Thai Tales: Taking Computers to Schools
Linux Journal presents:
Thai Tales: Taking Computers to Schools.
"SchoolNet has developed a Linux School Internet Server (Linux SIS) to be promoted and distributed to schools "as a cheaper alternative to using an expensive server software". Since its introduction, Linux-SIS has been very popular in Thailand. Project implementors say this has been due to its "excellent documentation in the Thai language, its simple-to-install CD-ROM and web-based server management" that allow one to manage it without the need to know any Unix commands."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Apr 30, 2002 )
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