Thin and zero clients are very popular in medicine and finance for sensitive or personal information. The idea to not cache anything on the endpoint to avoid sensitive information releases.
Brian chee Sent from my iPad > On Sep 21, 2014, at 6:35 PM, Jeff Mings <je...@lava.net> wrote: > > Hi All! > > Just wondering : Since you can get good tiny or compact PCs for under > $250 that run Linux very well, is there still a compelling need for thin > client setups? > > > BTW, Brian, I don't have any links available, but I've seen a LOT of > 3d-printed R Pi cases on sites like Shapeway, Ponoko, and Etsy. You might > want to try those. > > > Sincerely, > -Jeff > > > >> On 09/21/2014 01:06 PM, Brian Chee wrote: >> http://www.uzerp.com/blog/running-raspberry-pis-as-thin-clients-with-ubuntu-14-04-lts/ >> >> Great article, has anyone found a durable VESA mount raspberry pi >> case? The one I found was kinda flimsy. >> >> Brian chee >> >> >> Sent from my iPad >> _______________________________________________ >> LUAU@lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org mailing list >> http://lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org/listinfo.cgi/luau-freesoftwarehawaii.org > > _______________________________________________ > LUAU@lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org mailing list > http://lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org/listinfo.cgi/luau-freesoftwarehawaii.org _______________________________________________ LUAU@lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org mailing list http://lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org/listinfo.cgi/luau-freesoftwarehawaii.org