LiveLAMP Available: $10,000 Server Software Solution Free
Open Source Victoria (OSV), an industry cluster of more than 60 open source and free software providers, has responded to a group of IT teachers who want a simple way to test and deploy Linux servers in schools with a free server software CD.
OSV has developed a free product called LiveLAMP, which is a bootable CD that turns a spare computer into a Linux development server for students to practice and publish programming exercises in over a dozen languages with hundreds of development tools. . . .
This is a Con Zymaris baby, and you can read his first announcement about the project dated May 10 here. The concept from the email:
(Secondary) school teachers want to deploy Linux in labs, but their IT staff Don't Do Linux.
Teacher gets CD and a spare box. Boot from CD, wipe hard disk and install data (/home, /etc, /var) to disk (programs run from CD). That box serves LAMP to the other machines in the lab.
Read more about this at GrokLaw