Linux Thin Client Networks Design and Deployment (repost)

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Linux Thin Client Networks Design and Deployment (repost)

Linux Thin Client Networks Design and Deployment
PP | English | 2008 | ISBN: 1847192041 | 176 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

Written by an experienced Linux thin client network designer and implementer, this book for System Administrators covers the concepts of thin client networks and design issues for implementations of various sizes, followed by step-by-step HOW-TOs for all elements of implementing a thin client network based on open-source software. A thin, or lean client network is a client-server architecture where client computers depend primarily on a central server for processing activities. The thin clients focus on passing input to remote services and receiving and displaying the output; thin clients aren't as much about the hardware or software as about the design. With all the information you need to understand how the technology works, this book will help you evaluate how a Linux thin client network fits into your organization and make informed choices on the hardware and software needed to design and implement a stable work environment that meets the needs of your organization, large or small.