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rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

 
yaraven
Occasional Advisor

rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

The mouse does not work at connection through iLO, on all four servers under control of RED HAT
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rick jones
Honored Contributor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

I don't know all the issues, but if there is a button to disable high performance mouse, select it. Otherwise, it think you need an "absolute" (I assume coordinate) mouse driver in the host OS.
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yaraven
Occasional Advisor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

Such button there is not present.
If it was iLO Proliant or Blade series it would be. But it Integrity...
The license advanced.
How much I remember this button all the same works only in OS of type windows
kris rombauts
Honored Contributor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

Pls note that the vkVM feature of the ilo2 in the RX6600 is only supported under Windows 2003/2008 but not on any other OS.


HTH

Kris

yaraven
Occasional Advisor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

where possible find official information speaking of this?
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

For example:

http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-6005/ch06s02.html

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"NOTE: Currently, vKVM is not supported on HP-UX, Linux, or OpenVMS"


Hope this helps!
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yaraven
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Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

but keyboard is still working!
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rick jones
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Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

Just because something is unsupported doesn't mean it won't work entirely. Similarly, just because something happens to work, doesn't mean it is supported. Thus we have an HPspeak decoder such as:

Supported, known to work -> warm fuzzies all around
Supported, not known to not work -> an HPite may be in trouble
Supported, known to not work -> an HPite is in trouble
Unsupported, known to work -> lucky today, unlucky tomorrow?
Unsupported, not known to not work -> there but for the grace of Turing
Unsupported, known to not work -> no, it was not deliberate ;-)
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yaraven
Occasional Advisor

Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

2 torsten

in my opinion in this section is written broughted list desktop OS which are supported
Torsten.
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Re: rx6600 iLO MP mouse mapping?

Right, but navigate 1 page back and you will find this:

http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-6005/ch01s03.html#cacieecg

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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