[K12OSN] Centos7 : some ( official )help wanted

Warren Togami Jr. warren at togami.com
Wed Jul 1 15:09:42 UTC 2015

Disagree all you want.  If no developer is willing to do the work, then it
cannot happen.

On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 1:00 AM, <johan.vermeulen7 at telenet.be> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have good results on our first site where we run K12Linux on Centos7 and
> I am about to ugrade a second, larger
> site as well.
> I just had a look at the K12Linux website again and just wanted to say I
> don't agree with this:
> *Modern users probably do not want to use this type of thin client because
> video (like Youtube) requires too much bandwidth over remote X desktops,
> and scalability of X over ssh encrypted tunnels is rather poor. K12Linux is
> considered a legacy solution for existing deployments of LTSP-type networks
> and is currently supported only on the legacy EPEL6 platform. Porting to
> more modern systemd-based Fedora and EPEL7 is technically possible but is
> not considered a priority given the drawbacks of the legacy LTSP solution.*
> I think a lot of organsisations have employees who 's first priority is
> not watching youtube, all though my users have no problems with that on
> K12Linux.
> What hurts me is that because people can not get this to work on
> Centos7/Rhel7, they are moving to Ubuntu.
> I have K12Linux/Centos6 running for about 3 years, and it's incredibly
> robust. And I think it's the same on Centos7.
> greetings, Johan
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