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My little brother needs his computer, but we'd prefer not to buy him a new 
system because he doesn't need to do more then browse the web and type papers 
for now.

After thinking about this for a while I've decided I'd like to use the 
Pentium-120 that is currently my firewall as a Remote X Termnial with the 
actual processes running on another box in order to keep administration easy.

So, anyone here know of a fairly simple to set up, very easy to use X 
Termnial solution? Will this sort of thing work ok on a 10Mbps netwok, or 
will I need to upgrade to 100Mbps?

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