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I am a long time windows fool and have had all I can take. I am looking at dumping winders and moving onto a linux system. I run two servers with about 30 users each. One is running native PICK under D3 and the other is a Microsoft Application server. I pump everything down to thin clients to the user. I would love to find a week or so long school to go to to get me going in the right direction. A search of the web has not helped much.
why do you want to? you can find all the info yu want Here..? donno what pick and D3 are. application server - what is that? is that the same thing as like tomcat or like xwindows itself?
for thin clients check ltsp.org i think its still there.