Commit ff400e49 authored by Russ Fish's avatar Russ Fish
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Describe setting the rdesktop size.

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<h2>RDP to Node</h2>
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<p> This is used to connect to a Windows node in your experiment and get a
remote Windows Desktop using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). </p>
This is used to contact to a Windows node in your experiment and get a
remote Windows Desktop using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
First, you need an RDP client program installed on your computer:
<p>First, you need an RDP client program installed on your computer: </p>
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Clicking "RDP to Node" in the Node Options page will send your browser
a "text/x-testbed-rdp" ".tbrdp" file. In FreeBSD or Linux, you can save
the file and pass it as an argument to <code>rdp-mime.pl</code> or
associate it with <code>rdp-mime.pl</code> in your web browser. You
can download the <code>rdp-mime.pl </code><a href="rdp-mime.pl">Perl
program here</a>.
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<p>Clicking "RDP to Node" in the Node Options page will send your
browser a "text/x-testbed-rdp" ".tbrdp" file. In FreeBSD or Linux, you
can save the file and pass it as an argument to
<code>rdp-mime.pl</code> or associate it with <code>rdp-mime.pl</code>
in your web browser. You can download the <code>rdp-mime.pl </code><a
href="rdp-mime.pl">Perl program here</a>. </p>
<p>You can specify any display resolution (rdesktop window size) you
want in the rdp-mime.pl script. The default is 1280x1024 but it
doesn't have to be one of the "normal" ones. And you can switch back
and forth between sizes by just starting a new rdesktop with different
arguments and "grabbing" the rlogin session away from the previous
one. </p>
<p>But once an rdesktop is started up, its display resolution is
fixed. If you make it smaller than the previous one, Windows will
push your windows around to fit in the smaller space. </p>
<p>
<font size='+1'><b>Instructions for Linux/FreeBSD:</b></font>
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