Last Updated on: 20th July 2023, 01:50 pm
Web site: www.majilux.org (not active)
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Based on: Debian
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.6.0 ? | January 15, 2008
Majilux – a live Linux CD-ROM which offers a simple way to install a GNU/Linux operating system on the hard drive and a set of educational software already selected. Software updates are made easier thanks to a solution based on the Debian distribution, in French.
– to offer a simple and fast IT solution to implement.
– to bring together a set of free software to prepare students for B2i skills.
– centralize applications, and software on a server. to allow obsolete or low-capacity computers (thin clients) to connect to them, to also allow the connection of all Windows PCs, GNU/Linux … (heavy clients).
The Majilux was installed in schools, and made it possible to make a server for thin clients (LTSP) in a very simple way.
It is therefore a linux system that allows with a computer a little powerful, to use several other less powerful terminals.
The terminals are connected by network cables to the server and allow the use of the server software.
Many of these programs are intended for use in primary schools.
The last version of Majilux 0.6.0 (?) was published in January 2008 and was based on Debian Etch.