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Hi! It looks like default setting is Fat-Client. how can I change that to Thinclient ?
I do not know about 'thin', but I do know about these similar topics: 'thin-client-deprecation'
thin-client-deprecation: The new LTSP doesn't support thin clients (remote Xorg), but it does support low-spec netbooted clients with remote desktop (xfreerdp, x2go etc). Read more in https://github.com/ltsp/ltsp/discussions/243
Hi laserman, read about that ^
thank you for the info
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