On Tue, 2008-07-22 at 10:43 +0100, Jpd wrote:
Also looked at ltsp and it is really not what we want,
as far as I can
tell, as our environent is not thin. Also after trawling through pages
on how to get local apps I gave up, hopefully that will improve over
time. The big worry with ltsp is reliability, I have seen mentioned
about multipuly lts but no howtos on it
It may help to go to a school with a large (100+)
LTSP install of longstanding, and have a chat
with their IT staff?
Here is one not /too/ far from you:
I don't know if the e-mail address on that page
works, so feel free to e-mail me off-list for a
working address for Garry.
Richard Smedley, rs(a)m6-it.org
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