- Bashish is a theme enviroment for text terminals. It can change colors, font, transparency and background image on a per-application basis. Additionally Bashish supports prompt changing on common shells such as bash, zsh and tcsh. Latest release is 2.2.4, 2010-03-15.
Building X terminals with Linux
- A step-by-step guide to building low-cost thin-client computers (xterminals). Article last updated in 2001, but still is a relevant document to consult.
Connecting X Terminals to Linux Mini-HOWTO
- This document describes how to connect X Terminals with a Linux host using nfs, xfs, xdm and xdmcp. Additionally, the document discusses configuration recommendations to optimize Linux for use as a host system on a network of thin clients. (2003)
DisklessWorkstations.Com - Welcome
- Company started as an offshoot to the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) and now provides hardware and software solutions using LTSP/Linux as the foundation.
- Open Source code for creating boot ROMs for network booting x86, AMD64, Itanium, Hammer, Hyperstone and ARM (noMMU) platforms. Latest release is 5.4.3, 2007-02-24. The next release of Etherboot is currently undergoing a major restructuring, and the next version of the package will be called "gPXE". (2008-05-19)
- A GPL'd implementation of a NoMachine/NX-compatible terminal server.
- A set of LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) plugins and client-side tools that can deploy and centrally manage large numbers (thousands) of thin-clients connected to a Linux load-balanced cluster.
Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP)
- An add-on package for Linux that allows users to connect lots of low-powered thin client terminals to a Linux server. LTSP is a flexible, cost effective solution that is empowering schools, businesses, and organizations all over the world to easily install and deploy desktop workstations. Downloads, documentation, support, community page, and a wiki can be found here. Latest release is 5.2, 2010-02-17.
S-terminal: A Secure X Terminal
- A secure X terminal that collects the user's authentication information locally, then creates an encrypted tunnel to the remote host using ssh and starts an X session; based on Knoppix.