In the trenches with a Linux installation


Bloomington High School North, a few miles down the road from here, is installing 279 Ubuntu Linux workstations as part of the Indiana ACCESS program. Simon Ruiz is in charge of the deployment, and he’s got a very detailed blog going on here describing all the ins and outs. Very interesting from a technical standpoint and from the viewpoint of getting all this technology ready to use in a high school setting. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to do a major installation of Linux, that blog appears to be the place to go.

[Hat tip: Ed-Tech Insider]

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4 responses to “In the trenches with a Linux installation

  1. That’s kind of surprising, given the crime problems that high school has. I assume there’s plenty of security (and I don’t mean network security).

    If you ever buy in Bloomington, the Bloomington South school district is the one you want — both for your kids, and property values.

  2. JimMc

    Nice, thanks for the link!

  3. RWP, given that we’re just about to finish our house here, I think moving to Bloomington is out of the question. Plus, it would be a long commute for the Mrs., who works on the north side of Indy!

  4. Well, you understand I wasn’t recommending moving to Bton …