Re: Workstation question...
"Henning Seljenes" <email@example.com> writes:
> Sorry this isn't exactly related to the topic of the mailing list, but the
> newbie lists are way to populated (400 in emails in rougly 2 days).
You should post there anyways. Posting off-topic makes people annoyed. If you
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> I have two
> computers I can set up for linux.... MY main computer (p3 700, geforce 2 MX,
> 186mb ram) and I have a differant Dell computer (500 Mhz Celeron, onboard vid
> card, ~64MB ram. I was curious if you would recommend putting debian/linux on
> my main or my other?
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Since we're talking about UNIX, the obvious answer is to network them, and then
remotely administer the Dell from your main computer via telnet/ssh, or through
a remote X session. If you want Windows on your main, there are many X servers
(which unfortunately aren't free), or you can look into VNC. You only need a
monitor and keyboard on your Dell for the installation process and setup.
After that, pretty much anything else can be done remotely.
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