[FreeNX-kNX] Trying to understand the thing
ngetker at fuse.net
Tue Oct 12 20:55:25 UTC 2004
Another thin client with the NX client embedded is IGEL.
On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 15:18 -0400, Doug Burks wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> I wish that I could take credit for the RedHat RPMs, but they were
> actually created by Rick Stout:
> Keep in mind that I have no experience with LTSP, but I believe you
> have two options:
> 1) Use a prebuilt thin-client OS that includes NX client
> One example is PXES:
> Another is ThinStation:
> 2) Leverage your existing LTSP thin-client setup
> Install NoMachine's Linux nxclient on your LTSP server:
> Your thin clients would then network boot, pull nxclient, and use your
> "screen script" to execute nxclient and connect to your LTSP server.
> You can find the options you need in your screen script by executing
> "/usr/NX/bin/nxclient --help".
> Does anybody have any other ideas?
> On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 13:01:18 -0600, Pete <pvdw at criticalcontrol.com> wrote:
> > Hi [.*NX] hackers :
> > I am trying to understand how things work, I read quite some doc and
> > think I grasp the most.
> > Although my knowledge of X and its conf. / internals is the bear minimum.
> > What I would like to accomplish is an integration of NX technology in a
> > (K12)LTSP environment,
> > I got the server running (Thanks to the latest rpms from Doug Burks)
> > and I am able to run a nxviewer on a diskless client but
> > this is after I startup a full blown X/gnome session.
> > What is needed to get NX technology going between disklessclient and
> > (K12)LTSP server ?
> > Probably I just need a 'screen' script is this available? Or can someone
> > point me into the right
> > direction?
> > What nx-module needs to be started in the screen script ?
> > Thank you in advance
> > Peter
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> > foodoo-magic is insufficiently advanced.
> > Peter Van den Wildenbergh
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