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    HP ThinPro...? ThinConnect..? Debian..?

    Are these all the same thing, looking at the HP product range

    Thin Clients - comparison results Small & Medium Business - HP

    ..they seem to have three different offerings that are not Microsoft based, the the descriptions don't give much away.

    Anyone know if HP are moving away from Linux, it seems their new range of products aren't using it, unless they have just renamed it ThinConnect...?

    Can anyone clarify...

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    RE: HP ThinPro...? ThinConnect..? Debian..?

    I don't know a great deal about these but understand that the ThinPro OS is based on GNU/Linux. The machines run varying OSes on various processors, as you state.

    It'lll be interesting to hear whether you find any of them appropriate.

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