newsGNU Health - News: openSUSE donates more Raspberry Pis to the GNU Health project

 
 
Latest News
GNU Health Control Center 3.6.5 supports Weblate posted by meanmicio, Thu 02 Jul 2020 09:50:28 PM UTC - 0 replies
GNU Health starts the migration to Weblate posted by meanmicio, Mon 22 Jun 2020 11:32:33 AM UTC - 0 replies
Security: GNU Health HMIS Control Center 3.6.4 is out! posted by meanmicio, Sat 20 Jun 2020 04:25:49 PM UTC - 0 replies
GNU Health HMIS patchset 3.6.4 released posted by meanmicio, Sat 16 May 2020 05:42:26 PM UTC - 0 replies
GNU Health GTK CLient 3.6.8 released posted by meanmicio, Sun 01 Mar 2020 01:43:29 PM UTC - 0 replies
[Submit News]
[66 news in archive]

openSUSE donates more Raspberry Pis to the GNU Health project

Item posted by Luis Falcon <meanmicio> on Sat 26 May 2018 01:02:14 PM UTC.

Dear community:

Today, in the context of the openSUSE conference 2018, oSC18, openSUSE donated 10 Raspberry Pis to the GNU health project.

GNU Health embedded, is a project that delivers GNU Health in single board machines, like raspberry pi.

The #GNUHealthEmbedded project delivers a ready-to-run, full blown installation of GNU Health. From the GNUHealth kernel, the database and even a demo database that can be installed.

The user only needs to point the client to the the server address.

The new Raspberry Pis will include:

  • Latest openSUSE Leap 15
  • GNU Health 3.4 server
  • Offline documentation
  • Lab interfaces

It will also include the Federation related packages, so it could act as a relay or as a node in the distributed, federated model.

Thank you so much to openSUSE for their generous donation, and commitment to the GNUHealth project, as an active member and as an sponsor !

Main news from openSUSE portal:
https://news.opensuse.org/2018/05/26/opensuse-donates-10-more-raspberry-pis-to-gnu-health/

No messages in openSUSE donates more Raspberry Pis to the GNU Health project

 

Back to the top


Powered by Savane 3.5