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openSUSE Education is a community driven project with the aim to provide the best Linux experience for students, teachers, parents and educational institutions. Use http://metalinker.org client or download manager to download files.

Follow the links below to find out more:

http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Education openSUSE Education Portal
http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Education-Li-f-e More about Li-f-e
http://lizards.opensuse.org/2013/12/17/announcing-opensuse-education-li-f-e-13-1 Release announcement
http://www.opensuse-education.org/~cyberorg/opensuse-edu-life-1311-packages.html List of all packages in the media

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Gnome Classic
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Mate Desktop
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Edu apps
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Boot menu
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Welcome
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Full multimedia


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  • Greg Lehmann
    Greg Lehmann
    2013-12-23

    Documentation for this project is non-existant. How do you expect people to decide on whether it is worth trying without some sort of writeup on what it contains? I suggest at the least you could say it is opensuse + some number of named packages (assuming that is what it is.) Take this as constructive criticism please. Since I have not been convinced to try this I can't give it a good review. I've given it the benefit of the doubt and called it average. There is a wiki available that could be used to do this

     
  • CyberOrg
    CyberOrg
    2013-12-23

    I agree it is non-existent on sourceforge as maintaining duplicated information which is already on openSUSE wiki does not make much sense. Added few links which gives more information about Li-f-e, and hey you got to experience Li-f-e for yourself reading features/documentation can't give accurate picture ;)

    BTW there is always: https://www.google.com/search?q=opensuse+education available.

     
  • Greg Lehmann
    Greg Lehmann
    2013-12-23

    awsome - thanks. I agree, but most people window shop before going in to try something on, but only if they see something first that might have possibilities.