ringwraithenator at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 00:09:07 EST 2011
I'd suggest maybe looking at the services and assistance canonical provide.
http://www.ubuntu.com/business/services/overview, other than that I can't
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Kanchana Wickremasinghe <kanchana at fossmart.net>
> To: john_cullen <john_cullen at purencool.com>
> Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 11:27:05 +1000
> Subject: Re: [Linux-aus] hardware
> Hi John,
> Sometime back we had a similar need. Unfortunately we couldn't find a
> supplier who would pre-install LINUX. Therefore we had to get the hardware
> ourselves and install LINUX on it. We used MSI hardware, and did purchase
> directly from Taiwan. Unfortunately they too have stopped supplying them
> directly to customers. I am not sure who they have appointed as the
> distributors in Australia. Their hardware is pretty good, some of them we
> sent to Canada and they are still using them after several years running 24
> x 7.
> I remember Cybersource folks doing similar project and might be worth
> asking them where they got the hardware.
> *Cyber IT Solutions P/L*
> 1/130-132 Stawell St
> Richmond, Victoria
> AUSTRALIA 3121
> Phone: +61 3 9428 6922
> Good luck and all the best.
> kindest regards,
> Hi linux lovers
> I am sorry if this questions is in the wrong forum. But someone will
> have to know. I am set-up an Ubuntu network for an organisation. In
> affect these networks will be mini kiosks that have a server off site
> that will deploy updates and the kiosk is going to have an internal web
> application based inside the kiosk and the data will be sent back to
> head office server via the net.
> What I need is a hardware provider that can have Ubuntu OS pre-installed
> so that all I have to do is configure them into the network. I don't
> need hardware with windows licensing attached the box.
> We are based in Melbourne and the amount of machines will be purely
> dictated by the amount of
> kiosks that get placed into industry. Each kiosk will have a least of
> four machines.
> The specks on the machines are
> Two thin clients that have the ability to have an rf bar code reader
> On Machine that can act as an server and be an pos machine (It will have
> the til and credit card details)
> All hardware must have the ability to use a touch screen.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sorry again if this is in the
> wrong forum.
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