OpenNA – a Linux distribution from Canada that was based on Fedora. The deployment had special support for security and mission-critical tasks.
OpenNA offers a rock-solid stability and industrial-strength networking. Highly secure, very fast, and modern Linux operating system, it is intended for those who want to install and run a Linux server for mission critical tasks in a high secure environment. With OpenNA Linux, you have the choice to install different pre-defined types of servers which will install only what is required for the server to run with the required service. The
The distribution used the GNOME desktop environment and supported the 32-bit i686 computer architecture.
Version 1.0 was released on October 30, 2003.
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