[K12OSN] (no subject)

Les Mikesell les at futuresource.com
Sat Dec 29 19:23:55 UTC 2007

Sudev Barar wrote:
> On 29/12/2007, Barry Cisna <brcisna at eazylivin.net> wrote:
>> If I understand you correctly you are wanting to keep their '03sbs server
>> sitting as it is, and then implement the ltsp/k12ltsp along side of it,to
>> see if they *CAN* learn to like k12ltsp right? If that is the case you
> No. The two networks will be run in parallel but physically separate
> networks. Each will have a server controlling it k12 in one and sbs in
> other..
> Thanks for pointers in any case.

If the networks are connected on the external sides of the servers with 
appropriate routing you could run rdesktop from the k12ltsp side and 
connect to the sbs server and/or set up the dhcp on the windows side to 
boot from the k12ltsp server.  If that's not the case, you might add a 
low-powered k12ltsp installation just to boot clients on the windows 
side or for a proof-of-concept check boot a knoppix CD to load rdesktop. 
  There are some other boot-from-cd solutions but I haven't kept up with 
them. PXES seems to have sold out - Thinstation looks like it might 
still work and you could build something to go straight to rdesktop.

   Les Mikesell
    les at futuresource.com

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