[Computerbank] Linux Terminal Server Project
Michael C White
michael at coolahddg.com.au
Tue Sep 25 14:23:06 UTC 2001
Anyone using ltsp in Australia?
We have two organisations that need to set up
a LTSP network in our small rural community.
1) youth group
2) Community Radio Station
Ltsp-discuss mailing list. To subscribe, or change prefs,
For additional LTSP help, try #ltsp channel on
Maybe if there is enough interest we could start an Australian
LTSP mailing list
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On 9/24/01 at 7:19 AM Jason Straw <jstraw at towhee.com> wrote:
>the meeting is ___Friday the 19th of October___ NOT the 21st...
>I don't know what on earth got me to make that mistake....
>On Sun, 2001-09-23 at 22:36, Jason Straw wrote:
>> Hello LTSP Users and Yorktown HS LUG members
>> This Update is both a change of date and a change of
>> To get more information see
>> Everyone is welcome to come to the meeting, which will be at
>> High School in Arlington, VA. To get directions to Yorktown
High School see
>> The new date for the meeting is October 21, 2001 and will be
>> by Jason Straw rather than Jim McQuillan. Jim was planning
to present at
>> the (now canceled) Federal Open Source Conference and then
come to our
>> little lug.
>> Development and Administration of the Linux Terminal Server
>> The Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP), has a mission to
>> of the installation and administration tools necessary for
>> thin clients in a GNU/Linux environment.
>> The LTSP software is in use all over the world in businesses
>> schools. The core package has been downloaded by over 80,000
>> and the documentation has been downloaded more than 100,000
>> since we started the project in August of 1999.
>> Whether you are setting up a 2nd workstation at home for your
>> use, installing 5 workstations in a Dental office for
>> deploying 50 workstations in a Cyber Cafe, or installing 500
>> workstations at a major university or corporation, the LTSP
>> guide you through the challenges that await you.
>> The presentation will cover all aspects of setting up LTSP
>> diskless thin clients. From building workstations to boot off
>> network to NFS, X, Window managers and applications.
>> There will be copies of K12ltsp or a new ltsp distro looking
>> the consumer market(maybe, just maybe Jason will do that...)
>> The October Presenter is Jason Straw, Jason is a Student
>> Administrator at Yorktown High School. He has been involved
>> for about 8 months now, starting with K12ltsp's first release
>> the release of 2.09pre2. He also is the Meetings Coordinator
>> Yorktown High School Linux Users' Group.
>> Jason Straw
>> jstraw at towhee.com jstraw at yorktown.arlington.k12.va.us
>> Yorktown High School Linux Users' Group Meetings Coordinator
>> Upcoming Meetings! October 5th: LTSP
>> yhslug mailing list
>> yhslug at tux.org
>> list options at http://www.tux.org/mailman/listinfo/yhslug
>jstraw at towhee.com jstraw at yorktown.arlington.k12.va.us
>Yorktown High School Linux Users' Group Meetings Coordinator /
>Upcoming Meetings! October 5th: LTSP
>bedded Linux / October 5th: LTSP
>Ltsp-discuss mailing list. To un-subscribe, or change prefs,
>For additional LTSP help, try #ltsp channel on
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