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Debian Jr. is a project to make Debian an OS that children will enjoy using. More about the project here:
http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-jr
Debian Jr. is a project to make Debian an OS that children will enjoy using. More about the project at
http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-jr and http://debianjr.alioth.debian.org/
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See also: ["Freeduc"]
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=== Ideas collected from users ===

 * Create a simple ["Desktop environment"] for [http://lists.debian.org/debian-jr/2006/11/msg00014.html very young children].

     * probably the simplest way to do this is to have your X system launch straight into a [http://gcompris.net gcompris session].

          *use .xinitrc with a single command: gcompris in it, or

          * configure your ["Desktop environment"] with a special session for that small user (! update this with info on HOW!).

          * gcompris has a number of command line options and configurations to make it use the full screen quite well for this scenario (! provide examples!).
 

Debian Jr.

Email: ?MailTo(debian-jr AT SPAMFREE lists DOT debian DOT org)

Debian Jr. is a project to make Debian an OS that children will enjoy using. More about the project at http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-jr and http://debianjr.alioth.debian.org/

See also: ["Freeduc"]

Ideas collected from users

  • Create a simple ["Desktop environment"] for [http://lists.debian.org/debian-jr/2006/11/msg00014.html very young children].

    • probably the simplest way to do this is to have your X system launch straight into a [http://gcompris.net gcompris session].

      • use .xinitrc with a single command: gcompris in it, or
      • configure your ["Desktop environment"] with a special session for that small user (! update this with info on HOW!).
      • gcompris has a number of command line options and configurations to make it use the full screen quite well for this scenario (! provide examples!).


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