In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, ano### [at] anonymousorg says...
> Hi folks,
> can someone recommend a Linux distribution satisfying the following
> - 64 bit
> - long-term support
> - headless operation
> - FAST remote GUI access from a Windows desktop
I use Ubuntu. I install the server edition so I get a text console. If
you install the Workstation, then you get a gui console. It might be no
big deal but that's what I prefer. The server edition doesn't come with
X proper, so I run `sudo apt-get install xclock` and it pulls in all of
If you're really counting megabits then learn ye vnc
I use/support 6000 boxes. (Is it really a lan when you use all of 10/8
?) Most of the time I use ssh, but when I need to run our store's app, I
use vnc, which gives me a remote desktop that is fast.
X is a pig is a pig is a pig. Wait, let me say that again. X-is-a-pig-
uh! autowrap, I'll need to redraw. But first I have to unload my buffer.
X-is-a-pig-(don't move your mouse!)is-pig-is-a-pig.
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