"The Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP), which makes it easy
to connect thin client terminals to a Linux server, announced the
4.2 release of the software at the LinuxWorld Conference &
Expo. The new release adds improved local device support, reduces
memory requirements, and offers scanner and multi-head support and
a 2.6 kernel.
"With improved local device support, users can plug in USB flash
drives or other devices which are read across the network and can
be used normally--just as if their thin client was a regular
desktop computer. Project leader Jim McQuillan says that the goal
of the project is to see to it that 'people aren't penalized for
using a thin client' and that they can have the same type of
experience as a normal desktop machine..."
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