[K12OSN] NCLS-TuXlabs for Schools: A smashing success!

Jim Kronebusch jim at winonacotter.org
Tue Jun 20 00:26:03 UTC 2006

On Mon, 19 Jun 2006 17:26:59 -0500 (Central Daylight Time), Jonte' Wipf wrote
> Yeah, thanks to all who made the K12LTSP conference in Minneapolis 
> I was totally new to the project and it is definitely something were
> interested in. Perhaps the greatest benefit for me was seeing that other
> schools around Minnesota are "using" Linux throughout their 
> schools... even the "classroom" projects were super inspiring. Some 
> of us use Linux in a different way, but I think the K12LTSP project 
> would be a much simpler and easier way to accomplishing this task. 
> Thank you guys so much for putting this on.
> PS. Please put me down as a contributor in whichever way I can, for 
> the next K12LTSP conference here in Minnesota. I'm just a beginner 
> to all the Linux stuff but I'd still like to help to make Linux a 
> success and a viable solution for schools.
> - Jonte

Jonte, glad to see you joined the list!

I hope you were able to get LTSP 4.2 downloaded and installed on either your 
production server or a test SUSE 10.1 server.

I would recommend posting that you are looking to install LTSP 4.2 (from 
www.ltsp.org) on a SUSE 10.1 server here and see if anyone has any tips for 

I am sure that Petre will add you to the list for the next conference!

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