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Re: donated computers lab setup



Norm wrote:
Tim
Your project is the type of project more of us in the IT world should do. Too often people in IT are considered nerds and not part of the real world, if a a group we use our IT skills to help the disadvantaged and at the same time spread the use of Linux we can all feel we have done something to help society. I haven't tried an XT computer in a thin client configuration but I suspect that even those can find a use as thin clients in the right situation.

How can using an XT spread Linux? The kernel requires a 386 at least,
due to use of priviledge rings.

Mike
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