[K12OSN] Thin Client Hardware for k12ltsp

William Fragakis william at fragakis.com
Wed Mar 5 17:55:52 UTC 2014

Could one build an arm client image off of a present Fedora version?

Jeff, correct me if I'm wrong, the base Pi board is $25-30, and then you
need those little optional bits like case, power adapter, most likely
hdmi to whatever your monitor is converter, etc. Kits I've seen put it
around $65-70 for something you can plug in and power on. 


> On 03/05/2014 07:53 AM, Jim Kinney wrote:
> > This was just shared on another list I'm on.
> >
> > http://nanopc.org/NanoPC-T1_Feature.html
> >
> > It's arm so it gets treated a bit different. With 4G flash storage,
> it
> > makes sense to preload a base OS that does the remote X back to a
> CentOS
> > server. At $70, it's cheap enough to tinker with.
> If you are looking for really inexpensive how about a Raspberry Pi at
> $25?
> http://www.berryterminal.com/doku.php
> There are some downsides to consider, especially on the
> administrative 
> side, since they clients are technically no longer thin.
> Jeff

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