[K12OSN] Silverlight?

Patrick Fleming k12ltsp at rwcinc.net
Fri Mar 16 17:09:01 UTC 2012

It may be corner case, but the county I live just implemented it for use
on the GIS mapping and parcel locator system. It looks and works really
well - if you access it from a Windows computer - otherwise I can't
access it at all. Yuck.

On 03/16/12 08:45, Christian Einfeldt wrote:
> Tell the teacher thatt silverlight is a corner case technology which never
> became mainstream and is being abandoned by its few adopters, such as NBC,
> which is giving it the heave ho
> On Mar 16, 2012 8:26 AM, "Jomegat" <jomegat at jomegat.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Our teacher has requested that I install SilverLight on the K12 server.  I
>> assume I'd have to use Mono's version instead, but before I even start down
>> that path... should I?
>> How does it perform on an LTSP system?  I'm running the EL6 version on an
>> x86_64 server.  Flash sometimes weighs down the network, as I have only
>> 100Mbit links between the clients and the switch (but the server uses a
>> gigE link).
>> So should I bite the bullet or run away screaming?
>> --
>> Jim Thomas            Principal Applications Engineer  Bittware, Inc
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