Setting up an LTSP Thin client system

by Harry Mangalam <harry.mangalam@uci.edu> version 1.11 Nov 17, 2010 Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Assumptions 3. Pre-Requisites 3.1. Prep work 3.2. Hardware 3.3. Software 4. Installing the LTSP server 4.1. Installing a preconfigured LTSP system 4.2. Installing over an pre-installed system 5. Customizing Client Behavior 6. Creating the client OS 7. Server vs Client Applications 8. Changing the client BIOS to PXE-boot 9. Booting the client 10. User and application...
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