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Distribution GNU/Linux

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This distribution was designed to facilitate the refurbishing of computers given to humanitarian organizations, especially Emmaüs communities, where the name comes from, and to promote the discovery of GNU/Linux by beginners, but also to extend the life of the equipment and to reduce waste caused by over- consumption of raw materials.

Emmabuntüs is used to re-use computers by the following associations and organizations: PC de L'Espoir, Trira (TRI Rhône-Alpes), THOT (c.i.s), Ailleurs Solidaires, l’EPN de Durbuy (Belgium), Eisenia, see the full list.

Emmabuntüs is running in 7 training centers in Togo, on computers installed by YovoTogo and JUMP Lab'Orione (The march of the YovoTogo children toward the digital age), in 2 centers in Nepal on computers installed by Ailleurs-Solidaires et CaLviX (Emmabuntüs, the Linux for « Ailleurs Solidaires »), and within 7 nursery schools located the "Ile-de-France" area.

Dear users !
All documents on our sites are first written in French, and translated into other languages: English, Español

Emmabuntüs is more than a GNU/Linux distribution

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And especially our collaboration with the Jerry - Do It Together project. Jerry is an open source hardware project that is fully up-cycled and very low-cost. It gives a new life to computer components that would otherwise go in the trash. About a year ago this project chose Emmabuntüs as a favourite distribution on the Jerry desktop version, and the JerryClan Ivory Coast work and create: JerryTub for the monitoring patients of tuberculosis, m-Pregancy for the monitoring of pregnancies and pregnant women, and OpenDjeliba a collaborative platform participatory citizens' information production by SMS from basic mobile phones.

Emmabuntüs is used in the project JerryCyber developed by Ayiyikoh Incubator. This project will provide access to computers and internet to the public and members of the FabLab.


Free documentation

For novices users For download For documentation See also

Technical support and bug reports

You can ask questions at page of contact

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