[K12OSN] Making K12LTSP "school friendly"

Petre Scheie petre at maltzen.net
Tue Feb 15 18:10:54 UTC 2005

I'm running Win4Lin on my server for some Windows apps, and it works 
fine.  However, with respect to the packages you listed, will the sound 
work on the client if they're run on top of Win4Lin?  The apps I use 
don't need sound, so I've never tested that aspect of it; but for kids' 
stuff, I suspect sound will be crucial in some cases.


Steve Hargadon wrote:
> I visited with the folks at Win4Lin this last week, and they are
> willing to take any sofware that we say is critical for schools and
> get it configured and running for the email garden we're hosting at
> NECC 2005 in Philadelphia in June.
> Here's the list I compiled from this thread so far:
> Oregon Trail
> Reader Rabbit
> Jumpstart Math
> Kidspiration/Inspiration
> Accelerated Reader
> Carmen SanDeigo
> They would also like to "test case" a couple of schools that are
> currently using LTSP and want to run certain Windows apps.  Let me
> know if you are interested.  Pretty good opportunity...
> Steve

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