[kde-edu]: Individual Apps - Building/Pre-Compiled

Robert Stevenson Neasham robertneasham at gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 11:02:39 CET 2008

Dear Ben:

I would use Google Scholar with a couple of styled alerts to get at this
problem. In fact, I shall set a couple up and send you the links.

Get going...this is a great teaching tool. Where can I get an Ubunto


Com. Robert Stevenson Neasham Jr.

2008/2/26 Ben Crawford <crawford_ben at yahoo.ca>:

> Good Evening.
> I've been following kde-edu for some time and have been using it in the
> classroom via customized edubuntu cds.  The success has been so good that a
> few of my colleagues have been asking about the software; a good thing.
> However, the experience would be much better if I were able to install some
> programs under windows.  Without getting into all the details of the
> political reasons that exist at my school, running software under windows is
> just about the only option anymore - fear of the unknown I guess and not
> from the teachers.
> Can someone point me in the direction of either pre-compiled, standalone,
> individual kde-edu apps, or a tutorial/documentation on compiling
> standalone, individual kde-edu apps?  I've been looking for both and have
> come up empty handed so far.  I figure if I can get things working one at a
> time, I'll have a better chance of longer term success.
> Thanks to all the contributors to kde-edu!
> Cheers,
> Ben
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