Oracle VDI 3.2 In Action!

An attempt to use Jing here.  Even went "Pro".  Still a five minute limit and I got cut short, but you'll get the gist.  Check out the functionality!  Big hat tip to the folks in Hamburg, Leeds, and Dublin.  :)  (I just realized I have 2GB traffic limit per month with pro...I'll see what I can do)

(And no, I cannot tell you why Javier was not ruled offsides there. )




Oh, and Jaap...this is for you.
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Thanks. I'd forgotten what a terrible, terrible commentator Tommy Smyth was, and now I've been forced to remember again.

Posted by Calum on August 16, 2010 at 11:46 PM PDT #

Where in the world did you get a copy of Windows 3.1? Nice demo for 5 minutes. I like Jing

Posted by jeff reilly on August 17, 2010 at 12:26 AM PDT #

Impressive, I can't wait to get my hands back on that technology.

Posted by Dan Lacher on August 17, 2010 at 01:04 AM PDT #

Very, very cool. I'm curious about multi-head. Do you know (or can you point me in the right direction) if you can mix Sun Ray client types to achieve multi-head Xinerama? For instance, I have two 30" displays on my Mac, but would like to add another six or so smaller displays. Could one run the software client on the Mac, then run three dual head Sun Ray's, all connected to the same Windows session?
TIA,
Piers

Posted by Piers Dawson-Damer on August 18, 2010 at 01:08 PM PDT #

Hi Piers,
Normally, you can mix displays, but they have to be the same geometry, so your 30" might not be running at their best res. Assuming you want to "Span" the two 30's? Might be better if created two different profiles with the OVDC (see http://blogs.sun.com/ThinkThin/entry/using_the_sun_desktop_access) two get two unique instances of the OVDC.

You'll have to note the client ID of the soft client, then add the DTU id's and create your MH group off of that.

You'll also have to use vRDP and not MS-RDP (but you want that anyways to get RCA today). And you'll have to bump the video RAM up for your VM. With 32MB you can go up to 6400x1200 and you have to adjust from there.

Posted by Craig Bender on August 18, 2010 at 01:30 PM PDT #

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