Strange Issue - Solaris

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  1. Strange Issue

    I was running a spare machine here at work as an x86 solaris machine.
    It is connected via vga to a dell flatscreen, and i use my laptop
    connected to the same monitor via DVI. Everything was working fine,
    using the monitor itself to switch between desktops when needed.

    I usually use the JDE, and was quite happy with it. However, i turned
    off the solaris machine yesterday, and unplugged it and added a new
    disk for storage.

    Since then when i log into the JDE locally, i get a screen resolution
    of 640x480, and i cannot change it im afraid. Any ideas?

    Also i have VNC installed on the box, so i can access it when im away.
    It loads the generic cde. Is there any method of using the JDE desktop
    over VNC?

    B


  2. Re: Strange Issue

    On Mar 23, 4:18 am, "bomahony" wrote:
    > I was running a spare machine here at work as an x86 solaris machine.
    > It is connected via vga to a dell flatscreen, and i use my laptop
    > connected to the same monitor via DVI. Everything was working fine,
    > using the monitor itself to switch between desktops when needed.
    >
    > I usually use the JDE, and was quite happy with it. However, i turned
    > off the solaris machine yesterday, and unplugged it and added a new
    > disk for storage.
    >
    > Since then when i log into the JDE locally, i get a screen resolution
    > of 640x480, and i cannot change it im afraid. Any ideas?
    >
    > Also i have VNC installed on the box, so i can access it when im away.
    > It loads the generic cde. Is there any method of using the JDE desktop
    > over VNC?
    >
    > B


    This may be a wild goode chase, but since you've got no other
    responses:

    Since you chnaged hardware, have you tried a reconfiguration reboot?

    # reboot -- -r



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