[K12OSN] K12LSTP 7

Peter Scheie peter at scheie.homedns.org
Wed Mar 21 20:36:03 UTC 2007

Eric adds the LTSP bits, along with some KDE Edu and other bits, onto Fedora, or in this 
case, CentOS, to create K12LTSP version such-&-such.  The CentOS project has nothing to 
do with the K12LTSP project; K12LTSP just uses CentOS's software (as do many other 
projects).  So, you won't see anything about K12LTSP on the CentOS site.  I think the 
only place you'll find anything about 5.0EL is this mailing list.  There is no marketing 
department that distributes this info, there's just us, and that 'us' includes you.;-)


Mel Wade wrote:
> This looks like its worth perusing.  I see the CentOS info at 
> CentOS.org, but I don't see any K12LTSP information...  How does this work?
> On 3/21/07, *Henry Hartley * <henryhartley at westat.com 
> <mailto:henryhartley at westat.com>> wrote:
>     Mel Wade  wrote:
>      >>
>      >> Where can I find form information on the 5.0EL version and what
>      >> will be in it?  I've Googled and looked on k12LSTP.org and have
>      >> not found anything...
>     The EL versions are based on CentOS so you probably can find out most of
>     what you want by looking at the CentOS site (www.centos.org
>     <http://www.centos.org>).  There is
>     a note on the main page about the version 5 beta.
>     CentOS 5 is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 which in turn is based
>     on Fedora Core 6.
>     --
>     Henry
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