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From: Robert Fischer <robert.fischer@S...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Teaching bottomline, part 3: what should improve.
Now that I'm thinking about it, it's probably the route I'm going to go 
for my presentation on Test Driven Development with OCaml  for Agile 
2007 -- I don't have a Mac or a Linux laptop kicking around (former is 
too expensive, latter won't get wireless working for me), but I 
definitely want to be in Linux for development.

So, if you're willing to wait until the early Augustish timeframe, I 
might have just such a LiveCD to share.

Robert Fischer
IT Firefighter
Smokejumper Consulting


Jon Harrop wrote:
> On Wednesday 23 May 2007 14:04:06 David Teller wrote:
>   
>> That's a non-argument, I'm afraid. You can't demand the (unenthusiastic)
>> administrator and all students to install Linux just for one lecture.
>>     
>
> You realise this is as easy as putting a Knoppix CD in your drive and 
> rebooting into Linux directly from the CD?
>
> If you can't afford anything and they can't afford anything then this is 
> easily your best course of action.
>
>