Kongoni GNU/Linux

Last Updated on: 18th May 2023, 04:03 pm

Web site: www.kongoni.org (not active)
Origin: South Africa
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia: Kongoni
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2011 | July 16, 2011

Kongoni GNU/Linux – a Slackware based, and a desktop oriented Linux distribution.

Kongoni uses the Linux-Libre kernel and does not ship with, include or offer the ability to install any software not approved by the Free Software Foundation.

The Kongoni OS installs software through the use of ports. This allows one to download the source code for a program, as opposed to a pre-compiled binary file, which is then compiled and built automatically on the users system. This offers the benefit of smaller downloads and programs that may run faster and/or use less memory, as they are compiled explicitly for the users own system.

The system includes several pieces of own code including:
– the graphical installer
– KISS: Kongoni Integrated Setup System an easy to use tool for doing common system configuration tasks
– PIG: Ports Installation GUI: An easy to use tool for installing and managing programs.

The last version of Kongoni 2011 was released in July 2011.

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