Linux NetCafe Implementation
What's the best thing to do?
Workstations are around 1.5ghz+ with 128 ram built-in video card. Windows and Linux both exist in the network.
I installed ubuntu in each Linux Workstation, and it's kinda' slow in older machines. Another thing, I could'nt remember if I did or the automatic partition assigned some space for swap. So I'm looking for another solution. Before I do something, I want some advice. I could:
(1) reinstall everything. kubuntu-server then install kde + apps. kde because of the kiosk tool.
(2) I read something about Ltsp but I think I can only pump a pc with 512ram in 2.3 ghz and there's about 20 workstation.
application: firefox, gaim, open office, x chat will do.
If I set up a dhcp server, would it "disturb/destroy" the network with static IPs? The dhcp server will not be the gateway.
Would it make a difference if I have a 2GB swap? or 3, 4?
Thank you very much
'hope to hear from you guys soon ^_^