IBM Blade Center H , Mouse Control over the Remote Console

Posted on 2009-12-31
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
I have got a New IBM Blade Center H with HS22 Blade Servers on it and I am trying to install Redhat Linux with the help of a bootable CD using the Remote Console
The problem is the mouse is acting weird while tyring to click on the remote console screen,
Has any one had his problem before , Can somebody help on this isse?
Thanks in Advance
Question by:balajmohan
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    Accepted Solution

    the first approach on blade, with mouse,keyboard,and CDrom,
    often creates some problems, that often , I have not still understood,
    the disappear, probably dooing unkown operation.

    If you can, for the 1st time, try to use local console.
    Or, furthermore, check your remote session setting & skill,
    using something on bios machine or/and using a bootable
    CDrom, no the Linux OS, as ServeRAID CD or other, just to
    understand well, click operations inside guest window embedded
    in html page: it is not so easy, and sometimes some attempts are needed.


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