Linspire, Inc. has
a test of Linux-based desktop systems by the
Indiana school system.
"Linspire, Inc. and Wintergreen
Systems announced today that Indiana high schools are currently testing
desktop Linux machines in school systems across the state as part of a plan to
provide every public high school student with a computer. If successful, the
plan, called the Indiana Access Program, will provide each high school student
in the state with an individual desktop Linux computer for instructional use
in each classroom they visit during the day -- meaning a potential 300,000
Linux machines could be deployed over coming years.
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