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Re: [K12OSN] ltsp as video-wall ?



I have never heard of a LTSP being used for this.
You might want to check out VWLib
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The Video Wall Library defines its own very simple graphic interface based on the concepts of
virtual frame buffers and walls. VWLib allows the user to work with 24-bit color images,
automatically performing spatial, resolution, and color-depth mappings. The interface is reasonably
fast, but is designed for ease of use: VWLib even supports mapping PPM image files so that
unmodified other programs can be used to generate "live" visualizations on a wall by simply writing
to PPM files. Unlike other video wall systems, there are no inherent scaling constraints; VWLib can
be used for any number of machines and displays, with arbitrary positioning, color depth, and
resolution for each display.
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http://aggregate.org/VWLib/

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lutfullah Kakakhel" <lutfullah upesh edu>
To: <k12osn redhat com>
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2002 9:27 AM
Subject: [K12OSN] ltsp as video-wall ?


> Hi All,
>
> This may not be a question which belong here but since most of the ltsp experts are around, I am
posting it on this list. Is it possible to configure the ltsp server to use all terminals as one big
screen?
>
> LK
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