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Thin clients don’t support Windows Server 2008 R2? Local browser on the thin client image out of date? Don’t want to spend hours deploying management software? Keeping software current on thin clients has always been a challenge. As most organizations … Continue reading
The School of Computer Science at the University of Windsor deployed their first network of diskless thin clients in August of 1987. Since then, the CS school has progressed through three operating systems, four thin client devices, and seven Sun … Continue reading
This video tutorial shows you how to install LTSP on CentOS 6. The CentOS 6 Live DVD image, downloaded on October 26, 2011 was used in creating this tutorial. It is recommended that your LTSP server has two network interfaces, … Continue reading
How To Setup a Linux Terminal Server The following video tutorials will teach you how to setup a Linux terminal server.
K12Linux a Fedora based Linux distribution for deploying thin clients has lacked support and development since the middle of 2009. Now, two years later, Warren Togami a major contributor to both Fedora and the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) is bringing thin … Continue reading
How To Install LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) is a step-by-step tutorial video for installing LTSP on the Ubuntu operating system. In the video tutorial below, LTSP standalone packages are installed on top of a pre-existing Edubuntu 10.04 installation.
Version 5.2 of LTSP has been released. With over 10 years of growth, the Linux Terminal Server Project continues to prove viability in open source software. Features PXE Boot and Connect to an Application Server Local and Remote Applications 3D … Continue reading
Do your discoveries, interests, or work revolve around cloud computing, low-resource computing, server-centric computing, thin clients, or virtualization? If so, chances are good you’ve heard of the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP). Started in 1999, LTSP was the driving force in … Continue reading