We have a couple of p275 workstations with GXT6500P Graphics Adapter in our environment.When i connect a display cable from the dvi port in both workstation and monitor i am not getting any display.
I am getting display when i put a DVI to vga converter on the workstation side and a vga cable to monitor.Is there any limitation for p275 series workstation in giving Dvi output coz the same graphics adapter is used br p285 series which gives digital output.
Is there any setting which i can perform through smitty to fix this.I am using Aix 5.1
I did a fresh install of AIX 5.3 on my p275. I can now boot the system from the disk and login as root, but only from the directly attached graphics console (keyboard+LCD monitor). Over on the ASCII terminal, I see all messages up to and including "Completed NFS services" but the actual login:... (3 Replies)
I was having problems with the DVD-ROM drive not being recognized. I thought it was a configuration issue, but it appears to be a hardware problem. Now the system hangs at boot. This last time I tried it, it said:
At which point, it hangs. (1 Reply)
I will move sometime over the next few months and I cancelled my cable tv service a few weeks ago. I got some rabbit ears, but I really could only pick up a few channels and they were snowy. But I went to US government digital TV website and honestly said that my only source of tv signals was an... (1 Reply)
I have been asked to look into implementing digital signatures with emails sent from our Solaris servers to users. The emails would be sent from "application" accounts on the servers to users in the Windows world (exchange).
The only info I could find was a high level blurb (read by a CIO)... (1 Reply)
How can I turn off the attention led (amber led)??. My machine is a P275 with AIX 5.2.
Thanks for your time.
Reinaldo F. Dias
Unix Support Analyst
PLM & Engineering
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CDA - Compound Document Architecture
Digital's CDA architecture for compound documents is an open architecture that establishes a framework for the interchange of many types of
data in a multivendor environment. Utilizing CDA converters, compound revisable format data can be handled much the same as ASCII text.
With CDA converters, you can write applications that handle compound documents, regardless of the environment in which you or application
users are working.
CDA includes the Digital Document Interchange Format (DDIF), the Data Object Transport Syntax (DOTS), and the Digital Table Interchange
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The tools associated with CDA include the CDA Toolkit (libddif.a), the CDA Converter (the main converter is and the CDA Viewers. The CDA
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