I've had issues with x2go and cursor movement in terminals sessions. I've not tested if soubd and local usb will work. They do with the spice client. I was rather shocked demo'ing a spice setup through 2 vpn connection back to a win7 vm to hear sound events locally! A youtube video played flawlessly from that setup as well.
On Sat, Mar 28, 2015 at 7:36 AM, Jim Kinney <jim kinney gmail com> wrote:
> I've been working with the virtualization tool in centos and ovirt in
> particular. There are good reasons to look at it as a replacement for ltsp.
> It greatly separates the user environment and the spice client makes the
> remote session feel local.
> There's much work to be done to make it as good for school use as k12ltsp
> has been. There will still need to be a pxeboot setup and the base install
> on the clients will need to be modified to connect to a remote vm.
I've always thought that a pxe (or maybe even USB) boot into something
running an x2go client would be usable - maybe even better for laptops
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