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Re: RFE: More on mounting + a question about the "console" flag



Thanks! Ill look into it :)

man, 04.10.2004 kl. 20.59 skrev Richard June:
> [snip]
> > I like ESD... At least i did under OSS. Nowadays ALSA does the mixing,
> > so... But (having resently heard from another admin, an i agree)
> > multimedia (and removable storage) is really the only reason to avoid
> > thin clients - exept that, it rocks! (if i just could have quake 3 and
> > removable storage on a (purpose-built) thin client, my main box would
> > happen to be in the basement in less that 10 minutes - no noise, bootup
> > time=time for an LCD to start (less than one secound), little desktop
> > real estate used... ahh. Mac's new shiny litle toy: mwah hah hah luser!)
> Ok, as I manage some thin clients that have both local drive and local audio I 
> think I am qualified to respond  to this one. 
> You can get audio on a thin client. GNOME appears to pick up on the fact that 
> you're on a remote system and redirect audio automagicly.
> LTSP supports local drives as well. it's a little more complicated to setup. 
> but not horribly so. and it's getting better
> GLX is supported, but you're not going to be getting the proprietary NVIDIA or 
> ATi drivers installed without some trouble, but if you want quiet, you're 
> gonna be  going for older stuff anyway. here's a link to my website on all 
> things ltsp. give it a look before you go writing stuff off as impossible.
> 
> http://www.bravegnuworld.com/~rjune/ltsp/
> 


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