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Skolelinux/Debian-Edu is an operating system intended for educational use and a Debian Pure Blend3 The free and open source software project was founded in Norway in 2001 and is by now being internationally developed Its name is a direct translation of "school linux" from Norwegian, skole derived from the Latin word schola

Contents

  • 1 Design and principles
  • 2 History
  • 3 Releases
  • 4 Funding
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Design and principlesedit

Skolelinux offers four different installation profiles on one compact disk that will easily install a pre-configured educational network, including a main server, workstations and Thin client-servers In short, its major goals are to:

  • Create a Linux distribution tailored for schools – based on their needs and resources
    • Simplify maintenance of computer facilities
    • Provide a thin client-solution, which eases maintenance, reduces costs and allows use of old hardware
  • Cut costs by using open source software and re-using old hardware
  • Identify and facilitate suitable programs for use in the schools
  • Enable teachers to provide high quality IT teaching to their students
  • Localize the IT infrastructure by translating the software pages to both official writing forms of Norwegian – Bokmål and Nynorsk, as well as Northern Sami This goal is later extended to reach out to all languages though in schools around the world

Historyedit

The Skolelinux project was started on July 2, 2001 Twenty-five computer programmers and translators agreed to improve the use of software in education4 They disliked that the next generation of computer users were not able to have access to source code, arguing that children who are interested should be able to learn from expert programmers to create their own software Other developers, especially the translators, were interested in providing computer programs in the students' native languages These developers thought that students should be able to navigate the internet by having "road signs" they would understand

The Skolelinux project was associated with the member organisation "Linux in schools", which was founded on July 16, 2001 "Linux in schools" later changed its name to "Free Software in Schools" by the annual meeting on October 16, 2004 German teachers, developers and translators joined Skolelinux throughout 2002 In 2003, Skolelinux was included step-by-step as a standard part of Debian

Since 2003, many developers from around the world have joined the project, with developers in France, Greece and Germany being the most active The Skolelinux project also cooperates with many other free educational software projects such as LTSP, gnuLinEx, Edubuntu, K12LTSP, KDE, Gnome, Firefox and OpenOfficeorg Similar organisations have also been established in Spain, Germany,5 Latvia, France, Brasil and Denmark

Skolelinux has been a major contributor to rewriting the Debian-Installer In addition, Skolelinux has conducted extensive development and testing of thin clients and diskless workstations as a part of the new LTSP version 5

A total of 196 schools using Skolelinux are currently listed on the DebianEdu Wiki This case study6 of implementing Skolelinux at a school in Greece is typical of user experiences7

Releasesedit

Version Date Comment
10 2004-06-20 codenamed "Venus" after the almost concurrent Venus transit, is based on Debian Woody
20 2006-03-14 codenamed "DebianEdu" after Skolelinux was adopted as part of the Debian sub-project with that name, is based on Debian Sarge
30 2007-07-22 codenamed "Terra", is based on Debian Etch8
50 2010-02-09 aka Debian Edu 504+edu0 is based on Debian Lenny9
60 2012-03-11 aka Debian Edu 604+edu0 is based on Debian Squeeze10
71 2013-09-28 aka Debian Edu 71+edu0 is based on Debian Wheezy11
80 2016-07-02 aka Debian Edu 8+edu0 is based on Debian Jessie12

Fundingedit

Skolelinux development is sponsored by the SLX Debian Labs Foundation on a yearly basis The Norwegian Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Reform and Administration has sponsored the project Also private donors and companies have provided sponsorship This helps organize 7–10 developer gatherings annually in Norway, Spain and Germany

See alsoedit

  • Open-source software portal
  • Comparison of Linux distributions
  • List of Linux distributions

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Distribution Release: Debian Edu/Skolelinux 8+edu0" Distrowatch 2016-07-03 Retrieved 2016-07-03 
  2. ^ "First Jessie based Debian Edu beta release" Debian Edu 2015-04-26 Retrieved 2015-04-27 
  3. ^ "Debian Edu/Skolelinux: A distribution for education" Linux Weekly News 2012-03-28 Retrieved 2013-05-05 
  4. ^ Haugnes, Gunhild 2001-07-25 "Dugnad for gratis programvare" Aftenpostenno Retrieved 2012-03-14 
  5. ^ Gramlich, Kurt "Skolelinux – Free Software in Education" Skolelinux Team Germany Retrieved 2012-02-28 
  6. ^ Giannis, Kondylis "Skolelinux thin client solution" https://schoolforgenet/education-case-studies Schoolforgenet Retrieved 2012-02-28  External link in |work= help
  7. ^ Blaatid, Jan "Experiences from the Use of Skolelinu" PDF NorOSIne Retrieved 2012-02-28 
  8. ^ DebianEdu 2007-07-22 "Press release DebianEdu-30 "Terra"" DebianEdu Wiki Retrieved 2007-07-24  External link in |work= help
  9. ^ Holger Levsen 2010-02-09 "Lenny based Debian Edu 504+edu0 available aka Skolelinux" Debian Edu Announce mailinglist Retrieved 2010-02-09  External link in |work= help
  10. ^ Debian press team 2012-03-11 ""Squeeze" based Debian Edu version released" Debian Edu Announce mailinglist Retrieved 2012-03-14  External link in |work= help
  11. ^ David Prévot 2013-09-28 "Debian Edu / Skolelinux Wheezy – a complete Linux solution for your school" Retrieved 2013-09-29 
  12. ^ Laura Arjona Reina 2016-07-02 "Debian Edu / Skolelinux Jessie — a complete Linux solution for your school" 

External linksedit

  • Official website
  • Skolelinux at DistroWatch
  • Debian Edu/Skolelinux Project Wiki
  • Debian Edu/Skolelinux project press coverage list

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