I would strongly suggets to build a hardware list, mainly for
thin clients, since such a buy operation is delicate and cat be
done wrong. (Because of the quantity involved).
I still need ideas about NComputing devices (L230)
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 09:30:04PM +0100, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> Hi. If you are using Debian Edu today, can you share with us which
> working hardware you are using?
> I notice the list of tested hardware available from
> <URL: http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Hardware/ > have very little
> information. Perhaps you can add information about the models you are
> using today?
> If you have a Debian Edu server operational, can you run
> /usr/lib/sitesummary/hardware-model-summary and share the result? This
> is the result from my test setup:
> root@tjener:~# /usr/lib/sitesummary/hardware-model-summary
> vendor count
> Dell Inc. 1
> Latitude D505 1
> Hewlett-Packard 1
> HP EliteBook 2530p F.04 1
> I asked on bruker@skolelinux for the same thing, and got a tip about
> looking at <URL: http://www.narvikskolen.no/sitesummary/ > for the
> hardware in use in the schools in Narvik. Check it out if you want to
> see what is working there.
> Vennlig hilsen
> Petter Reinholdtsen
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