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Re: [K12OSN] win4lin

Hello Ancor,

I tried Win4Lin NSSE 1.0 installed on K12LTSP v2.0, and SAMBA as a PDC.

It delivers MS Office / Publisher and 'Office' type apps without too
many problems. Claris Works Office 5.0 ran well.

I couldn't get sound, FDD or CDROM access on the terminals.

It doesn't run DOS VGA stuff, so some older apps would need to be
replaced. We had a very good DOS typing tutor program that used VGA

The deciding factor was the school administration program which was a
Windows App. that the majority of NZ schools uses.


On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 12:14, Terrell Prude', Jr. wrote:
> I would reconsider the idea that teachers are "completely Windows 
> dependent."  Here's a story that may change your mind:
>     http://k12ltsp.org/classroom.html
> It speaks to exactly that issue.  Here's another:
>     http://newsforge.com/newsforge/01/08/10/1441239.shtml?tid=23
> --TP
> Áncor González Sosa wrote:
> >I want to install a LTSP in the school where I work, but the teachers are
> >completely Windows dependent. I want to install Win4lin to make the transition
> >easier but I have some doubts. There is no evaluation version of win4lin so
> >I can't test some things and I have to ask somebody (you ;-) ).
> >
> >I want the terminals running exactly as they were Windows workstations, with
> >acess to the local drives (floppy and cd) and soundcard. I want to share
> >most of the Windows installation (with symlinks). Can I make it with a
> >Win4lin Workstation Edition in the LTSP server or do I need the Win4lin
> >Terminal Server (NSSE) and a licence to each LTSP node?
> >
> >Thanks
> >  
> >
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