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Linux for children: Tux4Kids and Knoppix

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Linux isn't just for us big geeks anymore.
The Open Source Education Foundation and Tux4Kids have made a prototype kid-oriented version of the well-regarded "runs from a CD without installing" Knoppix distribution. It still has some rough edges, but my associate reviewers -- Shantia Younger (age 9) and Earl Holly (age 8) -- both found a lot to like. So did their mom, Alicia Younger (age 27), although she had one major complaint that further development will probably make worse instead of solving.
 read more | mail this link | score:7434 | -Ray, February 5, 2003
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