I've been on this board since the ePods was first hacked and was lucky enough to get one of the first set - thanks for everyone's help with the hack. I'm now running XP Professional and finally have my 802.11b card working perfectly. Although I review this board almost daily (multiple times a day a year ago) I have not found a unifying thread on runnning Remote Desktop in WinXP. I understand the 256 color limitation and that isn't a problem - can any gurus out there give me a hand? Thanks in advance.
Well I will reply to my own post one last time - an XP(RC2) rebuild and a reimport of the 2.04 hacked reg was all it too to get my cheap Dell 4800 802.11b card working. Terminal Services was just as easy - it really makes the ePods functional. I could even watch the VGA overlay from the PVR (Tivo-like) card on my PC. Sure - no audio and no 16 bit color, but still a massive improvement over a non-wirelessly networked ePod. The developer of Nydiot says that he may have a version of his resolution expanding utility available for the ePods soon (http://www.nyditot.com). In a perfect work, that would allow an 800x600 desktop to appear on the ePods.
I'm using the IOMagic PVR Card ($30 at CompUSA) and the CyberLink Software that came with it. If Citrix is signifficantly faster (even at 16-bit color) and the sound can be mapped through - it would actually be a fully-functional portable TV. I'm happy with just having everything working right now but would really be interested in seeing a 16-bit color CE Client for Terminal Services.
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