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I'm a new member and consider myself as a newbie (still learning).
Just want to give all of you a tip for a distro which is beiing developed by some norwegians for the school. Or you may call it a further development of the LTSP.org distro.
We have been using it for general testing and ar implementing it at a larger scale now in these days, this scale will include 6 schools in my community where i work at (IT dept). these 6 are all of the schools in my community.(!)
We are implementing this for both teachers and students, so they are almost clean Linux schools, only the administration are going to run on Citrix/Win. But still, this is really cool.
visit www . skolelinux. org/no for more info.
This post should maybe been posted at success stories, since i feel that a whole community whereas almost 90% og the schools pc's are/or will in the end going to run Linux OS, is pretty nice i think.
Well, here is a new member which is going to visit these forums more often, and are becoming more and more an enthusiastic of this fantastic distro.