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Hi everyone. I'm a recent Windows convert and am very impressed with Linux. I am an absolute newbie and have a question for one of you gurus. Here's what I ...
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    rdesktop - compact flash - read only


    Hi everyone.

    I'm a recent Windows convert and am very impressed with Linux. I am an absolute newbie and have a question for one of you gurus.

    Here's what I am trying to accomplish:

    1. Obtain the smallest Linux distribution that contains rDesktop
    3. Load the OS on a compact flash or solid state hard drive and have it work in read only mode.
    4. Connect to my Windows 2003 Terminal Server.

    Can anyone guide me on this?

    Thanks!!
    Briand

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    Puppy Linux

    I use Puppy Linux, it can be installed on CF cards and memory sticks and weighs in at about 70 meg

    Has a full suite of apps including a decent rdesktop client


    http://www.puppylinux.org/

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