Linux for education (or Li-f-e)

I have been reviewing the “Linux for education” series since opensuse 12.3 was used as the base.  Check this SEARCH LINK for previous related posts.

Today, there was news about the future of the series:

Apparently, the group that prepares this is no longer able to base them on opensuse, because the opensuse live installer has stopped being supported.  The tentative plan is to base future Li-f-e versions on ubuntu.

I’m sad to see this change.  While I do prefer to use the DVD installer, live media with a live installer is often a good introduction for people who are new to the distro.


About Neil Rickert

Retired mathematician and computer scientist who dabbles in cognitive science.

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