Last Updated on: 16th March 2020, 11:47 am
Desktop environment: Blackbox, GNOME, IceWM, KDE, Openbox
Based on: openSUSE
The last version | Released: 5.1 | January 20, 2009
Karamad – a Linux distribution from Iran that was based on SUSE Linux. The distribution had support for Persian and had several expansions that highlighted Iran’s history and culture. The distribution was designed for Iranian users and those interested in the language, culture and history of ancient Persia. The name “Karamad” means Efficient.
Karamad built at DPI(Data Processing of Iran-ext IBM) with the output of the FOSS Project that found in AICTC of Sharif University of Technology.
The distribution used the Blackbox, Openbox and IceWM window handlers and the GNOME and KDE desktop environment.
The distribution supported 32-bit x86 (i586) platform.
It can show and play most of sound & video files; software in Karamad are: OpenOffice, Firefox, KDE 3.4, Persian Help, English to Persian Dictionary.
No download is available.