On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 11:00, Barry Flanagan wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-04-26 at 22:34, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
>> > Does anyone else not think this is overkill?
> > You're setting up a Linux based internet cafe. The easiest thing to do here
> > would probably be to have one powerfull application server and cheaper
> > low-powered clients.
> I'd agree with that. I would not look a whole lot further than Linux
> Terminal Server Project (http://www.ltsp.org/). Set up a central server
> and have all the rest thin clients.
>> There are a couple of Internet Cafe add-ons in the contrib section.
> This, NSS-mysql and KDE Kiosk would give you pretty much everything you
> could need.
> -Barry Flanagan
Further to Barry's suggestion I would suggest that you check out the low
power Mini ITX boxes with can be very suitable, you can have them with
or without disk :-)
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