>>>I have got a couple of sun ray 150 thin clients.
>>>Specs: Adjustable 15" LCD screen, Inbuilt speakers, Microphone,
>>>headphone, line-in, line-out & sockets, inbuilt smart card reader, 6
>>>USB ports, ethernet, power supply. (keyboard/mouse not included)
>>>Is anyone interested for $100 each? cheers,
>>>James (perth, WA)
>>What sort of keyboard/mouse do they use? As in, would the buyer have
>>to track down funny Sun keyboards, or will they be happy with USB
> The Sun Rays I've seen used USB. You'll need the server software from
> Sun though, and something tells me it's likely to be cheap.
The Sun Ray server software runs around $100 per user license according
to Sun's website. The server software will run on Linux at least (it
used to be Solaris only). Sun Rays are not X terminals. They use a
proprietary protocol, so Sun's server software is *required*.