On Wed, Jan 06, 2010 at 02:24:37PM +0000, Avi Greenbury wrote:
> Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > Thanks, Boyd, that was actually ver informative. As there is no room
> > for a second tower, I will see about modding the existing tower for
> > two motherboards. There actually is room, only the CPU cooling tubes
> > might be problematic
> Thin clients do come in very physically thin sizes - I've seen several
> that are about the size of a domestic router. The only manufacturer who
> supports Linux that I can think of at the minute is Wyse, but I know
> there are several more.
> Though this would be decidedly less fun than making X do what you
Two thin client vendors who contribute to LTSP software:
I'm pretty experienced w/ LTSP. If you have any questions, fire away.
Sound is usually straightforward on thin clients. Sometimes sound with
the non-free flash plugin is tricky, though.
By the way, if you have an old P2 or P3 laptop (or desktop), you can use
that as a thin client.
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