From: James Linder <jam@ti...> - 2012-12-05 00:15:35
On 04/12/2012, at 11:44 PM, ltsp-discuss-request@... wrote:
>>> It's also complicated to set up LDM in a non-LTSP environment unless you
>>> understand it well.
> Well I definitely don't understand it but when my current clients boot, PXE
> and LTSP deliver them a login screen, that's all. That doesn't seem too
> complicated to me but since there isn't anything out there yet to use these
> Android devices as thin clients it must be complicated or it would have
> been done.
Trust him, he is a doctor (that's a joke: info for non english speakers) It IS complicated
>> You might want to first try setting it up on a more
>>> conventional computer with your preferred operating system installed
>>> getting into installing it into a more unusual environment.
> I agree totally but I've been looking for Non-PXE alternatives to connect
> to the server but haven't found any. I have Ubuntu as the operating system
> on my laptop but I also change the bios and network boot to the server with
> it. So, it then has a totally different OS running than the one on its hard
> drive. One approach, then, may be to reboot an Android device and have it
> then load a new Linux kernel. That would make the client operate just like
> all other clients and would not be affected by any subsequent Android
How about every mac, every linux machine and easily on windows. (non PXE clients)
X -query server
and ming or extreem on windows