A Computer Lab with No Windows
Linux Journal talks about building a Linux based Computer Lab and then continues in Part II.
"In 2002, I decided to redesign my school computer lab without MS Windows and try to teach all my courses with open-source materials. I started with an Athlon 1GHz machine with 1.5GB of RAM as my terminal server; 24 IBM 300PLs (a Pentium 200MHz slim-line desktop) as workstations; and three consumer Gnet 100MHz switches for connections. Running Linux Terminal Server Project 2.1 and using Icewin as the default desktop manager, the lab now runs smoothly. We never experienced any problems throughout the entire academic year."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Feb 23, 2004 )
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