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The Edubuntu project is a group of people that aims to deliver the best of educational free software in an easily installable medium. We are part of the larger Ubuntu community and our main body of work is the Edubuntu installation disc, which installs Ubuntu along with educational tools and packages available in the Ubuntu software archives. We aim to make Ubuntu, the popular Linux-based operating system, a great choice for the computing needs of children, students, parents, teachers, and schools, bringing many of the best educational open-source applications and tools to the Ubuntu operating system.
Edubuntu can be installed through two different methods:
Edubuntu installation DVD
Web browser: from http://cdimages.ubuntu.com/edubuntu/releases/10.04/release/ for either 32-bit or 64-bit computers
Ubuntu software archives
From an Ubuntu 10.04 system, perform a search for ''Edubuntu'' in the Ubuntu Software Center (located in the Applications menu). From a Kubuntu 10.04 system, perform a search for ''Edubuntu'' in KPackageKit (found in the Computer menu) and install edubuntu-desktop-kde.
Please refer to the Ubuntu 10.04 Release Notes which contains more useful information, including known issues in this release.
We're aware that our website is currently rather outdated, we're working on a new and improved website that will feature more up-to-date content. It will launch before the end of May 2010.
Community support is available via IRC, Forums and Mailing lists. Please refer to http://edubuntu.org/help for more information.