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Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too!
Kubuntu is a a user friendly operating system based on KDE, the K Desktop Environment. With a predictable 6 month release cycle and part of the Ubuntu project, Kubuntu is the GNU/Linux distribution for everyone.
Xubuntu uses the Xfce desktop environment, meaning that it will run fast while still delivering a user-friendly interface. Older computers feel lively again, while newer ones will run faster than ever before!
Nexenta Operating System is a free and open source operating system combining the OpenSolaris kernel with GNU application userland. Nexenta Operating System runs on Intel/AMD 32/64bit hardware and is distributed as a single installable CD. Upgrades and binary packages not included on the CD can be ... [More]
A GNU/Linux distribution, that takes all the non-free blobs out of a rather popular distribution (ubuntu) and makes it free. Built using gnewsense-builder.
The Edubuntu Linux distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to schools, through its customised school environment. The current version of Edubuntu is aimed at classroom use, and future versions of Edubuntu will expand to other educational usage, such as university use.
Linux Mint XFCE is a lightweight community edition of Linux Mint built around XFCE desktop. The desktop is not the only change against the main edition, it has modified configuration, its own configuration tools and different default set of applications. From the Linux Mint home page: "Linux ... [More]
TurnKey Linux is an opensource project that aims to develop high-quality software appliances that are easy to deploy, easy to use and free. In a nutshell, we believe everything that can be easy, should be easy! http://www.turnkeylinux.org/
StormOS is the first distribution based on Nexenta Core Platform 2.0 RC1 which combines the power of the Solaris kernel with the ease of use of Ubuntu. StormOS aims to be a lightweight OS with everything the average user would want out-of-the-box.