use your mobile device to remote control your pc with touch screen with realtime video and keyboard and mouse control simple to use with pinch zoom, intuitive UI with multimedia controls, automatic network scanner etc..
LinuxPOS software: Vigore
Complete Point of sale software solutions . Easy to use with management control for sales analysis,payroll, inventory and menu adjustments.
Epic Android Tablet:
Android Tablet POS system that can Speed up order taking process by sending the orders to kitchen and bill printing. Reduce mistakes and cross sale additional items to clients
E-Digital Menu Board:
Digital Signage using the latest Android Tablet technology. Appealing and captures customer’s attention with special deal of chef special.
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Secure mobile computing. Without compromise.
The sleek Wyse X90cw mobile thin client features the benefits of other Wyse virtual clients, but in a form factor ideal for the mobile worker. Because the Wyse X90cw mobile thin client has no hard drives and no server-side data stored on the device, these devices are highly secure. That means that mobile workers no longer have to worry as much about exposure of sensitive data to insecure environments. As all data is stored and accessed remotely, the risk of data loss through stolen or mislaid laptops is eliminated.
How can you get this all to work without resorting to magic or hiring a magician? LTSP, the Linux Terminal Server Project is a free software project intended to make the setup easy. The clients configure via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and download a minimal GNU/Linux operating system from the server using TFTP (Tiny File Transfer Protocol). The GNU/Linux operating system for the client boots and uses a file system on the server and the memory of the client to do everything. The initial network boot can be done by a ROM (Read Only Memory) resident program on the client. Most PCs since 1998 have this capability built into the BIOS if there is a Network Interface Controller (NIC) built into the motherboard. The BIOS setup may mention PXE, Pre-Execution Environment or network in the booting section. Others can incorporate a boot loader in a socket on the NIC into the BIOS of the PC, or boot from a floppy, USB device, hard drive or CD.
Thinstation is mainly intended for schoolroom, office, company or department use, but can be used at home (eg. for a silent PC in the bedroom that ‘runs’ XP on your workstation in the back room).
Whilst Thinstation is based on Linux, users may actually never see Linux at all. If you decide to connect directly to a Microsoft Windows, Citrix or Unix server, the user will feel that they are running directly on the server. But, you can also have a local Desktop interface (with a local Browser & other tools).
If you’re running entirely under Linux, instead you’ll need to dd a MS-DOS MBR onto the card, partition it with fdisk, and finally mkfs.dos the partition.
Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP)
This page provides links to information about LTSP on Debian systems.
via LTSP – Debian Wiki.
Once you boot up the CD, hit F4. The “Modes” menu will pop up. Select “Install an LTSP Server”. Now just move on with the install.
Installing on top of an already running desktop system
You need to set up one static network interface where you will attach the thin clients, install two packages and run one command.
Configure your spare interface for the thin clients to have the IP 192.168.0.1 (and make sure it is up and running). If you can’t get the new GNOME network manager to work you can always install the older, simpler version of network manager by going to the “add/remove” window and searching “network”. Make sure to search “all available packages” and “apply” the changes. You will find the new network manager under settings -> network. Then follow the instructions below.
sudo apt-get install ltsp-server-standalone openssh-server
Now create your Thin Client environment on the server with.
Normally you should be able to make a comprehensive image which covers any clients and then use the conf file to select the needed modules for the individual client.
The Linux Terminal Server Project adds thin-client support to Linux servers. LTSP is a flexible, cost effective solution that is empowering schools, businesses, and organizations all over the world to easily install and deploy desktop workstations. A growing number of Linux distributions include LTSP out-of-the-box.
Shiny new thin-clients and legacy PCs alike can be used to browse the Web, send e-mail, create documents, and run other desktop applications. LTSP not only improves Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), but more importantly, provides increased value over traditional computing solutions. LTSP workstations can run applications from Linux and Windows servers.
make an unique image for each computer,
5. Next insert your Windows7 DVD into the optical drive and check the drive letter of the DVD drive (Double-click computer icon to know). In this guide I will assume that your DVD drive letter is “D” and USB drive letter is “H” (open my computer to know about it).
In case, if you don’t have Windows 7 DVD and have just ISO, you need to use a free software named Virtual Clone Drive. Download Virtual Clone Drive, then use the Virtual Drive letter as you DVD drive letter after mounting the Windows 7 DVD image. You can also your WinRAR software to extract the Windows 7 ISO file to desktop.
How To Install Windows 7 On Acer Aspire One Netbook
Posted May 4, 2009 – 8:38 pm in: Windows 7 Tweaks
The much awaited Windows 7 RC has come out with added features such as the Windows XP Mode (XPM). Though Windows 7 Beta was very stable for primary use, many users hesitated to install it. But with Windows 7 RC, you can now install Windows 7 on your primary machines including Netbooks.
Installing Windows 7 on a Netbook isn’t as easy as installing on Laptops or desktops that come with in-built DVD drive. Since we can’t use DVD media to install on Netbook, we need to use an USB (Pen drive or Flash drive) to make it happen. IntoWindows has already covered how to install Windows 7 from USB/Pen drive in the past.
This guide is exclusively for Acer Aspire One Netbook users, who like to install the brand new Windows 7 on their Acer Aspire One.
1. Windows 7 DVD or ISO
2. A USB Drive with 2.5+ GB (4GB)
3. Windows Vista or windows 7 running machine to create bootable USB stick.
4. Lastly, your Acer Aspire One with 100% charged battery or connected to power supply.
A bootable iso/usb-hdd hybrid image that can be put on an SD card or USB device using dd.
Squeeze + 2.6.32 kernel + firmware so that all ethernet + wifi in all models are supported.
Lightweight, LXDE-based desktop.
Live installer & desktop launcher.
iso/usb-hdd hybrid images
Please note that after this step your USB flash drive will be unreadable by Windows.
On Windows 32 systems use dd for Windows to copy the image file on to the USB drive. NOTE THAT THIS WIPES ITS CONTENTS!
After downloading the dd zip file and extracting it, open a command line and navigate to the place you have extracted dd. Use the dd –list command to find the appropriate output location (of), dd –list produces output like that below.
Netstation is a Linux distribution that enables you to convert standard PCs into full-featured diskless thin clients supporting all major connectivity protocols. It can be booted from the network using Etherboot/PXE or from standard media like floppy/CD/hd/flash-disk etc. The configuration is centralized to simplify terminal management.
Personal virtual desktops are virtual machines that are assigned to a user within your organization and available by using either RemoteApp and Desktop Connection or Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access). In this guide, we will set up a personal virtual desktop and connect to it by using RD Web Access.
Deploying Personal Virtual Desktops by Using Remote Desktop Web Access Step-by-Step Guide
This step-by-step guide walks you through the process of setting up a working personal virtual desktop accessible by using Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access) in a test environment.
Microsoft Desktop Virtualization is a broad range of offerings to meet operating system, application, data, and user virtualization needs. This page offers guidance and tools to help you deploy and configure these technologies in order to enable anywhere access, and improve security and compliance.
Flow is the latest in the line of Hexxeh’s hugely popular ChromiumOS builds. Flow is the most exciting version yet, bringing even more hardware support, an auto-updater, webcam support and an improved application menu & directory. All this, requires only a 2GB USB drive (download size is 327MB)
To Connect to a Remote Desktop (Local Area Connectivity)
1. Go to Start>All Programs>Accessories>Remote Desktop Connection
Quest for a toaster sized server.
My mini-itx Core i3 system plays blurays just fine using the integrated GPU, so that is an option. I’m afraid I don’t have any experience with other processors.
1981 Custom Delorean Car PC Install ( 1 2)
Less than 2 hours since last restart:
System returns from sleep and continues where it left off.
More than 2 hours or fresh boot.
System asks for Decrypt password. I have a usb port that I put my Yubikey in and touch the little button, thats my 32bit random password. Its required once more when windows loads, however I might do away with that. It also auto mounts my encrypted usb drive which contains music, movies, and other things I want to load and go.
A power supply will only draw as much power as is demanded of it, so for a given load, all the power supplies will draw the same amount.
This case is ideal for building a fanless Pico-ITX system using VIA’s PX10000G Pico-ITX Mainboard.
Ideal for VIA Pico-ITX mainboard, the first one in the world.
Space-saving flat cable, applied to connect the front USB and the motherboard.
MB and HDD without cabling.
Optional CF Card reader to replace HDD when required.
Catered to the newly launched micro DC-DC converter.
Complete aluminum housing, fanless passive cooling system. (heatpipe technology)
Good for multi applications, ie.home, industry, education, entertainment, etc
Dimensions(mm) : W146.5 x H50 x D109
Storage Capacity : 1 x 2.5″ HDD or 1 x CF Card using included CF Adapter
Main Board : VIA Pico-ITX (EPIA PX)
Power Supply : Built-in 12V 120W DC Board, External 12V 60W Adapter
Material : Aluminum
Front Access : USB x 4 + SPDIF x 1 + LED x 2 + Audio + Power Button x 2
Back Panel Access : COM x 1 + CF Card x 1 + LAN x 1 + UGA x 1
Cooling : Heat Pipe Passive Solution, Fan-less