0 over the terminal Server.
We were told that the Sinix is only supplying one Display while Solaris is supply up to 60 Displays.
Is there may be a way to have more display on the Sinix or a workaround to configure the Emultation software (ViewNow1.0.1 for Terminal Server) in order have more than one user working on that.
By the way it works fine when connecting directly from the workstations.

thanks for the input

Nadav
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Hi,

I believe that if you install SSH on the Sinix box and connect using the SSH protocol then it will sort out your display problem.

Alternatively, you need to find a virtual frame buffer solution.

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Hi Nisus

thanks for the answer, enjoy your points
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Is there something I can add to get an 'A', I'm not used to B grades!!!
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The reason is we found a workaround as well as the X-Client on our windows machined do not support security.
But let me know how I can change to it.

thanks
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