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Old 11-12-2010, 10:12 AM
"Jarkko Joensuu"
 
Default VS: Life after LTSP

How about fusion of both (perhaps on same media)? I think they are not
competitors. Both have it's own place.

--Jarkko


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[mailto:edubuntu-users-bounces@lists.ubuntu.com] Puolesta Asmo Koskinen
Lähetetty: 12. marraskuuta 2010 11:22
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Aihe: Re: Life after LTSP

09.11.2010 10:01, Odin Nøsen kirjoitti:

> Go DRBL! :-)

I have about 100 HP t5xxx 'real' thin clients. I have to stick with LTSP.

But I tested first(!) time DRBL after reading these messages. DRBL is
great for new powerful hardware, indeed.

Here is HP Mini 2133 as a 'Fat Client' for DRBL. Login is by OpenLDAP
('ltsp001').

http://www.arkki.info/howto/Wiki/DRBL/drbl.ogg

Odin - tell me. How did you build system of DRBL and LTSP in same network?
Some guidelines?

Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.

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Old 11-13-2010, 08:28 PM
"Jarkko Joensuu"
 
Default VS: Life after LTSP

Hi Asmo,


DRBL uses fat client. LTSP is capable both thin and fat. Which one you
have in ltsp test environment?

-- Jarkko


12.11.2010 18:07, Asmo Koskinen kirjoitti:

> So let's find out what DRBL or LTSP can do with it or with much more
> powerful machine like Duo Core Atom/ION. I can use this weekend and
> few days in next week for testing.

I have now both DRBL and LTSP setup. Both setup uses two NICs. NAT and
local user (passwd/NIS), LDAP works, too. /home is in application server,
but both uses NFS for /home.

So next I try some heavy mem/cpu/gpu programs that hardly work in pure
thin client environment.

Maybe truth is already out there... ;-)

http://www.osscc.org/2009/12/diskless-linux-gaming-terminal-using-drbl/

http://www.osscc.org/2010/06/what-are-the-differences-between-drbl-and-lts
p/

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