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DoudouLinux Brings Educational Software To Your Children's Fingertips [Linux]

Jun 03, 2012, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])

If your child is two years old or older, rejoice, because today we will be taking a look at a Debian-based distro from France specifically designed for children, DoudouLinux. Doudou is apparently a word that means wubby (the security blanket or teddy bear that some children take with them everywhere) in French and Chinese. Thus, this distro is trying to provide a very safe and user-friendly environment for children to learn and play.

One of the great things about DoudouLinux first, is that it’s designed to be used as a live CD, which is truly one of the most useful things ever. The minimum system requirements for this distro are 256 MB of memory, a 800 MHz processor and 800 x 600 dots display.

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