I haven't myself used companies like "SafeDesk" before. But do understand that K12LTSP already *is* a turnkey (or should I say "turndisc"? :-) ) solution. That's actually the point of K12LTSP; Eric Harrison takes Fedora Core or CentOS, adds the LTSP bits, and throws in a bunch of educational apps. It's a complete, self-contained distribution. When you're done clicking through the installation, boom, you have a working educational LTSP setup.
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Joshua Sommermeyer wrote:
Greetings! I have been lurking for some time but have finally downloaded and burned my set of K12LTSP disks... I am planning a 2 lab installation for next year and am also talking to a company called "SafeDesk" they offer a turnkey solution (at a cost) with support and such. Have any of you had experience with SafeDesk or other 3rd party vendors that package LTSP and sell their services to schools? Thanks! _________________________________________ Joshua D. Sommermeyer Assistant Principal - Technology Director Concordia Lutheran High School (o) 281.351.2547 (f) 281.255.8806 www.concordiacrusaders.org sommermeyerj concordiacrusaders org +++The Mission of Concordia Lutheran High School is to Build Lives of Excellence upon the Foundation of Christ. +++ _______________________________________________ K12OSN mailing list K12OSN redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn For more info see <http://www.k12os.org>