Last Updated on: 8th May 2022, 11:18 am

Web site: (not active)
Origin: France
Category: Education
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia (FR): Freeduc-cd
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2012 | October 12, 2002

Freeduc – a French, “run-from-CD” Linux live CD based on Knoppix and created by OFSET (Organization for Free Software in Education and Teaching), and realized with help of UNESCO.

It is a CD-ROM containing free educational software, and it is possible to install the CD on the hard disk.
The choice of programs and graphical environment is made in such a way that a modest configuration is sufficient (good results with a 400 MHz pII + 128 MB RAM, bad with 64 MB).

The goal of develop free software for education with sharing knowledge was the developer concern. They have developed software such as: DrGeo, GCompris, DrGenius and the live CD freeduc.


Freeduc Science 2012-fr-4G i486 3.9GB.img
md5sum: d314b946b5b5d9f5133f18728e66818f
Freeduc 1.7+b10 FR i486 699MB.iso
md5sum: e19c95f06bd56ea2bf0f732f046e9fe0
Freeduc 1.7+b10 PT i486 715MB.iso
md5sum: f16cb86cc5cab8fad1e952bea8ceef5d


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