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Submitted by Eisvogel | Last message on: Mar, 06/30/2020 - 05:42 | 2 comment(s)
Hello friends, I sometimes take part on public events to inform about labdoo and often people come to me saying that they want to do the journey to country where labdoo supports schools. I always tell them what to do to perform dootrips but they forget when preparing for the journey. I am wondering if a list with email address, country and perhaps date would help to get feedback. What do you...
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Submitted by jfdzar | Last message on: Lun, 06/29/2020 - 19:31 | 2 comment(s)
Hi Labdooers, after reading the successful test with the thermal printed labels in this post: I gave it a try and bought a second hand Brother QL-500. Tagging the Dootronics is one of the most anoying things for me.. But with a bit more code and thanks to the great Python library makers I made a short script which automatically creates and prints...
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Submitted by MichaelKnight | Last message on: Mié, 06/17/2020 - 07:05 | 2 comment(s)
Hi people, in situations when I need to sanitize a few laptops, I get annoyed by having e.g. 4 laptops running 24/7 just to have 'shred' running and cloning the image. So I got myself an external HDD to USB adapter to be able to just shred and supply HDDs from my normal private laptop and install them in the sanitized laptops afterwards. Here is the adapter I bought:
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Submitted by Kchung | Last message on: Mié, 06/17/2020 - 06:57 | 5 comment(s)
Hi All, Just wondering if anyone is using a label printer to produce labels that are more waterproof and durable than paper and tape. Does anyone have a working solution? Thanks, Kiran (NZ)
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Submitted by Rhein-Ruhr-Hub | Last message on: Mié, 05/06/2020 - 09:03 | 2 comment(s)
After several weeks of preparing the images for cloning based on Ubuntu MATE 20.04 LTS they are now available for download and tests. A big Thank You goes to the MATE developer team and Javier and Thomsen, Labdoo (Germany) for their important contribution to these images. If you check out the images you will find more "evolution than revolution", so there are new features and...
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Submitted by Rhein-Ruhr-Hub | Last message on: Mar, 05/05/2020 - 09:51 | 2 comment(s)
Hello, to make Labdoos contribution related to Corona / COVID-19 better visible on our web-site we are going to add COVID-19 to the name of an edoovillage. If you visit and type-in COVID-19 into free-text search, you will get a list of all projects worldwide, where Labdoo contributed to help during Corona crisis. If you...
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Submitted by Luis Parpal | Last message on: Mar, 04/14/2020 - 06:57 | 4 comment(s)
After clean hard disc show red messaje "t'he directory /home/partimage/ES for t'he imputed name dies not exist". When I oppen directory hard disc there us an error missatge." Mount/seva/Ada....finished whith error....Undevil:error 64. Unable to determinate decile fstype specify with -t" I've repeate clean, try other PAE versión , try diferent possibilités for instalación (antrix. Save mode...
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Submitted by eparpal | Last message on: Jue, 04/02/2020 - 07:11 | 5 comment(s)
Can anybody tell me if this tablet can be sanitized for labdoo purpuses? Sanitize Tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G GT-P7500 16GB Otherwise i understand we can just do a factory reset and send it as is, right? Is it gonna be good enough to navigate internet or will it be ok for any other function? Thanks a lot
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Submitted by Rhein-Ruhr-Hub | Last message on: Sáb, 03/14/2020 - 12:25 | 0 comment(s)
As you might have noticed, Labdoo (Germany) merged their Facebook page with the international Facebook page Within this Facebook page you will find a sub-group of Labdoo (Germany) Join this group, if you don't want to miss any information, event or post related to Labdoo (Germany). So we want to use the time of our...
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Submitted by Rhein-Ruhr-Hub | Last message on: Lun, 03/09/2020 - 13:10 | 0 comment(s)
How large is my disk-drive? How to find the image matching to my disk-size? Helpers report some confusion to understand the correct size of a disk-drive and find the matching image. E.g. a laptop has a 250 GB disk-drive (when you look at the label of a disk-drive), but in BIOS, tools like Labtix or Parted Magic the disk-size is shown as 232 GB...