[CoLoCo] I converted an elementary school to Linux
David L. Willson
DLWillson at TheGeek.NU
Fri Aug 8 05:08:46 BST 2008
It's easy; right Jeff? Practically installs itself... :-)
Hey, add RMSEL to the list of "Linux wins" in schools. They have two terminal server
(K12LTSP) nets, and a pretty rich back-office, all in Linux. Actually, right now, it's
nore of an example of what NOT to do, but I'm rebuilding the whole thing, so next year,
it'll be a model network.
On Thu, 7 Aug 2008 21:27:20 -0600, Mark Gomez wrote
> That's awesome. Would it be possible to come take a look or possibly help
> you with the backup build? I'd like to do something similar at our school
> and it may be a big help to see it in action.
> On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 8:58 PM, Darrin Goodman <darrin.goodman at gmail.com>wrote:
> > I just (mostly) completed converting Free Horizon Montessori in Arvada to
> >> Open Source, with emphasis on
> > Jeffrey,
> > W A Y T O G O ! ! !
> > That's great news! Perhaps more schools will follow.
> > I'm a little curious as to how many computers you are talking about, and
> > how long did the process take from start to finish, including time spent
> > training folks, etc.
> > - Darrin
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