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    Thanks, Phil. I will give it a try. Is https a fundamental
    requirement for it to work properly?

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    Has anyone tried enabling http2 in jetty? Advantages?

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    @phildunlap Thanks, Phil. Please don't think I have ignored the advice. I have been involved with other aspects of setup for the last few days. I will attempt to apply your advice. I will keep you posted and greatly appreciate the input. As a note, every product I have used from infinite automation, software and hardware, is of the highest capability and quality and I am sure that my limited experience with the MangoES is the root cause. Stay tuned..

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    The new website looks great. Where do we request upgrade licenses and/or participation in the case study?

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    Unfortunately, I don't have the ability to change screens. I am installing the ES in place of an existing proprietary workstation. The screens are integrated into the facility manager's security and management center. Will hardware specs be forthcoming so I can try a few other options. Where is the resolution set during initialization?

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    Thanks for the fast response, Joel. I am getting "Input not valid" displayed. I am just trying to display the CLI. Currently, I am using terminal via putty to access the device. The monitor will respond to keystrokes by energizing but still no visual display.

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    I have a MangoES V3 installed and have full access to the Mango software via browser. It appears to function well. However, setting the static IP of the wlan and eth ports has proven frustrating and fruitless. In addition and more importantly, I can not scale the resolution correctly for my monitor connected to the HDMI port. I am currently using an ACER moniter (1366x768) with an hdmi-to-dvi cable. I have tried it with an hdmi-vga-adapter, as well, with no results.
    Can someone please post hardware specifics for this device so I can attempt to locate and use appropriate converters and drivers? I realize that this board is modeled after a Samsung architecture(Hardkernel odroid-xu3 board based on EXYNOS5422...) but without specs I am shooting in the dark.
    If you happen to know of a driver or interface device that would correctthe display problem please respond. The wlan and eth ports are of secondary concern. I am fully functional on a Linux Ubuntu box but I am just learning the Debian branch. Thanks for any advice and I apologize for the length of my post but it's necessary to achieve clarity.

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    Brad Boutwell

    Thanks for the fast response, Joel. Great product!

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    Hi. I am moving a customer from a desktop PC to a dedicated Linux box(Asus Chromebox with Ubuntu Server). How can I move the license files, as well? I have tried the update license links, yet my BACnet points license fails to become available limiting my access to these devices. Thanks, in advance, for the assistance.

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    Is it a BACnet IP device, BACnet MSTP,... BACnet etc..? If it's an ip device then just add a datasource and set the broadcast to 255.255.255.255 or more restrictive-10.1.255.255 then save it and send a WHO-IS request.



    Then just add the discovered devices/points.

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