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Linux workstations (a.k.a. desktop Linux) and Linux servers are two different beasts. For Linux servers, the particular distribution chosen makes relatively little difference. Stability and security are the main concerns. But for desktop Linux, the implementation of the GUI and applications are what's important. In this circumstance, the cutting edge versions often provide a superior experience for the users, and properly managed workstations expose a minimum of network services. Desktop Linux is where there is legitimate room for advocacy of one distribution over another. Therefore, we'll divide our documentation based on use:
Description of the Linxus thinclient and managed workstation environment
Notes about specialized clients ...
About the Engineering Society's display terminal
Notes from a planning session held Jan. 11, 2005 ...
Older projects that have been replaced.
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