My sCool Server – the company’s first commercial product is a feature-packed appliance for powering computer labs, smart classrooms and offline content e-libraries.
In an exclusive interview with EFY bureau, Jigish Gohil, Co-Founder and Chief Product Architect, Recherche Tech LLP talks about their product, the company’s sales strategy, open source ecosystem and how they built a business around it.
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The complete overview of what is the My sCool Server and how it benefits your school.
Get one for your school, sponsor a school, become our partner or reseller visit http://myscoolserver.com Please do share it with interested sponsors/schools/dealers/anyone you think will make it reach right audience, thanks
Li-f-e: Linux for Education based on Ubuntu MATE 18.04.2 x86_64/amd64 is available for download.
Comes with MATE 1.20.1, Linux 4.18.0-15-generic, Firefox 65, Libreoffice 18.104.22.168, and many applications suitable for education and home environment.
Get it from https://sourceforge.net/projects/cyberorg-home/files/Li-f-e/
Get it from here.
This Li-f-e: Linux for Education release is based on Ubuntu MATE 18.04 LTS, it comes bundled with all the applications that were part of previous Li-f-e releases and few new additions.
See Ubuntu MATE bug tracker for known issues.
Here is a short video of how My sCool Server(MSS) can connect to your educational institution computer lab’s LAN and instantly give full featured operating system on all the connected PCs out of the box(No installation/configuration required).
For more details visit http://myscoolserver.com
I have not been actively participating in openSUSE project for some time now, as a result there has not been much to blog about on openSUSE Lizards blog, there is a new blog at https://cyberorg.wordpress.com to blog about what I have been and will be up to with Li-f-e: Linux for Education project among other things. I am also now “Member Emeritus” of the openSUSE community due to lack of participation, so firstname.lastname@example.org email address will no longer work, please use @cyberorg.info if you need to get in touch with me.
After almost a decade of bringing you Li-f-e: Linux for Education based on openSUSE, it is now based on Ubuntu MATE LTS releases. I hope to provide the same excellent user experience that you have come to expect. Download it from here. Reason for this change is mentioned in previous post and it’s discussion(lack of interest/time/skills by anyone for maintaining live installer). You can of course easily enable Education Build Service repository to install packages on standard openSUSE or use susestudio to create your own spin with Education packages.
To new beginnings…