Ciaran Mac Lochlainn wrote:
> Kevin Brennan wrote:
>>> With such low spec machines why not consider using them as
>> clients instead of upgrading the ram on each machine, this setup is
>> with fedora.
>> Br/ Kev/
>>>>>> IME, they'll need a server with 64-128mb of RAM per terminal (YMMV).
> In our office, we're using SuSE 7.3 on a big ole Dell box with 1024mb,
> which looks after 12 Axel terminals. I'd also recommend at least 100
> megabit ethernet.
>I should add, the desktop environment is KDE 2.2.1 and this box is only
used as a terminal server - we have another similar machine (running
RedHat 7.3) as a file / mail server, and a really old P200 as a firewall
/ web proxy.
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