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Re: [K12OSN] Anyone familiar with these thin client soutions



The Revolution Linux thin client is a DevonIT device, I think.  I purchased 20 of them this past summer for our new lab.  I use them with a Windows 2008 thin client network, and a K12ltsp server.  They work quite well for 150$.  I have had to send a couple back for defects, and have had to re-flash others because of OS problems.  The Thinmanage software that you can use to remotely control them goes through vmware and runs Ubuntu with a light desktop.  It has had flaws but the latest version seems to work.  It is hand to remotely shut them on and off, as well as update and clone.  I would recommend them.  

>>> Robert Arkiletian <robark gmail com> 2/12/2009 1:00:59 am >>>
Wondering if someone can provide a brief comparison of these 2
solutions. They look very similar.

http://vbridges.com/docs/VERDEClusterOverview.pdf 
http://www.revolutionlinux.com/Open-Source-Thin-Clients?lang=en 

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Robert Arkiletian
Eric Hamber Secondary, Vancouver, Canada

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