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Saving money in education with K12LTSP

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The K12 Linux Terminal Server Project is a thin client distro intended for use in schools.
K12LTSP is available in both Fedora Core and CentOS-based editions. The distribution is in widespread use throughout North America and parts of Europe, and, together with Edubuntu and Skole Linux, is generally considered one of the leading educational versions of GNU/Linux.

Arkiletian's lab consists of a single server and 30 clients. The lab's size makes it less complex than some K12LTSP installations that are deployed school-wide, but still large enough to make it a representative case study.
 read more | mail this link | score:6442 | -Ray, January 26, 2007
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