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  • Bodhi Linux

    Escuelas Linux is a distribution based on Bodhi Linux. It includes a lot of educational software and can be installed on almost any PC, either in 32-bit or 64-bit.
    As we use the Ubuntu repositories, you also can have access to more than 47000 packages, additionally to the ones we include.

    To know more about Bodhi Linux
  • Everything is ready to use

    Escuelas Linux gives you most of the included apps thoroughly curated, ready to be used. You do not need to compile, search for extensions nor do anything strange to have your apps working at their best.

    See installation packages
  • The world of Free Software in education

    Escuelas Linux is used today in hundreds of educational environments, from preschool to high school, in 127 countries and counting.

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  • Installation

    Escuelas Linux is a low-resource distribution. As it uses Moksha as the graphical interface, the RAM and disk requirements are very low, making it possible to install it even on computers with at least 512 MB of RAM and 40 GB of hard disk space.
    Do you want to test before installing? Escuelas Linux can work on “Live” mode, from the same USB stick you would use to install it.

    See Installation Manual
  • Our own tools

    Escuelas Linux includes essential tools for its use in classrooms, such as our apps RestoreUser (to restore all the included apps to their default settings) and ReinstateUser (to fix all the included apps to their default settings, as well as delete all user files from the account).
    As for the desktop, you can make changes, but it would return to its default state after a reboot, a convenient feature on public access environments. Nevertheless, if you need the desktop unlocked or make changes to it, we also have apps to do it with ease. Everything is on our System menu.

  • Included software

    Escuelas Linux has many relevant apps that can be used at school or home. On office suites, we include LibreOffice and OnlyOffice; on Graphics, we include apps such as Gimp, Krita, and Inskcape, all that you could need to work and have fun, always with low resource consumption.
    We also include web browsers such as Firefox, Chrome/Chromium, and many other apps to have everything you need at your fingertips.
  • Educational software

    Escuelas Linux includes a superb selection of educational apps to serve users of all ages.
    For the little ones, there are apps such as TuxPaint and GCompris; for the kids, TuxMath and Scratch, for the young ones are available WxMaxima, Geogebra, Kalzium, and many more.

  • Developer Pack

    Do you want to create sophisticated apps on Escuelas Linux? Then download and use the Escuelas Linux Developer Pack.
    The Developer Pack is an add-on that you can optionally install on top of Escuelas Linux. Doing so would give you access to Android Studio, Eclipse, NetBeans, Git, App Inventor, PseInt, Karel J. Robot Simulator, and SQLite, among others.

    Install Developer Pack


Free Software at your fingertips: Escuelas Linux 7.6 (64-bit) and 6.20 (32-bit) are here!

Free Software is the computing engine of our time. At Escuelas Linux, we are proud to contribute with our small grain of sand to make this paradigm a reality for educational environments.

We serve education interests by providing a carefully configured distribution ready to run on recent computers with our 64-bit edition and older computers with our 32-bit edition. In this way, we contribute to reducing...


Escuelas Linux, the award-winning educational distribution, is back with its new releases: 7.5 for 64-bit and 6.19 for 32-bit

In short, we offer a well-rounded Linux valuable distribution for educational and general purposes. You can use it online or offline, and it includes a selection of apps from third parties and some apps of our own, designed to ease the maintenance of public-access...


Escuelas Linux announces the release of new versions: 7.4 64-bit and 6.18 32-bit

Why are we releasing new versions of Escuelas Linux on such short notice?

It's because of LibreOffice.

The previous release of Escuelas Linux included LibreOffice 7.3.0, and it ran just fine, at least in our tests on some computer brands.

However, after installing on some other...