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HP j6700 Reference Manual

HP j6700 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 j6700 Administration Manual

HP j6700 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 Thi Document?8................................................................................................................................................................
D Ocument C Onventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1: Pathnames10................................................................................................................................................................
U Sing " Whence10................................................................................................................................................................
Using "find"10................................................................................................................................................................
S Tarbase11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-phigs12................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2: Compiling Your Application14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling With Shared Libraries14................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling With Archive Libraries14................................................................................................................................................................
C Ompiling Hp-phigs A Pplications15................................................................................................................................................................
D Evice D River L Ibraries17................................................................................................................................................................
C Ompiling Hp Pex A Pplications21................................................................................................................................................................
C Ompiling O Pen Gl A Pplications21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3: X Windows: Hp-ux 10.2022................................................................................................................................................................
X*screens File23................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The X*screens Configuration File23................................................................................................................................................................
The X*screens File Format23................................................................................................................................................................
Server Options24................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Entries24................................................................................................................................................................
Sample X*screens Files25................................................................................................................................................................
M Iscellaneous T Opics30................................................................................................................................................................
Double Buffer Extension (dbe)30................................................................................................................................................................
Display Power Management Signaling (dpms)31................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Center Color41................................................................................................................................................................
Image Text Via Bitmap42................................................................................................................................................................
Obsolete Environment Variables42................................................................................................................................................................
Special Device Files42................................................................................................................................................................
S Upported X C Onfigurations43................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-display Support43................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-screen Support45................................................................................................................................................................
Single Logical Screen (sls)45................................................................................................................................................................
Distributed Single Logical Screen (sls/d)48................................................................................................................................................................
I Ntegrated C Olor G Raphics D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation51................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Visuals51................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Screen Options51................................................................................................................................................................
Colormaps And Colormap Management51................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Hp Color Recovery Technology Via Xlib52................................................................................................................................................................
I Nternal C Olor G Raphics , I Nternal G Rayscale G Raphics , Crx, Grx, And D Ual -crx D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation54................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-24[z] D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation55................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-24[z] Transparent Overlay Visuals55................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-48z D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation56................................................................................................................................................................
Crx-48z Transparent Overlay Visuals56................................................................................................................................................................
Hcrx And Hp Visualize D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-eg Modes59................................................................................................................................................................
Hcrx Configuration Hints60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fx Configuration Hints70................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe, Fx5 And Fx10 D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation73................................................................................................................................................................
Disable 12 Bit Direct Color Visual73................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Visualize-fxe/5/10 Configuration Hints74................................................................................................................................................................
Freedom Series Graphics Device-dependent Information75................................................................................................................................................................
Vrx D Evice -d Ependent I Nformation77................................................................................................................................................................
Vrx Device Files77................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4: X Windows Configuration Details79................................................................................................................................................................
Making An X*.host File79................................................................................................................................................................
X0.hosts And X0screens Relation79................................................................................................................................................................
Using An /etc/hosts File80................................................................................................................................................................
How The X Server Chooses The Default Keyboard And Pointer80................................................................................................................................................................
X*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................................................................................................................................................................
I Nitializing The C Olormap With Xinitcolormap87................................................................................................................................................................
C Ustomizing The M Ouse And K Eyboard88................................................................................................................................................................
Going Mouseless With The X*pointerkeys File89................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing Keyboard Input97................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Key Remapping Expressions98................................................................................................................................................................
U Sing The K Eyboards100................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Keyboards100................................................................................................................................................................
Default Keyboard Mapping101................................................................................................................................................................
Equivalent Keys101................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Key Mapping101................................................................................................................................................................
C Ompatibility C Onsiderations103................................................................................................................................................................
D G Raphics P Erformance104................................................................................................................................................................
Texture Mapping105................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Pex Graphics Performance106................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-phigs Graphics Performance109................................................................................................................................................................
General Information115................................................................................................................................................................
Sigalrm Details116................................................................................................................................................................
Sigchld And The Grm Daemon117................................................................................................................................................................
Sigchld And The Starbase Input Daemon118................................................................................................................................................................
Sigpipe Details118................................................................................................................................................................
G Amma C Orrection118................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
R Eference D Ocumentation125................................................................................................................................................................
S Ynopsis126................................................................................................................................................................
D Escription126................................................................................................................................................................
Display Name128................................................................................................................................................................
A Ccess C Ontrol129................................................................................................................................................................
W Indow M Anagers131................................................................................................................................................................
Font Name131................................................................................................................................................................
Color Name133................................................................................................................................................................
K Eyboards135................................................................................................................................................................
O Ptions136................................................................................................................................................................
R Esources137................................................................................................................................................................
E Xamples141................................................................................................................................................................
D Iagnostics141................................................................................................................................................................
C Opyright142................................................................................................................................................................
T Rademarks142................................................................................................................................................................
A Uthors142................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B: X Server Reference143................................................................................................................................................................
Name143................................................................................................................................................................
Running From Init151................................................................................................................................................................
G Ranting A Ccess151................................................................................................................................................................
S Ignals152................................................................................................................................................................
Font-153................................................................................................................................................................
File154................................................................................................................................................................
Note154................................................................................................................................................................
Origin154................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C: Low Bandwidth X Proxy156................................................................................................................................................................
Atom Control159................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D: Rx Netscape Navigator Plug-in160................................................................................................................................................................
I Nstallation160................................................................................................................................................................
E Nvironment162................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix E: Proxy Manager Service163................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Manager Config File164................................................................................................................................................................
E Xample165................................................................................................................................................................
P Roxy M Anager D Etails165................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix F: Locate Proxy Services167................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix G: Rx Helper Program169................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Service Handbook

HP j6700 Service Handbook (152 pages)

hp workstation J6700 service handbook  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 10.3 MB
Table of contents
Service Handbook1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description10................................................................................................................................................................
Net Dimensions And Weights10................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features12................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Components14................................................................................................................................................................
Power Switch14................................................................................................................................................................
Thumbscrew On The Front Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
System Lcd15................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Storage Devices16................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Components23................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors On The Rear Panel24................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Components27................................................................................................................................................................
Monitors29................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard29................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse29................................................................................................................................................................
Site Preparation And Installation29................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Configurations32................................................................................................................................................................
Field Replaceable Unit (fru) Configurations32................................................................................................................................................................
Memory33................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Cards34................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting35................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Troubleshooting36................................................................................................................................................................
Flowcharts For Troubleshooting36................................................................................................................................................................
Dealing With A Boot Failure41................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations41................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For Bootable Media42................................................................................................................................................................
Stable Storage42................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Command Notations42................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Boot Paths43................................................................................................................................................................
Intermediate System Loader (isl) Environment43................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Lcd-indicated Conditions44................................................................................................................................................................
Selftest Failures44................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Failures45................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Codes46................................................................................................................................................................
Running System Verification Tests69................................................................................................................................................................
Running Ode-based Diagnostics70................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Board Leds For Troubleshooting71................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting The Led Information71................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting With System Board Leds73................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required79................................................................................................................................................................
Exploded View Diagram80................................................................................................................................................................
Exchange And Nonexchange Part Numbers81................................................................................................................................................................
Fru Removal And Replacement84................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions84................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite Steps For All Removal And Replacement Procedures85................................................................................................................................................................
Front Bezel And Top Cover86................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Cd Rom Drive91................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply92................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Cage94................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker95................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board96................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board98................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Real-time Clock99................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Handler101................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Handler Features103................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Boot Console Handler104................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Console Menus105................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Workstation109................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Workstation112................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting Paths113................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting The Monitor Type115................................................................................................................................................................
The Monitor Command115................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Monitor Configuration116................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Monitor Type116................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Monitor Type At Power On118................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Monitor Problems119................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Console To An External Terminal119................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Memory Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Status Of The I/o Slots122................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Auto Boot And Auto Search Flags123................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting The Security Mode124................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Setting Fastboot Mode125................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Lan Station Address126................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Information127................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Pim Information127................................................................................................................................................................
Using Remote Power-on128................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Hint For An Unresponsive Rpc129................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Fan Speed130................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount Fan Speed130................................................................................................................................................................
Desk-side Fan Speed130................................................................................................................................................................
Initial System Loader (isl) Environment132................................................................................................................................................................
Invoking Isl From The Boot Console Handler132................................................................................................................................................................
Isl User Commands133................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram135................................................................................................................................................................
System Board And Pci Board136................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications138................................................................................................................................................................
Altitude138................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Magnetic Field Interference138................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Interference (emi)138................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge138................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature138................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity (non-condensing)138................................................................................................................................................................
Leakage Current138................................................................................................................................................................
Shock139................................................................................................................................................................
Vibration139................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Specifications140................................................................................................................................................................
Input Power140................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Connections141................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix Overview142................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Bus Differences143................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Restrictions144................................................................................................................................................................
Cables144................................................................................................................................................................
Terminators144................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Configuration Constraints145................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Bus Length Constraints146................................................................................................................................................................
Se Scsi Bus Length146................................................................................................................................................................
Lvd Scsi Bus Length146................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Scsi Device Ids147................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning External Scsi Device Ids148................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Internal Scsi Device Ids148................................................................................................................................................................
How To Connect An Se Scsi Device149................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation151................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation152................................................................................................................................................................
Site Preparation Guide152................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Poster And Getting Started Guide152................................................................................................................................................................
Parts And Replacement Guide And Technical Reference152................................................................................................................................................................

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HP j6700 User Reference

HP j6700 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................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Scrdelete (1m)48................................................................................................................................................................
Scrdiff (1m)50................................................................................................................................................................
Scrhist (1m)64................................................................................................................................................................
Scrstatus (1m)66................................................................................................................................................................
Scrtag (1m)69................................................................................................................................................................
Scrupdate (1m)72................................................................................................................................................................
Scrviewer (1m)74................................................................................................................................................................
Scrlog_viewer (1m)77................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Getting Started Manual

HP j6700 Getting Started Manual (82 pages)

HP j6700: Quick Start  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.96 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Regulatory Statements13................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Notice14................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals14................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History15................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Conventions16................................................................................................................................................................
System Overview17................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware System Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Overview21................................................................................................................................................................
Your Workstation's Front Panel Controls22................................................................................................................................................................
System Lcd22................................................................................................................................................................
System Power Switch23................................................................................................................................................................
Your Workstation's Rear Panel Connectors24................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Connectors25................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connectors25................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232c Serial Input/output Connector26................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-mode Scsi Connector26................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Connector26................................................................................................................................................................
Memory27................................................................................................................................................................
Monitors29................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Connectors30................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Mouse30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Hub For Usb Devices30................................................................................................................................................................
The Hot-plug Process31................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Failed Disk Drive31................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-plug Example32................................................................................................................................................................
The Hot-plug Procedure34................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Conversion Process37................................................................................................................................................................
Desk-side To Rack-mount Conversion37................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount To Desk-side Conversion37................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Characteristics38................................................................................................................................................................
Information You Need To Record41................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up Your System43................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Power44................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation46................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your Cd Drive47................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting And Unmounting A Cd47................................................................................................................................................................
Unmounting A Cd Using Sam50................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Cd Drive Operation52................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cd Driver52................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Your System55................................................................................................................................................................
Opening Your Workstation57................................................................................................................................................................
Common Problems And Solutions59................................................................................................................................................................
Dealing With A Boot Failure62................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Failures64................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Lcd For Troubleshooting65................................................................................................................................................................
Lcd Dimm Failure Message66................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Board Leds For Troubleshooting67................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting The Led Information68................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting With System Board Leds70................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Monitor Problems72................................................................................................................................................................
Running System Verification Tests73................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Statements75................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity76................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility77................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission (fcc)77................................................................................................................................................................
Vcci Statement For Class A Products78................................................................................................................................................................
Korea Rrl Statement For Class A Product78................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Class A Warning78................................................................................................................................................................
Optical And Acoustical Statements79................................................................................................................................................................
Visible Led Statement79................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Statement For A Class 1 Laser Product79................................................................................................................................................................
Regulation On Noise Declaration For Machines79................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Supplementary Manual

HP j6700 Supplementary Manual (62 pages)

OpenGL Implementation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 2.62 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
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 Quadrilaterals24................................................................................................................................................................
Vertices Outside Of A Begin/end Pair25................................................................................................................................................................
Index Mode Dithering25................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Variables26................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Instructions31................................................................................................................................................................
Is Your System Software Preloaded With Instant Ignition31................................................................................................................................................................
Verify That Opengl Is On Your Workstation31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Opengl32................................................................................................................................................................
Install Opengl32................................................................................................................................................................
Check Log File34................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Product35................................................................................................................................................................
The Opengl File Structure36................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Glx (vgl) Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Visual Support For The Vgl Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations40................................................................................................................................................................
Running Hp's Implementation Of The Opengl Stereo Application42................................................................................................................................................................
Overview46................................................................................................................................................................
Including Header Files47................................................................................................................................................................
Linking Shared Libraries48................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling 32-bit And 64-bit Applications For Opengl49................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Procedure Calls50................................................................................................................................................................
Opengl Correctness Hints53................................................................................................................................................................
D 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 j6700 Release Note

HP j6700 Release Note (40 pages)

distributed file system  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 0.18 MB
Table of contents
Legal Notices2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
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 j6700 Upgrade Instructions

HP j6700 Upgrade Instructions (31 pages)

Visualize J Class UNIX Workstations  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 11.09 MB
Table of contents
Getting Started3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Warnings4................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Part Kit Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools6................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Workstation7................................................................................................................................................................
Safely Powering Down The J Class Workstation8................................................................................................................................................................
Product Exploded Diagram9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview12................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply20................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Cage22................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board26................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying System Operations30................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents31................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Upgrade Instructions

HP j6700 Upgrade Instructions (27 pages)

UNIX Workstations  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 7.29 MB
Table of contents
Getting Started3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Warnings3................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Part Kit Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools4................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Workstation5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Exploded Diagram7................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Bezel And Top Cover10................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Lcd Panel13................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Cd Rom Drive15................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply17................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Cage19................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board21................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board23................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying System Operations25................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents27................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Installation Manual

HP j6700 Installation Manual (9 pages)

Fire GL-UX Graphics Card And Software  
Brand: HP | Category: Video Card | Size: 0.34 MB
Table of contents
System Prerequisites1................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Support2................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Hardware Warranty8................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity9................................................................................................................................................................
HP j6700 Troubleshooting Manual

HP j6700 Troubleshooting Manual (6 pages)

Troubleshooting Guide for SCR+DMI: HP 9000 Computers  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.08 MB
HP j6700 Install Manual

HP j6700 Install Manual (5 pages)

HP b2600: Install Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.05 MB
HP j6700 Release Note

HP j6700 Release Note (4 pages)

OpenGL Release Notes of PA-RISC Based Systems  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.04 MB
HP j6700 Datasheet

HP j6700 Datasheet (2 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Workstation Data Sheet  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.05 MB
HP j6700 Install Manual

HP j6700 Install Manual (1 page)

HP j6700: Install Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 0.07 MB

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