Yes a dual boot solution will be more effective... Cause u don't wanna
loose the windows license .
And for the deployment u may use pixyboot over DHCP server.
One more thing, u can do is... As all machines are same.. is, install
and setup one machine, then clone the hardisk/ssd onto the remaining
machines, even create an imagine of the same, so that u can easily
restore the system
Also have a look at the Zorin OS, lab management suite .( Not sure if
this is launched )
On Jul 4, 2022 5:31 PM, Richard Victor Correia <richard(a)florix.net>
I want to setup 15 computer lab for a computer institute in Virar.
new institute. Anyone have done similar work before?
I want linux based server/wifi clients. I am getting used dell
optiplex 7050 with i5 7th gen, 8GBDDR4, 240GBSSD with windows 10
license. This one having wifi antenna.
Shall I make this system as dual boot?
Richard Victor Correia
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On Mon, Jul 4, 2022 at 10:36 AM J T Dsouza <jtd1959(a)gmail.com>
I suppose everybody's linux systems are working just fine.
On Sat, Jul 2, 2022 at 1:24 PM Abhijith PA <abhijith(a)teknik.io>
> Ping test.