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Edubuntu 14.04.2 LTS released! http://www.edubuntu.org/ #edubuntu

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Edubuntu 14.04 has been released: http://edubuntu.org/news/14.04-release

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After 7 years of development, Calibre reaches version 1! Congratulations to the Calibre team from Edubuntu!

http://calibre-ebook.com/new-in/ten

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This week, we've released the 3rd out of 4 instalments of the 12.04 Long Term Support edition of Edubuntu. Thanks to everyone who supports this project!

http://edubuntu.org/news/12.04.3-release

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Edubuntu used to deliver Khan Academy content in Khayelitsha, a poor community close to Cape Town, South Africa #edubuntu  #khanacademy #capetown   #southafrica  

Khan Academy Comes to Cape Town

Edubuntu 13.04 is now available! http://edubuntu.org/news/13.04-release #edubuntu #ubuntu

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Creative parenting.
Blank screen if kid yell too much! #LoL   #Geek   #NiceAnswer  
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Alhumdulillah.

I got LTSP server install of +Edubuntu 12.04 working nicely in my institute Lab. I took the shot after I turned off other systems(I had 4-5 clients working). It was awesome.

Many thanks to my Teacher who gave me the go to install(the one with the glass wallpaper is the LTSP server) and work on it to get it working, even though the default IP that LTSP uses(192.168.0.254) caused a hiccup in the institute network after installation. My classmates also helped greatly.

Also thanks to brother +Jonathan Carter who was patient with me :-) and brother +Chris Staunton .

I will do a detail report on it with system configs of the machine, cause the performance went a bit down after 3 clients. The machines in the lab are average PCs.
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And there it's one hour of discussion between +Daniel Holbach and +Jonathan Carter and +Stéphane Graber from the Edubuntu team.

Covering most of our goals for 14.04, demoing Edubuntu Server and answering questions from the community.

Enjoy!
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