einfeldt at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 16:26:26 PST 2009
I would like to see what this group's thoughts are on ThinLinc:
I know that some of this group's more skilled members will probably consider
it a waste, but I am wondering if there might be a use case for groups that
don't have a highly skilled hi-level GNU-Linux guru on staff. Here is how
this group describes itself:
hinLinc is a Linux Terminal Server solution. ThinLinc is used to
virtualize desktops and applications by the use of Server Based Computing.
The product is largely based on Open Source Software. This has contributed
to faster development times, and also to making the product very robust and
at the same time adaptable.
The use of Open Source Software in the product also means that many
functions – which are delivered as addons in other products – are part of
ThinLinc from the start: encryption, single signon, clustering, advanced
printer management, and integration between different systems and
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