Current stable version: Debian Edu 6.0.7+r1 Codename "Squeeze"
DVD for i386, amd64
The multi-architecture DVD ISO image is 4.4 GiB large and can be used for installation of amd64 and i386 machines. It can be downloaded over FTP, HTTP or rsync via:
- rsync ftp.skolelinux.org::skolelinux-cd/debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-DVD.iso debian-edu-6.0.7+edu+r1-DVD.iso
CD for i386, amd64
The netinstall CD (606MiB), which can be used for installation of i386 and amd64 as well, is available via:
- rsync ftp.skolelinux.org::skolelinux-cd/debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-CD.iso debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-CD.iso
The sources (5.7GiB, larger than a regular DVD) are available via:
- rsync ftp.skolelinux.org::skolelinux-cd/debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-source-DVD.iso debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-source-DVD.iso
These can be used to verified the downloaded files:
Alternate download sites for the files mentioned above:
- RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Testing and development versions
We are always working on what will become our next stable release. To be able to test these images we build new images several times a day (if any of our developers changes any of the content). You can help us by testing images on a spare PC or in a virtual setup. Any help is appreciated.
For the first alpha release of the Wheezy version, download this image (651 MiB, also available via http and rsync):
Please note that these images are intended for testing only. Do not use these for production unless you know what you are doing! You can also download/update these images with rsync:
rsync -avzP ftp.skolelinux.org::cd-wheezy-test-amd64-i386-netinst/debian-edu-amd64-i386-NETINST-1.iso .
Check the md5sum and the timestamp because the file can change while downloading. Start the rsync again until the md5sum match.
Updating the CD
If you already have a version of Skolelinux and want to download the latest version, you can and should use rsync. rsync finds which chunks of the file that have been modified and downloads only those. It's faster and saves our bandwith. The following command updates your ISO-image, where filename.iso is the name of the existing file on your disk:
rsync -avzP ftp.skolelinux.org::cd-edu-testing-nolocal-netinst/debian-edu-amd64-i386-NETINST-1.iso filename.iso