On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 03:57:55PM +0100, Padraig Brady wrote:
> > I've got a headless server stored under the stairs at home. Recently,
> > I've been thinking about throwing on a small LCD Panel, so I can see
> > what's going on with it. However, after a couple of enquiries, I've
> > found out that pretty much nowhere in Dublin sells decent LCD panels
> > that I could use for it.. it got me thinking.
i've a similar need. essentially i have a usb device that allows for four
serial ports. i'd like to hang terminals off of it, but i'd rather they were
> order a matrix orbital from www.linuxcentral.com
> takes 2 days. LCDProc supports it (LCDd -t MtxOrb)
is lcdproc output only? what are options for slim and light terminals?
(note: a laptop doesn't count. an xterm barely counts. what i have in
mind should have the following attributes: quick boot, quiet, no local
admin work, low power, fast display.)
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