Hi Amey,Teaching teachers GNU/Linux is not what we have in mind. I think kids are smart
and they will figure out them selves how thing works.
Yes, we dont want to have HDMI thing involved; as I raised the point earlier, it wouldboost up the setup cost. I think there are HDMI-VGA converter available (not the cables)which costs around 600 Rupees which should solve the need.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 5:18 PM, Amey Abhyankar <email@example.com> wrote:On 20 September 2016 at 20:42, yogesh powar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hello All,Friend of mine and I would like to donate some of our effort/money/time providing computers at a primary school in a village in Goa.Cool.Noting that it's a primary school, so on Raspbian OS should be ok.Assuming that those kids aint having syllabus to do some heavy C, C++, Python,Java programming on x86_64 bit processor architecture. ^_^Do gather basic requirements for example language localization requirement.Also confirm that the computer teacher knows Linux OS & he/she can diagnose very basic issues in Linux OS.We were thinking of having Raspberry Pi -3 with Input/Output devices. But software/OS, we were thinking of having Gnu/Linux.You are just going to donate Raspberry Pi 3 device or along with screens?If you are just going to donate the devices, then buying HDMI screens going to be an expensive deal to the school. :-)Raspberry Pi is at throw away price but other components are expensive for example HDMI monitor.Regards,Amey.Has any one tried Debian on RP3? Is Hamara Gnu/Linux endorsed by Debian?Let me know if anyone has tried out this setup in the school.