C4C Ubuntu

Web site: computers4christians.org
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2022-06-25_1810 | July 18, 2022

C4C Ubuntu (Computers4Christians) – a free Christian Linux distribution that is stable, fast and easily installed on most any computer made in the last decade. This Ubuntu derivative is intended to lead unbelievers to a relationship with Christ and nurture believers in discipleship.

Snap is used to make Gnash (GNU flash media player) live again and serve up many of the 150 Christian Games included. But, a Snap-free version of Firefox features hundreds of useful bookmarks; from learning about Linux to learning about the Lord – it’s in there.

Goals:
– Pre-loaded and pre-indexed works: Bibles (AKJV, ASV, BBE, ERV, KJV, NHEB, WEB), Commentaries, Daily Devotionals, Dictionaries, General Books and Maps.
– Christian Media: Audio Bible [WEB]; new believer and discipleship materials; Several versions of Pilgrim’s Progress; Christian Mini-Movies and Shortcuts to Streaming Christian video and Christian music video webpages.

Computers4Christians (C4C) was formed by three Christian computer geeks in 2011.

sudo password: c4c 22.04


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