Ubuntu Linux at the public library

carthik at Ubuntu Blog points out a fun YouTube video of Jessamyn the Librarian in Washington, Vermont installing Ubuntu Linux on three donated computers.  Note, this is a full install — rather than a trial using the Live CD — done last week, of a version older than the current 7.04, “Feisty Fawn.” When she rejects a license early in the video, it is to reject (evidently) a copy of Windows the library does not hold the license to.

She downloaded and burned the CD herself; you can order them for free if you prefer.

Since this is the kind of little library that seems to draw Unitarian Universalist volunteers and staff like lemmings to the sea, I thought I’d point this out.

I know the little library in nearby Mount Ranier, Maryland has Ubuntu Linux on their computers, too.

The 4:35 YouTube video, directly

Categorized as Ubuntu Linux

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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