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= Release manual for Debian Edu etch 3.0 Codename "Terra" = = Release manual for Debian Edu Etch 3.0 Codename "Terra" =
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This is the (''still incomplete'') release manual for the Debian Edu etch 3.0 release. This is the (''still incomplete'') release manual for the Debian Edu Etch 3.0 release.
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[:DebianEdu/Documentation/Etch/Translations:Translations] are part of the {{{debian-edu-doc}}} package, which can be [http://maintainer.skolelinux.no/debian-edu-doc/ installed on a webserver]. [:DebianEdu/Documentation/Etch/Translations:Translations] are part of the {{{debian-edu-doc}}} package, which can be [http://maintainer.skolelinux.org/debian-edu-doc/ installed on a webserver].

Release manual for Debian Edu Etch 3.0 Codename "Terra"

This is the (still incomplete) release manual for the Debian Edu Etch 3.0 release.

This document was put into the debian-edu-doc package on $DEBIAN_EDU_DOC_BUILDDATE.

The version at http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Documentation/Etch is a wiki and updated frequently.

[:DebianEdu/Documentation/Etch/Translations:Translations] are part of the debian-edu-doc package, which can be [http://maintainer.skolelinux.org/debian-edu-doc/ installed on a webserver].

About Debian Edu and Skolelinux

Skolelinux is a Linux distribution made by the Debian Edu project. Being a [http://wiki.debian.org/CustomDebian Custom Debian Distribution] (CDD) it is part of [http://www.debian.org Debian].

What this means is that Skolelinux is a version of Debian providing an out-of-the box environment of a completely configured school-network.

In Norway, where Skolelinux was started, the main target group is schools serving the 6-16 years age bracket. Today the system is in use in several countries around the world, with most installations in Norway, Germany and France.