29. августа 2005. у 4:15 pm #6042zharcoУчесник
Sada sam vec usao u fazon sa Linuxom …
Do sada sam imao Mandrivu 10.1 i 2005 i uvideo sam da su sve one price za Mandrak (uglavnom) tralalala [email protected]ravanje …
ALI … Nekako mi se Mandriva ne svidja …
Ipak ja pored multimedije volim i da cackam ovo i ono i da vidim sta je ovde i onde …. A za to je Patak malo dechiji …
Sto ce reci „sazreo sam “ :))
Dakle na sta da predjem sada …
PLZ… Somewhone?129. августа 2005. у 4:54 pm #33620mtm76Учесник
Dakle na sta da predjem sada …
na heroin…29. августа 2005. у 4:55 pm #33621kmilosУчесник
O da, ponedeljak je, idemo sve iz početka 😛 😆
A moderatori spavaju li spavaju 😉
Ali evo da odgovorim i ispadnem glup što se pecam na ovakve baljezgarije: kad već imaš crve u dupetu (i slobodnog vremena), zar je stvarno bitno šta ćeš da probaš i šta će neko da ti predloži? Uzmi bre redom isprobavaj šta god ti dođe pod ruku ili padne na pamet, pre ili kasnije ćeš naići na nešto što ti skroz paše, niko ne može da pogodi tvoj ukus kao ti sam…
😆 😆 😛29. августа 2005. у 5:12 pm #33622LYbУчесник
Aj pecam se i ja 😛
Nemoj da prelazis, pograj se malo vise sa time sto imas… stavi bind… stavi apache-a u lokalu… provali kako te stvari rade… napravi test usera, pa instaliraj vmware, pa pod njim instaliraj neki win… ili recimo solaris ako imas memorije…pa napravi skriptu kad se taj test user uloguje u X da mu se kao default okruzenje dize wmvare sa tim operativnim sistemom, da prakticno ni ne zna da je na linuxu…
E, tada mozes da kazes da si usao u fazon sa linuxom, onako, ne skroz, ali prilicno.29. августа 2005. у 5:34 pm #33623tomajaГлавни мајстор
Dobro, da vidim, ko je ovde rekao „ja sam rekao ja sam rekao ja“ ?
Nemoj sad sve da ve poizbacivam sa forumi 😉
Na žalost većina novih korisnika ne zna, ne želi , itd. da pretraži forum, a baška što je pitanje be(spredmetno)(smisleno), tj. slično onom: “ a koji mi auto preporučujete ?“
linux4life30. августа 2005. у 12:39 am #33624LYbУчесник
Za auto se zna, ili Honda Prelude 4WS ili Nissan Skyline GT-R R-34 🙂30. августа 2005. у 11:37 am #33625dejaniumУчесник
ajde sta vam je, sta ste napali coveka.
posto te mrzi da pretrazujes forum evo ti mala pomoc pri izboru promene distribucije :
Leading distributions have been around for a while and are well-established. Usually a variety of products are available from low-end x86 versions to high-end versions for IBM mainframes and the latest 64-bit technology. Most come from companies that supply service and support contracts for their products. They also tend to support many languages.
The Debian Project is currently the largest volunteer based distribution provider. The distribution is supports many languages and hardware platforms. The old (still supported) version is 3.0 (woody), now up to the sixth revision. Debian 3.0r6 was released June 2, 2005. Debian 3.1 (sarge) was released June 6, 2005 and is now the current stable version.
The Fedora Project is Red Hat’s community distribution. It is intended to be a fast-paced distribution for those that like to stay on the leading edge of technology. It is also a test-bed for Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux products. The Fedora Core contains all the packages necessary to run a functional desktop or small server. The first Fedora Core release was dated November 5, 2003. Fedora Core 3 is still supported. The current stable version is Fedora Core 4, releaed June 13, 2005.
# Fedora Legacy
The Fedora Legacy Project is a community-supported open source project. It is not a supported project of Red Hat, Inc. although Red Hat, Inc. does provide some support services for it. The goal of Fedora Legacy is to work with the Linux community to provide security and critical bug fix errata packages for select End of Life Red Hat Linux and Fedora Core distributions. As of April 2005 Red Hat Linux 7.3 and 9 are still supported, as are Fedora Core 1 and 2.
# Gentoo Linux
Gentoo Linux is a source-based distribution that can be optimized and customized for just about any application or need. Gentoo offers extreme performance, configurability and a top-notch user and developer community. Users keep their systems up-to-date using Portage, which is based on BSD Ports. Gentoo is a meta-distribution with a large number of packages available (7000 as of July 2004). Gentoo Linux 2005.0 was released March 28, 2005, supporting Alpha, AMD64, PPC, PPC64, SPARC and X86 (IA64 and SPARC32 in progress). Gentoo Linux 2005.1 was released August 8, 2005.
# Mandriva Linux
Mandriva online store
Mandriva web-based support platform
Mandriva is a new name for two popular distribution companies resulting from the merger of the French company Mandrakesoft and the Brazilian company Conectiva. During 2005 Conectiva technolgy will be integrated into Mandrakelinux, to create Mandrivalinux 2006. Mandrivalinux Limited Edition 2005 (for x86 and x86-64) was released April 13, 2005. Mandriva Linux Limited Edition PPC was released April 26, 2005. On June 15, 2005 Mandriva acquired Lycoris assets and hired Lycoris founder and CEO, Joesph Cheek. Expect Lycoris technology to be incorporated during 2006. Multi Network Firewall (MNF), version 2 was released June 21, 2005. The third beta of Mandriva Linux 2006 was released August 24, 2005.
# Red Hat Enterprise
Red Hat, Inc. provides one of the the best known distributions in the world. In 2003 the company announced its decision to drop its popular Red Hat Linux in order to concentrate on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux line. The Fedora Project (see above) has replaced the Red Hat Linux line for the home user or small business. Red Hat Linux 9 was released April 7, 2003, and official Red Hat support ended on May 1, 2004. Red Hat Enterprise Linux comes with service and support contracts for those Red Hat customers who require a stable, supported system. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 was released October 22, 2003. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (Nahant) was released February 15, 2005.
# Slackware Linux
Slackware German forum: http://www.slackforum.de/
Slackware (Italian style) http://www.slack.z00.it/slack/slack.html
The Slackware project is headed by Patrick J. Volkerding, with a cast of volunteers and a loyal following. It is the oldest active Linux distribution with the first release dated July 16, 1993. The official Slackware project supports only x86 platforms, however others have made ports to other platforms. Slackware 10.1 was released February 6, 2005.
# SuSE Linux
Unofficial SuSE FAQ
Nuremberg based SuSE Linux AG was the European UnitedLinux partner, and supplied much of the code base for UnitedLinux. SuSE was acquired by US company Novell (finalized January 12, 2004), but the company is still based in Germany. Novell Open Enterprise Server bundles SLES9 and Netware. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) supports x86, x86-64, IPF (ia64), POWER (32 & 64bit, ppc & ppc64) and Mainframes (32 & 64bit, s390 & s390x). SUSE Linux Professional and Novell Linux Desktop are currently only available on x86 and x86-64. Current versions: SLES 9, SUSE LINUX Professional 9.3. The first openSUSE release, SUSE Linux 10.0 Beta 3 (code name: Bangalore) became available August 26, 2005.
# Ubuntu Linux
„Ubuntu“ is an ancient African word, meaning „Humanity To Others“. The Ubuntu Linux distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the software world, providing a system which is freely available. Both community and professional support is available. Kubuntu is Ubuntu but with KDE instead of GNOME for the desktop. (K)Ubuntu is suitable for both desktop and server use. Edubuntu is a version for the classroom. The initial Ubuntu release (4.10 Preview released September 15, 2004) supports Intel x86 (IBM-compatible PC), AMD64 (Hammer) and PowerPC (Apple iBook and Powerbook, G4 and G5) architectures. Version 4.10 „The Warty Warthog Release“ was released October 20, 2004. Ubuntu 5.04 „The Hoary Hedgehog“ was released April 8, 2005. Kubuntu 5.04 was also released April 8, 2005. Ubuntu 5.10 „the Breezy Badger“ Colony CD 3 (beta) was released August 17, 2005. Kubuntu has KDE 3.4.2 packages available.
There is often a fine line between „leading“ and „well-known“ distributions. Some polls now show that a few of these „well-known“ distributions are currently more popular than some of the „leading“ distributions.
ASPLinux is an RPM-based general purpose Linux distribution. It features an intuitive GUI install with integrated partition resizer (supported types are ext2fs, fat16, fat32, and ntfs) and comprehensive packages set. The distribution provides full compatibility with Red Hat RPMs, and it is available in English, Russian, Korean, and Chinese languages. ASP 7.3 (vostok) was released August 13, 2002. ASPLinux 10 (Karelia) was released December 23, 2004.
# Rock Linux
ROCK Linux is a source-based Linux distribution and a Distribution Build Kit. You can configure your personal build of ROCK Linux to get the distribution you want. Most of the ROCK Linux development is done on ix86 Hardware, but ROCK Linux also supports the Alpha AXP, PowerPC, Sparc32/Sparc64 and MIPS architectures. The dROCK (Desktop ROCK Linux) Target is a strip-down of the generic target for typical desktop installations. ROCK Linux 2.0.3 was released November 23, 2004. The dRock desktop target released version 2.0.1 on May 28, 2004.
# Sun Java Desktop System
Sun Microsystems has a version of Linux targeted toward the enterprise desktop. The base is SuSE Linux, with Sun’s version of the GNOME desktop, and some of Sun’s proprietary software such as StarOffice and Java development tools. Once codenamed Project MadHatter (August 2003), the first JDS was released September 30, 2003. The Sun Java Desktop System, Release 2 became available May 4, 2004. No new versions expected.
Turbolinux supports a variety of platforms and Asian languages. They were the Asian arm of UnitedLinux. March 15, 2004 Turbolinux became a wholly owned subsidiary of Livedoor, a large Japanese ISP. Turbolinux 10 Desktop was released October 2, 2003. Turbolinux 10 F, designed for home computer users, was released April 27, 2004. Turbolinux 10 Server (10S) was released October 5, 2004. Turbolinux 10 for AMD64/EM64T preview edition was released February 16, 2005.
These are designed to be user-friendly, easy to install distributions with plenty of desktop applications.
aLinux Support Forum
aLinux is a Professional Linux Operating System (700MB) designed for ease of use and sports a visually stunning Graphical User Interface, while maintaining a level of sophistication that experienced linux users can appreciate. Formerly known as Peanut Linux when
v12.1 was released February 23, 2005. The name was changed to aLinux and version 12.2 was released March 24, 2005. Version 12.5 the „Multimedia Explosion Release“ was released August 19, 2005.
# Ark Linux
Ark Linux is a Linux distribution designed especially for desktop use, primarily for people without prior Linux experience. Its main goal is ease of use, and the inclusion of many tools end users will need. Ark Linux is based on Red Hat 7.3 / 8.0, with KDE. Initial Freshmeat version 1.0-0.alpha7.1 was released March 14, 2003. Ark Linux 2005.1 was released March 19, 2004. Ark Linux 2005.1-SR1, released March 30, 2005, fixes some problems. Ark Linux 2005.2-rc1 was released August 13, 2005.
# Athene Operating System
Athene is a commercial operating system developed by Rocklyte Systems for use in the home and office. Athene combines years of Rocklyte’s R&D with the latest Linux technology to create one of the fastest operating systems available today. With boot times as fast as four seconds and advanced graphics technology not available in standard Linux distributions.
# Bonzai Linux
Bonzai Linux has been built to offer a Debian based Desktop-OS that fits on a 180MB CD-R(W). The Distribution includes the current stable version of KDE and has been modified for easier installation. Version 1.5 was released May 20, 2003. Version 3.2 was released January 14, 2004.
# Cobind Desktop
The Cobind Desktop is based on Fedora Core Linux, stripped into a lightweight desktop environment designed with the average user in mind. Using XFce and Nautilus, it offers a Linux distribution that crosses into the mass technology market by giving typical users a fast and familiar desktop experience. Version 0.2 (beta) was released June 23, 2004.
# DeLi Linux
DeLi Linux stands for „Desktop Light“ Linux, a desktop distribution for older computers, from 486 to Pentium MMX 166 or so. Slackware 7.1-based DeLi includes plenty of desktop software such as email clients, a graphical Web browser, an office package with word processor and spreadsheet, etc. A full install, including XFree86 and development tools, needs no more than 300 MB of harddisk space. DeLi uses the 2.2.19 kernel for a smaller footprint and rocksolid stability on older hardware. Initial version 0.1 was released November 3, 2002. Version 0.6.1 was released September 9, 2004.
# ELX, Everyone’s Linux
Elx provides an easy-to-use desktop (BizDesktop) distribution and a server offering (ISPserver). BizDesktop 4.0 is based on kernel 2.4.20 and contains a variety of applications suitable for business and home usage. ELX BizDesktop 4.0 became available for free download January 10, 2005.
# EvilEntity Linux
Some say the Linux desktop is dead. Undead Linux seeks to counter that opinion by offering EvilEntity Linux, an easy to install, easy to use, i686 „Windows replacement“ Linux desktop for the home computer. The initial release, EvilE DR-0.2.4d, was released April 26, 2002. EvilE DR-0.2.5 was released January 27, 2003. DR-0.3 is in progress.
Freespire is made from the freely available source code of the Linspire operating system, and other Linux distributions. All the proprietary components and trademarks have been removed. The initial release is a live CD / proof of concept, for i386 and AMD64. Added to the list August 23, 2005.
A product of Future Technologies, the FTOSX Desktop is a RPM-based OS for IA-32 platforms. FTOSX offers more than 1,000 software packages including its own KDE-base desktop. Current version FTOSX Desktop 2004.
# GoodGoat Linux http://www.goodgoat.com/distro/
GoodGoat Linux is based on Gentoo. It’s a simple desktop that can run from a usb key, hard drive or cdrom disk. Version 1.1 of GoodGoat Linux was released January 17, 2005. Version 1.2(beta) was released March 4, 2005.
# Icepack Linux
Icepack Linux is a full-featured Linux distribution built from scratch. Version 1.0 released on February 13th 2001. It’s optimized for the i586 family of processors and aims to be user-friendly in both installation and configuration. Icepack 2.75 is the current stable release. Development version 2.92 was released August 17, 2003.
# Ignalum Linux OS
Ignalum Linux OS is an intuitive graphical environment that works right out of the box and offers compatibility with Microsoft Windows and Ignalum’s Internet-sharing and IPv6-over-NAT capabilities. Currently at version 9.0b, released September 13, 2004.
# LibraNet GNU/Linux
A Debian based distribution for the desktop. Version 2.7 was released September 4, 2002. Version 3.0 was released April 18, 2005.
# Linare Linux OS
Linare bundles a user-friendly Linux OS with lots of open source applications and installs the software on low cost desktop PCs and laptops, or you can buy a box set of the software.
Linspire (once known as Lindows) was first announced in October 2001 as LindowsOS. The distribution was renamed Linspire in April 2004 and the company was renamed the following September. Linspire is a Debian-based distribution targeted at non-technical Windows users and it comes in a live CD version as well as a fully installable desktop. Version 4.5 was released December 16, 2003. Linspire 4.5 supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese. Linspire Five-0 was released March 16, 2005.
# LinuxInstall.org Project
LinuxInstall.org 1.0 was based on Red Hat Linux 8.0 with Personal Desktop Packages. These days the project has become a Fedora Project Community Service Provider. The project supplies custom RPM package development, Fedora media and Fedora news. Entry updated October 21, 2004.
# Lycoris Desktop/LX
Lycoris, formerly Redmond Linux, has a distribution targeted toward Windows users that are ready for a change. Desktop/LX Update 2 was released July 29, 2002. Lycoris released the Desktop/LX Tablet Edition on July 15, 2003. Desktop/LX 1.4 was announced on August 20, 2004, and became generally available by September 13, 2004. The Destop/LX 1.4 Gold Edition will be the last release of Desktop/LX. On June 15, 2005 Mandriva acquired Lycoris. Lycoris founder Joseph Cheek was hired by Mandriva. Lycoris technology will be integrated into Mandriva Linux during 2006.
# Santa Fe Linux
New Mexico Software created the Debian-based Santa Fe Desktop and put it on a live CD. The distribution can be easily installed to a hard drive if desired. SFL Community Test Release 1 (CTR1) was made available August 3, 2004. CTR3 was released September 28, 2004.
SLYNUX is a user friendly GNU/Linux OS for beginners. It can be run completely from CD without installation. There is also an option to install to hard disk. Anyone who is familiar with Microsoft Windows can handle this operating system. The desktop is designed to be easy to use and friendly. SLYNUX also comes with a wide range of applications. SLYNUX is a Debian/Knoppix-based GNU/Linux system. The current version was 2.0 in May 2005.
# Symphony OS
Symphony OS is based on Debian and KNOPPIX. It uses a lightweight window manager, includes its own package mangement system that can install deb packages, source packages and Symphony binary packages, and includes the Orchestra application development environment. Alpha 4 was released August 2, 2005.
# Underground Desktop
Underground Desktop is a GNU/Linux distribution targeted to the desktop user, featuring a graphical installation (using Anaconda for Debian by Progeny). It is based on Debian ‘unstable’, optimized for i686, with a KDE desktop. The current versions of Underground Desktop: 012 (ISO CD image) and 013 (Upgrade Pack). Entry added August 24, 2005.
# Vidalinux Desktop OS
Vidalinux Desktop OS aims to be a powerful, stable and easy-to-use Linux distribution. It comes from Puerto Rico. The desktop OS is based on Gentoo Linux and uses the GNOME desktop environment, OpenOffice, Ximian productivity suite with Evolution mail and calendar client, and Mozilla browser. Vidalinux features Porthole, a GUI front-end for and the portage package manager. Vidalinux Desktop OS also includes additional multimedia and productivity applications for the home user including media players, browser plugins for Flash, RealPlayer, PDF viewer, media, graphics design and administration tools. Vidalinux was still in its first beta edition when added to the list on July 14, 2004. VLOS 1.2, based on Gentoo Linux and Red Hat’s anaconda graphical installer, was released August 2, 2005.
WinLinux 2001 was designed and built to be the easiest to use Linux system. Its installation and configuration tasks are performed directly from Windows using graphical tools. WinLinux 2003 is currently available.
# Xandros Linux
Xandros Desktop OS (formerly Corel’s Debian-based distribution) is a desktop
system designed to peacefully co-exist and inter-operate with Windows desktop and server systems. The first version of the Xandros Desktop OS was released October 22, 2002. Xandros Server is also out. Xandros released an enterprise package with the Xandros Business Desktop and OS on March 11, 2004. Xandros Desktop OS version 3.0 was released December 8, 2004, and went into open circulation February 14, 2005. Version 3 of the Xandros Business Desktop OS was released June 8, 2005.
This is mix of distributions used by educational institutions, and distributions that are designed to be educational to install and use.
AbulEdu is a Mandrake-based distribution for primary schools. It is currently in French but most of the tools can be translated. An AbulEdu server can handle Mac (netatalk), Windows (samba), GNU/Linux and X terminal (with LTSP) clients. The server acts as a central gateway for Web, mail, and printing, and facilitates the management of classes, pupils, and teachers. Everybody can publish Web pages on an intranet using Apache and all administration tasks are performed using a browser. The result is that a teacher who is not a computer specialist can install and manage a school network. Stable version 1.0.7-II was released May 26, 2003.
# Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS)
Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) is a project with the aim of assisting LFS users to go beyond the base system. It contains a broad range of instrutions for installing and configuring various packages on top of a base LFS system. If you are wondering why you would want an LFS system or what one is, see the entry for LinuxFromScratch below in this list. BLFS 1.0 was released April 28, 2003 under the original BSD License. Version 6.0 (based on LFS 6.0) was released April 2, 2005.
# BU Linux
Created at/for Boston University, BU Linux is based on Red Hat Linux, but specifically tailored for the BU environment. They have added security updates, made modifications to make software work better with their setup, and added some applications. BU Linux 2.5 (a.k.a Gigantic) was released August 27, 2002. Fedora-based BU Linux 4.0 (Bossanova) was released July 14, 2004.
# College Linux
CollegeLinux is made available by Robert Kennedy College, Del#.AŽÃ©mont, Suisse to both RKC and non RKC students. CollegeLinux is a new, stand-alone operating system based on Slackware. The aim of this experimental Linux distribution is to provide to students with an operating system which is easy to install and use and which provides an alternative to the traditional commercial operating systems. Entry added March 4, 2003. College Linux 2.3 (Darth Vader) was released May 9, 2003. Version 2.5 (ObiWan) was released December 20, 2003.
This is an internal project to make Debian an OS that children of all ages will want to use. Our initial focus will be on producing something for children up to age 8. Once we have accomplished this, our next target age range is 7 to 12. By the time children reach their teens, they should be comfortable with using Debian without any special modifications.
EduLinux is a Linux distribution intended for an office and educational use. The primary objective of this distribution is to make Linux accessible to everyone, diminishing the necessary expertise to set up and use Linux. Version 9.1 was released June 2003.
eLearnix is a free, self contained, Linux operating system that runs from CDROM or Compact Flash card. It creates a desktop environment that will help people learn Linux. The newest version is also Wireless enabled, with a 2.6 Linux kernel, GNOME 2.4, lots of applications, and an install script to install to a dedicated hard drive or a 256MB+ Compact Flash card. Once upon a time a distribution called Embedded Freedom Linux was in the embedded section of this list; version 1 released December 15, 2002. EFL turned into FreeLoader Linux before morphing into eLearnix. eLearnix 2.6.6 was released May 16, 2004.
The Organization for Free Software in Education and Teaching (OFSET) has produced Freeduc, a Knoppix/Debian-based Linux system with educational software, all on one bootable CDROM. Version 1.1 of the Freeduc CD-ROM was released November 5, 2002. Freeduc-cd 1.5 was released May 15, 2005.
kmLinux is developed by the [German] national education server Schleswig-Holstein in co-operation with the association free software and education. It’s a complete Linux system for the personal computer, which can be installed easily. Web site in German. Version 5.1 was released December 7, 2004.
# Linux From Scratch
Linux From Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides you with the steps necessary to build your own custom Linux system using the LFS book. The web site also contains links to other resources such as mailing lists, mailing list archives, newsgroups, search engine, faq and more. Released under the original BSD License. Development version 3.2-rc2 was released February 27, 2002. Stable version 3.3 was released April 7, 2002. Stable version 6.0 was released December 8, 2004. Version 6.1-pre1 was released July 3, 2005.
LormaLINUX is Lorma Colleges’ very own Linux Distribution that has been optimized and customized to meet the needs of educational institutions and its students. It is a full-featured Operating System specifically created for ease of installation, ease-of-use and functionality. LORMALinux 4, based on Fedora, was released December 9, 2003. LormaLinux 2005 beta 2 was released February 21, 2005. Lormalinux Web/MySQL Server Slackware Edition Beta 1 was released March 2005. Lormalinux LTSP-Server Slackware Edition Beta 2 was released April 29, 2005.
# Scientific Linux
Scientific Linux is a free community project that rebuilds the source packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and adds a handful of enhancements. Several scientific laboratories and universities in the United States, Switerland, and other countries are involved in this project. There are some sites that have tweaked the base distribution a bit further, like CERN Linux and Fermi Linux. Scientific Linux 3.0.4 Cern – i386 and x86_64 were released February 11, 2005. SL Fermi LTS v3.0.4 was released February 22, 2005. SL 3.0.5 for i386 was released July 25, 2005. SL 4.0 for i386 was released April 20, 2005. Scientific Linux 4.1 for i386 was released August 4, 2005.
Skolelinux is a free software solution designed for resources and needs of schools. It started in Norway, but it is an international community, and is the basis for the Debian-EDU subproject. Debian-EDU. Skolelinux pr42 was released November 10, 2003. Skolelinux 1.0 (Venus) update 1 was released November 1, 2004. Skolelinux Sarge prerelease 05 was released August 9, 2005.
TrinityOS is a step-by-step, example-driven HOWTO on building a very functional Linux box with strong security in mind. TrinityOS is well known for its strong packet firewall ruleset, Chrooted and Split DNS (v9 and v8), secured Sendmail (8.x), Linux PPTP, Serial consoles and Reverse TELNET, DHCPd, SSHd, UPSes, system performance tuning, the automated TrinityOS-Security implementation scripts, and much more. It was at version 04/08/2003 released April 8, 2003 when added to the list. Version 03/21/04 was released March 21, 2004.
These distributions should be suitable for desktop and server applications. Most should have current versions available.
# ALT Linux
LWN distribution survey completed May 3, 2002.
ALT Linux got its start as a Linux-Mandrake Russian Edition Spring 2001. Designed to be a universal distribution, suitable for server organization, for user workstations and for software development, ALT Linux has diverged from its roots and split into several projects, all with the same code base. For example, there’s Castle, a secured, RSBAC-enabled, server distribution; and ALT Linux Junior, a single-disk distribution for home computers, designed especially for beginners, easy to install and use. The unstable Sisyphus branch changes daily. ALT Linux Master 2.2 was released March 7, 2003. ALT Linux Junior 2.2 (Plum) was released March 26, 2003. ALT Linux Junior 2.3 beta was released September 26, 2003. ALT Linux Compact 2.3 was released March 26, 2004.
# Arch Linux
Arch Linux is an i686-optimized Linux distribution. It is lightweight and contains the latest stable versions of software. Packages are in .tar.gz format and are tracked by a package manager that is designed to allow easy package upgrades. Arch is designed to be streamlined while allowing for a customized configuration, with newer features such as reiserfs/ext3
and devfs. The inital version, 0.1, was released March 11, 2002. Arch Linux released Pacman 2.1 (package manager) on August 22, 2002. Arch 0.7 (Wombat) was released January 24, 2005.
# Aurox Linux
Aurox Linux is an international distribution, hailing from Poland. It is available in several european countries, in different language versions, including Polish, Czech, German, French and Spanish. Aurox is based on Red Hat, with Aurox 9.0 the most recent stable offering. Added to list June 11, 2003. Aurox 10.0 (Amber) was released October 6, 2004. Aurox Live 1.4.2 was released March 29, 2004. Aurox 10.2 (Azurite) was released April 17, 2005.
BearOps Linux, formerly MaxOS, provides the BearOps Linux Server and the BearOps Linux Desktop.
# BLAG Linux and GNU
BLAG Linux and GNU by the Brixton Linux Action Group is an operating system. It comes with everything you need to get a computer up and running–it needs no other software. It has Internet, graphics, video, sound, office, security, file sharing, and more applications. It’s fast, reliable, runs on older machines, and flies on fast boxes. You can install miniblag (the smallest install at less than 350 Megs), deskblag (includes a Gnome desktop with all the typical apps), serverblag (all the server daemons but no GUI) or get it all with blagblagblag. BLAG9000 was the current version when the entry was added, November 11, 2003. BLAG30k+1 was released August 12, 2005.
# Buffalo Linux
Buffalo Linux is a derivative distribution based on Vector/Slackware. It is targeted for the small business workstation market. This is the free base version. Enhanced versions with pre-installed database access (DB2 and Oracle) and Microsoft product execution using Codeweavers products are available. Buffalo joins the list at version 1.0.3, released December 7, 2003. Version 1.7.3-4 was released May 8, 2005.
cAos is a Linux distribution created by the community, for the community. The purpose is to provide a stable Linux solution for organizations and individuals that do not need or want to purchase their Linux solution. The kernel and almost every application that makes up a Linux distribution are free and supported by their respective development groups. cAos is simply a project that allows them to integrate together into a usable product. This distribution is focused on becoming an enterprise level community produced solution. The project was announced November 8, 2003, followed by the first alpha release on December 1, 2003. cAos 2 was released May 13, 2005 for ia32 & x86_64.
# CCux Linux
CCux Linux is especially optimized for i686 and higher processor architectures. For package management it uses the RPM format in connection with the apt tools, which give it automatic dependency resolving when installing new software and therefore makes the installation of new software much easier. CCux Linux joins the list with the Alpha 0.9.4 release, dated October 14, 2004. Version Alpha 0.9.7.1 was released May 9, 2005.
CentOS, the Community ENTerprise Operating System, is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendors redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. (CentOS mainly changes packages to remove upstream vendor branding and artwork.) Support is provided by the cAos Foundation. This project dates back to late 2003. There are beta versions available of CentOS 4.0 for ppc32 and CentOS 4.1 for Alpha. CentOS 4.1 is currently available for x86, x86_64, IA64.
CRUX is a lightweight, i686-optimized Linux distribution targeted at experienced Linux users. The primary focus of this distribution is „keep it simple“, which is reflected in a simple tar.gz-based package system, BSD-style initscripts, and a relatively small collection of trimmed packages. The secondary focus is utilization of new Linux features and recent tools and libraries. Version 1.1 was released March 24, 2003. CRUX 1.3.1 for PowerPC was released February 25, 2004. CRUX 2.1 was released April 25, 2005 for x86 and x86_64. The first release candidate of CRUX PPC 2.1 was released May 31, 2005.
# Eadem Enterprise Linux
Eadem is a Canadian company providing service and support for Eadem Enterprise Linux. Eadem Enterprise V3.0 was released March 17, 2004.
# EzPlanet One Linux
EzPlanet One is a Linux distribution tuned for Enterprise solutions. EzPlanet One integrates advanced technologies, flexibility, quality and security. Built with the Enterprise in mind, it features also several tools for the Professionals and Individual users, that make its use more fun. EzPlanet One version 2.0 was released January 2005.
Free-EOS is a French distribution with the aim of being incredibly easy to set up and get a set of services running. Version 1.1 was released June 14, 2003. Version 1.3-1a was released November 27, 2004.
# Frugalware Linux
Frugalware is general purpose Linux distribution, designed for intermediate users. It has a current, a testing and a stable branch. The current branch is updated daily, with packages pushed to testing about every two months, and plans to update the stable branch every 6 months. The current stable release is v0.2, released April 28, 2005. Frugalware Linux 0.3 pre-2 was released August 18, 2005.
H3Knix is a small, source-based, desktop Linux distribution. It provides a custom package management system based on „capsules“, which allows the user to select the functionality they require (e.g., „Dialup Internet access“), and it will automatically retrieve all required applications, including relevant dependencies. H3Knix joins the list at version 1.2 released July 14, 2004. Version 2.2 was released May 27, 2005.
# Heretix GNU/Linux
Heretix was once known as Rubyx. Heretix is a Gnu/Linux based operating system, built and maintained by heretix, a simple script written in the ruby language. The heretix script can download and build the entire os from source to your exact specifications, handle all subsequent package management and can even create a bootable iso image. Heretix is not for beginners, but it is designed to be simple and reliable. If you have a grasp of partitioning and formatting disks and some understanding of boot loaders, you can install Heretix.
# Hidden Linux
Hidden Linux is an enterprise grade Linux distribution, created to address the needs of organizations wishing to develop a secure Internet presence. It is designed for experienced Linux administrators and can be used as a mail, Web, database, FTP, print, Samba (PDC), PPTP, IPSec gateway server and client, firewall, DHCP, cache/proxy, and time server. Hidden joins the list at version 1.2, released July 2, 2004.
# IDMS Linux
IDMS Linux is NOT a home user distribution. It is intended solely as the base for high end server software. No GUI’s, No X, No fancy stuff. The initial Freshmeat announcement was for version 2.0.25, dated June 22, 2002. Version 3.0.3 was released July 26, 2004.
# Kate OS
Kate OS is a multitasking operating system from Poland. Kate OS aims for high efficiency, safety, reliability and low system requirements for programmers, webmasters, administrators and home users. Kate OS contains full support for generally used multimedia. Kate 2.0 ZYKLON! was released April 9, 2005. V2.1 was released June 21, 2005. Kate OS 2.1 LIVE was released July 13, 2005.
tummy.com provides KRUD (Kevin’s Red Hat Uber Distribution), based on a complete Red Hat or Fedora Linux install with all of the errata and updates included, plus extra packages added in by Kevin of tummy.com. Monthly updates are available by subscription. The Fedora Core 1 version became available in February 2004. Current version is based on Fedora Core 2 with a Fedora Core 3 version expected in January 2005. There is also a server-tuned release of KRUD called KRUD Server.
Lineox Enterprise Linux is built from modified Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources. The Finnish company Lineox offers customers an enterprise level Linux operating system without bundled support options. The Always Current Lineox Enterprise Linux makes updates and errata available to customers. Lineox Enterprise Linux was first released January 29, 2004. Lineox Enterprise Linux Desktop v3.0 Update 5 was released May 20, 2005. An Advanced Server 2.1 edition was released August 30, 2004. Lineox Enterprise
Linux 4.0 was released February 25, 2005, Lineox Enterprise Linux 4.0 x86_64 and Always Current x86_64 Lineox Enterprise Linux 4.x Versions released March 14, 2005. Always Current Lineox Enterprise Linux 4.026 adds Update 1 was released June 11, 2005.
Linux4Geeks is a LFS-based small distro which works around several problems and issues mainstream Linux distributions have. It offers different versions compiled for each architecture and has all the packages required for a slim installation including a firewall and network administration tools, amongst others. Version 0.01 was released June 11, 2003.
# Linux Netwosix
Linux Netwosix aims to be a small, powerful and highly configurable Linux distribution for servers and network security related jobs. Version 1.0, with Linux Kernel 2.6.1, GCC 3.3.2 and GLIBC 2.3.2, was released January 31, 2004. Version 1.2 (Jinko) was released November 28, 2004.
Lunar-Linux began as a fork of Sorcerer GNU/Linux. Lunar-Penguin, the development group behind Lunar-Linux, say they plan for this fork to stay close to the bleeding edge. This is a source-based Linux distribution with a unique package management system that builds each software package or module for the machine it is being installed on. Although a complete installation can take some time, it tends to be quite fast once installed. The initial ISO image lunar-20020321.iso.bz2 was released March 21, 2002. Lunar-1.5.0 „Indium Phosphide“ was released May 23, 2005. Lunar-1.5.1 – „Gallium Arsenide“ – was released August 10, 2005.
MostlyLinux is a software company based in Jharkhand, India. The company does mostly the same things other Linux companies do including enterprise support and service, corporate training and custom distributions. They also are building a distribution called MostlyLinux. MostlyLinux 9.1 is the latest offering. The distribution is based on Fedora core 1 with lots of additional software, including multimedia applications, LTSP packages and more. This entry added August 24, 2004.
# MURIX Linux
MURIX is a distribution based on LinuxFromScratch for building bootable CD-ROMs. Since you build it from source, MURIX should function on almost any hardware. Version 20020205, the initial release, became available on February 24, 2002. Version 1.1 was released November 24, 2002. Version 2004.2 was released December 25, 2004.
Cybernet Systems makes the NetMAX server and NetMAX Desktop. The server product does not appear to be available for download, but the NetMAX DeskTOP Live CD, 1.7 beta released May 18, 2005 is completely GNU GPL free software.
Net Integration Technologies Inc. presents Nitix, a server OS with autonomic computing features — self-management, self-healing, self-configuring and self-optimizing capabilities.
# NoMad Linux
The web site says NoMad Linux 2.0 is on the way. There are no dates, though, so this could be historical. NoMad is based on the encap package managing system for ease of installation and upgrades. NoMad’s main purpose is to keep it’s creators happy and give them something to do in their free time. More and more, they see NoMad as a distribution for the scientists/engineers/geeks that know what they want and don’t want anything else.
# Octoz GNU/Linux
The Octoz GNU/Linux Project aims to create a simple and reliable Linux distribution that is accessible to beginners, with a focus on multi-media, office automation, customer networks and Internet. The initial version (0.1 – released August 28, 2004) uses a 2.6.7 Linux kernel, and is installed using the Live-Octoz CD. An unstable release of version 0.2 came out February 15, 2005.
# OEone HomeBase
Axentra provides Internet appliances for servers and desktops using the OEone Linux-based operating system.
# Onebase Linux
Onebase Linux (OL) is an independent meta source distribution originally created in July 2003. It aims to be a free distribution, both powerful and easy to use. OL 2005 was released April 30, 2005. OnebaseGo 3.0 and GamesGo 1.0 were released July 12, 2005. Onebase DevelopGo is a live CD with plenty of software developement tools. DevelopGo 1.0 was released July 30, 2005. StudioGo 1.0 was released August 17, 2005.
# Peachtree Linux
Peachtree Linux is a Linux distribution being developed by several students/former students at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Since it’s inception in the fall of 2002, Peachtree Linux has aimed to be a small system for the seasoned Linux user. In the interests of staying small, this distribution does not include GNOME or KDE and generally there is only one program per any task. Release 1 (Atlanta) is dated February 26, 2005, and it is available for Pentium II and higher x86 systems, NewWorld Power Macintosh systems, and Digital Alpha systems.
# Pie Box Enterprise Linux
PixExcel is a UK company that seeks to provide a maintained, stable and trusted Linux distribution without costly support contracts. Pie Box Enterprise Linux is built from the source RPMs of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The initial release, Pie Box Enterprise Linux 3 AS, was made available in April 2004. Pie Box Enterprise Linux 4 AS was released February 28, 2005. Version 4 Update 1 was released June 13, 2005.
# Progeny Componentized Linux
Progeny Componentized Linux is built bottom-up, as a set of interchangeable parts that closely track their counterpart „upstream“ open-source projects. By being constructed in this fashion, the componentized Linux is easier to customize and modify than traditional Linux distributions. The Debian-based core component is Progeny Componentized Linux Core 1.3, an LSB 1.3-certified Linux runtime, released January 26, 2004. Progeny Debian 3.0, Developer Edition (DE) PR2 was released June 2, 2005.
# ROOT Linux
ROOT Linux is an advanced GNU/Linux operating system. It aims to be fast, stable and flexible. ROOT Linux is not recommended as a first Linux distribution. People should have experience with Linux and computers in general. Version 1.3 was released August 27, 2002. Version 1.4 was released December 16, 2004.
# rpath Linux
rpath Linux started out as Specifix, a Linux distribution built around the Conary package management system to showcase the abilities Conary provides and to provide a starting point for customization. This distribution is still immature, but anyone interested in Conary and flexible Open Source solutions is encouraged to give it a try. Specifix Linux 0.13 (ALPHA) was released October 26, 2004. Renamed rpath Linux with version 0.24 (ALPHA) (x86 and x86_64), released June 2, 2005. Version 0.25 (ALPHA) (x86 and x86_64) was released June 27, 2005.
# Server optimized Linux
SoL (Server optimized Linux) is a product of antitachyon, an Austrian company located in Vienna. Built from the ground up from original sources, SoL aims to be stable and fast server distribution. The current stable version of SoL is 18.00, released May 18, 2004. Antitachyon also provides the SoL-DESKTOP and XoL (Diskless X office Linux).
# Simply GNUstep
Simply GNUstep is a Linux/GNU distribution aimed at providing an OpenStep feeling from bootup on. This is a stripped down distribution, providing ease of use. (Think OS X for x86). InterimDeveloperRelease-1 came out on August 14, 2002. Version 1 was released September 9, 2002.
Slack/390 is port of Slackware Linux to IBM’s S/390 hardware. Slack/390 10.0 was released February 11, 2005. The company Sine Nomine Associates will be offering commerical support for Slack/390.
Slamd64 is an unofficial port of Slackware Linux to the x86_64 architecture; despite the name containing AMD64, Slamd64 should work both on K8 (AMD64) and EM64T (some Intel) processors. Slamd64 10.1 was released June 14, 2005.
# SME Server
Once known as e-smith, this server and gateway distribution has gone through several owners, including Mitel Networks (where it became SME server), Lycoris and Resource Strategies, Inc. Mitel released version 5.5 of the SME Server on July 3, 2002. As of March 5, 2005 Ruffdogs has taken possession of Contribs.org and is developing a Roadmap for the rebuilding of the Contribs.org community. Stable currently at version 6.0.1. SME Server 7.0beta1 was released August 19, 2005.
Snootix is a source-based distribution that installs Linux From Scratch and allows users to add BLFS and Snootix-specific packages of their choice. It features a number of game console emulators and more up-to-date packages than those featured in the BFLS book. The initial version, 0.1,
was released October 5, 2003. Version 0.5-pre1 was released November 24, 2003.
This distribution was created by the original Sorcerer GNU/Linux author, Kyle Sallee. Sources are downloaded directly from software authors’ homepages and mirrors. Then, they are compiled with the architecture and optimizations that the system administrator specifies. Finally, it is installed, tracked, and archived for easy removal and upgrades. Sorcerer has both both command line and menu driven package mangement programs. A public beta, not backward compatible with previous releases of SGL, was made available April 14, 2002.
# Source Mage GNU/Linux
Source Mage GNU/Linux is a source-based GNU/Linux distribution based on a Sorcery metaphor of „casting“ and „dispelling“ programs, which are referred to as „spells“. Sorcery 0.1.3 was released into cvs on March 26, 2002. Source Mage 0.9.3 for x86 and PPC became available October 29, 2004.
# StartCom Linux
StartCom Ltd. is based in Eilat, Israel, offering Linux distributions, service and support. StartCom Linux distributions are based on Red Hat Advanced Server 3 source code, and modified to fit various tasks. StartCom plans to release four flavors of SmartCom Linux: Enterprise Linux, the MultiMedia Edition, the Office Edition and the Developer Edition. The first release was the StartCom Linux Enterprise AS-3.0.0 with a release date of August 2, 2004. The StartCom Developer Edition DL-3.0.0 (Pharaoh) incorporates the best of Enterprise Linux, with the addition of the Eclipse IDE, also announced September 6, 2004. update one of StartCom Enterprise Linux AS-4.0.0 (Barak) and ML-4.0.4 (Raam)were released July 21, 2005. The x86_64 edition of 4.0.0 was released May 27, 2005.
T2 is a flexible open source System Development Environment or Distribution Build Kit. T2 allows the creation of custom distributions with bleeding edge technology. Currently the Linux kernel is normally used, but there are plans to expand to Hurd, OpenDarwin and OpenBSD, and more. T2 started as a community driven fork from the ROCK Linux Project with the aim of creating a decentralized development and clean a framework for spin-off projects and customized distributions. T2 2.1.0-rc2 „Carmenere“ was released August 9, 2005. Live 2.2.0-beta was released May 21, 2005.
# Tao Linux
Tao Linux (pronounced ‘dow’ Linux) is one of several projects to build a free Linux distrubution from the sources used in the Red Hat Enterprise product line. Release One – Final is dated December 19, 2003. Tao Linux 4 was released April 20, 2005. Tao Live 4.01 was released May 11, 2005.
tinysofa enterprise server
tinysofa classic server
tinysofa is an enterprise grade operating system based on the Linux kernel. Optimized for i586 and up, tinysofa aims to be stable, secure, well-supported, easily managed and free. Trustix Secure Linux was used as a base for tinysofa. Version 1.0 was released April 29, 2004. tinysofa enterprise server v2.0 Update 1 (Odin) was released February 21, 2005. tinysofa classic server 2.0 Update 1 (Ceara) was released June 15, 2005.
uOS is a complete source based Operating System that can be configured and built in a flexible way. uOS was first used in November 2002. It is very new and there are lots of kinks to work out. Although the goal is to make uOS usable by everyeone it currently requires Unix expertise to install and to run. uOS is based on GCC 3.2 / GLIBC 2.3 / WOLK Linux Kernel / X 4.2.1. It supports the newest drivers as well as the newest compilers. Core components are available under the 4F Licensing system (compliant to DFSG and OSI guidelines for Free Software). Initial version 0.81 was released November 6, 2002.
UserLinux is a Debian Customized distribution for the enterprise. It is (or will be) available in server, desktop and soho versions. A beta version of a Morphix-based LiveCD of the desktop was released September 17, 2004. Ubuntu Hoary meta-packages became available April 2005.
# Webfish Linux
Webfish Linux is a small, stripped down Linux distribution based on GNU source packages. Webfish is built with the more experienced user in mind and is aimed at small, fast, secure server and workstation systems with a minimum of installed packages. The initial release of Webfish Linux, version 0.9b, was released June 20, 2002. Version 2.0pre3 was released on April 21, 2004. The Webfish Linux Firewall-1 branch released its initial verion, 1.1, on July 24, 2002. Fishwall 1.2 was released August 27, 2002.
# White Box Linux
White Box Linux is an effort to rebuild Red Hat’s Enterprise product from source, including only Free/Open source software. The first set of Release Candidate ISO images were released November 17, 2003. Version 4.0 was released May 6, 2005.
Xline is a European distribution of Linux, an advanced operating system based on the GNU/Linux core with many additional packages. It is compatible with the architectures x86 (included Pentium and Athlon), amd64 (included Opteron, Athlon 64 and EM64T), Alpha/AXP, IA-64, PC-98, UltraSPARC and PowerPC. Development is open to everyone; developers, testers, translators, etc. GNOME is the default desktop, at least in the initial development of Xline. Xline joins the list March 16, 2005.
# X/OS Linux
X/OS Linux is a GNU/Linux distribution for business and enterprise users. It’s based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources and the company offers long term availability of security updates and software enhancements. X/OS Linux 3 was updated October 7, 2004 to include updates from RHEL3 update 3. X/OS Linux 4 was released July 29, 2005.
# YES Linux
YES (YourESale) provides the YES business appliance, an easy-to-use Business in a Box designed specifically for the small businesses and non-profits to be able compete with the larger businesses. YES Linux, at the core of the appliance, contains the tools neeeded to create a website, set up email and more. YES Linux joins the list at version 2.0.8, released May 23, 2004. YES Linux 2.1.0 Final was released February 12, 2005. YES Linux 2.2 Build 3 was released May 10, 2005.
These may provide support for other languages. Most of the websites listed here will be in the appropriate language for the country of origin.
# Ututo-e GNU/Linux
Ututo-e is a Gentoo-based distribution developed in Argentina. This comes as one CD which contains only Free/Libre software. There are separate CD images for Intel 486, 586, and 686, as well as Athlon MP and XP and Duron. UTUTO XS 2005.1 was released June 20, 2005.
# APLINUX.com.br Mail server
APLINUX.com.br Mail Server 2005 is aims to be the server distribution for mail and DNS servers. Based on Debian Sarge, a second beta was released December 16, 2004.
# Console Linux
A general purpose distribution in Portuguese.
# Kurumin Linux
Kurumin started out as a stripped down Knoppix, but it has since grown into a unique distribution. It can be run as a live CD, or installed to a hard drive. It comes with plenty of documentation written in Portuguese and has many scripts capable of doing all sorts of tasks from installing (hundreds of) programs to mounting pen drives. They are called ŽÃcones mŽÃ¡gicos or magic icons. This entry added February 25, 2004, at version 2.20. Kurumin 4.2 was released June 14, 2005.
SACIX is a Debian-based distribution for S#.bŽão Paulo’s public computerlabs, the telecentros. This entry was added December 16, 2003.
# Chinese 2000 Linux
Chinese 2000 Linux comes from Hong Kong.
Distribution and website are in Chinese.
# Hiweed GNU/Linux
Hiweed GNU/Linux is a Chinese Linux distribution, based on Debian GNU/Linux. Its features include preconfigured Chinese applications, such as Chinese input method, Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionaries, and Chinese true-type fonts. The Server edition is a pre-configured Debian-based server with Apache, PHP, MySQL, mail, DNS, and FTP. Hiweed joined the list with the Hiweed Desktop v0.3RC1, released June 29, 2004. Hiweed Desktop v0.55 was released September 25, 2004. The Hiweed LiveCD v0.55 was released October 25, 2004. Hiweed Server v0.3beta2 was released October 19, 2004. Hiweed-Debian Desktop Base 0.7 beta1 was released June 7, 2005.
# Red Flag
Red Flag also claims to be the leading Linux OS provider in China. Redflag Linux Desktop 3.2 beta was released August 12, 2002. Version 4.0 was released July 14, 2003. Version 4.1, based on Asianux 1.0, was released November 6, 2004.
Sun Wah uses Linux in servers, embedded devices and other products. The compay has joined the Debian Core Consortium. Sun Wah Linux released the RAYS ES, a Debian-based commercial Linux server platform, August 2005.
ThizLinux Labratory Ltd., home of the ThizLinux distribution, is based in Hong Kong. Products include Thiz Linux Desktop 6.0, Thiz Office 3.0 (an Open Office clone localized for Hong Kong users), and Thiz Server 6.0. Entry added August 20, 2002. When checked November 16, 2003 found that 7.0 was the current version for Thiz Linux Desktop, Thiz Server and Thiz Firewall. Thiz Office was at verion 4.0.
# Tom Linux
Distribution and website are in Chinese.
Distribution and website are in Chinese. Version 5.0 was released December 17, 2003.
Dappix is a Knoppix-based live CD. It uses the Danish language and contains some extra programs and a large number of Danish Linux books released under open licenses.
# Resala Linux
The Resala Linux Project is a single CD distribution based on the Fedora Core Project. Its main objectives are: to make an Arabic ready distribution, make it easy for normal users to use Linux in Arabic speaking countries, open the doors for Arabic developers to participate positively in the OSS, to be a test bed for Arabic application and introduce these applications to other main stream distributions. Resala Linux Core 1 was released June 21, 2004.
# Echelon Linux
Echelon Linux is a Knoppix based Linux distribution designed to monitor and to manage your network. It features IDS (intrusion detection system), vulnerability scanning, and services monitoring. Echelon Linux configuration can be defined via a Web interface. Initial version 0.1 was released August 26, 2003. Version 0.2 was released July 16, 2004.
# PingOO Linux
This a Debian based distribution intended for servers. Version 3.0 was released July 24, 2003. Version 3.0.3 was released November 14, 2003.
UHU-Linux is a Linux distribution from Hungary. It is an easily installable, dpkg-based distribution, with fully automatic hardware detection (based partly on Mandrake and other distros). It is primarily aimed at beginners. Version 1.0 was released April 18, 2003. Version 1.1 (Kamion) was released March 2, 2004. Version 2.2 (Eszter) was released November 28, 2004. UHU-Linux 1.2, Office edition, was released March 17, 2005.
# Ankur Bangla Live
The Ankur Bangla Project is working toward supporting the Bangla (Bengali) language on the GNU/Linux operating system. The project has created a Morphix-based Live CD with GNOME 2.4, localized into Bangla. Beta 2 of Ankur Bangla Live was released October 8, 2003. Version 1.0 was released December 23, 2003.
PunLinux is localized in the Punjabi dialect.
Utkarsh is general desktop distribution localized in the Gujarati Language. Based on the IndLinux Milan version of Morphix, Utkarsh is live CD distribution. The initial version, 0.1 beta, was released May 27, 2004.
# Boten GNU/Linux
Boten GNU/Linux is intended for home users and provides a fully-localized GNU/Linux environment in Hebrew. It’s especially made for those new to Linux, though aimed to please all users, experts and newbies alike. It’s currently based around the 2.4 Linux kernel series (USB sup30. августа 2005. у 11:45 am #33626jbobanУчесник
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