The XDM connection window opens.
Use the following options to configure an XDM connection:
Hostname: Type the XDM server name or server IP address.
Display: Select the Linux display setting for this XDM connection to utilize. The display
number determines which display to use.
VT (Virtual Terminal): Select Automatic. Consoles 9 thru 12 are available, and you can enable other consoles by editing /etc/inittab. For example, to select Automatic, press Ctrl+Alt+F9 to access the first XDM display. To select VT 12, press Ctrl+Alt+F12 to access the fourth XDM display.
Keymap: Select whether to use the language based on the local thin client settings, the server settings, or select a specific language.
Query Mode: Select the type of XDM connection:
Broadcast: Uses the first host that replies.
Indirect: Provides a list of available hosts.
Direct: Uses a single host.
Name this connection: Type a name to associate with this XDM connection.
To create an Other connection:
Click Applications > Internet > HP Connection Administrator.
The Add Connection window opens.
HP Connection Administrator window