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Tue Oct 7 21:17:54 UTC 2008
> Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2008 17:11:47 -0400> From: ubuntu at tigershaunt.com> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com> Subject: Re: Thin Clients> > Wade Smart wrote:> >> >>> > 20081007 1510 GMT-6> > > > Ok. Ill clarify what was suggested to me.> > > > Each of the 10 locations would have some type of server setup for that > > school. And then each server would or could be linked back to the main > > server for the district.> > > > This is where you loose us again... "Some type of server setup" is a> little vague and leads to us making different assumptions.> > > What services will be on the server located at the school, and what> services do you intend to leave back at the district server?
I don't know what exactly your talking about. If the seperate locations have seperate IP addresses (which i bet they are), install a virtual local network, i have no recomendations. However, http://openthinclient.org/home contains a great one that I use often. If you want, you may wish to code your own so that all the computers contribute to the processing power, but you don't have to.
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