"Given that DisklessWorkstation's 1400 series terminals are
based on Via's Eden processor, which is pervasive among thin
clients, the company's instructions may also work on thin clients
from other vendors. For those in a hurry to try, the documentation
can be downloaded here without registration.
"...Once difficult to set up and configure, LTSP has in recent
releases moved to a nifty dual-filesystem architecture, with the
filesystem for the clients installed separately in /opt. This makes
it trivial to chroot in and administer the client environment just
like any other Linux system, yet separately from the server
filesystem. After the filesystem is updated, a script is run to
generate a squashfs filesystem image for use by LTSP clients on the
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