[K12OSN] K12LTSP references in Spanish

"Terrell Prudé, Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sat Sep 11 04:19:33 UTC 2004

Found it.  Here's the link.  It's in ingles, but it's well worth 
reading, and the guy did indeed use LTSP.


BTW, that looked like italiano that you were writing below.  :-)


norbert wrote:

> Hi Terrell,
> Yes the info would be very useful & it is here in the Americas. 
> Although I can't give out too many details a large refurbishing 
> computer company has been providing systems to communities in need but 
> the license cost of M$ has become excessive & they need an 
> alternative. I proposed using Linux but they know very little about it 
> hence the request for reference installs & Spanish deployments.
> Mi habla une poco espagnole .... but not enough to write up something ;-)
> thanks
> norbert
> microman at cmosnetworks.com wrote:
>> norbert wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> We're looking at setting up schools in a Spanish  community with 
>>> K12ltsp systems, but they would like both documentation and 
>>> referrals of other like Spanish installations. They don't want to be 
>>> the first !!
>>> Any assistance in this would be greatly appreciated.
>>> thks
>>> norbert
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>> I don't know of any K12LTSP documentation in Spanish, but I do recall 
>> reading on NewsForge a month or two ago about someone who did X11 
>> thin clients in Central America using, I believe, LTSP.  He was down 
>> in Nicaragua and used SuSE Linux, since 1.) he was most familiar with 
>> that distro, and 2.) his employer wanted to use SuSE.  If you think 
>> it'll help, I'll see if I can dig up that article.
>> Is this a Spanish (i. e. in Spain) community or is it here in the 
>> Americas?  Just curious.
>> --TP

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