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    Free software for education and registering people via the following way could help and so this comment is to help people in Haiti, (registering new users via OAuth2 with OIDC as IdP and SP on SimpleSAMLphp installed on the Jacmel RaspberryPi). #SimpleSAMLphp #OIDC #Haiti #kgeography #GNUHealth #kalzium #kanagram #linux #opencl #ipfs #scilab

    If they agree (ask them?) in Haiti, Health Center De Lavoute (via Health Center De Lafond) there could be a 1 Kilometre daisy-chained wifi mesh network (when adding antennae via the Hirose U.FL like by the pib3b+ solder pads) of say 12 RaspberryPi3b SBC boards established to link/bridge a limited (under a megabit, of say 18Kilobits per second) starting from the internet connection at Jacmel (see website) RS4D station R897D for a RS1D instrument that measures geological information like earthquakes, located on the first floor of a public notary’s office. Spacing each pizero2w in the chain about 90Metres to 100Metres apart (so the onboard wifi works even if the antannae were to fail), even if the wifi speed of about 72Kbps were halved for each pizero2w on the 2.4gHz band, there would still be a 18Kbps connection (about a third of an old dialup connection) for bandwidth, which is enough to ping and register (login) users (students and teachers) regostered via Open ID Connect using Simple-SAML-php installed on the Raspberry-Pi at the RS4D station R897D (and both health centres), along with FOSS education softwares, students can use.

    Each Pi (pizero2w) kit in the daisy chain (at about £100 cost) could be powered by (£15) buck convertor an 12volt battery (which would retain battery-charge for about 1 week) and solar power panels. So the bandwidth used from their connection is basically nothing (18kbps) and barely that would need to be used, other than perhaps for auto-update of software that would constantly trickle through. The network pizero2w computers powered by battery would come to £1200 and would also be a good prepping prep since multiple pizero2w boards are robust and low power, thereby working in a power-cut, and the signal can navigate the high terrain, placing each pizero2w at as high an altitude as possible on an anchored pole. An uninterruptable powersupply could be added (i.e. "built homemade" for about £100 each) at either end (Jacmel RS4D station R897D to Health Center De Lavoute) and one in the middle (via Health Center De Lafond) of the wifi chain, thereby bringing the total to £1500.

    For pennies, print each registering user an A4 certificate (laminated with a photo from a ps2-eye-toy 50p webcam which also scans QR codes in Open Project and LibreOffice and GTK4) with a few QR codes and the open-ID-Connect registration to login for the Service-provider (SP) and indentity-provider (IdP) at that Jacmel server, even if they are using a Pi computer anywhere along that daisy-chain route. Students can report health problems the experience using a suitable FOSS chat protocol in "empathy IM" client and both medical centres can have GNU_Health software (on the pizero2w and pi3b+ stationed at their building) to log their communications. LibreOffice can make QR codes and kodaskanna can read QR and make the data available for further processing.


    kodaskanna reads QR or Barcodes making data availble for further processing

    Between PC computers (linux and linux PC or linux and MSwindows PC), smb4k software shares linux and microsoft Windows network data via Samba share.

    smb4k shares linux and microsoft Windows network data via Samba

    Between PC computers (linux and linux PC or linux and MSwindows PC), FuseSmb software shares linux and microsoft Windows network data via Samba share.

    Keysmith generates tokens for your two-factor logins 2FA

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    FuseSmb on Ubuntu

    FuseSmb OpenSuse

    FuseSmb Suse Linux

    FuseSmb debian Linux

    FuseSmb RPM Fedora Red Hat CentOS

    Slackware Linux Samba

    So installed software would include the following.

    See chemcollective software: The Virtual Laboratory contains hundreds of standard reagents. In the Virtual Lab, you can conduct diverse experiments in acid-base chemistry, thermochemistry, solubility, and redox chemistry. See website.

    chemcollective Website Software Linux

    PhET is an educational resource that contains computer demonstrations of experiments and activities. It is a collection of science simulations that can be integrated in classroom teaching-learning.

    Also see website for ecology studies software.

    virtualbiologylab ecology studies software

    Software "Kalzium" is for chemistry such as periodic table knowledge, and solving chemical equations.


    Software "Kanagram" to improve language skills for vocabulary.

    Kanagram Wiki

    KGeography is a mapping software focusing on political geography. Marble is a mapping software focusing on physical geography, rainfall patterns, longtitude and latitude relationships. Users could submit information to the software to update recent geography changes, such as in the "marble" software too. You can use Marble to look up addresses, to easily create maps, measure distances and to retrieve detail information about locations that you have just heard about in the news or on the Internet.

    So install "Marble" via "sudo apt-get install marble" in the terminal.

    Marble Geography Linux Software

    So supporting software can be written in GTK4 via C++ and MariaDB with PHP and Python3 and html5 canvas API, such as a student exporting their data via XML for LaTex homework files and so forth.

    Geological and chemistry information (such as processing of Gaussian functions in physics, statistics like histograms or ROCOF in SciLab, chemistry, and Fourier Analysis of geological information or video encoding) can be distributed for processing via OpenCL1.2 framework on the GPU and CPU of each Pizero2W in SciLab using Python and C++ programming languages, sent via wifi within the aforementioned limited bandwidth. An additional (13th) raspberrypi zero2w, on the same pole as the pinultimate Pizero2w in the chain near Jacmel RS4D station R897D could have IPFS (interplanetary filesystem) installed to backup user submitted data, where bandwidth in the chain is somewhat higher.

    This software is SciLab...

    On each (e.g. 32GB to 128GB) SDCard of the pizero2w computers, an ISO file of endless-OS (albeit for amd64) would available so that people have not only a linux distro to put on an amd64 PC but also the ISO file could be mounted via the wifi to access the wikipedia articles on the Linux Distro ISO file, even if the internet is down one day. Both the pi4 and amd64 versions would be included in FTP and SAMBA share (as wifi, not internet), the latter in French and English versions, and torrent links for the other language versions. A pinebook pro endless OS image would be stored on the SDCard too in english language, FTP and SAMBA share (as wifi, not internet).

    Pi 4 endless OS

    AMD64 Endless OS (english language)

    AMD64 Endless OS (french language)

    AMD64 Endless OS (portuguese language)

    AMD64 Endless OS (portuguese language)

    AMD64 Endless OS (spanish language)

    Pinebook Pro ARM Endless OS (english language)

    The battery power of each pizero2w "pi kit" can be configured with a buck convertor as per this ExplainingComputers youtube video (but a solar panel and charging circuit would be added too).

    ExplainingComputers : Raspberry Pi Battery Power

    Capable of running on a 256MB RAM PC or higher, Kwort Linux version 4.3.2 fits onto a 650Megabyte CDROM and thereby can work in computers even if they have an older CDROM drive only or are unable to boot from USB port via a USB pendrive (mass storage device). Once installed, it can be updated securely over the internet via Wifi or by RJ45 connection such as in a home DHCP router, and upgraded to a slackware install of many gigabytes in size. "Ultimate BootCD" (ubcd538.iso) fits onto a 700MB CDROM and has just about everything you need to try to repair your PC and recover data or "piggyback boot" from CDROM drive to USB or use PXE (Preboot-Execution-Environment) to ethernet RJ45-port boot or ieee1284 boot, etc.

    Some extra (CDROM ISO file) Linux Distro torrent files as magnet links for linux are below and they could be copy-pasted onto the XHTMLMP registration-page for people who register for OIDC, having seen a poster perhaps on a pole (showing a URL to the local host and a QR-Code) within the range of the pertaining RaspberryPi Wifi:

    These below are Magnet Links for Linux distros which you can (copy-paste) open in a torrent software such as QBittorrent to download linux as an ISO file and "burn" (write) it to a CDR as a CDROM, each, using software like Infrarecorder or Brasero (you may have to enable the "overburn" option to have the full filesize write to your CDR). Please use and share these Linux torrents on your PC, and tell your friends about them (and to search online for videos and blogs about these Linux ISO files). For computers with no CDROM or DVD Drive but a floppy drive and HDD, the Slitaz floppy-disk install (with many floppies, usually at least 17 to 25 floppy disks) can be performed downloading via the link but without digression, here are the Linux CDROM ISO magnet links.

    ubcd538.iso (695.1 Megabytes) 64bit and 32bit


    kwort-4.3.2.iso (637 Megabytes) 64bit and 32bit


    debian-10.6.0-amd64-xfce-CD-1.iso (695 Megabytes) 64bit only


    debian-10.6.0-i386-xfce-CD-1.iso (695 Megabytes) 32bit only


    Lastly, for computers people find too slow to use as a typical Office PC (such as a 1GHz CPU 32bit i686 machine with under 1GB RAM such as approximately 256MB to 512MB RAM), media distribution (especially using a USB dongle RTL2832U for HAM RADIO SDR and TV stations and Radio), their PC can still perform many of the Linux functions (Wifi router, bridge, etc.) when configured as a standard-definition Media Centre TV by using LinHES Linux which is also on an ISO that fits on a CDROM, and can be updated once installed to an HDD. "Liberty focussing" media can be viewed on a LinHES PC as an HTPC, especially if a IR receiver is added with a bluetooth dongle and a nintendo wii-remote (or a FlIRC-USB with WindowsMedia Centre Remote if a user insists). Since LinHES has lighttpd installed, the lighttpd can be used for WebGUI and other general server functionality (running MariaDB and PHP and RSS). Then Squid can be installed for caching websites when the internet bandwidth is low or when the internet is down (disconnected temporarily), as a proxy server for example, so one could use Squid, lightsquid and logrotate for monitoring, Access control, caching. Secure Lighttpd with Let's Encrypt TLS. Then use IPTables (with firewall rules and so forth). Likewise could be done in Kwort Linux since it is Slackware Linux.

    LinHES 8.2 download

    Upgrading (when a LinHES PC is plugged into the internet via Wifi or ethernet RJ45), can be done thusly to version 8.3 and then to higher versions, in the link URL guides as follows:

    Install LinHES

    Upgrade LinHES

    Using UBCD (either booted from CDROM or installed to HDD first before booting UBCD) to mount the ISO of the torrented versions (of LinHES_R8.6.1.iso) to an HDD partition (e.g. IDE or SATA HDD partition) then allows for that later version of LinHES_R8.6.1.iso (exceeding the capacity of a CDROM, at 1.03GB filesize) to be installed as though the HDD-mounted ISO behaves as a bootable CDROM. One way of mounting a CDROM ISO file is with "KDE Ark" Linux software.

    KDE Ark software for CDROM ISO and Zip or GZip or 7z or Tar and archives

    KDE Ark software for CDROM ISO and Zip or GZip or 7z or Tar and archives

    UBCD HDD 'install'

    UBCD to HDD


    Here is that magnet link for the same torrent file LinHES_R8.6.1.iso.torrent which is also attached to this Movim Post.


    By direct download of 695MB, this older version of "Hirens Boot CD" ( is worth having too and performs some of the same functions as UBCD.

    hirens boot CD 15.2

    It is not to be confused with the newer version which is almost an entirely different approach of making this sort of Recovery CD and compatible with Microsoft Windows10 and that is the "Hirens Boot CD PE" although you can still do things like mount a CDROM ISO file to an HDD like with software such as "mDisk 1.6.0" included, and tools like "PLoP Boot Manager 5.0.14" so you can piggyback boot from the CDROM (or HDD if you have installed it there as per the youtube link below) to an Operating System installed on USB port storage device like a pendrive or a IEEE1284 port such as a ZIP-disk or Parallel port CD drive or a cable to another PC IEEE1284 parallel port thereby linking two computers together via a IEEE1284 parallel cable. It (Old Hirens Boot CD, i.e. is still very clever but for UEFI (modern BIOS) computers that run Windows7 (or Server2008) or newer Operating Systems, more modern than the BART-PE Windows XP recovery CDR people could make at home. It can be installed to a HDD like a PATA IDe or SATA internal mechanical HDD with spindle and platters (so I am not just talking about a USB Pendrive mass storage device).

    Hiren's Boot CD

    Installing Hiren's Boot CD USB PE To A Hard Drive On PC Or Laptop

    Whereas UBCD uses a DOS style environment, Knoppix is a Linux based Recovery CDROM which has some similar very powerful tools and is also an entire Linux operating system on a Live CD (ISO file 668.1 MB) and it too can be installed to an HDD and then used as a recovery "CD ISO" from an HDD (not merely from booting via an CDROM drive).


    The torrent file for it is attached:


    Below are Knoppix hacks including connecting to the internet via Bluetooth GPRS, recovering lost HDD data, cloning the HDD, Booting over a Network, Scanning for Viruses WarDriving (finding WiFi outdoors), creating persistent settings for the Knoppix CDROM on a Floppy Disk. An extra link is provided for detail.

    Knoppix Clone Hard Drives

    Clone drive using Knoppix

    multiple Linux links and Donating to GNOME GNU foundation

    Urdu Linux

    Ethiopia Linux

    Chinese and English Linux Hong Kong 考虑制作一个无线接入点。

    #skolelinux #simplesamlphp #oidc KodiLinux #debian

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