terminal servers

Gregory Nowak greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Fri Nov 7 17:08:22 EST 2003

I'm still guilty of not writing a doc describing how to convert
zipslack to run on a dumb terminal booting over the network.

Since I don't see a slot for this in my schedule any time soon, and
since there is still appearently interest in it, I will do my very best
to find some time tonight to post a few paragraphs outlining the basic
modifications you need to make. If someone with more time would then
like to flesh out my bearbones descriptions into a full-fledged
document, you would certainly be welcome to do so.


On Fri, Nov 07, 2003 at 03:17:09PM -0500, Alex Snow wrote:
> Hi all. I have a lot of crap hardware around here I can probably turn 
> into some really low-end machines. I would like to use these machines 
> mostly 486dx's and early pentiums as diskless terminals.
> I took a look at the ltsp but it doesn't seem like it will run on 
> slackware. Does anyone know where I could look to get started on setting 
> up a terminal server and it's clients?
> -- 
> Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard disk?
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