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    Ubuntu ans RD with thin clients

    Hi I have poseted this before but not received a reply so I am trying again. I am new to ubuntu, currently I have neoware thin clients connecting to a windows machine enabling all my household to have a computer on their tv. The problem with this is it only works with windows server / terminal server, using xp only allows 1 user at any one time. Can this be done on a computer running ubuntu as I would like all users (4) to access this at the same time if required. Many Thanks.

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    Re: Ubuntu ans RD with thin clients

    try another forum as this one does not seem too interested.

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    Re: Ubuntu ans RD with thin clients

    When you made your initial post, it was 4am on the east coast of the US. It might take a bit longer than one hour to receive a reply.
    Desktop: Quantal on Core2 Duo E8500/Asus P5Q
    Laptop: Precise on S76 Pangolin

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    Re: Ubuntu ans RD with thin clients

    Thanks for your reply, I had originaly posted this 3 days ago so thats why I may have seemed a little dissolussioned with it.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...=multiple+user

    Anyhow still asking the question so if anyone could help it would be much appreciated.

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    Re: Ubuntu and RD with thin clients

    Have now got ubuntu working with tightvnc and can connect multiple users (windows). The machines I would still like to connect are Neoware C50 thin clients, at present I can connect these to 2003 server using RDP5 which is fine except we do not want thin client machines on our server but to use a linux workstation instead. The software on the thin clients is neoware v 3.0 and the protcols available are citrix ica, neoware rdp5, terminal server and teamtalk terminal. Has anybody had any experience with this or could someone recommend another source of info. Thanks.

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