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Re: [K12OSN] Thinner version of LTSP



I was talking about "thinner" in relation to the network band"width"

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Liu" <satimis writeme com>
To: <k12osn redhat com>; "LTSP" <ltsp-discuss lists sourceforge net>
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 11:35 PM
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Thinner version of LTSP


> At 05:48 PM 2002/11/4 +1100, Amiel Heyde wrote:
> >Is there any other "thinner" version of LTSP?
> >Is someone ever going to make one?
>
>
> Hi Amiel,
>
> I am not quite clear of your posting.  Are you preparing to assemble a
> "thinner" client starting from motherboard board available on market or
> starting from electronic components?  If starting from motherboard there
> are many sources available on market including plastic/metal casing.
>
> If you are prepared to build a "thinner" client starting from electronic
> components, my personal opinion is that will be a hard way to go.
>
> About one year ago I have this idea to build thin clients starting from
> electronic components when I was involved in Balloon project.  Later I
gave
> up.  I have the complete production facilities here both electronic and
> mechanic machinery/equipment including PCB design and its production,
> program burner, component bonding machine, plastic injection mould design,
> plastic injection mould tooling and plastic case injection etc.  There
will
> be no sense to build a hundred thin clients starting from grass
> root.  Unless you have a quantity requirement exceeding 10K to warrant its
> production..  That is my observation from my experience in industry.  I
may
> be wrong.
>
> B.Regards
> Stephen Liu
>
>
> > From what I've been reading it seems as if a 10mb network wont be much
> > good for ltsp.
> >
> >Is this correct? is there a way of reducing the bandwidth required?
>
>
>
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