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Various connection options are available, but the defaults usually work well. If the remote computer has been configured properly, you should see a Photon login prompt, at which point you’re connected and running Photon. Using snapshot or PgReadScreen Phindows supports taking screenshots with the snapshot utility, or any other application that calls PgReadScreen. Using predefined Photon services The -s command-line option simplifies the task of creating shortcuts to Photon applications within the Windows desktop. The phrelay utility supports remote user interface clients on other nodes. Another way to connect to the target is as follows:.
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Connecting to a remote Photon session Suppose you need to look at a Photon application running on some QNX machine other than the one with qmx modem you’re connecting to.
If you request a serial connection, you must specify the COM port e. If you check Connect to Existing Photon Session and select Listyou’ll be prompted with a list of existing sessions on the target machine. If you don’t specify a baud rate, Phindows uses the current Windows default settings.
Phindows uses command line options to define user settings and configuration options. This mode of operation is best in most situations, but at very slow connection speeds phibdows can improve performance by configuring Phindows to use local Windows fonts.
This command causes Phindows to drop out of text-terminal mode and begin acting as a Photon graphical terminal.
Connecting to a remote Photon session
The phrelay utility makes very extensive use of data caching techniques to minimize the amount of data that needs to be transmitted from the host to the client machine. With proper specification of the remote Window Manager options, it’s possible to make that Photon application look like it’s a native MS-Windows application. Photon passes these tags along with the data objects as they flow through the Photon event space. Both Phindows and phditto allow a user to connect to an existing Photon session, which displays the contents of the Photon session on the remote client’s screen.
If a matching service is found, then phrelay launches the specified Photon command instead of the default Photon desktop.
Getting started with Phindows. The remote phindows or phditto client phindowws then fully connected to a local Photon session.
The phrelay utility supports encrypted connections with Phindows versions 3. This chapter describes how to get started using Phindows. When you specify a modem using the -m option to phditto or phindowsthe remote client first acts as a simple text terminal emulator so you can interact with the modem, dial up a remote QNX machine, and log in.
Phindows is a connectivity tool that lets you use Microsoft Windows platforms to connect to and interact with graphical Photon applications running on a remote Neutrino computer. The phrelay utility supports remote user interface clients on other nodes.
Getting started with Phindows
Data-compression options Phindows uses data compression to compress the data that is sent from host computer to QNX target. Each line of the file has this format:. Enabling offscreen context support The phimdows mode of Dittoing someone else’s Photon session specifying -n is to have a single cursor that can be controlled by either the local or remote user.
Another way to connect to the target is as follows:. The -s command-line option of phditto and phindows is provided to simplify the task of creating shortcuts to Photon applications within the MS-Windows desktop.
By specifying a userid with the -U option, you can avoid this login dialog. The end result is that Photon graphics drivers such as phrelay almost always have available a small, unique, precalculated tag to identify the larger Photon graphical objects. For Phindows connections that specify a service -sa user ID can also be specified using -U. phiindows
The phrelay utility processes requests for service according to the contents of a configuration file. You can use the command line options to control settings such as connection speed, window size and look and feel, and sharing options.
Data-caching options Phindows makes very extensive use of data caching techniques to minimize the amount of data that needs to be transmiDatacachingtted from the host to the client machine.
Phindows — User’s Guide
You can use phrelay to connect a machine running phindows on Windows or phditto on Neutrino to a Neutrino self-hosted development machine acting as a target via the machines’ serial ports.
If no userid is given, and the phrelay service doesn’t specify a default userid, phindws Photon pops up the QNX Photon Login dialog requesting the QNX userid before proceeding.
These saved settings become the defaults for all future Phindows sessions. Thanks to this intensive data caching, Phindows is usable even on modem-link speeds as low as baud. The remote client synchronizes with phrelay and starts to function as a Photon graphics terminal.