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How is Edubuntu related to Ubuntu?
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Located in SchoolAdvocacy/C/school-advocacy.xml:531(title)
Edubuntu is based on, and is indeed dependant on Ubuntu. As packages are updated in Ubuntu, they are also updated in Edubuntu, as they share the same package repository. This also means that they both have the same release cycle, which occurs roughly every six months. You will also find that many Edubuntu developers are also developers for Ubuntu.
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Located in SchoolAdvocacy/C/school-advocacy.xml:532(para)
I don't know much English. Can I also get help in my language?
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Located in SchoolAdvocacy/C/school-advocacy.xml:541(title)
Of course you can! As well as this document being translated into several other languages, there are a few Edubuntu localization teams around the world and a huge number of Ubuntu localization teams. If you think you can help, why not join your local team?
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Located in SchoolAdvocacy/C/school-advocacy.xml:543(para)
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