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

Patrick Spendrin ps_ml at gmx.de
Tue Feb 26 13:09:50 CET 2008

Ben Crawford schrieb:
> 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.
Excuse me, I needed a bit;
Currently you have to know that KDE on Windows in general is not as 
stable as one would expect, having said this you should have a look here:
You should check it out for yourself, the edu package definitely is 
there and should work quite well (though there are some things that we 
cannot provide at the moment).
If you have questions about it, either ask here or join 
kde-windows at kde.org mailing list.
> Thanks to all the contributors to kde-edu!
> Cheers,
> Ben

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