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willmon2000

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Me and a friend are trying to build a small project network where we can boot a few computer as diskless nodes through our LAN. The basic idea i have is having diskless nodes connect to our central server where we have the OS pre-installed. The purpose is to have all the data and processing power taking place on the server. Can anyone point me to to any resources to aid us? Thanks in advance!
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Hi will,

Sounds like you want Thin Clients. Check out the Linux Terminal Server Project.
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