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Re: [K12OSN] Re: [Ltsp-discuss] Query unsovled



If you have a modem on the server you can use minicom on the server as a
terminal application like Telix for the PC.  That might be what you are
looking for.

Josh

On Thu, 26 Dec 2002, Henning Petersen Wangerin wrote:

> On Tue, 24 Dec 2002 14:09:25 -0500, you wrote:
>
> > Dinesh,
> >    I do not know how you would enable the modems on the client to be used
> > with LTSP. I would be infinitely easier to install the modem(s) in the
> > server and have the clients access the Net that way.
>
> One thing I'm missing in this discussion is the ability to access
> _other_ thing as the net through a modem?? A modem can be used for
> other things as internet access.
>
> I have some some remote-control-equipment that I'd like to be able to
> use under a ltsp-client.
>
> Right now I have access to it from my personal workstation, but would
> like to give some of my users the ability to move the controler to
> their (ltsp-)ws and work with it, but there is the problem again -
> haow do I get acces to the serial port on the client?
>
> >   Remember that when using the workstations as thin clients everything
> > (more or less) is happening on the server. While I am sure that it
>
> I've been thinging of making a setup with the app as a local app, but
> most of my ws are very small (Pentium 166 as the max) so I don't think
> that's a good idea ;-)
>
>
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