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It also recommends services needed for thin-clients to boot and mount filesystems over the network.
LTSP stands for 'Linux Terminal Server Project'.
LTSP on your hardware ===================== LTSP can support several hardware architectures. Some hardware may require special configuration that is partially documented here. Exact needs vary by architecture. i386, amd64, powerpc, alpha, sparc ============================== to create the chroot: ltsp-build-client you may need to configure your dhcp server to hand out a different filename more»
2009-07-29 it is possible to install alien architectures on Debian systems, by using qemu userspace emulation. so far, this has been tested with qemu 0.11.0-rc0, building an armel LTSP chroot on an i386 server. other architectures did not work at the time of this writing. it requires using a statically built qemu userspace binary for the appropriate architecture, which requires building qemu usi more»
in Debian, getting sound support working with LTSP is fairly easy, by installing alsa plugins for pulseaudio, and configuring alsa to use pulseaudio: apt-get install libasound2-plugins add the following lines to /etc/asound.conf: # Make it possible for ALSA forward to pulseaudio on thin clients. # Based on idea from # http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php/Default_device_from_environment_var more»
ltsp (0.99debian8) unstable; urgency=low architecture handling code has been simplified. now al more»
taken from: http://wiki.debian.org/LTSP/FAQ Can i use the ltsp-utils package with ltsp-server(-stan more»
ltsp-info(1) ltsp-info(1) NAME ltsp-info — more»
ltsp-localapps(1) ltsp-localapps(1) NAME ltsp-localapps more»
ltsp-build-client(8) ltsp-build-client(8) NAME ltsp-build-clien more»