Open Source course material for teaching on/with FreeBSD

Rodrigo N Hernandez relac at minasambiente.com.br
Fri Nov 20 21:53:40 UTC 2015


Hello Mehmet,

I'm not entirely sure if I understand what is the goal but if you're 
talking about computer labs:
One option would be using vnc sessions (tightvnc e.g.), so students can 
watch lessons on their own terminals. It’s possible to set view only 
sessions also. It sounds feasible that all command line work being done 
from the virtual X session as well.
It’s also possible to make vnc sessions running from jails (for 
testing/disposable jails e.g.). With stuff like this you don’t even need 
to worry about extra hardware. In fact it can be all done from a 
headless server.

Well sorry if this have nothing to do about your intents, just some option.

Cheers,
Rodrigo


Em 20/11/2015 11:47, Mehmet Erol Sanliturk escreveu:
> On Fri, Nov 20, 2015 at 4:43 AM, George Neville-Neil <gnn at neville-neil.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Howdy,
>>
>> Thursday evening at 18:00 BST I pushed changes to teachbsd.org that update
>> the page so that it points to a new github repo, owned by the teachbsd
>> organization (https://github.com/teachbsd).
>> The organization is run by Robert Watson and myself.
>> We can add or remove collaborators if and when that becomes appropriate.
>>
>> The initial repository (https://github.com/teachbsd/course) contains all
>> of the material for the practitioner and masters style courses as well as
>> a PDF for the teaching guide.
>> All of the material is licensed under a BSD doc team license, also visible
>> in the repo and on the github site.
>>
>> Our goal now is to initially recruit a small number of universities to
>> partner
>> with us to teach this material, and to have the number grow as we polish
>> the material.  We also wish to solicit contributions of similar teaching
>> material
>> for inclusion in the site, via links at first, and into the repo if that
>> seems appropriate
>> at a later time.
>>
>> We will keep you posted on our progress.
>>
>> Best,
>> George
>> _______________________________________________
>>
>>
> In my opinion , one of the most important tools in such a work is the
> ability to display
> stdin , stdout and stderr on different monitors alongside with output
> monitor(s) for graphic displays such as Gnome or KDE or any other X based
> desktops also .
>
> This requires additions to FreeBSD sources to definition of such
> application which requires to use at the same time multiple graphic cards (
> on board , PCI , USB , etc. , simultaneously ) .
>
> My knowledge is not sufficient to achieve this .
>
> This will allow watching execution steps on line instead of diverting them
> to file and then read the contents of file .
>
>
> Thank you very much .
>
>
> Mehmet Erol Sanliturk
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