[K12OSN] question about windows control
hamedsuhli at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 13:23:11 UTC 2008
Linux workstation is sufficiently powerful, for managing 4Tear Bytes HDDs.
as an addition task, we want to use it to view other desktops (like vnc)
and rarely control, this is simple.
but the importance is for efficient voice chatting with other windows
it's good to have one solution like net support but it's windows.
Peter Scheie wrote:
> Like most things, it depends. If the Linux workstation is
> sufficiently powerful, you may be able to turn it into an LTSP server,
> and then use the Window boxes as thin clients. But if the primary
> task is doing voice chat, I don't think using thin clients for that
> will be easy (if even possible).
> Hamed alSuhli wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I have Ethernet Lan of a few windows desktops, and want to share that
>> desktops, and voice chat with single Linux workstation one at a time.
>> this Linux workstation used also as data backup archive for windows 2003
>> I want to control the win desktops from Linux not the reverse.
>> what is the suitable distro and application??
>> could LTSB work here.
>> best Regards.
>> Hamed alSuhli,
>> Semantic Arabic Encoding and Format TARMEEZ maintainer.
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