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Old 03-08-2008, 09:53 AM   #1
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hi friends...
i hav set up an LTSP network in my school
following paragraph is a part of documentation i have been using
i want to configure local device support for LTSP but i am finding this documentation very difficult to understand...
can anyone answer my question mentioned after the para

We said earlier that using a Linux session on a workstation means receiving display from the LTSP server and all what you see runs on the LTSP server. Thus, accessing drives on the workstation returns to a remote access from the LTSP server to the local drives on the workstation

is it possible to connect pendrives on the thin clients in LTSP(4.2)?
Old 03-09-2008, 08:06 AM   #2
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Long answer:
Short answer: yes but...

The paragraph means that a drive plugged in to the client is actually being used by the server, then the result displayed by the client. Remember, that's what a thin client does.


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