Zenix GNU/Linux

zenix linux

Web site: zenix.webscene.ch (not active) Origin: Switzerland Category: Desktop Desktop environment: AfterStep, Blackbox, Fluxbox, GNOME, IceWM, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce Architecture: x86 Based on: Linux From Scratch Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 0.3 | September 22, 2003 Zenix GNU/Linux – a lightweight Linux distribution which was created using Linux From Scratch. It … Read moreZenix GNU/Linux

Xteam Linux

xteam linux

Web site: xteam.com.cn (not active) Origin: China Category: Desktop Desktop environment: KDE Architecture: x86 Based on: Fedora Wikipedia: Media: Install CD The last version | Released: 5-pre | December 16, 2003 Xteam Linux – a Chinese Linux distribution based on Fedora. The distribution was developed by Xteam Software, which was the first specialized Linux company … Read moreXteam Linux

Thiz Linux

thiz linux

Web site: thizlinux.com (not active) Origin: Hong Kong Category: Desktop, Server Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE Architecture: x86 Based on: Fedora Wikipedia: Media: Live The last version | Released: 7.0 | May 10, 2003 Thiz Linux – a Fedora based Linux distribution created by the Hong Kong company ThizLinux Labratory Ltd. Products include Thiz Linux Desktop, … Read moreThiz Linux

NordisKnoppix

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Web site: home.broadpark.no/~aklepp/newton/knoppix/NORDISKNOPPIX/ (not active) Origin: Norway Category: Desktop Desktop environment: Fluxbox, IceWM, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce Architecture: x86 Based on: Knoppix Wikipedia: Media: Live The last version | Released: 2003-09-23 | October 2003 NordisKnoppix – a version of Klaus Knopper’s Knoppix, supporting Nordic and Baltic languages, and maintained by Conrad Newton. Presently, the supported languages … Read moreNordisKnoppix

Labyrinth BSD

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Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/labyrinthos/ Origin: Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: BSD Wikipedia: Media: Live The last version | Released: | February 2003 Labyrinth BSD – a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user. The Makefile in the source directory supports a number of targets for building components (or all) of the … Read moreLabyrinth BSD