[ubuntu-za] Bayside High School Hout Bay, Cape Town
William Walter Kinghorn
williamk at dut.ac.za
Wed Mar 25 12:18:39 GMT 2009
Do you mean Alternate CD, not lts
From: ubuntu-za-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com [ubuntu-za-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Hilton Theunissen [hilton at inkululeko.co.za]
Sent: 25 March 2009 14:13
To: Ubuntu South African Local Community
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-za] Bayside High School Hout Bay, Cape Town
Download of a copy of 8.10 lts as well as edubuntu add-on CD. or go to
one of the freedom toasters and toast yourselve some nice software
boot server from 8.04 lts cd, then simply follow prompts ps. remember
you must select lts and not desktop version, server ip works well with
install should take between 30-35minutes.
once you are done, pop-in the add on cd, select all the educational apps
and hit install.
create users,setup printer,etc.
now boot the workstations you have via network and boom all 7 pc's can
be used by as many users you create.
David Mark Bodmer wrote:
> Hi all,
> Ive been helping out with the computers at my old school.
> They have a few (7) desktop pc's that have XP on them, but they are
> running poorly due to users having admin access.
> They just bought a new server computer in the hopes that they can get
> each user his own little space to store personal/school/homework
> documents in.
> But after running short on funding for the operation they found that
> server 2003 would cost too much.
> I am an MCSE and i know that with the correct software i could set up
> this environment for them. But as for Ubuntu im not so sure i have the
> So I come to you, asking if maybe there is some way this can all be
> done with ubuntu/linux, so that users can have a personal share of the
> 1/2TB on the server, and be able to do all homework, and whatnot!!
> And if somebody could jump aboard this with me to get it done.
> Its in Houtbay, Capetown in the YMCA campgrounds. up payne street
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