[K12OSN] Preparing K12Linux F11
Michael J. Izak
mizak at worldnet.att.net
Wed Jun 3 13:31:26 UTC 2009
Please include Firefox and Thunderbird. When Thunderbird is included it
would be a whole lot easier for a lot of people to install the distro
and go from there without any more fiddling. Most wise people and small
law firms use Fedora and Thunderbird as a mail server only.
Warren Togami wrote:
> Hey folks,
> Fedora 11 is soon to be released. Sometime after that I will spin a
> new K12Linux Live Server ISO image.
> Currently the beta is under 1GB in size. Would folks prefer that the
> image include OpenOffice and educational apps? The image would likely
> be around 1.5GB in that case.
> Please reply here with a list of packages already in Fedora that you
> would like to be included in the image. Around mid-June I will spin
> up a release candidate for folks here to test.
> (It seems we shouldn't include Tuxtyping, Tuxmath and Tuxpaint because
> they are impossible to use over the network right?)
> * Can somebody volunteer to take charge of compiling the list?
> * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/Join
> If a package you want is not already in Fedora, then you need to
> follow the procedure to become a Fedora packager and add the package
> * No, we cannot include any packages not included in Fedora.
> * I am thinking to make the K12Linux F11 Live Server ISO x86-64 only
> as this is the majority of deployments. 32bit clients are supported
> by the 64bit server. 32bit servers are still possible if you install
> K12Linux on top of the standard Fedora 11.
> Warren Togami
> wtogami at redhat.com
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