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As noted in MuyComputer, if there is a GNU / Linux distribution Ubuntu that’s popular, it has gradually become the third post PC operating system most used in the world . Beyond user willingly understand that Ubuntu is installed, the company behind the project, Canonical, takes charge of various agreements with companies like Dell, with which it has spread in countries like India and China.
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consumer market, and for quality Open Source software , Ubuntu has seen him growing variants, ie Ubuntu based distributions that use the same infrastructure software repositories, but offered to the public with level settings changes, default or other applications.
Some of these variants are official and its main difference from Ubuntu’s desktop environment in which they are based, is the case of Kubuntu, Xubuntu or Lubuntu. Others, such as Linux Mint, have gone so high that even seems to remain alone, but it is not.
Guadalinex is one of many Linux distributions based on Ubuntu, originally, in Debian, which in turn implies the Ubuntu-based technology, but it is not any. Guadalinex is a project promoted by the Andalusian , especially adapted to the environment to which it is addressed.
As published in Ostatic
, Guadalinex is currently used by 600,000 students and 75,000 teachers in Spain, a figure that will grow later this year a resounding, reaching 4000 schools and about 1.5 million students .
“ Teachers and students throughout Andalucía now have access to a stable technological environment and easy to use . You can find and share educational information more easily “says Rafael Garcia Rivas, Director of the Center for Advanced Management of Andalusia.
Ultimately, Guadalinex is a software project that interested Spanish by , and that good health is only a reflection of a job well done. Through their official website you can download the installation media and try the latest version, or install and use, copy and give it away, in a totally free and legally.
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