Last Updated on: 7th December 2020, 11:15 pm
Web site: nnd.freesco.pl (not active)
Desktop environment: CLI
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia (PL): NND
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 0.2.4 | March 16, 2010
NND (Nasza Nowa Dystrybucja) – a Polish Linux distribution, designed to work as a Neostrada, SDI and DSL router. It includes a simple web server, firewall and SSH. NND supports USB and Wi-Fi, and ext2, ext3 and ReiserFS file systems.
The main idea of NND creation is providing as a simple distribution for installation and initial configuration as router Freesco, but allowing for easy upgrades via the pacman package manager. NND is based on the 2.4 series kernel.
NND project started in 2002, but the first version was released in 2004 (pre-alpha).
The base system was based on Slackware and only featured packages necessary for the operation of the system and router. Soon afterwards appeared a simple installer and configurator. Also added a simple package system attendant dependencies and allows to make updates. After some time the NND developers decided to complete the reconstruction of distribution by adding a Pacman packages tool.
The last version of the distribution is nnd-linux-0.2.4 which was released in 2010.