Last Updated on: 4th June 2023, 11:56 am

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Origin: Spain
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia (ES): ComFusion
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 4.1 | Decembsr 7, 2012

ComFusion (previously: Uberyl) – a desktop Linux distribution which offers Ubuntu operating system with the latest 3D desktop technologies via Compiz Fusion (previously Beryl) on a live media. The default localization is Spanish.

ComFusion combines the simplicity and power of Ubuntu with the beauty of Compiz Fusion, being able to run the 3D effects in the Live mode, without installation on a hard disk of a computer, loaded only into RAM memory.

The initial name of the distribution was Uberyl, emerged from combination of Ubuntu and Beryl. When the Compiz and Beryl projects were merged, creating a new project called Compiz Fusion, then Uberyl changed its name to the present one.

The live system contains a quite large set of preinstalled additional applications for daily usage.

The distribution is created and maintained by Marco A Pollolinux, and by and for the Linux community.

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