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K12LTSP is based on Fedora Core and the LTSP terminal server packages. It's easy to install and configure. It's distributed under the GNU General Public License. That means it's free and it's based on Open Source software. Once installed, K12LTSP lets you boot diskless workstations from an applications server. You can use old PC's as diskless clients or buy new ones for under $200 each. All applications run on the terminal server. Workstations are "thin." They have no software or hard drives. Thin-clients are perfect for schools because they are easy to install and require little maintenance. They are reliable and immune to malicious tampering and viruses.

Warren Togami has announced the release of K12Linux F10 "Live Server", a distribution featuring the Linux Terminal Server Project integrated with Fedora 10 in a convenient live USB or DVD media installer..

Related Links: K12Linux Forum, K12Linux Reviews, K12Linux Screencasts, Official website
Supported Architectures: 386, 486, 586, 686, AMD x86-64
Related Topics: Live Media

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ISO 1k12linux-f10-i386-stable4.iso
(786 downloads)
d83ab9265910a4264f60c21f90574913df1a618f
United States
100%  HTTP  Alt. Fedora Project (rate)Download ISO 1
 
50%  FTP  K12Linux Mirror (rate)Download ISO 1
 



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ISO 1k12linux-f10-x86_64-stable4.iso
(438 downloads)
4cba9e0fa0b0d8857d28ba19bea213f45f1e677e
United States
100%  HTTP  Alt. Fedora Project (rate)Download ISO 1
 
50%  FTP  K12Linux Mirror (rate)Download ISO 1
 


K12LTSP is based on Fedora Core and the LTSP terminal server packages. It's easy to install and configure. It's distributed under the GNU General Public License. That means it's free and it's based on Open Source software. Once installed, K12LTSP lets you boot diskless workstations from an applications server. You can use old PC's as diskless clients or buy new ones for under $200 each. All applications run on the terminal server. Workstations are "thin." They have no software or hard drives. Thin-clients are perfect for schools because they are easy to install and require little maintenance. They are reliable and immune to malicious tampering and viruses.


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