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KDE Education

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  10574
Submitted:  Nov 5 2004
Updated:  Nov 1 2005


(used to be 'my educative project")
More screenshots on: http://tuxer.tk
Find out all about EduKator: http://tuxer.tk
NEW: kubuntu packages thanks to thomas decoster
NEW: KLIK packages thanks to Kurt Pfeifle and Simon Peter
I made this educative software as a part of my thesis when I graduated from highschool.

I wanted to help people gain knowledge about fysical and mathematical statements in a way that it is fun to do. The theory is explained and it is possible to make exercices.
I aim to make a nice program that can be used in schools and at home.
All comments are welcome!!!
Everybody who has some new ideas conserning this project may send me an e-mail. All help is welcome!! (translations, more exercices, new programs, ideas, ...) toon.muylkens@pandora.be
The program consists out of 4 programs: ARCHIMEDES, OPTICS, DUBBLARATES and EXTREMA PROBLEMS (minamum and maximum)
---->From source code
extract tar.gz and goto project dir.
su (root password)
make install

--->Kubuntu package
dpkg -i /path/to/package/package.deb

-->Klik package
*install klik (alt+F2 and enter "wget klik.atekon.de/client/install -O -|sh")
*klik on the link
*an icon will appear on your desktop

---->From precompiled package: (OLD VERSION)
*cd to the project dir.
*sh ./install_eindwerk.sh

---->QMAKE project: (OLD VERSION)
*No configure file yet
*I have chaged the Makefiles, I think (= hope) it will compile now :-)
*upack the tar.gz
*cd to to project map

*type edukator in konsole
*KDE : ALT+F2 and enter 'edukator'
*check the KDE Menu

** Get educated, Use EduKator :-) **
******** Have fun with it! ***********

IMPORTANT: When KDE4 arrives, I will make a new version of EduKator, ported to QT4 and with new features. Please Mail your suggestions.
thanks, Toon


*thanks to Mvillarino, I could add the galician language.
*FIX: exercise archimedes
*New Language: Russian: thanks to Alexey Kouznetsov
*New Language: French: thanks to Henri Girard
*New Language: Spanish: thanks to José "L. Redrejo (not finished yet)
*EduKator now has ONE package for all the languages; it uses your language or otherwise just english.
---> this needs some testing :-)
0.6 (btw: no logic in the verion numbering :-) )
*Approvements in the doublerates section
*Russian translation added (not yet finished, thanks to Alexey Kouznetsov)
*Translated the code itself to english => easier for developers
*new exercice in archimedes section

*Tony removed spell errors
*I removed some bugs
*Renewed the part about DoubleRates
*Renamed html files in english (only important for developers)
*NEW PROGRAM: extrema problems: minumum values, maximum values,...
*I made the code more efficient = faster
*cleared out some bugs.
*Finally!!: good make scripts, configure scripts, imported it in kdevelop.
*Made a KDE application of it (used to be a QT application)
*I have corrected some spell errors.
*I have added a pre-compiled package
*I have changed the Makefiles, I hope it will compile now...
--> configure files will follow.
*I have added the dutch version

Source(Source Code Multi Lingual (0.6.2))
Ubuntu(NEW!! Kubuntu package EduKator MultiLinugual 0.6.2)
Klik(NEW!! KLIK package EduKator multi lingual 0.6.2)
(Source Code Multi Lingual (0.6.1) (old))
(Source Code Russian (0.6) (old))
(Source Code Dutch (0.6) (old))
(QMake Pre Compiled Dutch ( 0.4.2 ->OLD))
(QMake English ( 0.4.2 ->OLD))
(Source Code English (0.6) (old))
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 EduKator in...

 by toonmuylkens on: Mar 19 2005
Score 50%

English, Dutch, RUSSIAN, SPANISH

*A russion and a spanish version may be on its way.


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 by toonmuylkens on: Apr 23 2005
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EduKator Multi Lingual should automaticly choose the right language.
When EduKator isn't available in your language it should choose english.

I havn't been able to test this propper. So can you all let me know if it works or does not work please.

EduKator supports: English, Dutch, French, Russian, Spanish (only menu's at the moment)

Thanks a lot
toon (alias tuxer)

---> EduKator, Tuxsaver, Artwork, ...

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 Kubuntu Packages

 by thomax on: Oct 1 2005
Score 50%

Okay, here is the kubuntu .deb for all you kubuntu lovers, it should also work on other debian based systems, but that hasn't been tested yet, so any help would be apriciated.

Here is the link:


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 by probono on: Oct 1 2005
Score 50%

klik://edukator for those who prefer to klik :-)

(See http://klik.atekon.de/ or http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=12841 for a description of klik)

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 Re: klik://edukator

 by toonmuylkens on: Oct 2 2005
Score 50%

Thanks for providing the community with this klik package.

Klik really is a nice tool.

btw:I have read that making klik packages isn't even that difficult.

The klik database is really BIG by the way those who don't know KLIK yet, might wanna check it out.


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 Re: Re: klik://edukator

 by thomax on: Oct 2 2005
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No it isn't difficult, cause they just use the existing .deb files ;)

Computer support, Coding and Programming support, and way more @ http://www.digitaldirection.net/forums/
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 by BorgQueen on: Oct 17 2005
Score 50%

Wonderful work.
KDE is coming the preferred educational desktop for my little area. The more people see Gnu Linux and KDE, the more the opt for it.

Its work like this that makes it all possible.

Well done you,

The Borg Queen

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 nice but...

 by DanaKil on: Nov 1 2005
Score 50%

Nice but the name "eduKator" is not the most appropriate, because it's "only" about fysical and mathematical

anyway, great appz :)

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 Re: nice but...

 by toonmuylkens on: Nov 1 2005
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Finding a good name isn't very easy

But I think about EduKator more as a concept to learn stuff.
First you see an animation or so, then you can change some stuff and see what it does, after that one can study the theory and make some exercices.

EduKator can host lingual-stuff too. Or things about history in the future...

But then the application will need to be re-designed a bit, I think....

So if anyone has some suggestions...please let me know


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