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[K12OSN] XPde and K12LTSP

I am quite puzzled as to how I am going to continue. I am setting up K12LTSP with a Samba Server, and I will be using Winbind to allow users to use their NT Usernames and Passwords instead of having to set up serperate Linux ones. I am however wondering how I could use XPde with this setup, I want to make the Linux Boxes look as much like the NT boxes as possible. However the instructions for setting up XPde (www.xpde.com) state that it should be set up as the user that is going to install it. I am wondering if there is a way I can do this, given that I have nearly 1000 users that will be accessing the system at some point. I honestly dont want to have to log in to every account, install it, configure it and log out. It would also be nice to have some form of distributed management for XPde, has anyone had any experience with
Kylix OE?


From: Hans Ekbrand <hans sociologi cjb net>
Reply-To: k12osn redhat com
To: k12osn redhat com
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Making it look similar
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 16:37:02 +0100

On Fri, Nov 29, 2002 at 02:49:06PM -0800, Utsav Pardasani wrote:
> > icewm and qvwm are problaby the window-managers you will find most like win9x,
> > but kde 2.2 can also be made to look like win9x, at least the
> > window-decorations.
> I've tried both icewm and qvwm, but they lack good filemanagers.

Since then started window-managers to manage files?

You have a strange view of what a window-manager is.

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