S. Dale Morrey
sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 01:50:56 MDT 2013
Ok thanks. I remember some years back there was talk about it integrating
with some sort of server for use in schools or something. However my brain
is a bit rusty lately.
Sometimes when open source projects grow into a niche like schools or
enterprise, they ditch home use.
Now I'm just curious about that weblive thing. I seriously wonder how that
works and just how meaty the server needs to be to handle it.
I wouldn't have time to admin anything like that, but I do have some idle
capacity with AWS I could donate if it doesn't need too much.
Does anyone know what the weblive thing is all about?
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 12:18 AM, Nathan England <nathan at nmecs.com> wrote:
> On Sunday, June 23, 2013 11:18:30 PM S. Dale Morrey wrote:
> > Finally a linux question for the group!
> > I am about to re-purpose an older laptop for my 5 year old daughter and 3
> > year old son.
> > I used to put edubuntu on childrens laptops as a matter of course, but
> > been a few years.
> > I wanted to give it a try to make sure it wouldn't be too complicated for
> > them but then I saw this...
> > https://edubuntu.org/weblive
> > Does this really mean that edubuntu's requirements require a dedicated
> > server or is that for something else?
> > Thanks!
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> It looks to me like WebLive is just that, a web browser based Live version
> edubuntu for you to try from within your web browser. Like a citrix remote
> client or vnc session or something. Pretty slick actually, but not required
> for use on your laptop!
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