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== Release Candidate 2 of Sarge based DebianEdu/Skolelinux == == Stable verion of DebianEdu/Skolelinux ==
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We believe that the latest release candidate is ready to be release as the new stable DebianEdu/Skolelinux 2.0, but since it's just released, we would like some days before we make it an offisial 2.0. You can fetch it from The stable release of DebianEdu/Skolelinux, versjon 2.0r0, is based on Debian Sarge, and was released on 2006-03-14.
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||[http://ftp.skolelinux.no/skolelinux-cd/debian-edu_sarge-i386-rc2.iso Debian-Edu Sarge i386 Release Candidate 2]||||698 MiB, 03e99a0c7c6c8cc7bf2f49b584b9a092|| ||[http://ftp.skolelinux.no/skolelinux-cd/debian-edu20r0-i386.iso Debian-Edu 2.0r0 i386]||||698 MiB, cfcde0ff84bb0e31d7caa083c00ffbc9||
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Please note that this is based on the Stable (Sarge) version of Debian that was released as Stable in June 2006, and that many schools have been using this version since August 2005 (some even from August 2004) DebianEdu/Skolelinux 2.0 is based on the Stable (Sarge) version of Debian that was released as Stable in June 2005, and that many schools have been using this version since August 2005 (some even schools have even used a sarge based installation since August 2004)
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  How can something released in June 2006 possibly have been used since August 2004?!? -- JonasSmedegaard [[DateTime(2006-03-03T12:08:56Z)]] == OldStable versions ==
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== Stable versions ==

The stable version is based on the Old-stable (woody) version of Debian. Please use the Sarge based version instead
The oldstable version is based on the Old-stable (woody) version of Debian. Please use the Sarge based version instead
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There is also a image for PowerPC availible, but this has some booting problem for Macintosh. For a PegasosII PowerPC it shoudl be working without much trouble. There is also an image for PowerPC availible, but this has some booting problem for Macintosh. For a PegasosII PowerPC it shoudl be working without much trouble.
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{{{rsync ftp.skolelinux.no::skolelinux-cd/skolelinux-i386-release-1.0r1+di_rc2.iso filename.iso}}} {{{rsync ftp.skolelinux.no::skolelinux-cd/debian-edu20r0-i386.iso filename.iso}}}

A list of downloadable files

Stable verion of DebianEdu/Skolelinux

The stable release of DebianEdu/Skolelinux, versjon 2.0r0, is based on Debian Sarge, and was released on 2006-03-14.

Filename

Filesize, MD5-sum

[http://ftp.skolelinux.no/skolelinux-cd/debian-edu20r0-i386.iso Debian-Edu 2.0r0 i386]

698 MiB, cfcde0ff84bb0e31d7caa083c00ffbc9

DebianEdu/Skolelinux 2.0 is based on the Stable (Sarge) version of Debian that was released as Stable in June 2005, and that many schools have been using this version since August 2005 (some even schools have even used a sarge based installation since August 2004)

OldStable versions

The oldstable version is based on the Old-stable (woody) version of Debian. Please use the Sarge based version instead

Filename

Filesize, MD5-sum

[http://ftp.skolelinux.no/skolelinux-cd/skolelinux-i386-release-1.0r1+di_rc2.iso skolelinux-i386-release-1.0r1+di_rc2.iso]

649 MiB, 7c40c226afdc20df59edaa736d193af8

Images for PowerPC

There is also an image for PowerPC availible, but this has some booting problem for Macintosh. For a PegasosII PowerPC it shoudl be working without much trouble.

* [http://ftp.skolelinux.no/skolelinux-cd/debian-edu_sarge-powerpc-pr05.iso Debian-Edu Sarge PowerPC Prerelease 05 ]

There is some help on how to get things installed on a Mac on the German Skolelinux-Wiki

Updating the CD

If you already have a version of Skolelinux and want to download the newest 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 ftp.skolelinux.no::skolelinux-cd/debian-edu20r0-i386.iso filename.iso