Jetways - nettop - media player
MMCD has a few Jetways nettop computers, which we use as media players for shows. Although they can be set to do other "jobs"
- operating system: Debian (Jessie)
- window manager: evilwm: For launching a terminal do Ctl+Alt+Return
- hostname: mmdc-tiny
- root passw: PietZwart
- user: student
- user passw: pzi
Is set to user student.
As SystemV is no longer in use in recent versions of Debian, and instead Systedmd is used /etc/inittab settings are no longer performed.
Instead this post indicated
/email@example.com/autologin.conf needed to be edited
if [ -z "$DISPLAY" ] && [ $(tty) = /dev/tty1 ]; then while true do startx -- sleep 10 done fi
run on startx
.xinitrc file to decide what applications/scripts will run when your window manager (x server) starts.
#!/bin/sh /home/student/bin/nosleep.sh & /home/student/bin/run-jackd.sh & #/home/student/bin/slideshow.sh & /home/student/bin/video-loop.sh & ## Scrensaver off exec xset s off exec xset -dpms #disable DMPS (every star) features exec xset s noblank
As media player software the Jetways use
Its audio output can be changed from analog audio out to HDMI audio out, by editing the mpv line in
mpv --fs --loop=inf --audio-device=jack --volume=25 $DIR # --audio-device=jack -- audio to analog audio output # --audio-device=alsa -- audio to HDMI audio output
Scripts: in /home/student/bin/
- slideshow - Artyom
HOW IS AUTO MOUNT DONE IN JETWAYS?
Config file: /etc/usbmount/usbmount.conf
FS_MOUNTOPTIONS="-fstype=vfat,flush,gid=plugdev,dmask=0007,fmask=0117" allows users in the plugdev group to write to mounted devices
missing network hardware
missing firmware rtl_nic/rtl18168d-1.fw