This page is about how I did setup my HP envizex. Unfortunately I do not own a envizex anymore. So if you have any question I probably won't be able to answer them.
First thing you want to do is to download the files. Following files are necessary:
Next thing to do is to execute the file install.gen.
$ chmod 755 install.gen $ ./install.gen
The install script will install all the files into the directory /usr/lib/X11/700X/. I selected all packages to be installed.
As the HP Envizex is just a X-Terminal you need to have a server where the boot image can be loaded from. This can either be done via NFS or TFTP. In the BIOS you can specify if you want to use BOOTP/DHCP. Or you supply the network configuration manually.
The NFS or TFTP server should run on any Unix. I used it only on Red Hat Linux 7.0. But it shouldn't matter what Unix as long as the client can read the boot image.
I used TFTP to transfer the boot image. In the /tftpboot directory you have to create a link to the directory where the envizex software resides.
$ cd /tftpboot $ ln -s /usr/lib/X11/700X 700X
To enable your tftpd (using red hat linux 7.*) just edit the file /etc/xinetd.d/tftp and change the line disable = yes to disable = no. Then just a /etc/init.d/xinetd reload and your TFTP server should be up and running.
As soon as the envizex has loaded its bootimage it will try to connect to the server using XDMCP.
On the linux side I changed the file /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf in the [xdmcp] section from Enable=0 to Enable=1.
Next step is to boot your now to the network connected envizex. When the terminal comes up, click on the Setup button.
Now click on Network and select General. You have to change the following settings:
That's about. At least that's what I had to do to get my envizex up and running.
This page is mainly a copy from http://www.ductape.net/~brianm/xterm/. That's where I found all the necessary files and instructions.
adrian - document last modified: 28-May-2003 11:32:56