Last Updated on: 10th May 2022, 01:21 pm
Web site: alinux.tv (not active)
Desktop environment: AfterStep, Fluxbox, IceWM, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce
Based on: Independent
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 15.0 | February 26, 2013
Zobacz po polsku: aLinux
aLinux (previously: Peanut Linux) – an independent Linux distribution targeted to home and small office users.
aLinux contains pre-installed a large set of applications of audio, video and graphics categories. It supports High Definition TV, so it is called as „Extreme Multimedia Center”.
The main desktop is KDE, but it is designed to have a Windows-style “look”.
The system uses RPM packages, and Synaptic as its GUI’s package manager.
The last stable version aLinux 15.0 featured KDE 3.10 and was released in February 2013.
The last (testing) version was 17.0 beta3.
aLinux founder and developer is Jay Klepacs.
The Live system user name is: root; and the password is blank.
aLinux 15.0 i686 1.4GB.iso