I am the technology coordinator for a small K-12 school district in Bristol, Tennessee. We are interested in installing the free e-learning software from [Jones Advisory Group].
While the installation guide attached here clearly explains how to install the system onto a Linux server, I would like to install it on a Macintosh OS X Server running version 10.2.
I have spoken to the tech support folks at Jones and they say that it should work fine. Unfortunately, they do not have any experience with Macs and there isn't any help in their forums.
I am looking for someone willing to install the entire package remotely. This would include installing and configuring the third-party applications mentioned in the installation guide.
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We have a G4 Macintosh OS X Server, version 10.2. It is a couple of years old but is quite robust. Until now, we have used it only as a streaming server.