Fwd: RE: [K12OSN] I am the Teachertool Author...
cliebow at downeast.net
cliebow at downeast.net
Tue Feb 22 23:05:54 UTC 2005
i did this morning..i finally got my passwd change from windows
working..too much garbage in my smb.conf..particularly extra unix passwd
sync=yes unnecessary and screwing up the works..plus passwd chat line..
building three new servers and putting a fourth on line today..had a night
mare with kdm ..took forever to go from grayscreen/x to login..because rhel
4 by default loads ipv6 module...
standardized on rhel3 ..so i'll have five alike in cave hill beech hill
trenton hancock surry..plus my sandbox..
grat having you to lead this yokel; around a little in Boston..Ill never
go thtru a revolving door again without thinking of it
> Not sure you saw this thread....you should send your TeacherTool2
> David N. Trask
> Technology Teacher/Coordinator
> Vassalboro Community School
> dtrask at vcs.u52.k12.me.us
> ----- Original Message -----
> Tuesday, February 22, 2005 9:12:09 AM
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> From: "Support list for opensource software in schools."
> <k12osn at redhat.com>
> "Jim Kronebusch" <jim at winonacotter.org>
> Subject: RE: [K12OSN] I am the Teachertool Author...
> To: "'Robert Melton'" <rmelton at gmail.com>
> "'Support list for opensource software in schools.'" <k12osn at redhat.com>
> Bcc: David Trask
> >> Currently, TeacherTool lacks a home (it was software written
> >> in a day for a friend), I will create a home for it on my
> >> companies website shortly (by the end of the week). I am
> >> trying to dig up modified versions so the community gets the
> >> best benefit from it -- I will merge all the good ideas into it.
> Hopefully Chuck Liebow will pick up this thread. He seems to use this
> heavily and has added some features such as a runspy button (allows the
> teacher to view students sessions and take control if desired). He most
> likely would have the most up to date versions for you to take a look
> On another note, if you could work on this again it would be awesome. I
> am not sure if you are familiar with Apple Remote Desktop or the old
> Network Assistant, but I see TeacherTool as being the Linux alternative.
> The main tools in ARD that I use are the following:
> Copy software/links to client machines (maybe could incorporate the
> k12ltsp push icons script)
> Control/Observe specific students machines
> Running task list by client (gives an idea of what they are up to before
> Kill all running programs/processes per client
> Client Shutdown/Restart (Easy way on weekends to shut down all labs
> remotely, but probably tough with thins)
> I have not been able to use the current TeacherTool yet but will
> shortly. I am assuming it only gives access to viewing users on the
> same server that the tool is running on. So if it is not available yet
> the ability to add multiple servers to the same tool with access via
> dropdown could be handy. Might ease administration of larger
> Thanks for the resparked interest, and go nuts :-)
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