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Get Help / Re: theoretical and practical classes
« Last post by Huda on Today at 07:09:17 AM »
Thanks again Liviu for your screenshots. They make it clear to me :)
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Get Help / Re: theoretical and practical classes
« Last post by Liviu Lalescu on Today at 06:28:46 AM »
Second question:
I want to make sure, when I work on the activities. I assign the teachers to the groups not to the subgroups, right?

It is, indeed, nicer to use the groups than subgroups. And it is recommended so, in your case.
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Get Help / Re: theoretical and practical classes
« Last post by Liviu Lalescu on Today at 06:24:47 AM »
Thanks Liviu  for your reply.
I want to make it clear. When a student is enrolled in a course, he has to take both the theoretical  and practical parts. And as I said before, theoretical classes are bigger than practical ones. So, for theoretical classes students are divided into two groups, and for practical into 4 groups.
I gave a look to the attached file. You did not use "Divide year by selecting categories ", right? 

So, I don't have to use it, right?. Simply, in the year I need to add "Level 4" and in the groups I need to add: " Level 4 Group A, Level 4 Group B, Level 4 Group C, Level 4, Level 4 Group D, Level 4 Group E, Level 4 Group F"

No, I did not make myself clear. I used "Divide year by selecting categories", just that you cannot see exactly how I did this. You need to enter the Groups and the Subgroups dialogs and see there the way FET considers them for year Level 4 (in my file liviu.fet).

I will show you some screenshots, attached.

It is not as simple as you would like, just to add groups. You need also subgroups.

The dialog of dividing a year by categories will retain the last settings, not the settings for that year (a minus point for FET).
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Get Help / Re: theoretical and practical classes
« Last post by Huda on Today at 06:06:18 AM »
Thanks Liviu  for your reply.
I want to make it clear. When a student is enrolled in a course, he has to take both the theoretical  and practical parts. And as I said before, theoretical classes are bigger than practical ones. So, for theoretical classes students are divided into two groups, and for practical into 4 groups.
I gave a look to the attached file. You did not use "Divide year by selecting categories ", right? 
So simply, I need to use year, groups and subgroups only as in your file.

Second question:
I want to make sure, when I work on the activities. I assign the teachers to the groups not to the subgroups, right?
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Zsolt Udvari on February 19, 2018, 01:36:50 PM »
I'm using it on FreeBSD 2 (model B).
I don't know about RaspBSD. I'm using 11.1. The 12 is "under developing" (or CURRENT in FreeBSD terminology), its release expected about one year later (see here).
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Volker Dirr on February 19, 2018, 01:16:32 PM »
Nice. I think i tried FreeBSD the last time maybe 20 years ago.
Maybe i will give it a try the next days again.

You use a Pi 3 or 2?
If you use a Pi 3: WiFi is working? (I just ask because of https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD/arm/Raspberry%20Pi . Maybe the information is already out of date)

So what do you suggest as best iso i can use?
a) http://www.raspbsd.org/raspberrypi.html (more "stable"?)
b) ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/arm64/aarch64/ISO-IMAGES/12.0/ ("newer"?!)
c) maybe there is even a better location?!
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Zsolt Udvari on February 19, 2018, 01:05:14 PM »
I'm using FreeBSD on an RPi (with Kodi), on two laptops (me and my wife), on one old (about 15 years old) desktop machine (only backup, not daily use) and on five VPS's.
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Volker Dirr on February 19, 2018, 12:53:30 PM »
So you use FreeBSD on a Raspberry Pi (or "only" on an other computer)?
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Zsolt Udvari on February 19, 2018, 12:33:05 PM »
Understand :)
But I think I'll stay at FreeBSD ;)
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General Stuff / Re: Compiling time (with Raspberry Pi 3)
« Last post by Volker Dirr on February 19, 2018, 12:29:17 PM »
Yes and No. Depending on what you do.

a) Many users will already have Raspbian, since that is normaly already installed if you buy an Raspberry Pi with SD card.
b) I am not sure about the GOPI-Ports and the connector for camera and extra display (not the html-display). They run out of the box with Raspbian. I am not sure how to use them with default Debian. I guess/bet drivers are not installed there, since most other arm users don't have that. So Raspbian is running fine out of the box. I am not sure about Debian. I fear you need to config that. Maybe i will try that next weekend.
c) I am also not sure about Mathematica, Minecraft, ... . There are special free versions for Raspbian. That versions are not included in official debian, since Mathematica is not free software. You need to pay a few hundred Euro/Dollar if you want to buy it for debian. Raspbian users get it for free :-)
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