Linux thin clients
"Thin clients -- also known as diskless workstations, network computers, and network computing appliances -- are simple, robust embedded systems that use various networking protocols to enable local users to run applications on powerful remote servers. Since they are embedded, often solid-state systems (no moving parts), thin clients are said to require less maintenance and enjoy a longer usable lifespan than traditional "fat" clients, or PC desktops. "
(Submitted by Noel Tue Oct 5, 2004 )
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