datenkollektiv.net is using LTSP!

This LTSP implementation was done by Jan Kowalsky.
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This story was last updated on 22 September 2016


Why LTSP?

We use ltsp as an easy to maintain and reliable system for thin clients. We like the nativ distro support for debian. With ltsp we can provide customers a setup which is easy to administer.

Locations for this LTSP story

There are 6 locations connected with this LTSP story.
 

Germany, LTSP on datenkollektiv.net office

Running LTSP since: 2013
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 5 (thin: 5)
Network speed: gigabit
 
Extra information:
This is the installation for our own office as well as the exemplary setup we provide to customers.

Germany, LTSP Setup in a school

Running LTSP since: 2011
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 30 (thin: 30)
Network speed: mixed

Germany, Office setup for political foundation

Running LTSP since: 2016
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 15 (thin: 15)
Network speed: gigabit

Germany, Office setup for NGO

Running LTSP since: 2007
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 7 (thin: 7)
Network speed: gigabit

Germany, LTSP setup for youth center

Running LTSP since: 2013
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 20 (thin: 20)
Network speed: mixed

Germany, LTSP setup in a publishing house

Running LTSP since: 2012
Linux distribution: Debian
LTSP version: LTSP 5.5
Using LTSP localapps: yes
Using LTSP-PNP: no
Servers: 1
Clients: 10 (thin: 10)
Network speed: mixed