Can the My sCool Server be installed on hardware provided by the school?
The team at Recherche has taken great pains to bring to you a standard appliance configuration with an optimised hardware and software combination. It is with the aim to pass on the benefits of the economies of scale that we have achieved.
Do I need to install the solution on our hardware myself?
No, the My sCool Server (MSS) is an integrated plug and play device with optimised hardware and software. It is all packaged together to provide unprecedented convenience for operating of computer labs at schools. Serving fully functional desktop ...
What is the hardware & software specification of the MSS?
The default My sCool Server is built atop best of class Intel hardware, an Intel NUC. It comprises of an Intel Celeron Dual Core current generation processor, 4 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD. It is built atop Ubuntu Li-f-e (Linux for Education) which is a ...
Do I need to purchase special or additional hardware for all client machines?
No, there is no need to purchase any additional hardware if your existing systems meet the recommended minimum specification of 2 GB RAM, dual core / current generation Celeron CPU, PXE boot capable LAN port. The hardware supported by the My sCool ...
What are the minimum hardware requirements of the client computers / terminals?
Chances are that the hardware which you already have is more than sufficient to serve as client terminals. One of the great advantages of the My sCool Server is that you can set up a high quality lab of terminals for your students by leveraging the ...
Why is the My sCool Server built on Linux?
Imparting education using Linux, hence the open source ecosystem has its manifold benefits including freedom to choose, innovate and scale. This is apart from the several financial benefits. With the rapid adoption of Linux and its variants in ...