[rescue] Thin Client for garage

Robert Darlington rdarlington at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 12:47:02 CDT 2011

SunRay direct, or running RDesktop to get you into a windows box works for
me.  This list has been great for finding these old thin clients.   I think
I've only paid for shipping so far for the three I'm using now.

On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 7:44 AM, Hatle, Steven J <shatle at nfldinet.com>wrote:

> All,
> When we built our new garage last fall, I ran some CAT5e out there to
> facilitate data connectivity back to the house.
> Now that spring is (hopefully!) coming, it9s time to get ready for working
> on the MGB and the bikes.
> I9d like to have some kind of thin client in the garage that I can use with
> a cheap LCD and external keyboard/mouse to facilitate getting stuff from
> the
> web when I9m in the middle of something vs. having to run back into the
> house and review or print stuff out, etc.
> I9ve not taken a lot of time to research what9s out there, but basically
> what I need is a box with enough smarts to run either a decent, embedded
> browser on its own, or be able to VNC/RDP back to a machine in the house to
> do the same.
> I know I could bring an old laptop out there, but due to environmental
> concerns (hot summers/cold winters) I think something with no moving parts
> might be better, but I could be wrong.
> So- if anyone has suggestions or pointers I9m all ears, or if you have
> something suitable for sale let me know off-list.
> TIA,
> Steve
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