Daily Archives: April 2, 2010

Speed v Security

One of the things I like about Google-Chrome web browser is that there is a combined address/search box. No need to change context. If what you type is a URL it treats it as an address and if it is … Continue reading

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Squeeze Freeze By Summer?

It looks as though Debian GNU/Linux could freeze the next release package list by summer. The system is quite usable now if you dodge a few bugs, but they are working on migrating to newer versions of a few popular … Continue reading

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VDI is More Costly Than LTSP

VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) as implemented by many these days is quite different than the thin client environment suitable for schools and offices. VDI uses multiple servers or virtual machines to replace what normally is sitting in front of the … Continue reading

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