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Re: [olpc-software] Servers



Depends where you are.  You are certainly correct that in many parts of
the world, building codes are very different.  

But in hot desert areas, you often get very thick walled adobe or
masonry construction.

Even so, the expense of the cable becomes considerable.
                            - Jim


On Thu, 2006-03-30 at 13:05 -0600, Dean Johnson wrote:
> Jim Gettys wrote:
> > 
> > And one per class room implies pulling cable to nearly every classroom;
> > I know that has been a big problem even in the school my own children
> > attend here in the Boston area, and a serious expense.
> > 
> 
> It could be really really easy. Many of the schools that I have seen in the 
> non-first world, particularly in tropical areas, are very open floor plans and 
> don't suffer from the restrictions of building codes.
> 
> 	-Dean
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