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Re: [school-discuss] [Fwd: BOUNCE email@example.com: Non-member submission from ["Colin Dellow" <firstname.lastname@example.org>]]
On Monday 04 March 2002 07:47, you wrote:
> < @seul.org="">< @schoolforge.net="">< @schoolforge.net="">Approved:
> sf-pass Subject: Linux-based desktops in schools
> From: "Colin Dellow" < @ndschool.org="">
> To: email@example.com< @schoolforge.net="">
> < @[188.8.131.52="">< @[184.108.40.206="">
> A school that I volunteer at is re-evaluating its five-year technology
> plan. Currently, they're all-Mac. I'm putting together a plan that would
> head towards X terms and terminal server computing.
> However, one big obstacle (among others) that I *know* I'll run into is who
> will support it once I'm gone in a few years. Does anyone have any
> compelling evidence that support need not be local? i.e. that these setups
> can be reliably managed remotely? (Specific instances of it happening
> would be nice.)
> If all goes well, I'd like to put together the tools and information I've
> used into a handy package for similar case.
> Thanks in advance!
If their problem is lack of places to send their money, why not contact RH
(or other provider)? I am pretty certain these guys can either do or farm-out
Jes' my 2 cents worth.