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This site is kept for archive purposes only. For all future installs, please use PiNet. Its main features include Network based user accounts - A student can log onto any Raspberry Pi in the classroom and have access to their files. Their files are stored centrally on the server. Centralised master operating system - All the Raspberry Pis boot a single master operating system from the server every boot.
Automated work submission and collection system - A teacher can easily collect work from students digitally for marking without the need for printing. Infrastructure for this is usually already included in ICT classrooms but if not, a simple network is relatively cheap and simple to set up. On top of this, an old desktop or laptop is required to run the server. It does not need to be powerful as will be running Ubuntu Linux, a very lightweight operating system. Wifi is not supported due to it being unreliable and slow Advantages compared to a usual Raspberry Pi classroom setup No more flashing s of SD cards, just drop on 30mb compared to 3gb for Raspbian.
Students can log into any Raspberry Pi in the classroom. Backup utility included to automatically backup all students work regularly. No more assigning pupils to a single SD card. No more needing to purchase s of SD cards for a single school, just need enough for 1 class set. System is incredibly simple to setup with full userguide, one trial school even got a year 7 student to set it up on his own, he had no issues. Due to all the Raspberry Pis booting off the server, if you want to add a new piece of software to every Raspberry Pi in the classroom, update master image and reboot all Raspberry Pis, that is it To get started click here Main documentation list.
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