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Old 08-05-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
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DISCUSSION: Simple Robust And Cost Effective Computers For villages


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Author: Siji Sunny(CDAC-MUMBAI) http://foss.in/2005/schedules/talkde...kcode=E1030043 As per our project objectives, we were aiming to build and support community initiatives to produce and disseminate free/open source software systems, applications and content to help proliferate wide-spread use of IT in our society especially in villages. But to establish this requires resources like high speed computers, large amounts of disk space etc. So it is essential to find out a new solution for solving this problem,and this necessity guides us the invention of below described solutions which supports Indian language by using our Linux Operating system called as janabhaaratii Live CD .
 
  


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