It's interesting. It seems that Mille-xterm in Quebec is about the same
kind of project as tcos in Spain. We should talk, because I think we
face the same kind of worries.
I was not aware of this tool. It seems pretty. I will give it a look. I
found the idea of a web interface really nice.
The problem I see with XMLRPC is that we will not be able to get real
time desktop sharing. Is that true? What about security, does anybody
can do a request for a desktop screen shot?
What about you, will you join on efforts for iTalc?
Thanks and have a nice day,
MarioDebian a écrit :
> On Dec 3, 2007 7:18 PM, Francis Giraldeau
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> There are many tools out there that does the same thing as iTalc. At the
>> Ubuntu Developer Summit last month, we settle to say that duplicating
>> efforts leads half functional tools.
>> We decided to concentrate our efforts to make iTalc the best desktop
>> management tool. Our goal is to make it work out of the box with
> Perhaps is too late but I have a compatible thin client (and
> standalone) control panel that do more things than iTALC
> It's made for my thin client project: TCOS  but can works in LTSP
> or installed computers.
> I have made right now some screenshots of new version in a real
> classrom in my university (23 old computers with TCOS)
> It uses an XMLRPC server (less network bandwitch than VNC) and GUI is
> made in python gtk2
> Old screenshots:
> I have a __very alpha__ release of this app in web mode (PHP + AJAX)
> user: admin
> pass: admin
> Go to preferences tab and put:
> user: root
> pass: root
> Go to Main tab and press "Reload host list"
> PD.- I was in Sevilla in May showing this project to some Ubuntu/LTSP
>  http://www.tcosproject.org
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