Linux XP

Linux XP

Web site: linux-xp.com (not active)
Origin: Russia
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Fedora
Wikipedia: Linux XP
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 2008 | November 4, 2008

Linux XP – a Fedora based Linux distribution, which provides a GNOME desktop with looks similar to MS Windows desktop. It features Wine pre-installed to let users install some Windows applications.

It was a shareware distribution, it could be launched 99 times, then should be registered.

The project changed its name to Trustverse in 2009 (?).

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Linux XP 2006 SR2 English i386 634MB.iso
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TrueOS

TrueOS

Web site: trueos.org (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Server
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia: TrueOS
Media: Install DVD/USB
The last version | Released: 18.12 ? | December 15, 2018
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TrueOS – an open-source Unix-like, server-oriented FreeBSD based operating system. The project started as the PC-BSD project.

TrueOS was also able to run Linux software, in addition to FreeBSD Ports collection, and it had its own .txz package manager. TrueOS supported OpenZFS, and the installer offered disk encryption with geli.

The project founder is Kris Moore.
It was under active development between 2016 and 2018, and finished in 2020.

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TrueOS 18.03 x64 2.4GB.iso
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TrueOS 18.03 x64 USB 2.6GB.img
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SOT Linux

SOT Linux

Web site: sot.com | sotlinux.org | bestlinux.net (not active)
Origin: Finland
Category: Desktop, Server
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Red Hat
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 2003 | 2003

SOT Linux (previously: LBA Linux, Best Linux) – freely distributable, Open Source software.

LBA-Linux R1 Release is distributed as a single Foundation CD containing the LBA-Linux Installer, and two optional bonus software CDs.
The Foundation CD is all you need to install LBA-Linux R1 Release as a functional desktop system. Boot from the Foundation CD to run LBA-Linux’s unique “5-click” installation program.
The second CD contains additional software that lets you extend LBA-Linux R1 Release with the KDE desktop and a variety of multimedia applications.
The third CD includes a wealth of development software for programmers and developers.

The latest LBA-Linux release includes the Linux kernel 2.6.3, providing the best support for the latest hardware, and modern desktops: KDE 3.2, GNOME 2.5.90, gtk2 2.3.4 and XFree 4.30.

LBA-Linux R1 Release requires the following minimum system requirements:
– Processor: 400 MHz Pentium II or better
– RAM: 192MB
– Hard drive: 1.5GB

SOT Linux Copyright SOT Finnish Software Engineering Ltd. and others.

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SOT Linux 2003 Desktop i386 663MB.iso
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SOT Linux 2003 Desktop SL i386 522MB.iso
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SOT Linux 2003 Server i386 624MB.iso
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SOT Linux 2003 Server SL i386 474MB.iso
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LBA Linux 2003 R1 i386 518MB.iso
md5sum: e3d0a2a1ecc7bd91c0844f9d268c9603
LBA Linux 2003 R1 CD2 i386 486MB.iso
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LBA Linux 2003 R1 CD3 i386 620MB.iso
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Best Linux 2000 R3 FINAL i386 604MB.iso
md5sum: b23eec526d05a1329d64ddf471a5bb8e

 

CBSS

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Web site: hbsd.bsdux.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brasil
Category: Server
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: PicoBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 2.1 (?) | ?

CBSS – a PicoBSD based operating system, targeted to servers.

The latest version of CBSS was 2.1b which featured some tools, such as: firewall (ipfw), remote access (telnet), NAT, bandwidth control (dummynet), QoS (altq), and many others.

The CBSS project founder is Christopher Giese.

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Digital UNIX

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Web site: (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Server, Workstation
Desktop environment: CDE
Architecture: Mach
Based on: BSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 5.1 (?) | 2001 (?)

Digital UNIX (previously: OSF/1 or DUNIX) – a 64-bit advanced kernel architecture based on Mach V2.5 kernel design with components from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) 4.3 and 4.4, UNIX® System V, and other sources. Mach is a kernel developed at Carnegie Mellon University to support operating system research, primarily distributed and parallel computing.

Digital UNIX is DIGITAL Equipment Corporation’s implementation of the Open Software Foundation™ OSF/1 R1.0, R1.1, and R1.2 technology, and the Motif graphical user interface and programming environment.

It supports following file systems: Berkeley UFS, AdVFS, NFS, ISO9660, FAT, SMB, DFS.

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Monkey Linux

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Web site: spsselib.hiedu.cz/monkey/ (not active)
Origin: Czech Republic
Category: Mini distribution
Desktop environment: Fvwm95
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware (?)
Wikipedia (PL): Monkey Linux
Media: Install Floppy
The last version | Released: 1.0.1 (?) | 1999 (?)

Monkey Linux – a small Executable and Linking Format (ELF) distribution based on Linux kernel 2.0.30 and Libc5. It uses the UMSDOS file system makes it an ideal semi-complete distribution for GNU/Linux newbies, because no knowledge of (re)partitioning hard drives is required for installation. Monkey works in its own folder within MS-DOS or Windows 3.x/9x/Me. The archived base distribution is less than 7MB in size and fits in
five floppies. After installation, Monkey takes up less than 30MB of hard drive space.

Minimal hardware requirements:
– 386SX
– 4MB RAM
– 20MB on IDE HDD (+ 10MB for SWAP) on non-compressed DOS volume
– VGA for X Window

Applications preinstalled:
– Fvwm95, xterm
– editors: vi, joe (Wordstar compatible editor)
– telnet, ssh, ftp, traceroute, nslookup
– web browsers: Lynx, Netscape available in the installable additional package
– bootpd, bootpgw, cron
– many utilities for text processing (awk, sed, perl, etc.)
– utilities for working with IPX/SPX
– support for many filesystems: iso9660 (CD-ROM filesystem); NFS (Network File System from Sun Microsystems); ncpfs (Novell filesystem for shared volumes); smbfs (SMB Windows network filesystem but only over TCP/IP).

Its author is Czech, Milan Keršláger. From version 0.7 (1999) the distribution has been created by Marek Dankowski. The American IT specialist Pat Villani helped on an ad hoc basis.

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Monkey Linux.tar.gz 12MB
md5sum: 38e4b0df9922634d64a19561987a83c9

 

ULTRIX

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Web site: digital.com/info/SP2640/ (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Server, Workstation
Desktop environment: X10/X11
Architecture: MIPS, VAX
Based on: BSD
Wikipedia: ULTRIX
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 4.5 | December 1995

ULTRIX – an operating system made by DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation), based on the 4.2BSD UNIX operating system with improvements 4.3BSD and System V Release 2 Contain various improvements that are specific to the digital hardware systems.

First Ultrix-32 was based on 4.2BSD with some of the features of System V, and released in 1984.
Its purpose was to be a pure UNIX for VAX with support for DEC. Later, Ultrix-32 added support for DECnet DEC and other appropriate protocols such as LAT.

ULTRIX runs on VAX and MIPS (R2000, R3000 or R4000 series).

The file systems support:
– can read/write: UFS (RW)e36, NFS (RW)e36
– can read: ISO 9660 (R)e100
– can read/write through third party or optional software: FAT (RW)w55 [using “mtools”, a set of MS-DOS utilities for UNIX, SMB (through SAMBA)

The latest version Ultrix-11 V4.5 was released in November 1995.

The Digital Equipment Corporation was bought in 1998 by Compaq, and starting from 2002 the Compaq is a part of Hewlett-Packard.

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Sulix

Sulix

Web site: sulix.hu
Origin: Hungary
Category: Education
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Fedora
Wikipedia:
Media: Install DVD
The last version | Released: 8 | April 8, 2016
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Sulix – a Linux distribution based on Fedora, developed for education institutes.

Sulix Professional was developed directly to meet the educational needs of educational institutions, creating a free and easy-to-use computer software package that can help you forget about the challenges of IT systems. Sulix Professional offers the opportunity for these technical tools to really help the teaching work and not set boundaries in education.

It does this outside of school, as students have the opportunity to install packages and its applications on their own home computers, allowing them to carry out their assigned tasks in a graphic environment.

Connected to your school’s wired or wireless network, SuliX Professional can automatically detect and connect to SuliXerver services. It provides comprehensive networking services for students and faculty during classroom education. This includes central access for teachers and students, secure registration of SuliX-based workstations, network file sharing, printing, mailing, calendar management, as well as using digital learning tools, support for classroom teaching and thesis writing, account control, and full control over student workstations and the possibility of online intervention.

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Sulix 8 Professional amd64 3.6GB.iso
md5sum: 9d5c9aa909af34220630d9c0619536f0

 

mtXinu

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Web site: (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Workstation
Desktop environment: X11
Architecture: Mach 386
Based on: BSD
Wikipedia: mtXinu
Media: Install floppy disks
The last version | Released: ? | 1991 ?

mtXinu (reverse of UNIX TM) – a software company created in 1983, which produced the two operating systems. mtXinu was commercially licensed version of the BSD UNIX operating system for the DEC VAX. VAX is a line of computers developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in the mid-1970s.

The initial version was based on 4.1cBSD; later versions were based on 4.2 and 4.3BSD. more / BSD was actually mtXinu version 4.3BSD-Tahoe for VAX and HP 9000, which contained the HPBSD a University of Utah.

In 1991 mtXinu changed its name to Xinet.

The compressed zip file contains binary floppy disks of mtXinu Mach386 of: bootstrap, file system, DUI, base system, on line documents, networking and X window system.

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mtXinu Mach386 MB920331020 floppy disks 35MB.zip
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Karamad

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Web site: karamad.com (not active)
Origin: Iran
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Blackbox, GNOME, IceWM, KDE, Openbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: openSUSE
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
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.

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