BlankOn

BlankOn

Web site: blankonlinux.or.id
Origin: Indonesia
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Manokwari
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 11.0.1 | May 8, 2018
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BlankOn – a Debian-based Linux distribution developed by the Indonesian Linux Mover Foundation (Yayasan Penggerak Linux Indonesia (YPLI)) and the BlankOn development team.

BlankOn is a general purpose distribution for PC users, containing a suite of office, financial, web, graphics, etc. applications. The system also provides support for multimedia formats/codecs such as MP3, VCD and DVD as well as Indonesian themes and graphics.

The system uses a desktop called Manokwari, which is based on GNOME 3, Gtk+ and HTML5.

BlankOn originally comes from the word ‘blangkon’ which means the ethnic headgear of the Indonesians.

The first version of BlankOn 1.0 was based on Fedora Core.
YPLI and Komunitas Ubuntu Indonesia have released BlankOn 2.0 “Konde” based on Ubuntu.

BlankOn Linux versions 1.0 and 2.0 were sponsored by UNESCO and several other institutions.

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BlankOn 11.0.1 amd64 1.8GB.iso
md5sum: 8a41a273b6c760854082a6bc37e6f5ba

 

BitDefender Rescue CD

BitDefender Rescue CD

Web site: bitdefender.com/index.php?tab=2 (not active)
Origin: Romania
Category: Antivirus
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Gentoo
Wikipedia: BitDefender
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.0.0_5_10_2018 | December 12, 2018
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BitDefender Rescue CD – a rescue operating system based on Gentoo Linux and designed to scan disks and remove malware installed on your computer.

Rescue CD works in live mode, which allows you to clean your computer of viruses without booting the system itself. Thanks to this, it is possible to scan even those elements that are normally inaccessible when the system is running.

The Live system is built on top of Gentoo Linux and uses Xfce as the default desktop.
In addition to the anti-virus scanner that automatically starts when Live system starts, rescue CD comes with a set of basic applications that are part of the Xfce environment. If your computer has an active Internet connection, the antivirus program will automatically update its antivirus signature databases and scanning engines.

Older versions of BitDefender Rescue CD were based on KNOPPIX.

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BitDefender Rescue CD 2018.12.12 i686 851MB.iso
md5sum: 8db7c8681461b04ff8ef7597d9728b1b
BitDefender Rescue CD 2.0.0_5_10_2010 i686 651MB.iso
md5sum: 9357fe17dd3eff3391abfc26f306feb2

 

UltraPenguin

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Web site: ultra.linux.cz (not active)
Origin: Czech Republic
Category: Server
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Red Hat
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 1.1.9 | December 11, 1998

UltraPenguin – a Linux distribution for SPARC and UltraSPARC based workstations, which is based on Red Hat Linux. This distribution is for both 32bit and 64bit SPARC CPUs, the advantage is that this distribution works on 32bit SPARCs (sun4 (hopefully, SILO not yet, install image neither), sun4c, sun4m, sun4d) and on 64bit SPARCs.

It is released under GPL. There are really no guarantees and you cannot make Red Hat Software, Inc. liable for anything, as this is really just based on their work.

Supported Hardware CPU’s:
– Sun4 machines (4/300 only at the moment)
– Sun4c machines (IPC, SS1, etc)
– Sun4m machines (IPX, Classic, SS5, SS10, SS20, …, including SMP boxes; only SS5/170 is not yet supported)
– UltraSPARC SBUS based workstations (Ultra1, Ultra2, Ultra1 Creator, Ultra2 Creator, including SMP configurations)
– UltraSPARC PCI based workstations (Ultra30, UltraAX, Ultra10, Ultra5, Ultra60)
– UltraSPARC SBUS based servers: Enterprise 1, 2, 150, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 10000 (SMP is being worked on)
– UltraSPARC PCI based servers: Enterprise 450 (including SMP)

UltraLinux is a fast 64bit free operating system, which supports up to 1TB of physical and another 1TB of IO memory, fully supports Linux/Sparc 32bit binaries plus will soon support 64bit UltraLinux ELF binaries. It uses the Visual Instruction Set for high bandwidth operations, even older 32-bit applications take advantage of this increased performance if they are dynamically linked. The 64-bit userland for UltraPenguin is half done, developers have initial statically linked ELF 64-bit binaries working. We will announce separately the availability of this so others can experiment with it and help us out, so please be patient.

July 12, 1997 – The UltraLinux team announces UltraPenguin 1.0 which was based on Red Hat Linux, version 4.2 for sparc.

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MkLinux

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Web site: mklinux.org
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: PowerPC
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: MkLinux
Media: Install
The last version | Released: Pre-R2 | August 5, 2002

MkLinux – an Open Source operating system which consists of an implementation of the Linux operating system hosted on the Mach microkernel. We estimate that there are somewhere between 50,000 and 100,000 MkLinux users. A significant number of the installed MkLinux systems are being used in mission-critical applications.

During the early years, most MkLinux development occurred either at Apple or at The Open Group Research Institute in Grenoble, France. MkLinux Developer Release 1 (DR1) was released in early 1996.

MkLinux is a project begun by the OSF Research Institute (now Silicomp RI) and Apple Computer to port Linux, a freely distributed UNIX-like operating system, to a variety of Power Macintosh platforms running on top of OSF Research Institute’s implementation of the Mach microkernel.

Later that year, DR2 was released, incorporating numerous bug fixes. The Linux server was updated to the 2.0.x source base shortly thereafter. At about the same time, (December, 1996) PCI machines were supported and DR2.1 was completed and incorporated into Apple’s “Reference Release”. DR2.1 was released a few months later. With the exception of shared library support and support for 603e machines, very little changed until the appearance of the G3 PowerMacs in late 1997. Support for these machines trickled into the source base over the course of a few months, and pre-DR3, as it was then known, was frozen about March of 1998. While Apple’s quality assurance people tested the disk, the world moved on without it. As a result, a substantial number of bug fixes didn’t make it into the DR3 release.

By the time DR3 was released, at least three additional PowerBook models were partially supported (1400, 2400, and G3 series), and numerous major causes of crashes had been eliminated. At this point, a number of developers had made various fixes to PowerBook support, but they weren’t all in the same kernel.

At that point, at the request of Gilbert Coville, I sent out a request for patches and changes. The GENERIC kernels were born. Several developers joined me in setting up a CVS server for sources so that developers from around the world could easily coordinate their development efforts and maintain a single source tree.

Since the DR3 release, MkLinux has made significant advances in multiple Ethernet support, IDE support, floppy support, and overall stability. Literally hundreds of bug fixes and patches have been submitted in the past few months, and MkLinux is in a stronger position than ever to grow and improve for years to come.

Beginning in the summer of 1998, development work on MkLinux transitioned from Apple and OSF to a community-led effort.

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MkLinux DR3 cdimage 648MB
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MkLinux DR3 7.18MB.src.tgz
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DR3 osfmk.export 379KB.tgz
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DR3 osfmk 4.6MB.src.tgz
md5sum: e4e914d9f849f77fb3746be02ccde1df
DR3 tools 174KB.tgz
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MkLinux MAINDISK 669MB.img
md5sum: a33137a038bbc84a7348a4746fe9f825
MkLinux MAINDISK-OLD 673MB.img
md5sum: 4ef456439841c13ac71f6a6c0d550b7d

 

Xandros

Xandros

Web site: xandros.com (not active)
Origin: Canada
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia: Xandros
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 4.2 | July 26, 2007

Xandros (or: Xandros Desktop) – an easy to use, highly compatible Linux distribution for desktop computer users. It provides an alternative operating system environment that is simple to install, configure and use, provides extensive Microsoft Windows OS and network compatibility, and harnesses the power of Linux to provide a viable, highly functional and reliable Linux desktop that is easy to use.

Features:
– Simple, powerful and complete Linux desktop operating system
– The only Linux desktop that installs out of the box alongside Windows XP with NTFS resizing capability (Deluxe only)
– Ability to run many Windows applications via CodeWeavers CrossOver Office & Plugin products (a US$79.95 value included with Deluxe only)
– Free North American shipping and handling for Xandros Desktop Deluxe (limited time offer)
– Xandros Desktop Deluxe Edition only US$99.00
– Xandros Desktop Standard Edition special introductory price only US$39.95 plus shipping and handling.

Xandros Desktop leverages the performance and reliability of a Linux distribution to create a secure desktop operating system that breaks down the barriers between Microsoft Windows and Linux. A simple 5 step graphical installation process and uncomplicated configuration facilities get your system up and running quickly while the familiar point and click interface and easy to use applications get you surfing the Web, sending e-mail, chatting, word processing and printing immediately.

The Xandros Desktop is based on the Open Source, K Desktop Environment (KDE) which immediately gives it a familiar appearance whether you are accustomed to Microsoft Windows or another Linux distribution.

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Xenta OS

Xenta OS

Web site: xentaos.com
Origin: Indonesia
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Cinnamon, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2.0 LTS | March 11, 2019

Xenta OS – a Linux distro with Indonesian locales, and containing software which can be used for desktop, laptop and notebook. Equipped with various knick-knacks Indonesia, this distribution is suitable for computer users in Indonesia.

Xenta OS Linux is now managed by KPGLI Starting a discourse and at the same time the idea of its establishment Since July 17, 2019 it was founded by Dindin Hernawan and the Chair of the Organization currently led by Faqih Yugo Susilo. KPGLI Stands for the Indonesian GNU/Linux Activist Group. One of the objectives of the establishment is as a forum for a group to activate open source activities, especially GNU/Linux distributions.

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Xenta OS 2.0 LTS Xfce i386 1.5GB.iso
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Xenta OS 2.0 LTS Console i386 398MB.iso
md5sum: 15295af7e4b504998123eefca3fbca6e
Xenta OS 2.0 LTS Cinnamon amd64 1.7GB.iso
md5sum: 64eaf2aaa364d3c0640faa61232d15db

 

Luit Linux

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Web site: luitlinux.sarovar.org (not active)
Origin: India
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Damn Small Linux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.4 | December 2004

Luit Linux – a small bootable live CD distribution based on Knoppix and Damn Small Linux. It is a very small, compact live distribution with tools and applications for daily usage, with good looks and feel for the end users.

Main features of this new distro is it’s modularity. Additional CD’s can be mounted to get additional packages at any time when needed from the desktop menu or through a command prompt. All can be combined to make a Mini CD version also.

Features of the Luit Linux are:
· Firefox
· Gaim
· Epic IRC Client
· Xmule
· Scribus Desktop Publishing for Linux
· Sqlite and Sqlitebrowser
· GIMP
· Printing utilities with CUPS
· Games like Doom Legacy and X-board
· FTP
· OpenOffice
· IRC servers

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LindowsOS

Lindows

Web site: lindows.com (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 4.0.302 | June 22, 2003

LindowsOS (later: Linspire) – a commercial operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux by Linspire, Inc. It was focused on ease-of-use and targeting home computer users.

It used the WINE API to run Microsoft Windows applications. The WINE API was later dropped, as LindowsOS used a program called “Click’N’Run” (CNR). CNR is similar to Synaptic used to download apps with the APT tool.

Lindows was shipped with a customized KDE 3.x desktop, custom applications borderline cloning the Apple iLife suite, and a primitive “app store,” it was intended to be easy to use and fully functional out of the box.

In 2001, a company called Lindows Inc. created a new Linux Operating System.
The project founder is Michael Robertson.

Releases:
– 0.91 Sneak Preview 2 April 5,2002
– 1.1.1 June 21, 2002
– 2.1.40 October 24, 2002
– 3.0.0 November 15, 2002
– 4.0.302 June 22, 2003

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Lindows 2.1.40 i386 425MB.iso
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Lindows 2.1.40 Bootfloppy i386 1.4MB.img
md5sum: 981f5a360154f12e69381623d0e25f47
Lindows 3.0 i386 407MB.iso
md5sum: 47440b12c6d17f450a87083898f0f155
LindowsOS 4.0.302 i386 464MB.iso
md5sum: 76a7c608e430f654f81403be86a71f6e

 

MT LinWin

MT LinWin

Web site: mtart.hpu.pl/viewpage.php?page_id=2 (not active)
Origin: Poland
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: MATE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Linux Mint
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2013

MT LinWin – a Linux distribution built on the top of Linux Mint 13 LTS. It is targeted to photographers, 3D graphic designers, filmmakers, engineers, sales and service entrepreneurs, music creators and DJs, doctors or other medical professionals, and people with disabilities.

The live system comes with a number of programs in each category, including:
– Office: Adobe Reader, qFaktury, GNUCash, LibreOffice
– Audio and Video: Aristra, Audacity, Avidemux, ISO Master, Brasero, OpenShot, OpenShot, MeTV
– Graphics: Blender, RawTherapee, UFraw, Aesculap Viewer, DraftSight
– Internet: Empathy, Firefox, Kadu, Pidgin, Skype

Additionally, the system has commercial applications preinstalled – some require purchasing a license: CrossOver 9.0 Professional, Corel After Shot Pro, Nero Linux 4, Adobe AIR, Adobe Flash Player.

The default desktop is a modified MATE, which is designed to look like MS Windows.

Hardware requirements:
– x86/32 Bit processor with a speed of approximately 800 MHz
– RAM Memory 512 MB
– Graphics card 32 MB

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BRLix

BRLix

Web site: brlix.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.0 | January 6, 2017

BRLix – a Debian GNU/Linux “Wheezy” based live Linux distribution with KDE desktop environment preinstalled as default.

The Brlix is a project to help users who have difficulty using the current Linux graphical interfaces. With an already familiar interface, and applications that facilitate the work, the learning curve is decreased and becomes friendly to use a GNU / Linux for a layman user.

Live user & password: brlix

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BRLix 2.0 i686 977MB.iso
md5sum: 163ea4312311bc50f0ddccf504ee6c6e