Project Outputs

Inventory of Technology Installed/Upgraded

Computer 1:  1024 MB (1GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts:  Administrator (username=shadowwood1, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 2:  1024 MB (1GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts:  Administrator (username=shadowwood2, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 3:  2048 MB (2GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood3, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 4:  2048 MB (2GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood4, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 5:  1536 MB (1.5GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood5, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 6:  2048 MB (2GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood6, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 7:  768 MB RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood7, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 8:  2048 MB RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [password=451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood8, password=451Rocks!) user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 9:  1024 MB (1GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood9, password=451Rocks!) user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Computer 10:  1024 MB (1GB) RAM (DDR SDRAM); Windows XP (Clean Slate Software), 2 accounts (Shadow Wood [no password] and GSLIS Admin [451Rocks!]).
Linux Mint Mate 14, 2 accounts: Administrator (username=shadowwood10, password=451Rocks!), user (username=espanol, password=espanol).

Additional Items:
2 keyboards and mice
2 monitors
10 headphones
4 chairs

Software

Accessories
Games
Start-Up
Internet Explorer
Remote Assistance
Window Messengers
Google Earth
Itunes
Open Office 3.4
Real Attendance (Media)
Mozilla Firefox
Foxit Reader
Win RAR
Outlook Express
Window Media Player
Window Movie Maker
GIMP2
Google Talk
Microsoft Silverlight
Quick Time
Windows Live
Microsoft Security Essential (AV)
Google Chrome
Video LAN (Media Player)

 

Environmental Changes Made (Use of Space):

After much discussion, we are not re-arranging the space extensively.  Instead, we are adding two additional computers (*) to the remaining open round table.  The rectangular table is used for homework, but there was a shortage of chairs.  Four additional chairs will be added.

Image of table arrangement in Shadow Wood lab.

Training and Documentation Provided

Prepared Community Ambassador by bringing a completed computer to the lab for a trial.

Additionally, documentation for how to save documents using LibreOffice will be provided. Currently Open Office is in use.  The documentation will highlight how to save a document in a compatible format and how to save to a specific location.  These were things that were highlighted as trouble points for current lab users.  Further, additional documentation highlighted how to login to Windows or Linux from the boot screen.

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