NetStation is a Linux distribution for diskless thin clients terminals using standard x86 hardware. It can boot from network, floppy, or flash-disk and connect to an application server using VNC, RDP, XDM, SSH, telnet, Citrix ICA, or Tarantella.
|Tags||Software Distribution Boot Terminals Terminal Emulators/X Terminals|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Support for remote desktop shadowing using x0rfbserver.
Release Notes: This release upgrades XFree86 to 4.2, fixes some bugs introduced in 0.7, improves graphic card autodetection (including ISA cards), and replaces the ltsprtd package with the lp_server package. It adds support for dynamic ".nsp" packages that can be loaded after booting using tftp, experimental support for remote sound (using esound) and sound card autodetection, files needed to boot using PXE bootroms, and new packages for the Blackbox window manager, the tarantella client, xnest, and tinyx,
Release Notes: An svgalib version of vncviewer, new Xfree86 4.x support (experimental), support for telnet sessions, new compiled xfree keymaps and console keymaps, a new mouse-autodetect feature, setting hostname to ethernet address, and a syslinux config file for alternative boot method (floppy, DiskOnChip, etc.).
Release Notes: Bugs in /etc/inittab, a missing libdl library in the SSH package, and broken library dependencies in vncviewer package have all been fixed.
Release Notes: Replacing vnclient with TightVNC, new sound card modules, experimental Citrix ICA client support, and fixes for bugs in /bin/start-session.