Why the Live USB does not have all the software found in the MSS?
Some of the applications are left out from Li-f-e (Linux for Education) with learning in mind.
Students can get familiar with how the applications are installed on
GNU / Linux distributions by doing it themselves. They can explore the
wonderful world of free software and try out many more useful
applications not installed by default.
Do we need to purchase licenses for each USB bootable live media that is created from the MSS?
No, you can create and distribute unlimited number of Linux USB bootable live media from the one-click media creator located on the administrator’s desktop. The simple instructions to create the bootable media are available in the Take Linux Home ...
What is the recommended hardware for the bootable live media creation?
For rapid creation and optimum performance while using Linux from the USB bootable live media, we recommend USB 3.0, minimum 4 GB media. DVD media can also be used, but due to its slow performance and susceptibility to damage, it is no longer ...
Can I install the Linux operating system on my home computer from the USB media created?
Though you need not install it, as it is a live media but yes you can. Once you are convinced that this is the operating system you want on your home computer, you can install it by completely replacing the existing operating system. It can also be ...
Do I need to install Linux on my home computer from the USB media to use it?
No, the USB media created is a bootable live media which means that you can experience the entire Ubuntu Li-f-e operating system with all the pre-loaded applications without the need for installation. For best experience and data persistence across ...
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 ...