From Issue #149September 2006
I have tested at home K12LTSP, Sun Rays, and Windows Terminal Server, and a decade ago used Citrix Winframe for a couple of mid-sized projects (2-3 servers). I have long been curious about LTSP and the like in small corporate settings but was and am concerned about (a) long-term support, (b) scalability, and (c) software maintenance and distribution.
Regarding the latter, Debian packages have been, in my limited experience, the easiest way to deploy new Linux packages, and I particularly like the wrapping I've seen in MintInstall, part of the Mint offshoot of Ubuntu 8.
How might the MILLE Project address my three concerns. Also, is there enough support in English? I do not speak or read French.
former tech support professional
now in law school in St. Paul, MN
To prevent Firefox to use memory for caching, the article says to set the parameter browser.cache.memory.enable to "False", but it should be written to set this parameter to "True" to get this behavior.
For more information, see the page http://www.mille-xterm.org/en/TerminalMemoryUsage
Sorry for the mistake.