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Old 07-19-2017
Converct fat pc to thin client

I have old pc with 1gb ram

and i wont to convert him to thin clint to connect rdp windos

With software i need to install on my computer?

I am new in linux..

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# 2  
Old 07-19-2017
Take a look at Lubuntu. Personally, I would rather upgrade my hardware than run an old PC. Even a 64 bit dual core pentium would be better that 32 bit anything. You need much more memory to do anything non trivial. More memory than you can get from 32 bit hardware.

lubuntu | lightweight, fast, easier
# 3  
Old 07-20-2017
Thank you for the answer

How i can auto rdp when i turn on the pc (like the thinclient )

This is the VER that have on the thinclient?

Thanks

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Old 07-20-2017
First install an rdp client like rdesktop
Then configure this to autostart in your desktop.
If you want no desktop (that gives you the option of starting many rdp clients plus other applications), then I think you still need the desktop login and configure the rdp client as a session manager.
In theory you can even skip the desktop login: you only need to start an Xorg display server and the rdp client using a command like startx.
I am lacking practical experience...
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# 5  
Old 07-20-2017
I want no desktop
I dont understand how to do it
I am new in Linux

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# 6  
Old 07-20-2017
Crawl before you walk.

If you can get it running by hand, you'll have a better idea what you need to ask next.
# 7  
Old 07-23-2017
I try to install lubuntu and i got this message
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