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RE: [K12OSN] Firefox - Linux Compatibility?



If a vendor of software to schools creates a product which is standards
compliant, that product will run on virtually ANY machine, *nix, *bsd,
or win.  There are no versions of a modern OS for use in an educational
environment which do not include some sort of appropriate browser.   

To answer your second question: there are few versions of Linux for which
Firefox cannot be readily compiled; there are none that you would want
to use in a general education environment (servers, embedded, floppy-based,
etc.)

-dhbarr.


Around Tuesday, April 26, 2005 9:38 AM,
Andre Kliczak (mailto:AMKLICZA renlearn com) wrote:
> Here's a question:  If a vendor of software to schools creates a
> product which runs on the Firefox Browser, will that product run on
> ANY linux machine?  Or are there some versions of Linux on which
> Firefox will not run?   


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