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ThinLinc – a remote desktop server from Cendio | ThinLinc …

ThinLinc is a software product which enables organisations to implement a server-based computing infrastructure. By centralising computing resources in the data center rather than distributing them amongst end-users, IT systems become more efficent, secure and accessible.

https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/what-is-thinlinc

ThinLinc Download | ThinLinc by Cendio

Download ThinLinc Server Bundle (Linux only) Cendio offers these downloads primarily for evaluation and testing purposes. For large organizations, multiple testing licenses and technical support are provided during the evaluation upon request.

https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/download

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https://www.thinglink.com/login

ThinLinc – Purdue University

Please visit the login server instead. Version 4.11.0 (build 6323) on ecegrid-thin4.ecn.purdue.edu Copyright © Cendio AB 2019Cendio AB 2019

https://ecegrid-thin4.ecn.purdue.edu/main/agent

Download, install, and configure ThinLinc Client to use …

Install ThinLinc Client on your personal computer as you would any other application. If you need help, refer to the platform-specific installation instructions in Chapter 8 of Cendio’s ThinLinc Administrator’s Guide.. Once ThinLinc Client is installed on your personal computer, launching the application opens the ThinLinc Client login window:

https://kb.iu.edu/d/aput

ITaP Research Computing – Knowledge

Search knowledge: ThinLinc. ITaP Research Computing provides ThinLinc as an alternative to running an X11 server directly on your computer. It allows you to run graphical applications or graphical interactive jobs directly on Rice through a persistent remote graphical desktop session.

https://www.rcac.purdue.edu/knowledge/rice/accounts/login/thinlinc

ThinLinc

Username: Password:

https://midway-login1.rcc.uchicago.edu/main/

ThinLinc – Technical University of Denmark

ThinLinc is a technology for connecting to the G-Bar system from e.g. your own home computer. Just like ICA, VNC and RDesktop, ThinLinc incorporates several (open source) technologies (VNC, SSH, etc) and it is also possible to play sound through your ThinLinc connection.

http://gbar.dtu.dk/faq/43-thinlinc

ThinLinc – IT-wiki

If your server has a minimal CentOS/RHEL installation without a GNOME or other desktop, the ThinLinc client login won’t have any available desktops. Install GNOME (NOTICE: puts a heavy load on the server) by: yum groups install “GNOME Desktop” Install Xfce Desktop Environment (lightweight desktop).

https://wiki.fysik.dtu.dk/it/ThinLinc

ThinLinc

Version 4.8.0 (build 5456) on desktop.rice.rcac.purdue.edu Copyright © Cendio AB 2017Cendio AB 2017

https://desktop.rice.rcac.purdue.edu:300/main/

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