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Sun Ray server software for Linux is a lab project and not available for
release. Questions over market for this.
WANRay (Sun Rays over routable WAN's with compressed protocol) is in a
similar position, but more likely to ship.

Cheers, W.

On Wed, 2003-04-02 at 21:19, Peter Mathiasson wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 01, 2003 at 02:09:23PM -0600,   wrote:
> > Sorry for sending to differents mailing lists but is
> > on-topic for both lists. And here it goes my question:
> > Does anyone know if I could use Linux under the Sun
> > Ray 1?  I have 12 and I want to use Linux for use the
> > Sun Ray's 1 as X terminals (I have no longer budget
> > for Sun maintenance), and I want to use an Intel
> > server... did someone do this or knows anything about
> > this issue? I know the Sun Ray is not a javastation so
> > it doesn't help the JS Howto.... Thank you for your time.
> According to Sun's personnel at CeBit Hannover 2003 Sun Ray server
> software should now be available for Linux. I'm skeptical, but their
> salesman told me.
> -- 
> Peter Mathiasson, peter at mathiasson dot nu, http://www.mathiasson.nu
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