[Thinlinc-announce] ThinLinc 4.7.0 released

Pierre Ossman ossman at cendio.se
Wed Nov 2 12:18:46 CET 2016

Cendio are proud to present ThinLinc 4.7.0, with more than 30 
enhancements and fixes. The most prominent changes are:

* ThinLinc has adopted a different approach to the requirement of a LSB
   compliant system. LSB specific packages, libraries or commands are no
   longer required. Instead ThinLinc Setup verifies that the specific
   standard libraries and commands specified by LSB are present on the
   system. This change was made as a result of Debian and Ubuntu
   removing LSB specific tools and packages.

* The session startup has gotten an overhaul. Sessions are now started
   via the user's chosen shell, rather than always bash. This means that
   any custom startup files the user has will now affect ThinLinc
   sessions. Forceful termination of the session has also been changed
   to behave more like modern systems expects it to.

* The Web Access client has gotten a graphical update. The entire
   browser window can now be used for the session as the control bar can
   be hidden away.

A detailed description of the this release is available at
https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/docs/relnotes/4.7.0 .

The client and server software can be downloaded directly from our
web page. As before, the software is completely free for up to 10
concurrent users. You can also test ThinLinc 4.7.0 by creating an
account on our demo system.

Get started using ThinLinc 4.7.0 by visiting our getting started
page at https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/how-to-get-started

Pierre Ossman           Software Development
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