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Support remote connectivity with phindows and phditto clients. You should see the phrelay connect sequence automatically resume. The phrelay utility makes very extensive use of data caching techniques to minimize the amount of data that needs to be transmitted from the host to the client machine. Various connection options are available, but the defaults usually work well. By specifying a userid with the -U option, you can avoid this login dialog. Once connected, log into Neutrino and then issue the command:. Data-caching options Phindows makes very extensive use of data caching techniques to minimize the amount of data that needs to be transmiDatacachingtted from the host to the client machine.
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You want to start up a private Photon session and discover that node 2 has lots of spare resources in QNX, any node phjndows do. Data-caching options Phindows makes very extensive use of data caching techniques to minimize the amount of data that needs to be transmiDatacachingtted from the host to the client machine.
Once connected, log into Neutrino and then issue the command: The format of each service entry in the phrelay configuration file is as follows:. Sharing a Photon session workgroup computing The normal mode of Dittoing someone else’s Photon session specifying -n is to have a single cursor that can be controlled by either the local or remote user.
Using predefined Photon services The -s command-line option simplifies the task of creating shortcuts to Photon applications within phinndows Windows desktop.
Configuring Phindows for TCP/IP use
Tagged objects include bitmap data, image data, and color palettes. These two entries cause inetd to listen for incoming requests to establish a new Photon session.
You should see the phrelay connect sequence automatically resume. If no userid is given, and the phrelay service doesn’t specify a default userid, then Photon pops up the QNX Photon Login dialog requesting the QNX userid before proceeding. The phrelay utility supports remote user interface clients on other nodes.
You can use the command line options to control settings such as connection speed, window size and look and feel, and sharing options.
For Phindows connections that specify a service -sa user ID can also be specified using -U. Support remote connectivity with phindows and phditto clients. Each line of the file has this format:. If the remote computer has been configured properly, you should see a Photon login prompt, at which point you’re connected and running Photon.
Data-compression options Phindows uses data compression to compress the data that is sent from host computer to QNX target.
These objects are generally tagged when first created by the Photon program developers. The phrelay utility supports encrypted connections with Phindows versions 3. The -s command-line option of phditto and phindows is provided to simplify the task of creating shortcuts to Photon applications within the MS-Windows desktop. With a serial connection, Phindows initially acts as a simple text terminal that lets you type commands directly to the modem e.
EXE supports several command-line options. Enabling offscreen context support The normal mode of Dittoing someone else’s Photon session specifying -n is to have a single cursor that can be controlled by either the local or remote user. By using the -s option, you can create an icon or shortcut on the MS-Windows desktop to start up a Photon application automatically within a private phindows session.
Connecting to a remote Photon session
When this file exists, remote clients can still connect to your target machine using their own private Photon session, but they can’t view an already running Photon session. Once you’ve chosen the connection parameters, click Connect to cause Phindows to connect with these parameters.
The configuration should already be set correctly; if not, make the changes described below. When you specify a modem using the -m option to phditto or phindowsthe remote client first acts as a simple text terminal emulator so you can interact with the modem, dial up a remote QNX machine, and log in.
By phinfows a userid with the -U option, you can avoid this login dialog. With phindws specification of the remote Window Manager options, it’s possible to make that Photon application look like it’s a qjx MS-Windows application. This process is accomplished automatically by the Photon development tools, so the program developer is, for the most part, not even aware that this is taking place. This chapter describes how to get started using Phindows.
A Photon login screen should appear at this point. Connecting to a remote Photon session Suppose you need to look at a Photon application running on some QNX machine other than the one with the modem you’re connecting to.
Both Phindows and phditto allow a user to connect to an existing Photon session, which displays the contents of the Photon session on the remote client’s screen. If you request a serial connection, you must specify the COM port e.