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Re: [K12OSN] Scholastic Read 180 stumping me



There's an option to set the color depth for remote desktop connections.
On the command line, it would be -a 16 or -a 24 for the "better"
settings.

In the "Terminal Server Client" gui, it's on the "Display" tab.

Maybe the software is detecting this setting somehow.

-Rob

On Thu, May 17, 2007 at 03:44:16PM -0400, Tom Wolfe wrote:
> Hi folks,
> 
> Our school recently made the rash decision to purchase Scholastic's Read
> 180 Enterprise Edition. I figured, OK I can deal with this, the K12LTSP
> workstations can use rdesktop to access the Read 180 client as they do
> with Scholastic's SRI, etc.
> 
> But Scholastic seems to have outwitted me on this one: when logged on via
> Remote Desktop, I try to launch the Read 180 client and I get an error to
> the effect of "This system does not meet the requirement for video
> display". ^&*#^$&#!! Well that's ridiculous. I imagine that somehow Read
> 180 sees the Remote Desktop video as being inadequate. I contacted
> Scholastic and all they can say is "Remote Desktop is not one of the
> supported configurations for our Help Desk".
> 
> Anyone have any suggestions on how to outwit this thing? If I can't access
> Read 180 then it will be a serious blow to the viability of my linux labs,
> which number 5 right now and total 60 workstations, and growing.
> 
> Regards,
> Tom Wolfe
> 
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