Installing SunRay Software Server 4.0 with OpenSUSE 10.2

Hi guys this is the result of tiring trial and error of installing this, what I want to stress is watch out with release number of a software!!! Below you can see the picture of a SunRay System, consists of Thin Client, Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse only

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Sun Ray with Sun Fire Server

Here is my not perfect understanding about this one. I will make further research about this one, since this also one of my job in my internship place.

IT guys, when you do programming all you have to do is just sit in front of your computer, write the code, process it by using your computer, and that’s it done. Well the key difference with Sun Ray that is the user still do the same thing, it just that all the process is not happening in your computer, but it happen in your server. So the job of Sun Ray is to provide the “remote desktop” interface to the user, to use this software you have to use some device that called thin client, and when you use this you have to input some card as your identification to log on to the server. It will cost around 75 USD for each client. My company said that it is the first pilot project in Indonesia that is supported by Sun Microsystem.

My office has some difficulties in managing this one, so they have not launch it. So if there anyone that has some knowledge in it, perhaps you can help us.