I have a couple of 'bench' LCDs if we need them. I think they are 19".
I've got two lcd's here at work that we are getting rid of. I'll bring them if it helps.
No prob. Ill also be bringing a toshiba satellite (turion64,2gb) and another p4 dell. As we decomission more hardware I'll make sure it all gets donated.
On May 5, 2010 12:29 PM, "helios" <hel...@fixedbylinux.com> wrote:
That will work buddy...since we cannot use CRT's anymore for individual kids installs, those are extremely valuable to us. Thanks muches and please pass along my thanks to your boss. If he needs a receipt for taxes let me know.
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 11:26 AM, RW <thedisenfranc...@gmail.com> wrote:
USB sticks (and enough of them) should more than suffice. With enough USB
sticks we can literally set up as many install stations as we have table space, monitors (11+?) and power to handle. I think I heard Ken say that keyboards and mice were in abundant supply.
It is important to stay aware of power concerns and how things might be done without tripping the power.
I can certainly bring a few pre-built
plpbt CDs with me for those boxes that might need a jump-start.
Could you bring about 20?
We also need to have a plan to accommodate machines with no USB at all, and we'll need a few full install CDs made from the same .iso that the USB sticks are built from.
The install will be a bit larger than a CD - more than 2 gigs. What are the chances that a machine within specs won't have USB?
Finally, anything that will not boot from a CD could be handled similarly by booting from a floppy and then pointing to a CD to continue -- but do we really want to go there?
Doubtful - all the recommended specs place an acceptable machine a bit outside of the boot from floppy to CD range.