[K12OSN] Lists of thin clients.

Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Mon Mar 26 15:19:31 UTC 2007


in the cmos setup there is some config option there to put the boot to 
'int19' I believe it was...it was 2 years ago when I demo'd that 
unit..and it is still sitting behind me on a shelf. We went with the 
YesMini from affirmative.net because of the form-factor(being able to 
mount it to the back of an LCD panel was nice...keeps kids from poking 
around so much and the USB port sticks straight up so easy access for 
their USB drives.


Vince Callaway wrote:
> The neoware was not really a big issue.
> In my case I was trying to score a cheap workstation for a client.  I
> paid about $50 for the two of them with shipping.
> I did a some searching because the one that works had a password on the
> CMOS setup.  After some digging found it was factory set and is
> "DOGBITES" btw.  I found it in the archives of this list.  The message
> showed it in lower case, but it is actually upper case.
> The audio and usb is a non-issue.  This workstation replaces an old wyse
> dumb terminal in a warehouse.
> The other box does not network boot.  It does have a boot prom socket on
> the motherboard.  The neoware software and ltsp don't seem to like each
> other.  If I try to login I get a message about touchscreen not being
> supported.  I don't have time to dig into it now, but I'm sure I can
> work around it.
> Some time in the next couple of days I will work up info on these two
> boxes.  I now know what to look for to make sure I get one that pxe
> boots.
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