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Re: [K12OSN] Need Help



Printing from the windows machines through the Linux server will be no
problem, as long as you're using a Linux-supported printer.  Most are,
but there are some exceptions.  Could you post the make and model
numbers?

Sizing the server will depend on how many thin clients you plan on
running, and I'm not sure of that number based on your description.
(Thin clients are the machines that will be booting over the network --
not using their local hard drive).

Where are you located?  There might be someone on this list who lives
nearby and would be willing to help out.

-Rob

On Sat, Jul 07, 2007 at 06:48:00AM -0600, Don Gould wrote:
> To anyone listening,
> 
> I am the Technology guy at a small christian school and I have been
> to to seminars.  I am ready to make the leap to K12osn.
> What I have :
> 
> 30 computers in the lab
> 24 stand alone
> 6 networked internet machines
> all are windows 98, 2000 or ME
> 9 printers 4 of which work
> 
> I need to get a server or build one.  But I need to know what I need
> in the server.  I nned to keep the win os for stand alone use.  But I
> will netwok all the machines for K12.  Will I be able to print my
> windows documents thru the server and do I also need win server
> software as well as K12? I will use the sever for the internet.  I
> plan to get one or two netwok printer to serve all my printing needs
> if that will work.  Feel free to answer all the question I dont even
> know I need to ask to get this started.  Thanks in advance for your
> help.
> 
> In desperate straights
> 
> Don Gould
> Hollandale Christian School
> 
> 
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