[K12OSN] Is This A Usable Thin Client For LTSP?
James P. Kinney III
jkinney at localnetsolutions.com
Sat Jun 2 17:22:20 UTC 2007
That system comes with a version of windows already installed.
A. Getting it off may not be possible
B. Getting a PXE boot capability may be impossible
C. Installing a Linux flash OS may not be possible
I would not recommend this device unless you just want to get one and do
some tinkering to convert it into an LTSP compatible device.
On Sat, 2007-06-02 at 11:36 -0400, Bob Hill wrote:
> Hello group,
> Would anyone care to comment on whether or not this thin client
> described below could work well for LTSP? I believe the system has a
> 32MB DOM. I am inexperienced with DOM's and thin client only
> machines. Could the etherboot script be placed there?
> Thanks for any comments.
> Bob Hill
> The Optoma ST320 is an easy way to deliver server based applications
> locally or remotely.
> No more Bios configuration problems, incorrect drivers or mechanical
> failures. Everything
> is ready to go straight out of the box.
> Thin Client terminals can be set-up with custom configurations, before
> they reach the end user.
> Once in place, the OptoViewTM Remote Management software ensures peak
> performance from
> your network configuration.*
> In fact this unit will plug right into your network and can be used as a
> web browsing terminal immediately!
> _Operating System_
> *Windows CE4.2 O/S & Integrated I.E. Browser Standard Package
> Supports RDP/ICA and Secure ICA w Thin Client Terminal
> w Universal Power Supply
> Remote Configuration and Management w PS/2 Mouse
> Image/BIOS Upgrade over FTP/TFTP w Quick Start Card
> *NS Geode GX-1 300/333MHz C.P.U.
> SDRAM (SO-DIMM) 64MB
> Flash Memory 32MB Keyboard Locales*
> *10/100 Base-T Fast EtherNet
> Wake-On-LAN Ready
> TCP/IP with DNS/WINS and DHCP
> Point-To-Point Protocol
> *VESA Monitor Support CRT/LCD
> Resolution 60 70 72 75 85
> 640x480 VGA
> 800x600 SVGA * * *
> 1024x768 XGA * * * *
> 1280x1024 SXGA * * * *
> *Microphone In
> Headphones Out
> Audio Out
> *_I/O Connectors_
> *One DC Jack for Power
> One RJ-45 for 10/100 Base-T EtherNet
> Two PS/2 for Mouse & KeyBoard
> One DB9 for Serial Port (115.2K Baud)
> One DB25 for Parallel Port (ECP/EPP)
> Three 3.5" Jacks for Audio
> One DB15 SVGA Connector
> Two USB 1.1 Ports*
> *Two NetWork Adapter Indicators
> (Connection Power & Tx/Rx)
> Power On Indicator
> *10W Maximum Power Consumption
> A/C Input 100-240V 50~60Hz
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James P. Kinney III
CEO & Director of Engineering
Local Net Solutions,LLC
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