[K12OSN] Where is K12LTSP at?

Moon moon at smbis.com
Tue Mar 3 02:46:15 UTC 2009

What has been your experience with DRBL for the following:

1. Boot time
2. Reliability
3. Scalability - as in how many TCs have you seen running simultaneously
one one server? Server specs.?
4. TC performance compared to LTSP and stand-alone workstation

On Tue, 2009-02-24 at 09:45 -1000, R. Scott Belford wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 7:24 AM, Warren Togami <wtogami at redhat.com> wrote:
> > K12LTSP EL5 uses the ancient LTSP-4.2.  This is beneficial in that you get
> > security updates for the server and desktop applications on the server until
> > the year 2014.  Ubuntu and Debian releases do not last nearly *that* long.
> Keep in mind that if you use DRBL, then your support extends across
> multiple distributions that will last well beyond 2014.  You can run
> DRBL on Fedora or Centos, as well as Ubuntu or Debian.  I can boot my
> newer gbook, asus eeepc, acer aspire, and various Atom-based chipsets
> from it, as well as my ancient hardware.
> --scott
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