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Old 08-18-2001, 03:09 PM   #1
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Server Workstation connections

I have been using three Linux boxes for several months and individually they are great. How do I turn one of these into a server and use the others as workstations? I have read loads of stuff about diskless workstations, but all of my machines (I want to add more) have a full linux os installed on them, complete with their own hard disk.
The machine I want to use as a server has SuSE linux 7.0 installed.
One of the other machines has LinuxPPC installed and the other also has SuSE 7.0.
Do I need to create the equivalent of a diskless workstation and if so how?


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