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About ServerAtSchool

The ServerAtSchool project is a Linux network server designed to work together with Windows workstations [1], offering features that were developed especially for use in primary schools.

Services include a web server, a website content management system, a mail server, a flexible user management tool, a chroot jail for users, hourly backups of user documents, nightly (off-site) backups, spam control, a name server, DHCP, a printer server, web mail, virus scanning, a firewall, a database server, a file server for Windows clients, a time server, and a secure shell.

ServerAtSchool is 100% documented. The ServerAtSchool Installation Guide, which can also serve as a learning book, is aimed at the slightly above-average computer user, who can handle an editor and has at least a basic understanding of Linux. Just follow the detailed step-by-step instructions to set up a fully functional, industrial strength, rock-solid, and above all, secure school server.

The ServerAtSchool User Manual is a paragon description of the error free equipping process of network clients. It documents the tasks related to preparing hardware, installing an OS and installing educational software. End users, i.e. ICT coordinators, teachers and pupils, can find chapters on managing user accounts and creating CD images with ServerAtSchool's Janitor program, how to use network clients, working at home, webmail and managing the school's website content management system.

ServerAtSchool is Open Source Software (OSS) licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

[1] We plan to have ServerAtSchool for Linux workstations (thin and fat)ready in 2008.

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