Linux at Holt Public Schools

How a public school system in Michigan has used WAN links and Linux proxy servers to upgrade its computer network.
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Linux program at your school

Angelina Padilla's picture

Are you using the Linux program at your school? The reason I am asking is because I am doing a research paper on the Linux program for my Masters program. I am interested in sending a survey for your students to fill out comparing the Linux program to the Microsoft program. If so and I have permission to do this, would you be willing to submit the survey and send the results back to me? I do not need names on the survey for confidentiality purposes.

Thank you
Angelina Padilla
apadilla04@hotmail.com

Linux Distro

Melissa's picture

Hi Angelina,

I happen to see your post here and was interested in which distro you are using or familiar with, I would like to provide you with some information on Guardian Digital EnGarde Secure Linux.

Please let us know if you are interested.

Thank you
Melissa

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