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How client devices locate a TMS server
The TMS agent's (tms_client's) default TMS server discovery behaviour (the "auto" method) tries the "dhcp" method first, then the "static" method (values default to hostname "tms" and port 8085), and ...
What is TLXOS? Is it Linux? What parts of it are proprietary?
Yes, TLXOS is Linux.  It's is a slightly modified version of Debian stable (currently 10 (Buster) for 4.9.x or 8 (Jessie) for 4.8.x).  TLXOS RPi IoT is based on Raspbian instead of Debian because Debi...
How secure is TLXOS? / TLXOS design overview
It's difficult to answer a generic question about TLXOS "lockdown", because this is a vague term that means different things to different customers.  We have conflicting requirements from customers th...
Is TLXOS 32-bit or 64-bit?
RePC and NUC32 (ISFF) are both, NUC64 (ISFF/SFF) is 64-bit, RPi and RPi IoT are 32-bit. On x86 platforms, TLXOS uses a 32-bit userspace but (typically) a 64-bit kernel.  SFF/ISFF (a.k.a. NUC32/NUC64) ...
OpenVPN support limitations
Support for OpenVPN VPNs in TMS 8.2.0 and TLXOS 4.8.0/4.9.0 is very basic.  In later releases we will provide interactive controls for VPN configuration, and support other schemes such as L2TP/IPSEC, ...
Default USB redirection policies
TMS 8.2.0 and later allows you to specify per-USB-device overrides for the default USB redirection policy (for modes that support USB redirection), but doesn't tell you what those policies actually ar...
How does TLXOS differ from other Thin Client software?
You don't have to buy our hardware. ThinLinX is currently a software-only company.  We don't sell hardware, so you are free to acquire whatever compatible hardware you wish.  We can't guarantee that T...