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From: John Mason Jr <john.mason.jr () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 17:45:10 -0400
They are cheaper at CDW
On Apr 26, 2013, at 5:34 PM, Warren Kumari <warren () kumari net> wrote:
On Apr 26, 2013, at 4:52 PM, John Mason <john.mason.jr () gmail com> wrote:
Oh yeah, that's the one… $470.. Now I remember why I didn't buy one when I first saw it…
On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 4:49 PM, Warren Kumari <warren () kumari net> wrote:
On Apr 23, 2013, at 5:36 PM, shawn wilson <ag4ve.us () gmail com> wrote:
I'm looking at an IP-KVM. I don't need anything high res as I only
need to see Linux consoles, BIOS, and RAID. What I am looking for:
Non-Java client that runs on Linux (or a WebUI that will deploy a
decent RDP or VNC session over SSL).
Decent/configurable key mappings (ie, I've had a KVM a while ago where
you had to pull down a menu for F-keys - not cool).
Decently priced dongles (say ~$100?)
I started looking at the Raritan devices (which can be found really
cheap on ebay) but I only see a Java client and no mention of
installing a client on Linux.
Related -- kinda.
A while back someone used to sell a cable / thingie that would allow you to use your laptop as a keyboard and
monitor. Basically it had a VGA / HDMI and PS/2 port on one side, and a USB port on the other -- you'd plug the USB
into your laptop (and run some client) and the VGA / PS/2 into a server, machine, whatever. Whatever the server sent
would show up on the laptop -- basically this means you can avoid having a crash cart. I've done a crappy job of
explaining it, but does anyone know what I'm on about? Who made this? It is still available?
"Have you got any previous convictions?"
"Well, I dunno... I suppose I used to believe very firmly that a penny saved is a penny earned--"
-- Terry Pratchett
It's a mistake trying to cheer up camels. You might as well drop meringues into a black hole. -- Terry Prachett
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