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January 26, 2007

Expert shares secrets to saving thousands with K12LTSP

Filed under: linux — tuxicity @ 9:53 am

 

The K12 Linux Terminal Server Project (K12LTSP) is a thin client distribution designed for use in schools. Recently, I was invited by Robert Arkiletian, a K12LTSP contributor, to see the software in action in his computer lab at Eric Hamber Secondary School in Vancouver, Canada. We talked about the system requirements for a K12LTSP installation, investigated the available software, and discussed the success of Arkiletian’s own lab, which has saved his school thousands of dollars in hardware costs.
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