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Re: [K12OSN] (no subject)



I haven't looked at it lately, but thinstation
http://thinstation.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/ThIndex is pretty
sweet when the server is down - I use it for failover/backup as an
rdesktop client.

Les Mikesell wrote:
> Sudev Barar wrote:
>> On 29/12/2007, Barry Cisna <brcisna 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.
> 


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