I’m new to the principle of network boot and I was wondering if this is possible.
Computer A runs openSUSE. Computer B is an older, slower computer. Computer A and computer B are connected using an Ethernet cable that supports two-way transport. Can I use network boot on computer B to use the OS on computer A remotely while computer A is being used too? Does it involve RDP? Will the remote user experience noticeable lags/delays? What do I need to install on computer A to make this happen?
I’ve figured out that I’ll probably need a minimalistic Linux distro that boots right into a Remote Desktop Protocol login prompt. Do you know any distros that fit this description? Can I deploy them with PXE?
You have forgotten to start ssh server (insserv sshd && rcsshd restart), also setup network related variables DHCPD_IFACES and SERVER_IPS in /etc/sysconfig/kiwi-ltsp after configuring network then run kiwi-ltsp-setup -c.