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    I gave up on Thinstation in the end because it didn't seem to be compatabile with the graphics cards I was using. I found though, that when I was building the thinstation files from thinstation-o-matic, I wasn't editting the build files correctly to pull the network.conf, so even though it existed it didn't try to read it.

    I'll see if I can find the old conf files and put them up for you.
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    Sorry to bother you

    Wondered how you got your thinstation setup to work

    I get the No Valid Session Type error as you did in your post way back:

    I have tried :

    SESSION_0_TITLE="Big Bad Server Donald"
    SESSION_0_RDESKTOP_OPTIONS="-u user -p password -a 16"



    Any pointers?

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