Re: lessdisks as a workstation
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On 03-11-2004 00:06, Vagrant Cascadian wrote:
>>>if you can get it to work for a conventional debian workstation, it's
>>>likely able to work with lessdisks, many things without alteration.
>>I believe you meant "Skolelinux" above.
> no... i was talking about using lessdisks as a workstation, running all
> apps locally (using the diskless terminal's CPU, RAM, etc...), i've seen
> the concept termed as a "half-thick client".
> in theory, you would have to make very few, if any, modifications to the
> lessdisks configuration to get, say, openoffice to run on a lessdisks
Ok - sorry!
(I thought you were talking about wether or not using lessdisks with
Skolelinux would be a problem)
In that case, I'd even correct it from "many things" to "most things" :-)
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