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Re: Making a localized, educational live-usb version of Netbsd? Possible, and is worth it?
Ottavio Caruso <ottavio2006-usenet2012%yahoo.com@localhost> writes:
> I myself am not a very good Dutch speaker, but I would like to help a
> local Linux foundation here in the South of the Netherlands that deals
> with the education sector.
> They use Linux Mint/Ubuntu/Kubuntu for their demonstration but after
> showing them that Netbsd doesn't bite, I am considering the
> possibility of assembling a live-usb in Dutch, based on Netbsd,
> preloaded with internet/office/educational and language-specific
> localized applications, ready to go and to boot from any laptop or
> Has anybody ever done it?
> Is this technically possible and would a newbie like me be able to
> assemble anything decent?
It should be possible, but I'm not sure that a newbie can do that.
> Would MaheshaNetBSD or Jibbed a good starting point?
I doubt so.
> Any other ideas/inputs will be appreciated.
I have several ideas and can share them. I can even join this project,
just give me a week to think over it.
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