[K12OSN] New server suggestions

"Terrell Prudé Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Tue Sep 15 16:33:13 UTC 2009

I would recommend K12LTSP 5EL.  It works, it has long-term support, it's 
proven, and that's what you want in production.  Fedora is bleeding-edge.

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Alan Hodson wrote:
> Greetings from El Paso, TX
> One of the schools I support is receiving a Dell Power Edge T105 server (2.9GHz Athlon Dual Core 5600B Processor, 2GB DDR2, 250GB SATA Storage, Intel Dual 1GB NIC) and I would like to hear what the experts suggest should be the OS I should install on it. It will serve 10 Symbio-Technologies SYM 1112 diskless thin clients. My inclination is to use a reliable K12ltsp 5.0 install, but I am tempted to use 6.o. Any words of wisdom you may have?
> Alan A Hodson MEd.
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