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Re: [vox] [mk@itdc.edu: Linux Question]

I have been contacted by a number of admins of schools where they are
runing the whole Macintosh netbooting thing. One of these is a guy for a
K-12, but not in California.

Rob Lineweaver has done a lot of development with Netbooting Macs from
Linux Servers.

Dan Baker is also using Linux as a central server for netbooting Mac OS.

Links to their sites and e-mail addresses are available from:

I work at a university, so i do not count for K-12. :-(

There is a member of NBLUG (Lincoln Peters (?)) who is a high school
student and has been working at making Linux available on older machines
at his school (Rohnert Park Cotati High School, I think). You can try
speaking with him on the nblug mailing list http://www.nblug.org/ .

Hope this helps.


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On Thu, 22 Aug 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> he's not on the list, so if you want to respond, you'll have to cc him.
> pete
> ----- Forwarded message from MK Murlas <mk@itdc.edu> -----
> Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 15:53:11 -0700
> From: MK Murlas <mk@itdc.edu>
> Organization: itdc.edu
> X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.74 [en] (Win98; U)
> To: root@lugod.org, mk@itdc.edu
> Subject: Linux Question
> I was excited to learn about how linux is being using in schools while I
> was at
> LinuxWorld last week.  I have recently moved back to California and am
> in the
> process of building up my contacts.  While I am in the training
> business, my
> passion is getting affordable computing to K-12 schools.
> So, I am very interesting in finding CA schools and municipalities that
> have "embraced" linux
> as a replacement for microsoft or apple.  I want to learn about their
> experiences and figure
> out a way to help in the transition for other schools.  Do you know of
> any or of any one that
> might be able to point me in the right direction?
> I appreciate your help.
> Mary Kay Murlas
> ----- End forwarded message -----
> -- 
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> by looking for the right equation.  Most of us hate to read."
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