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HP b2600 Reference Manual

HP b2600 Reference Manual (486 pages)

OpenGL 1.1 Reference  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.6 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Glaccum10................................................................................................................................................................
Glalphafunc13................................................................................................................................................................
Glareatexturesresident15................................................................................................................................................................
Glarrayelement17................................................................................................................................................................
Glbegin20................................................................................................................................................................
Glubegincurve23................................................................................................................................................................
Glubeginpolygon24................................................................................................................................................................
Glubeginsurface25................................................................................................................................................................
Glubegintrim26................................................................................................................................................................
Glbindtexture28................................................................................................................................................................
Glbitmap30................................................................................................................................................................
Glblendcolorext32................................................................................................................................................................
Glblendfunc33................................................................................................................................................................
Glubuild1dmipmaps36................................................................................................................................................................
Glubuild2dmipmaps38................................................................................................................................................................
Glcalllist42................................................................................................................................................................
Glcalllists43................................................................................................................................................................
Glxchoosevisual46................................................................................................................................................................
Glclear50................................................................................................................................................................
Glclearaccum52................................................................................................................................................................
Glclearcolor53................................................................................................................................................................
Glcleardepth54................................................................................................................................................................
Glclearindex55................................................................................................................................................................
Glclearstencil56................................................................................................................................................................
Glclipplane57................................................................................................................................................................
Glcolor59................................................................................................................................................................
Glcolormask63................................................................................................................................................................
Glcolormaterial64................................................................................................................................................................
Glcolorpointer66................................................................................................................................................................
Glxcopycontext68................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopypixels70................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopyteximage1d74................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopyteximage2d77................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopytexsubimage1d80................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopytexsubimage2d82................................................................................................................................................................
Glcopytexsubimage3dext85................................................................................................................................................................
Glxcreatecontext87................................................................................................................................................................
Glxcreateglxpixmap89................................................................................................................................................................
Glcullface91................................................................................................................................................................
Glucylinder92................................................................................................................................................................
Gldeletelists94................................................................................................................................................................
Gludeletenurbsrenderer95................................................................................................................................................................
Gludeletequadric96................................................................................................................................................................
Gludeletetess97................................................................................................................................................................
Gldeletetextures98................................................................................................................................................................
Gldepthfunc100................................................................................................................................................................
Gldepthmask102................................................................................................................................................................
Gldepthrange103................................................................................................................................................................
Glxdestroycontext104................................................................................................................................................................
Glxdestroyglxpixmap105................................................................................................................................................................
Gldisable106................................................................................................................................................................
Gludisk112................................................................................................................................................................
Gldrawarrays113................................................................................................................................................................
Gldrawarrayssethp115................................................................................................................................................................
Gldrawbuffer117................................................................................................................................................................
Gldrawelements119................................................................................................................................................................
Gldrawpixels121................................................................................................................................................................
Gledgeflag128................................................................................................................................................................
Gledgeflagpointer129................................................................................................................................................................
Glenable131................................................................................................................................................................
Glenableclientstate137................................................................................................................................................................
Glerrorstring139................................................................................................................................................................
Glevalcoord140................................................................................................................................................................
Glevalmesh143................................................................................................................................................................
Glevalpoint146................................................................................................................................................................
Glfeedbackbuffer150................................................................................................................................................................
Glfinish153................................................................................................................................................................
Glflush154................................................................................................................................................................
Glfog155................................................................................................................................................................
Glfrontface158................................................................................................................................................................
Glfrustum159................................................................................................................................................................
Glgenlists162................................................................................................................................................................
Glgentextures163................................................................................................................................................................
Glget165................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetclientstring186................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetclipplane187................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetconfig188................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetcurrentcontext191................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetcurrentdisplay192................................................................................................................................................................
Glxgetcurrentdrawable193................................................................................................................................................................
Glgeterror194................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetlight196................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetmap199................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetmaterial201................................................................................................................................................................
Glugetnurbsproperty203................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetpixelmap204................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetpointer206................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetpolygonstipple208................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetstring209................................................................................................................................................................
Glugetstring211................................................................................................................................................................
Glugettessproperty212................................................................................................................................................................
Glgettexenv213................................................................................................................................................................
Glgettexgen215................................................................................................................................................................
Glgetteximage217................................................................................................................................................................
Glgettexlevelparameter219................................................................................................................................................................
Glgettexparameter222................................................................................................................................................................
Glhint226................................................................................................................................................................
Glindex230................................................................................................................................................................
Glindexmask232................................................................................................................................................................
Glindexpointer233................................................................................................................................................................
Glinitnames235................................................................................................................................................................
Glinterleavedarrays236................................................................................................................................................................
Glxintro238................................................................................................................................................................
Glxisdirect242................................................................................................................................................................
Glisenabled243................................................................................................................................................................
Glislist246................................................................................................................................................................
Glistexture247................................................................................................................................................................
Gllight250................................................................................................................................................................
Gllightmodel254................................................................................................................................................................
Gllinestipple257................................................................................................................................................................
Gllinewidth259................................................................................................................................................................
Gllistbase261................................................................................................................................................................
Glloadidentity262................................................................................................................................................................
Glloadmatrix263................................................................................................................................................................
Glloadname265................................................................................................................................................................
Gluloadsamplingmatrices266................................................................................................................................................................
Gllogicop267................................................................................................................................................................
Glulookat269................................................................................................................................................................
Glxmakecurrent272................................................................................................................................................................
Glmap1274................................................................................................................................................................
Glmap2278................................................................................................................................................................
Glmapgrid283................................................................................................................................................................
Glmaterials285................................................................................................................................................................
Glmatrixmode288................................................................................................................................................................
Glmultmatrix289................................................................................................................................................................
Glnewlist292................................................................................................................................................................
Glnextvisibilitytesthp294................................................................................................................................................................
Glunewnurbsrenderer295................................................................................................................................................................
Glunewquadric296................................................................................................................................................................
Glunewtess297................................................................................................................................................................
Glunextcontour298................................................................................................................................................................
Glnormal300................................................................................................................................................................
Glnormalpointer302................................................................................................................................................................
Glunurbscallback304................................................................................................................................................................
Glunurbscurve305................................................................................................................................................................
Glunurbsprperty307................................................................................................................................................................
Glunurbssurface310................................................................................................................................................................
Glortho314................................................................................................................................................................
Gluortho2d316................................................................................................................................................................
Glupartialdisk318................................................................................................................................................................
Glpassthrough320................................................................................................................................................................
Gluperspective321................................................................................................................................................................
Glupickmatrix323................................................................................................................................................................
Glpixelmap324................................................................................................................................................................
Glpixelstore328................................................................................................................................................................
Glpixeltransfer333................................................................................................................................................................
Glpixelzoom337................................................................................................................................................................
Glpointsize338................................................................................................................................................................
Glpolygonmode340................................................................................................................................................................
Glpolygonoffset342................................................................................................................................................................
Glpolygonstipple344................................................................................................................................................................
Glprioritizetextures346................................................................................................................................................................
Gluproject348................................................................................................................................................................
Glpushattrib349................................................................................................................................................................
Glpushclientattrib355................................................................................................................................................................
Glpushmatrix357................................................................................................................................................................
Glpushname359................................................................................................................................................................
Glupwlcurve361................................................................................................................................................................
Gluquadriccallback364................................................................................................................................................................
Gluquadricdrawstyle365................................................................................................................................................................
Gluquadricnormals366................................................................................................................................................................
Gluquadricorientation367................................................................................................................................................................
Gluquadrictexture368................................................................................................................................................................
Glxqueryextension369................................................................................................................................................................
Glxqueryextensionsstring370................................................................................................................................................................
Glxqueryserverstring371................................................................................................................................................................
Glxqueryversion372................................................................................................................................................................
Glrasterpos374................................................................................................................................................................
Glreadbuffer378................................................................................................................................................................
Glreadpixels380................................................................................................................................................................
Glrect384................................................................................................................................................................
Glrendermode386................................................................................................................................................................
Glrotate388................................................................................................................................................................
Glscale392................................................................................................................................................................
Gluscaleimage394................................................................................................................................................................
Glscissor396................................................................................................................................................................
Glselectbuffer398................................................................................................................................................................
Glshademodel400................................................................................................................................................................
Glusphere402................................................................................................................................................................
Glstencilfunc403................................................................................................................................................................
Glstencilmask405................................................................................................................................................................
Glstencilop406................................................................................................................................................................
Glxswapbuffers408................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessbegincontour410................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessbeginpolygon411................................................................................................................................................................
Glutesscallback412................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessendpolygon416................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessnormal417................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessproperty418................................................................................................................................................................
Glutessvertex420................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexcoord422................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexcoordpointer425................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexenv427................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexgen431................................................................................................................................................................
Glteximage1d434................................................................................................................................................................
Glteximage2d439................................................................................................................................................................
Glteximage3dext444................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexparameter449................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexsubimage1d455................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexsubimage2d458................................................................................................................................................................
Gltexsubimage3dext461................................................................................................................................................................
Gltranslate464................................................................................................................................................................
Gluunproject468................................................................................................................................................................
Glxusexfont470................................................................................................................................................................
Glvertex474................................................................................................................................................................
Glvertexpointer477................................................................................................................................................................
Glviewport479................................................................................................................................................................
Glvisibilitybufferhp480................................................................................................................................................................
Glxwaitgl484................................................................................................................................................................
Glxwaitx485................................................................................................................................................................

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HP b2600 Technical Reference

HP b2600 Technical Reference (206 pages)

HP b2600: Reference Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 33.31 MB
Table of contents
Technical Reference1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Regulatory Statements9................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Notice9................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals9................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History10................................................................................................................................................................
Product Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware System Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Overview14................................................................................................................................................................
Your Workstation's Front Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
System Lcd15................................................................................................................................................................
System Power Button15................................................................................................................................................................
Your Workstation's Rear Panel Connectors16................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Ports 1 And 2 Connectors17................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Connectors17................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Connector18................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Connector18................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connector18................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Connectors (optional)18................................................................................................................................................................
Monitors19................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Conversion Process20................................................................................................................................................................
Desktop To Rack-mount Conversion20................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount To Desktop Conversion20................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Characteristics21................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Components22................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting25................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview26................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Troubleshooting26................................................................................................................................................................
Flowcharts For Troubleshooting26................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Lcd-indicated Conditions31................................................................................................................................................................
Selftest Failures31................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Failures32................................................................................................................................................................
Running System Verification Tests33................................................................................................................................................................
Running Ode-based Diagnostics34................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace System Components35................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Configurations36................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required37................................................................................................................................................................
Removing/replacing System Components38................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions38................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using The Procedures In This Chapter39................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel And Top Cover40................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Front Bezel And Top Cover41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Memory Dimms42................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Memory Dimms44................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Cd Drive46................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Cd Drive50................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Cage, I/o Card And Pci Backplane Board54................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Pci Cage, I/o Card And Pci Backplane Board59................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Hard Disk Drive(s)63................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Hard Disk Drive(s)64................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Liquid Crystal Display (lcd) Module66................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Liquid Crystal Display (lcd) Module67................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Ac Or Dc Power Supply68................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Ac Or Dc Power Supply70................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board72................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board74................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Fan Modules77................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Fan Modules82................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Audio Card87................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Audio Card89................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your System For Desktop Or Rack-mount Use93................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your Desktop System To A Rack-mount System93................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your Rack-mount System To A Desktop System96................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Handler97................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Handler Features99................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Boot Console Handler100................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Menus101................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Workstation105................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For Bootable Media107................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Workstation108................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting Paths109................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting The Monitor Type111................................................................................................................................................................
The Monitor Command111................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Monitor Configuration112................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Monitor Type112................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Monitor Type At Power On114................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Monitor Problems115................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Console To An External Terminal115................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Memory Configuration116................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Status Of The I/o Slots117................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Auto Boot And Auto Search Flags118................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting The Security Mode119................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting Fastboot Mode120................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Lan Station Address121................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Information122................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Pim Information122................................................................................................................................................................
Using Remote Power-on123................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Hint For An Unresponsive Rpc124................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Fan Speed125................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount Fan Speed125................................................................................................................................................................
Desktop Fan Speed125................................................................................................................................................................
Initial System Loader (isl) Environment127................................................................................................................................................................
Invoking Isl From The Boot Console Handler127................................................................................................................................................................
Isl User Commands128................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram129................................................................................................................................................................
System Board And Pci Board130................................................................................................................................................................
System Board131................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Back-plane Board133................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Statements135................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity136................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility137................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission (fcc)137................................................................................................................................................................
Vcci Statement For Class A Products138................................................................................................................................................................
Korea Rrl Statement For Class A Product138................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Class A Warning138................................................................................................................................................................
Optical And Acoustical Statements139................................................................................................................................................................
Visible Led Statement139................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Statement For A Class 1 Laser Product139................................................................................................................................................................
Regulation On Noise Declaration For Machines139................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications141................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications142................................................................................................................................................................
Altitude142................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Magnetic Field Interference142................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Interference (emi)142................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge142................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature142................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity (non-condensing)142................................................................................................................................................................
Leakage Current142................................................................................................................................................................
Shock143................................................................................................................................................................
Vibration143................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Specifications143................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Input Power143................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Input Power143................................................................................................................................................................
Hp B2600 Chassis Codes145................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Codes146................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories And Replacement Parts169................................................................................................................................................................
Hp B2600 Accessories170................................................................................................................................................................
B2600 Supported Accessories170................................................................................................................................................................
Parts And Part Numbers171................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Supply175................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Supply Considerations176................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Wires176................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Your Workstation176................................................................................................................................................................
Location For Your Dc Source And Workstation(s)176................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dc Power Supply177................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Dc Power Supply180................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace Dat Drives183................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dat Drive184................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Scsi Cable187................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Dat Drive189................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Scsi Cable192................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace Flexible Disk Drives195................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Flexible Disk Drive196................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Flexible Disk Drive201................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Administration Manual

HP b2600 Administration Manual (171 pages)

HP b2600: Supplementary Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 2.65 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide6................................................................................................................................................................
Preface8................................................................................................................................................................
Why This Document8................................................................................................................................................................
Why Thi Document?8................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1: Pathnames10................................................................................................................................................................
Using "whence10................................................................................................................................................................
Using "find10................................................................................................................................................................
Starbase11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-phigs12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Pex13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2: Compiling Your Application14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Starbase Applications14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling With Shared Libraries14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling With Archive Libraries14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Hp-phigs Applications15................................................................................................................................................................
Device Driver Libraries17................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Hp Pex Applications21................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Opengl Applications21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3: X Windows: Hp-ux 10.2022................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Screens File23................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The X*screens Configuration File23................................................................................................................................................................
The X*screens File Format23................................................................................................................................................................
Server Options24................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Entries24................................................................................................................................................................
Sample X*screens Files25................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Topics30................................................................................................................................................................
Double Buffer Extension (dbe)30................................................................................................................................................................
Display Power Management Signaling (dpms)31................................................................................................................................................................
Mbx32................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Memory Extension (mit_shm)33................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Memory Transport (smt)34................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Tuning Of Smt35................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Of Smt37................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Color Recovery38................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Loading39................................................................................................................................................................
Include Inferiors Fix39................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Memory Usage With 3d Graphics40................................................................................................................................................................
Count Transparent In Overlay Visual41................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Overlay Transparency41................................................................................................................................................................
3-bit Center Color41................................................................................................................................................................
Image Text Via Bitmap42................................................................................................................................................................
Obsolete Environment Variables42................................................................................................................................................................
Special Device Files42................................................................................................................................................................
Supportedx Configurations43................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-display Support43................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-screen Support45................................................................................................................................................................
Single Logical Screen (sls)45................................................................................................................................................................
Distributed Single Logical Screen (sls/d)48................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Color Graphics Device-dependent Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Visuals51................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Screen Options51................................................................................................................................................................
Colormaps And Colormap Management51................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Hp Color Recovery Technology Via Xlib52................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Color Graphics, Internal Grayscale Graphics, Crx, Grx, And Dual-crx Device-dependent Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-24[z] Device-dependent Information55................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-24[z] Transparent Overlay Visuals55................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-48z Device-dependent Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-48z Transparent Overlay Visuals56................................................................................................................................................................
Hcrx And Hp Visualize Device-dependent Information57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-eg Modes59................................................................................................................................................................
Hcrx Configuration Hints60................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 4 And Fx67................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fx Configuration Hints70................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe, Fx5 And Fx10 Device-dependent Information73................................................................................................................................................................
Disable 12 Bit Direct Color Visual73................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe/5/10 Configuration Hints74................................................................................................................................................................
Freedom Series Graphics Device-dependent Information75................................................................................................................................................................
Vrx Device-dependent Information77................................................................................................................................................................
Vrx Device Files77................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4: X Windows Configuration Details79................................................................................................................................................................
Making An X*.hosts File79................................................................................................................................................................
Making An X*.host File79................................................................................................................................................................
X0.hosts And X0screens Relation79................................................................................................................................................................
Using An /etc/hosts File80................................................................................................................................................................
Using Special Input Devices80................................................................................................................................................................
How The X Server Chooses The Default Keyboard And Pointer80................................................................................................................................................................
Devices File81................................................................................................................................................................
Explicitly Specifying Input Device Use82................................................................................................................................................................
Explicitly Specifying Rs-232 Input Device Use82................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Hp-hil Input Device Use By Device File Name85................................................................................................................................................................
Redefining The Hp-hil Search Path86................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The X Window System86................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing The Colormap With Xinitcolormap87................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Mouse And Keyboard88................................................................................................................................................................
Going Mouseless With The X*pointerkeys File89................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing Keyboard Input97................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Key Remapping Expressions98................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Keyboards100................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Keyboards100................................................................................................................................................................
Default Keyboard Mapping101................................................................................................................................................................
Equivalent Keys101................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Key Mapping101................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Considerations103................................................................................................................................................................
Re-installing Powershade104................................................................................................................................................................
3d Graphics Performance104................................................................................................................................................................
Texture Mapping105................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Pex Graphics Performance106................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-phigs Graphics Performance109................................................................................................................................................................
3d Thread-safing115................................................................................................................................................................
General Information115................................................................................................................................................................
Sigalrm Details116................................................................................................................................................................
Sigchld And The Grm Daemon117................................................................................................................................................................
Sigchld And The Starbase Input Daemon118................................................................................................................................................................
Sigpipe Details118................................................................................................................................................................
Gamma Correction118................................................................................................................................................................
Why Is Gamma Correction Needed119................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Brightness And Contrast120................................................................................................................................................................
How To Install The Gamma Icon Into Your Cde Front Panel120................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gamma Correction Tool123................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Cde And Hp Vue124................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Memory Usage124................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Documentation125................................................................................................................................................................
Synopsis126................................................................................................................................................................
Description126................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Up127................................................................................................................................................................
Display Names128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control129................................................................................................................................................................
Geometry Specifications130................................................................................................................................................................
Window Managers131................................................................................................................................................................
Font Names131................................................................................................................................................................
Font Server Names133................................................................................................................................................................
Color Names133................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboards135................................................................................................................................................................
Options136................................................................................................................................................................
Resources137................................................................................................................................................................
Examples141................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics141................................................................................................................................................................
See Also142................................................................................................................................................................
Copyright142................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks142................................................................................................................................................................
Authors142................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B: X Server Reference Page143................................................................................................................................................................
Name143................................................................................................................................................................
Security File Format147................................................................................................................................................................
Running From Init151................................................................................................................................................................
Granting Access151................................................................................................................................................................
Signals152................................................................................................................................................................
Fonts153................................................................................................................................................................
Files154................................................................................................................................................................
Notes154................................................................................................................................................................
Origin154................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C: Low Bandwidth X Proxy156................................................................................................................................................................
Atom Control159................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D: Rx Netscape Navigator Plug-in160................................................................................................................................................................
Installation160................................................................................................................................................................
Environment162................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix E: Proxy Manager Service163................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Manager Config File164................................................................................................................................................................
Example165................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Manager Details165................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix F: Locate Proxy Services167................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix G: Rx Helper Program169................................................................................................................................................................

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HP b2600 Supplementary Manual

HP b2600 Supplementary Manual (164 pages)

HP j6750: Supplementary Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.75 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document9................................................................................................................................................................
About Hp Dce/9000 Enhanced Dfs11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hp Dce/9000 Enhanced Dfs Version 3.012................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits13................................................................................................................................................................
Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Restriction Of Rpc Addresses14................................................................................................................................................................
Dce/dfs Tcl Configuration Functions15................................................................................................................................................................
Global Variables15................................................................................................................................................................
System Tuning Variables15................................................................................................................................................................
Administration Tools For Enhanced Dfs 3.016................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Enterprise File System Admin Web17................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Information And Installation Requirements18................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Dfs 3.0 Interoperability18................................................................................................................................................................
Nis And Integrated Login Interoperability18................................................................................................................................................................
What Manuals Are Available For This Version19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring Enhanced Dfs21................................................................................................................................................................
Planning For Enhanced Dfs 3.0 Installation And Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Administer Dfs24................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations For Enhanced Dfs 3.0 Installation And Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installing And Configuring Enhanced Dfs 3.027................................................................................................................................................................
To Install And Configure Enhanced Dfs28................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Dfs 3.0 Filesets29................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Root.dfs From Ufs To Episode31................................................................................................................................................................
Replicating Root.dfs Using "cheap Replication34................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Setuid Programs And Device Files In Dfs36................................................................................................................................................................
Setuid Script36................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Dfs Cache Manager Commands38................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Enhanced Dfs43................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Enhanced Dfs Configuration Information And Dfs Cache Files44................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting Rpc Addresses45................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Global Variables46................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tuning Variables48................................................................................................................................................................
Running Dce_config To Configure Enhanced Dfs49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A System Control Server50................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dfs Fileset Location Database52................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A File Server And A Private File Server55................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dfs Client57................................................................................................................................................................
Dfs_config Environment Variables60................................................................................................................................................................
A Tcl Functions63................................................................................................................................................................
Dce Tcl Functions64................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Functions64................................................................................................................................................................
Unconfiguration Function75................................................................................................................................................................
Cleanup Functions76................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions84................................................................................................................................................................
Dce Tcl Examples112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dce Client112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Single-machine Dce Server112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dced113................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Secd113................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cdsd114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dtsd114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Security Replica114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Cds Replica115................................................................................................................................................................
Unconfiguring A Client (only) Machine From An Existing Cell115................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Machine From An Existing Cell116................................................................................................................................................................
Dfs Tcl Functions117................................................................................................................................................................
Unconfiguration Functions124................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Primary Dfs Functions136................................................................................................................................................................
B The Dfs/nfs Secure Gateway139................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Dfs/nfs Gateway140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gateway Server Machines143................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Gateway Server Without Enabling Remote Authentication144................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Gateway Server And Enabling Remote Authentication145................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Bos Server Process146................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Gateway Server Process148................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nfs Clients To Access Dfs150................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Client Without Enabling Remote Authentication151................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Client And Enabling Remote Authentication152................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Dfs From An Nfs Client154................................................................................................................................................................
Unauthenticated Access To Dfs154................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticated Access To Dfs155................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticating To Dce From An Nfs Client157................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticating To Dce From A Gateway Server Machine159................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Whether A Specific User Is Authenticated To Dce161................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About All Users Who Are Authenticated To Dce162................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Supplementary Manual

HP b2600 Supplementary Manual (108 pages)

Parts Removal and Replacement Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 30.84 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Notice7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals7................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History8................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace System Components9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Configurations10................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required11................................................................................................................................................................
Removing/replacing System Components12................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions12................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using The Procedures In This Chapter13................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel And Top Cover14................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Front Bezel And Top Cover15................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Memory Dimms16................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Memory Dimms18................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Cd Drive20................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Cd Drive24................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Pci Cage, I/o Card And Pci Backplane Board28................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Pci Cage, I/o Card And Pci Backplane Board33................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Hard Disk Drive(s)37................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Hard Disk Drive(s)38................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Liquid Crystal Display (lcd) Module40................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Liquid Crystal Display (lcd) Module41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Ac Or Dc Power Supply42................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Ac Or Dc Power Supply44................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board46................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board48................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Fan Modules51................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Fan Modules56................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Audio Card61................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Audio Card63................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your System For Desktop Or Rack-mount Use67................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your Desktop System To A Rack-mount System67................................................................................................................................................................
Converting Your Rack-mount System To A Desktop System70................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Statements71................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity72................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility73................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission (fcc)73................................................................................................................................................................
Vcci Statement For Class A Products74................................................................................................................................................................
Korea Rrl Statement For Class A Product74................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Class A Warning74................................................................................................................................................................
Optical And Acoustical Statements75................................................................................................................................................................
Visible Led Statement75................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Statement For A Class 1 Laser Product75................................................................................................................................................................
Regulation On Noise Declaration For Machines75................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Supply77................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Supply Considerations78................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Wires78................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Your Workstation78................................................................................................................................................................
Location For Your Dc Source And Workstation(s)78................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dc Power Supply79................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Dc Power Supply82................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace Dat Drives85................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dat Drive86................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Scsi Cable89................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Dat Drive91................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Scsi Cable94................................................................................................................................................................
Remove/replace Flexible Disk Drives97................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Flexible Disk Drive98................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Flexible Disk Drive103................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Administration Manual

HP b2600 Administration Manual (89 pages)

hp workstations - hp-ux 11.x graphics administration guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 4.03 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notice2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface7................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring X Windows On Hp-ux (hp Visualize Graphics Cards)11................................................................................................................................................................
Server Configuration13................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The X*screens Configuration File14................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax Guidelines14................................................................................................................................................................
The X*screens File Format14................................................................................................................................................................
X Server Configuration14................................................................................................................................................................
Server Options15................................................................................................................................................................
X*screens File15................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Entries16................................................................................................................................................................
Sample X*screens Files17................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Topics22................................................................................................................................................................
Double Buffer Extensions22................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Buffer Swaps On Vertical Blank22................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Swap Performance23................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Devices23................................................................................................................................................................
Display Power Management Signaling (dpms)23................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Memory Extension (mit_shm)24................................................................................................................................................................
Supported X Configurations25................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-display Support25................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-screen Support27................................................................................................................................................................
Single Logical Screen (sls)27................................................................................................................................................................
3d Acceleration And Single Logical Screen28................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Cde And Single Logical Screen28................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize- Fxe, Fx5 And Fx10 Device-dependent Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Visuals30................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Screen Options31................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe/5/10 Configuration Hints31................................................................................................................................................................
Overlay Visuals And Overlay Transparency31................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling The Glx Visuals31................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe/5/10 Colormaps32................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Monitor Type32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring X Windows On Hp-ux (other Graphics Cards)33................................................................................................................................................................
Using Sam To Configure X Windows35................................................................................................................................................................
Using Setmon To Configure The Monitor37................................................................................................................................................................
The Xf86config File38................................................................................................................................................................
The Xf86config File Format38................................................................................................................................................................
Serverlayout" Section39................................................................................................................................................................
Files" Section43................................................................................................................................................................
Module" Section45................................................................................................................................................................
Inputdevice" Section46................................................................................................................................................................
Screen" Section47................................................................................................................................................................
Display" Subsection49................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor" Section51................................................................................................................................................................
Device" Section52................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Xf86config File54................................................................................................................................................................
Extensions57................................................................................................................................................................
Double Buffer Extension (dbe)57................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Library Loading60................................................................................................................................................................
Features61................................................................................................................................................................
Cursor Scaling61................................................................................................................................................................
Glx Visual Suppression61................................................................................................................................................................
Visuals Suppression62................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Print Service (tps)63................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Frame Buffer (xvfb)63................................................................................................................................................................
Security63................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Network63................................................................................................................................................................
Granting Access63................................................................................................................................................................
Signals63................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The X Server From The Command Line64................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping Options From The Previous Hp X Server To The Current Hp X Server64................................................................................................................................................................
Defaultvisual Option64................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Monitor Power Save Level Option65................................................................................................................................................................
Noserverlogging65................................................................................................................................................................
Disableglxvisuals65................................................................................................................................................................
Hideduplicateglxvisuals66................................................................................................................................................................
Input Devices67................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboards67................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Keyboard Drivers67................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Keyboard Options67................................................................................................................................................................
Pointers67................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Pointer Drivers67................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Pointer Options67................................................................................................................................................................
Output Devices68................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Fire™ Gl-ux Device-dependent Information68................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Device Options68................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Monitor Configurations69................................................................................................................................................................
Ati Firegl™ X1/t2/x3 Device-dependent Information70................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Fire Gl-ux Configuration Hints74................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements77................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Compatibility Table77................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Compatibility77................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Matrix With Previous Releases77................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous78................................................................................................................................................................
Fonts78................................................................................................................................................................
Files79................................................................................................................................................................
Ati Firegl X1/t2/x3 Configuration Hints80................................................................................................................................................................
Colormaps80................................................................................................................................................................
Gamma Correction80................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Configuration Details82................................................................................................................................................................
Making An X*.hosts File83................................................................................................................................................................
Using An /etc/hosts File83................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The X Window System84................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Mouse And Keyboard84................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Mouse Button Actions84................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Modifier Key Bindings With Xmodmap85................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Key Remapping Expressions86................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 User Reference

HP b2600 User Reference (84 pages)

HP b2600: Reference Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.75 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual5................................................................................................................................................................
Printing History5................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide6................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions7................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Scr Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Scr13................................................................................................................................................................
Using Scr14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scr15................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Managed Nodes15................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Data Collection Schedule16................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Configuration Data On Demand17................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Data Collection Status18................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Configuration Information On A Node19................................................................................................................................................................
Tracking Configuration Changes With Scr20................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Node Differences21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tags To Simplify Node Management23................................................................................................................................................................
Using Filters25................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Filter Example26................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Filters28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Probe Filter29................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Uses Of Scr30................................................................................................................................................................
Inventory Tracking30................................................................................................................................................................
Change Management31................................................................................................................................................................
Disaster Recovery32................................................................................................................................................................
Scr Reference (man Pages)33................................................................................................................................................................
Scr (5)34................................................................................................................................................................
Scrconfig (1m)43................................................................................................................................................................
Scrdelete (1m)48................................................................................................................................................................
Scrdiff (1m)50................................................................................................................................................................
Scrfilter (1m)53................................................................................................................................................................
Scrhist (1m)64................................................................................................................................................................
Scrstatus (1m)66................................................................................................................................................................
Scrtag (1m)69................................................................................................................................................................
Scrupdate (1m)72................................................................................................................................................................
Scrviewer (1m)74................................................................................................................................................................
Scrlog_viewer (1m)77................................................................................................................................................................
Scr File Set83................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Supplementary Manual

HP b2600 Supplementary Manual (62 pages)

OpenGL Implementation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 2.62 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Opengl7................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
The Opengl Product9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp's Implementation Of Opengl9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp's Implementation Of The Opengl Libraries9................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Graphics Devices10................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems10................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Visuals11................................................................................................................................................................
Visual Support For Other Graphics Devices13................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Sharing Between Multiple Processes And Threads14................................................................................................................................................................
Sigchld And The Grm Daemon14................................................................................................................................................................
Threads Support14................................................................................................................................................................
Threads Support In November, 1999 11. Ace Release14................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Graphics Threads Support In June, 2000 11. Ace Opengl15................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation15................................................................................................................................................................
64-bit Programming15................................................................................................................................................................
Using Libgl In 64-bit Together With The +compat Linker Option16................................................................................................................................................................
Sls Support16................................................................................................................................................................
The Standard Opengl Product17................................................................................................................................................................
The Opengl Utilities Library (glu)17................................................................................................................................................................
Input And Output Routines17................................................................................................................................................................
The Opengl Extensions For The X Window System (glx)17................................................................................................................................................................
Mixing Of Opengl And Xlib19................................................................................................................................................................
Gamma Correction20................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Extensions21................................................................................................................................................................
Visibility Test Extensions21................................................................................................................................................................
Occlusion Extension21................................................................................................................................................................
Occlusion Culling Code Fragments21................................................................................................................................................................
Gl_hp_supersample Extension23................................................................................................................................................................
Rendering Details24................................................................................................................................................................
Default Visuals24................................................................................................................................................................
Exp And Exp2 Fogging24................................................................................................................................................................
Bow-tie Quadrilaterals24................................................................................................................................................................
Decomposition Of Concave Quadrilaterals25................................................................................................................................................................
Vertices Outside Of A Begin/end Pair25................................................................................................................................................................
Index Mode Dithering25................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Variables26................................................................................................................................................................
New Environment Variables As Of Release 1.0527................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Setup29................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Instructions31................................................................................................................................................................
Is Your System Software Preloaded With Instant Ignition31................................................................................................................................................................
Verify That Opengl Is On Your Workstation31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Opengl32................................................................................................................................................................
Install Opengl32................................................................................................................................................................
Check Log File32................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Product35................................................................................................................................................................
The Opengl File Structure36................................................................................................................................................................
Running Opengl Programs39................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Glx (vgl) Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Visual Support For The Vgl Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations40................................................................................................................................................................
Running Hp's Implementation Of The Opengl Stereo Application42................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling And Linking Programs45................................................................................................................................................................
Overview46................................................................................................................................................................
Including Header Files47................................................................................................................................................................
Linking Shared Libraries48................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling 32-bit And 64-bit Applications For Opengl49................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Procedure Calls50................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Hints51................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Correctness Hints53................................................................................................................................................................
4d Values53................................................................................................................................................................
Texture Coordinates53................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Performance Hints54................................................................................................................................................................
Display List Performance54................................................................................................................................................................
Geometric Primitives54................................................................................................................................................................
Gl_compile_and_execute Mode54................................................................................................................................................................
Draw Array Set Extensions55................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits Of Gldrawarraysethp55................................................................................................................................................................
Using Gldrawarraysethp55................................................................................................................................................................
Textures56................................................................................................................................................................
State Changes And Their Effects On Display Lists56................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Primitive Data57................................................................................................................................................................
Texture Downloading Performance58................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Performance58................................................................................................................................................................
State Change59................................................................................................................................................................
Optimization Of Lighting60................................................................................................................................................................
Occlusion Culling60................................................................................................................................................................
High Frame Rate Applications60................................................................................................................................................................
Rescaling Normals61................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Installation Manual

HP b2600 Installation Manual (42 pages)

hp workstation hp-ux - Visualize fx graphics card installation guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.46 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents9................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites11................................................................................................................................................................
Making Software And Device-specific Changes14................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration14................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations14................................................................................................................................................................
Higher Resolution 3d On Fxe (rev-b) Card15................................................................................................................................................................
Checklist For Making Software Changes16................................................................................................................................................................
General Hardware Installation Instructions18................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Graphics Slot Configurations20................................................................................................................................................................
B1000 And C3x00 Graphics Slots20................................................................................................................................................................
B2000 Graphics Slots21................................................................................................................................................................
J6x00 Graphics Slots21................................................................................................................................................................
J5x00 And J7000 Graphics Slots22................................................................................................................................................................
Fixing Common Installation Problems23................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Does Not Display23................................................................................................................................................................
System's X-server Or Cde Does Not Come Up24................................................................................................................................................................
Or Recognize The Graphics Card2424................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Timing25................................................................................................................................................................
1280 X1924 75 Hz Vesa26................................................................................................................................................................
1024 X768 75 Hz Vesa27................................................................................................................................................................
1280 X1024 60 Hz Digital Flat Panel28................................................................................................................................................................
1600 X1200 75 Hz Vesa29................................................................................................................................................................
1600 X 1024 76 Hz30................................................................................................................................................................
1920 X 1200 60 Hz31................................................................................................................................................................
1920 X 1080 68 Hz32................................................................................................................................................................
1280 X 1024 100 Hz Stereo In A Window33................................................................................................................................................................
1024 X 768 120 Hz Stereo In A Window34................................................................................................................................................................
1280 X 1024 85 Hz Vesa35................................................................................................................................................................
1280 X 1024 75 Hz Vesa36................................................................................................................................................................
1024 X 768 85 Hz Vesa37................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc40................................................................................................................................................................
Vcci41................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity42................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Release Note

HP b2600 Release Note (40 pages)

distributed file system  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 0.18 MB
Table of contents
Hp Dce/9000 Enhanced Dfs Version 3.01................................................................................................................................................................
Release Note1................................................................................................................................................................
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
What's In This Version9................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hp Dce/9000 Enhanced Dfs Version 3.010................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits11................................................................................................................................................................
Features12................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting Rpc Addresses12................................................................................................................................................................
Dce/dfs Tcl Configuration Functions14................................................................................................................................................................
Global Variables18................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Enterprise File System Admin Web20................................................................................................................................................................
Information About This Version21................................................................................................................................................................
Known Problems And Workarounds22................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Accessing Foreign Cell22................................................................................................................................................................
Fts Produces Core Dump22................................................................................................................................................................
Local Lfs Mount Not Supported22................................................................................................................................................................
Exporting Vxfs File System Not Supported22................................................................................................................................................................
Dcm Tool Not Supported22................................................................................................................................................................
Gds Required For X.500 Cell Name23................................................................................................................................................................
Udp/ip Required23................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp-ux Mkdir -p Command23................................................................................................................................................................
Visibility Of Global Cell Name Space23................................................................................................................................................................
New Version Of Kload Command Needed For Afs24................................................................................................................................................................
Dce Credentials Not Forwarded By Cde25................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Episode Aggregate And Fileset Sizes26................................................................................................................................................................
Clearcase Incompatibility26................................................................................................................................................................
Issues With Dfs As A Unix Filesystem26................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between 1.5.2 And 3.029................................................................................................................................................................
Important: System Name Change29................................................................................................................................................................
Software Availability In Native Languages29................................................................................................................................................................
Location Of Dfs Administration Tools29................................................................................................................................................................
Client Only Available29................................................................................................................................................................
Patches And Fixes In This Version30................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Information And Installation Requirements31................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite Software32................................................................................................................................................................
Patches Required33................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Login33................................................................................................................................................................
Vxfs As File System For Dfs Cache33................................................................................................................................................................
Patches Strongly Recommended34................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Space Requirements35................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Dfs 3.0 Interoperability36................................................................................................................................................................
Nis And Integrated Login Interoperability37................................................................................................................................................................
What Manuals Are Available For This Version39................................................................................................................................................................
Online Documentation For Enhanced Dfs 3.040................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Upgrade Instructions

HP b2600 Upgrade Instructions (35 pages)

Visualize C Class UNIX Workstations  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.61 MB
Table of contents
Getting Started3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Warnings4................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Part Kit Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools6................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Workstation8................................................................................................................................................................
Safely Powering Down The B Class And C Class Workstation9................................................................................................................................................................
Product Exploded Diagram10................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Your System11................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Side Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Power Supply16................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting The Cables22................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The System Board23................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Old System Board23................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The New System Board24................................................................................................................................................................
Reconnecting Cables25................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling The Power Supply30................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Left Side Panel32................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying System Operations33................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents35................................................................................................................................................................
HP b2600 Installation Manual

HP b2600 Installation Manual (6 pages)

HP b2600: Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.21 MB
HP b2600 Troubleshooting Manual

HP b2600 Troubleshooting Manual (6 pages)

Troubleshooting Guide for SCR+DMI: HP 9000 Computers  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.08 MB
HP b2600 Install Manual

HP b2600 Install Manual (5 pages)

HP b2600: Install Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.05 MB
HP b2600 Release Note

HP b2600 Release Note (4 pages)

OpenGL Release Notes of PA-RISC Based Systems  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.04 MB
HP b2600 Installation

HP b2600 Installation (1 page)

hp workstation b2600 installation poster (a6070-90001)  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.91 MB

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