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LinuxForKids  - was created in the Summer of 1999 to promote the use of Linux as an educational and entertainment platform for children. This site is available in English, Franšais, Espa˝ol, Portuguese, Deutsch.

Tux4Kids  - is a non-profit organization dedicated to producing and promoting quality educational software released under Free-Software or other OSI Certified licenses.

Open Source Education Foundation  - The OSEF exists to enhance K-12 educational opportunities through the use of technologies and concepts derived from the Open Source and Free Software movement. Research and development of hardware and software solutions for use in educational settings is the organization's primary focus.

Schoolforge  - Schoolforge's mission is to unify independent organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for primary and secondary education. Schoolforge is intended to empower member organizations to make open educational resources more effective, efficient, and ubiquitous by enhancing communication, sharing resources, and increasing the transparency of development.

Sugar  - The award-winning Sugar Learning Platform promotes collaborative learning through Sugar Activities that encourage critical thinking, the heart of a quality education. Designed from the ground up especially for children, Sugar offers an alternative to traditional "office-desktop" software. Originally developed for the One Laptop per Child XO-1 netbook, Sugar runs on most computers. Sugar is free/libre and open-source software.

Ghostscript, Ghostview and GSview - Home Page for Ghostscript, an interpreter for the PostScript language and for PDF, and related software and documentation.

Free Software PDF reader  - The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a popular format to publish formatted text and documents. There are several different versions of it, some qualifying as an Open Standard, some certified by ISO and some encumbered by software patents. You might want to promote the versions that are Open Standards, because Open Standards guarantee interoperability, competition and choice. The following list of PDF readers is vendor neutral. All of them are Free Software, respecting your basic four freedoms to use, study share and improve them. This gives you control over your computer and helps protect your privacy.

Linux PDF viewers  - Jack Wallen's review about four different PDF viewers: ePDFView, Evince, Okular and XPDF.

Acrobat Reader download page.

Foxit Reader for Linux  - is a free PDF document viewer for the Linux platform, with a new streamlined interface, user-customized toolbar, incredibly small size, breezing-fast launch speed and rich features. This empowers PDF document users with Zoom function, Navigation function, Bookmarks, Thumbnails, Text Selection Tool, Snapshot, and Full Screen capabilities. Foxit Reader for Desktop Linux is provided by Foxit Software Company free for non-commercial use..

UNetbootin  - allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for a variety of Linux distributions from Windows or Linux, without requiring you to burn a CD. You can either let it download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box for you, or supply your own Linux .iso file if you've already downloaded one or your preferred distribution isn't on the list.

hnb  - is an hierarchical notebook, that is an editor that focuses on editing and managing information in a hierarchical manner. This type of editor is also known as outline editors.

Ding  - is a dictionary lookup program for the X Window system on Linux/Unix. It comes with a German-English Dictionary with about 180,000 entries. It is based on Tk and uses the agrep or egrep tools for searching. In addition ding can also search in English dictionaries using dict(1) and check spelling using ispell(1). It has many configuration options, such as search preferences, interface language (English or German), and colors. It has history and help functions and comes with useful key and mouse bindings for quick and easy lookups.

Anki  - is a spaced repetition system (SRS). It helps you remember things by intelligently scheduling reviews, so that you can learn a lot of information with the minimum amount of effort.

KRename  - is a powerful batch renamer for KDE. It allows you to easily rename hundreds or even more files in one go. The filenames can be created by parts of the original filename, numbering the files or accessing hundreds of informations about the file, like creation date or Exif informations of an image.

rpl  - is a UN*X text replacement utility. It will replace strings with new strings in multiple text files.

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