I was looking at the dates of stuff yesterday. There was a build on koji for Fedora 21 but nothing for centos in over a year.
There are problems in the build due to a large number of dropped packages.
I've been working with the virtualization tool in centos and ovirt in particular. There are good reasons to look at it as a replacement for ltsp. It greatly separates the user environment and the spice client makes the remote session feel local.
There's much work to be done to make it as good for school use as k12ltsp has been. There will still need to be a pxeboot setup and the base install on the clients will need to be modified to connect to a remote vm.
Just curious if there is anyone at all maintaining Centos x for ltsp
Seems a shame to let a still very viable thin client build dwindle away.
>From doing some reads it appears the concensus of some is migrating to
virtual xyz and ipxe,,combo?
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