[clug] Windows live CD
freegazer at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 09:50:43 GMT 2006
two examples of this "XP live cd" concept are :
but neither are replacements for the linux bootcd's in either the tools
installed by default or ease of use
On 9/11/06, Mike J <astro_mikel at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry everyone i'll explain a bit better.
> I work in a school environment (windows). We have special labs where
> students bring in their own laptops and use them at school, we want to
> our own moe (managed operating env). But the idea at the moment is to
> the laptops with seperate partitions for the moe and their home oe.
> I like the idea but it would be time consuming and i think it could be
> some other way.
> The way i see it happening in my head is.....
> Insert linux live dvd (no user interaction)
> Auto start windows XP vmware image or session or something else?
> Student logs into domain
> Student runs XP and uses apps like office, usb key, network drives
> this might not be possible just thought id ask, see if anyone had done
> anything like this or similar or just has any input.
> thanks again.
> >From: "Robin Shannon" <robin at shannon.id.au>
> >To: "Mike J" <astro_mikel at hotmail.com>, linux at lists.samba.org
> >Subject: Re: [clug] Windows live CD
> >Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 17:06:36 +1000
> >On 11/09/06, Mike J <astro_mikel at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >>Hello all,
> >>Has been involved with windows xp live cds?
> >>I was hoping to have labs of notebooks that could use windows live
> >>login to a domain and use office etc....
> >Why must the notebooks be running live CDs? perhaps if you told us more
> >what you want to use it for we could suggest alternatives.
> >Hit me: <http://robin.shannon.id.au>
> >Jab me: <FIRSTNAME at LASTNAME.id.au>
> >I wanted to be John Cleese and it took some time to realize the job was
> >fact taken. - DNA
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