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Re: [vox] K12LTSP talk at SVLUG in Mountain View, May 4th
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Re: [vox] K12LTSP talk at SVLUG in Mountain View, May 4th

on Tue, Apr 26, 2005 at 12:23:01AM -0700, Bill Kendrick (nbs@sonic.net) wrote:
> Next Wednesday, May 4th at the Silicon Valley Linux Users Group:
> The Linux Terminal Server Project is an add-on package for Linux
> allowing numerous low-powered "thin client" terminals to connect to a
> Linux server. Applications then run on the server, while accepting
> input and displaying output on the thin clients. An office or computer
> lab can be constructed using one powerful server and many inexpensive
> thin clients -- old PCs, for example. Configuration and upgrades are
> then centralized at the server, rather than distributed to numerous
> expensive desktops.
> K12LTSP, a popular solution for schools with limited budgets, is a
> distribution of Linux based on Red Hat Fedora and the LTSP
> packages. Steve Hargadon recently completed an installation of K12LTSP
> at a charter school in Hawaii, and is currently working with the
> Canadian government to install thin client labs in 2,000 schools in
> Kenya, Africa.
> For further details, visit:  http://www.svlug.org/

Any contacts for K12LTSP?  Sounds like they're doing a road show, I'd
like to get into to some folks up my way.


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