[kde-edu]: Thoughts on KDE-Educationals in general
Casper van Donderen
casper.vandonderen at gmail.com
Sat Oct 3 14:42:00 CEST 2009
For sure you can run KDE windows from a stick. The only problem is that the installation has to be in PATH. So you will need to run something like a bat that adds the installation to PATH first.
From: John Layt
To: kde-edu at kde.org
ReplyTo: kde-edu at kde.org
ReplyTo: John Layt
Subject: Re: [kde-edu]: Thoughts on KDE-Educationals in general
Sent: Oct 3, 2009 14:34
On Saturday 03 October 2009 10:14:13 Lydia Pintscher wrote:
> It wouldn't be hard to create such a distro/CD with Suse Studio. Just
> needs someone to do it and promote it.
Hmmm. A whole distro and reboot seems a case of overkill for one or two apps,
and I think there are already projects like Edubuntu aimed that that sort of
thing. I know the KDE on Windows project is still beta-quality but that seems
a slightly better way to go, but it is a lot to install and there are initial
trust issues to get over. I wonder if there's some way to run KDE Windows
from a USB stick like Portable Apps (http://portableapps.com/)? That would
seem an ideal solution to me.
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