what do you think?
Because you never know when six people will need to use the same computer at the same time.
HOWTO: build a multi-user Linux system.
From the page: " The advantages of multi-seat systems in schools, Internet cafes, and libraries include more than just saving money. They include much lower noise pollution, much less power consumption, and lowered space requirements."
Looks like the people that commented failed to read the part that said the system crashed repeatedly!
I love the concept. It has it's faults just like everything does, but it's still awesome.
Once again, we show that Linux has the capability to be used by more than one user. This is true multi-user, unlike the thing that MS Windows has.
schools should do this.
This tutorial shows how to build a multi-head, multi-user Linux box using a recent distribution of Linux and standard USB keyboards and mice. Xorg calls this arrangement a "multi-seat" system.
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How to let 6 users work concurrently on one computer-system.