jim.kinney at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 17:28:38 UTC 2013
vague memory of this but those ancient F5's may be there to support REAL
i386 systems as clients. Somewhere after that point, Fedora dropped i386
and went to i486 as the lowest level cpu supported and someone was still
using IBM PC Jr. systems as thin clients.
Unfortunately, those ancient systems, barring a direct lightning strike,
will run forever.
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 12:55 PM, Radek Bursztynowski <
radek at bursztynowski.waw.pl> wrote:
> I know Fedora 5. But when I executed ltsp-build-client --list
> I found as follow:
> And this is the source of my question.
> Best regards,
> > Radek,
> > Fedora 5 image for ltsp would have to be very very very old.
> > Maybe you was speaking of EL-5 image?
> > Are you finding this on an older build of an ltsp server you are
> > running,,,or?
> > Barry
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