There is no need for a standalone system, especially if you are running several
terminals. Standalones are unnecessary admin. A popular solution to your
situation is to have a mid-range Linux Terminal Server, and a highend windows
Terminal Server. The users boot into X using LTSP, and then connect to Windows
2000 Terminal Services using rdesktop/tsclient/ica client etc.
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Quoting Julius Szelagiewicz <julius@...>:
> I am a bit confused. LTSP seems to be THE project you are looking
> for. edit /etc/dhcpd.conf to deal with ip and lts.conf to deal with *all*
> other aspects of workstation behavior. julius
> On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Adrian Snyman wrote:
> > I am needing to build a thin client for connecting to a Windows T/Server
> > We have gotten hold of a VIA EPIA Mini-ITX board, and are looking at
> > building a standalone system that boots into X, and has options then to
> > connect to an RDP Server (rdesktop) or Citrix (ICA Client)
> > So the apps aren't really a problem, but are there any projects out there
> > are doing things like an X based configurator (for X res, ip config) and
> > creating micro distributions ??
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Adrian Snyman
> > Tel: +27 11 397 1640
> > Cell +27 82 600 1211
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