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[News] Terminals Running GNU/Linux: Introduction and Recommendations from Ghana

  • Subject: [News] Terminals Running GNU/Linux: Introduction and Recommendations from Ghana
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 00:57:47 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Remote Terminals With Linux - An Introduction

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| One of the most interesting features of 
| Linux is its versatility. Being able to 
| make complicated configurations out-of-the 
| box. You do not need to buy the ultimate 
| hyper business version  to have the 
| ability to set up  a complex client / 
| server system with dumb terminals and a 
| remote application server.
| Creating a client / server network is 
| relatively easy, since the multi-task / 
| multi-user architecture is a native 
| feature of Linux.
| But in order to understand this process, 
| it is necessary to work with some theory, 
| where we will see what is a client / 
| server network   with remote dumb 
| terminals, what are its advantages, in 
| which cases it can be used and in what 
| ways it can be implemented on Linux.


Internet Cafes With Linux

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| LanBr is a manager software  that helps to 
| control and manage of Lan Houses and Cyber 
| Cafes powered by Linux, in order to ease 
| the operations of daily life in an 
| internet cafe/ lan house environment.
| The system is constantly evolving and has 
| many features to achieve a good management 
| of Lan Houses or Cyber Cafes in Linux. 
| There are times when you feel you do not 
| belong to the Ubuntu community for your 
| lack of coding knowledge. But is that 
| really true? Do you have to necessarily be 
| a coding geek to contribute to the 
| development of the most popular Linux 
| distro around? The Ubuntu community 
| manager Jono Bacon (who I hear likes 
| bacon) talks to Amber Granner about that 
| and more in this video.
| [...]
| It is a project of Wilson Pinto Junior 
| with help of volunteers and has as main 
| objective to provide a complete and easy 
| LAN Manager for Cyber Cafes and Lan 
| Houses. The Program is all written in 
| Python using Gtk and GNOME Human 
| Guidelines "to an intuitive interface and 
| ease to use".



The new LTSP-Cluster website's officially out

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| The LTSP-Cluster project is proud to announce
| that its website is now on-line.

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