Edubuntu is an official Ubuntu derivative meant for educational purposes. Unlike Ubuntu, it comes as a DVD not a CD. If you want to try it out you have to download the ISO of the DVD and use the Live Session. Well, this is what most of the Linux dristros offer so that users can test it before making the final decision to install it.
The Edubuntu Team has launched a service called Edubuntu WebLive so that people can test Edubuntu straight from the internet without downloading the ISO. For people who just want to see what Edubuntu has to offer, this is a very good solution.
If you want to try it as well, click on the link below. (You do not have to pay anything.)
Edubuntu WebLive does however have its limits. It does not offer all the features you can get from a Live Disc. The administration features are disabled for obvious reasons. This means that some of Edubuntu’s main features like Gnome Nanny or Pessulus will be unavailable.
After you sign up for Edubuntu WebLive, they allow you to use it for two hours. The Edubuntu Team allows you to sign up again if you want.
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