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==Context and goals==
 
==Context and goals==
  
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** Common to a class: G:, T:
 
** Common to a class: G:, T:
 
** Public (readable for everybody)
 
** Public (readable for everybody)
** &quot;Project&quot;-related drives
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** "Project"-related drives
  
 
==Samba print serving==
 
==Samba print serving==
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==E-mail==
 
==E-mail==
  
* Friendly email: &lt;code&gt;First.Last@school.lu&lt;/code&gt;
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* Friendly email: <code>First.Last@school.lu</code>
 
* E-mail accessible from within via IMAP (Mozilla)
 
* E-mail accessible from within via IMAP (Mozilla)
 
* E-mail accessible from outside via IMP/Horde webmail (usable from any computer with a Web browser)
 
* E-mail accessible from outside via IMP/Horde webmail (usable from any computer with a Web browser)
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* Convert Office documents to PDF format by printing them to a special network printer
 
* Convert Office documents to PDF format by printing them to a special network printer
* There is also an email-based converter: &lt;code&gt;office2pdf@office2pdf.lll.lu&lt;/code&gt;
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* There is also an email-based converter: <code>office2pdf@office2pdf.lll.lu</code>
  
 
== Udpcast==
 
== Udpcast==
  
* &quot;Cloning&quot; of client PCs
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* "Cloning" of client PCs
** For &quot;first time&quot; installation
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** For "first time" installation
** For &quot;repairing&quot; PCs after students had their fun with them
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** For "repairing" PCs after students had their fun with them
 
* Takes advantage of Ethernet multicast to send to multiple destinations at once simultaneously
 
* Takes advantage of Ethernet multicast to send to multiple destinations at once simultaneously
 
* Example: partition of 5 GB can be copied to a whole classroom in under 8 minutes
 
* Example: partition of 5 GB can be copied to a whole classroom in under 8 minutes
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* Client-side Linux at the LGL, Sainte Sophie and Wilwerwiltz
 
* Client-side Linux at the LGL, Sainte Sophie and Wilwerwiltz
* &quot;Programming&quot; classes, networked gamed
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* "Programming" classes, networked gamed
 
* Access to server via NIS and NFS
 
* Access to server via NIS and NFS
  

Latest revision as of 21:49, 26 November 2010

Context and goals[edit]

The goal of the LLL project is to supply a Linux solution to Luxembourgish Highschools, and other communities.

Following type of features are available:

  • Local services: file storage, printing
  • Full-featured internet access
  • Ease of Administration

Features[edit]

  • Windows file and print serving
  • E-mail
    • Local e-mail access via sendmail and IMAP
    • Remote e-mail access from any web-browser via Horde/IMP
  • Web browsing and hosting
  • Firewall
  • Pdf Printer
  • Client PC installation: UDPcast
  • Administration via webmin

Samba file serving[edit]

  • Users and passwords managed by Linux server
  • Files directly accessible from Windows clients
  • Fine-grained permissions
  • Available Windows drives
    • Specific to student: P:, S:, and W:
    • Common to a class: G:, T:
    • Public (readable for everybody)
    • "Project"-related drives

Samba print serving[edit]

  • Printers accessible from Linux and Windows clients
  • Supported connectivity:
    • HP Jet-direct (network printer)
    • Directly attached to server
    • Attached to windows workstations
    • Print job accounting

E-mail[edit]

  • Friendly email: First.Last@school.lu
  • E-mail accessible from within via IMAP (Mozilla)
  • E-mail accessible from outside via IMP/Horde webmail (usable from any computer with a Web browser)
  • Spam filtering

Squid web cache[edit]

  • Accelerated browsing experience
  • Possibility of blocking sites with questionable content
  • Accountability: log of URLs visited

Web hosting[edit]

  • Public school web page
  • Internal school web page
  • Personal web page for each student

Firewall[edit]

  • Protects the school network against attacks from outside
  • Protects the outside world against attacks by the students
  • Enforces usage of web proxy
  • Allows flexible allocation of IP addresses using Network Address Translation (for FTP, IRC, ...)

Pdf Printer[edit]

  • Convert Office documents to PDF format by printing them to a special network printer
  • There is also an email-based converter: office2pdf@office2pdf.lll.lu

Udpcast[edit]

  • "Cloning" of client PCs
    • For "first time" installation
    • For "repairing" PCs after students had their fun with them
  • Takes advantage of Ethernet multicast to send to multiple destinations at once simultaneously
  • Example: partition of 5 GB can be copied to a whole classroom in under 8 minutes
  • Easy-to-use menu driven boot disk
  • Available at http://www.UDPcast.linux.lu

Webmin administration interface[edit]

  • User management
  • Firewall administration
  • Fine-grained access control (access to network services, shared folders and exam users)

Client side Linux[edit]

  • Client-side Linux at the LGL, Sainte Sophie and Wilwerwiltz
  • "Programming" classes, networked gamed
  • Access to server via NIS and NFS

Key figures[edit]

  • 4 schools
  • 4000 students
    • 1000 at LTNB (since 1994)
    • 1250 at LGL (since spring 1999)
    • 1250 at LTML (since fall 1999)
    • 625 at EPND (since spring 2001)
    • Internetstuff Wilwerwiltz (since summer 2003)
    • 300 at Primary school Troisvierges (in progress)
    • Transfair/Minka (since April 2004)
    • 350 at Primary school Parc Hosingen (since June 2004)