[K12OSN] K12LTSP references in Spanish
bear2bar at netscape.net
Fri Sep 10 04:24:04 UTC 2004
Yes the info would be very useful & it is here in the Americas. Although
I can't give out too many details a large refurbishing computer company
has been providing systems to communities in need but the license cost
of M$ has become excessive & they need an alternative. I proposed using
Linux but they know very little about it hence the request for reference
installs & Spanish deployments.
Mi habla une poco espagnole .... but not enough to write up something ;-)
microman at cmosnetworks.com wrote:
> norbert wrote:
>> We're looking at setting up schools in a Spanish community with
>> K12ltsp systems, but they would like both documentation and referrals
>> of other like Spanish installations. They don't want to be the first !!
>> Any assistance in this would be greatly appreciated.
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> I don't know of any K12LTSP documentation in Spanish, but I do recall
> reading on NewsForge a month or two ago about someone who did X11 thin
> clients in Central America using, I believe, LTSP. He was down in
> Nicaragua and used SuSE Linux, since 1.) he was most familiar with
> that distro, and 2.) his employer wanted to use SuSE. If you think
> it'll help, I'll see if I can dig up that article.
> Is this a Spanish (i. e. in Spain) community or is it here in the
> Americas? Just curious.
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