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[seul-edu] Fw: [Xterminals . . Re: I guess I am doing something else
wrong . . . Update: Success!!!]
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On Tue, 5 Dec 2000, email@example.com wrote:
> Subject: Xterminals . . Re: I guess I am doing something else
> wrong . . .
> Update: Success!!!
> From: Marilyn Hagle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Jacques Gelinas <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> I have it working!!!!!! Yay!!!!! It was a matter of
> "crossing all of the
> Ts and dotting all the Is." Some of my computers are pretty
> icky, but I
> have 10 of them running as Xterminals so far. My goal is to
> have 15.
> Hopefully a Pentium II/233 server with 128 Mg RAM can handle
> that many.
> I am a middle school choir teacher, and because of my
> Xterminals, I can
> work with altos while the sopranos are on the computers. This
> is really
> slick. Right now, the kids are just playing games on generic
> accounts, but
> as soon as I set them up their own accounts and figure out an
> email program
> to use, they will start completing music assignments. I have
> to backtrack
> and get the sound card stuff working, and then I will have
> them run some of
> the Linux music programs other people have told me about. I
> will also use a
> web server to give them instructions, assignments, and tests.
> Thank you so much for your work with Xterm!! You have made my
> job easier!!!
> on 12/4/2000 10:53 PM, Jacques Gelinas at firstname.lastname@example.org
> > On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Marilyn Hagle wrote:
> >> Jacques,
> >> Here is the latest . . . now the server boots to the
> graphical login - but
> >> my workstation still just comes up to the screen with the X
> in the middle.
> >> I am getting some sort of error when I run setup.sh about
> libtermcap.so.2 .
> >> . . says error loading shared files . . . so such file or
> directory. I do a
> >> locate libtermcap.so.2 and it is in /lib. Does that
> ring a bell?
> >> I am using the KDE desktop on a server running RedHat 6.2.
> I tried to
> >> follow all of the directions for those systems. However, I
> am pretty
> >> ignorant about many Linux issues.
> > Sorry for being so late. Did you fix your problem ?
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