System intermittently hangs while running Iceweasel 2.x.
This occurs because the flash file system has no available space, which may be caused by the Iceweasel 2.x list of suspected forgery sites that are downloaded to the client by default. Try disabling this feature by clearing the Tell me if the site I’m visiting is a suspected forgery check box under Iceweasel 2.x > Tools > Security. If you install a version of Iceweasel that you did not obtain from HP, you may also want to run the /usr/share/hp/Iceweaseltweaks script as root from an Xterm or console to reduce unnecessary writes to the flash disk.
You cannot run an X application to a local machine when you Telnet to a remote XDM.
The default configuration disables this functionality because of security concerns. You can enable by removing –nolisten TCP from /etc/X11/wdm/Xservers and restarting the X server.
Keyboard is dead/locks up when VT is set between 1 and 6 in an XDM connection.
VTs 1 through 6 are reserved as additional gettys by default. Press the power button to shutdown, then either select a different VT or modify /etc/inittab and comment out the line that creates the getty you would like to use. Reboot for the changes to take effect.
When you shut down or reboot while in Kiosk mode, you get a blank, blue screen and no connection.
This occurs at logout when a non-root user is in Kiosk mode with no auto-connection and the user was not granted rights from the administrator to reboot or shut down the system.
You cannot print a large job to local printers in rdesktop sessions.
This issue may occur if a large volume of documents or an individually large document is sent to the local printer. Try to send large documents to a printer that is not connected locally to the thin client. If you want to print multiple documents, allow the print queue to clear before submitting the documents.
Chapter 7 Troubleshooting