openSUSE Education is a community driven project with the aim to provide the best Linux experience for students, teachers, parents and educational institutions. Visit http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Education for more information.
Li-f-e based on Ubuntu also available https://sourceforge.net/projects/cyberorg-home/files/Li-f-e/
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
I cannot believe that such a powerful, educational tool available for free to all schools, is so invisible to administrators. Just goes to show one reason our schools are failing. Cave people teaching a new generation of technology savy idiots......
The installer looks good. It gives you the chance to run a media check, has pop-up help, and is very clear. You have a choice of GUIs (or none) and you can also edit the list of programs to be installed. If you forget something, it’s very easy to use the DVD as a repository later. There are no media codecs provided, but persistant searching leads to a web page with a one-click installer.
I suggest it for students of all ages! :D
Very nice SUGAR works well as VMX and .iso