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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP for 200 clients

I was talking yesterday to someone who works on LTSP (not K12,) and he mentioned something
"useless" where non-thin clients get all of their programs from the server, but then run
those programs locally.  I don't remember what the name of that project was, but you could
check with the people on the LTSP list, or maybe someone here knows.  This sounds like it
might be a good idea for you, because it would not waste the power of the desktops, but
still give you central administration.

On Fri, 24 May 2002 20:04:10 +1000
John Simovic <yngwie telpacific com au> wrote:

> Will 2 dual Pentium III 933's with 2 gig RAM and 72 gig HD space cut it
> to supply 200 clients thin linux? The desktops are powerful and all have
> 192 MB Ram at least. The machines could run X windows on their own but I
> am thinking administration
> Regards from Asutralia
> John
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