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July 2008

Childsplay: Educational games for young children.

Game-modules (plug-ins) for childsplay. Childsplay uses a plug-in system for the game modules. These games are packaged in plugin-packages (only one for now). You must first install childsplay before you can use these games, because they only work from within childsplay. Some of these games use localized speech soundfiles, be sure to check the download section if you need a language other then standard english.

November 2007

October 2007

Scratch Download Form

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Download Scratch The Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab is happy to make Scratch available as a free download. It is currently available for Mac OSX and Windows, with a Linux version coming soon (see system requirements).

September 2007

Ubufox. How it works? - Page 2 - Ubuntu Forums

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Forums. Welcome to the Ubuntu Forums, we encourage you to REGISTER on our forums and participate in the community. Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. By JOINING US today you can participate in our active and growing community. Registering on our forum gets you access to post new messages, get support, use private messages, download images from our gallery and much much more!

August 2007

Fedora Public Active Mirrors

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Fedora Public Active Mirrors Fedora is distributed to millions of systems globally. This would not be possible without the donations of time, disk space, and bandwidth by hundreds of volunteer system administrators and their companies or institutions. Your fast download experience is made possible by these donations. This list is dynamically generated every hour, listing only up-to-date mirrors. To become a public Fedora mirror, please see our wiki page on Mirroring. You may trim the selection through the links on the right, or see the whole list.

Google Linux Software Repositories

The Linux Package Signing Key Google's Linux packages are signed with a GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) key. You must install the public package signing key on your system to prevent warnings or errors when installing packages from the Google Linux software repositories. Please download the key from the link below, then follow the appropriate configuration instructions on the Google Linux Repositories page to setup your package manager to use the key.