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Clonezilla - About DebianEdu Translation(s): English - Italiano - 简体中文 Everyone: please scan through all the pages in the DebianEdu/SiteMap and help either updating them, deleting them if they're irrelevant/redundant/outdated or explicitly mark them as such. Click on the DebianEdu Introduction page to see information about: What is it? Click on the Before Getting Started page to see information about: Basic terminology What is a profile? Click on the Current Version Basic Installation page to see information about: How to get a DebianEdu copy Prepare a basic topology Install DebianEdu current version: Wheezy Boot clients Manuals Howtos Flavours Educational software (Linux Signpost) Here you can find a complete list of packages which are included by the Debian Edu meta-packages; feel free to propose changes to these on the mailing list. LibreOffice Debian Frequently asked questions Free help Professional help More help Please try to learn more about Debian Edu first. Mailing lists IRC - Internet relay chat List of past IRC meetings

DSL information :: GNU Linux Live system based on Debian, optimized for HD-install and high performance Ultimate Edition - Re-defining the Ultimate operating system… Small Unix Unix distributions for embedded devices Embedded devices include those from Soekris Engineering, PC Engines WRAP boards or other PC/104 compliant devices. m0n0wall is a FreeBSD-based distribution optimized to run as a firewall on embedded devices. It has a web administration GUI that supports IPsec.A number of Linksys network devices can be re-flashed and loaded with Linux for other uses. Small and live CD Linux based distributions KNOPPIX is a Debian-based bootable/live-CD with automatic hardware detection and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, USB and SCSI devices and other peripherals.Openwall is a Linux distribution with a focus on security that is compatible with many RPM-based packages. Small and live CD BSD based distributions LiveBSD is a live system on a CD similar to Knoppix based on the latest FreeBSD releases. Utilities for small Unix distributions Embedded news and devices LCD and LED output

Where Debian meets Enlightenment Debian ZipSlack Details[edit] ZipSlack used the UMSDOS filesystem under Linux, which means that it actually ran on top of the FAT filesystem, originally widely used by Microsoft operating systems, and commonly found today on various types of removable media such as ZIP disks, SuperDisks, USB flash drives, and Secure Digital cards. ZipSlack was quite lightweight, excluding a great deal of the software considered “normal” on an installation of a GNU/Linux based distribution today. For example, in ZipSlack, the X Window System was not present by default, nor were any GUI based web browsers. However, since ZipSlack was essentially just a miniature installation of Slackware, you were able to use the Slackware package management system to install whatever packages you may need. Minimum requirements[edit] As downloaded, ZipSlack required approximately 100 megabytes of disk space and an Intel 80386 or compatible CPU. The UMSDOS file system needs to be hosted on a FAT subsystem, not NTFS. Caveats[edit]

Planet Libre - Debian a 18 ans! Le projet Debian a 18 ans aujourd’hui! C’est en effet le 16 Aout 1993 que cette distribution Linux pour serveur et station de travail a vu le jour sous l’impulsion de Ian Murdock. Vous pouvez laisser un petit mot à l’intention des développeurs pour les remercier/féliciter via ce site ou encore aussi suivre les différentes conférences données pour l’occasion. Bon à 18 ans, la reine des serveurs mais aussi petite mère des Ubuntu, Linux Mint (et j’en passe), peut boire de l’alcool, passer son permis et se marier, c’est ça, j’ai bien compris? Tags: debian, geek, geekdefrance, Planet-Libre, Planet-Ubuntu Laissez un commentaire AV Linux Overview: AV Linux is a free shared downloadable and installable snapshot ISO image based on Debian/GNU Linux pre-configured to facilitate use as an Audio and Video production workstation OS. It is really intended to just be that simple, an AV production system prepared and shared by a single user with some practical experience in setting such things up. It is not really intended to be a full “Linux Distribution” in the proper sense. Read All About It: Before downloading AV Linux it is essential to read it’s User Manual, Most FAQ’s and many specific operational details including Installation are covered in it’s 130 illustrated pages. AV Linux 2018 User Manual Important Info! – AV Linux uses Systemback as an installation method and therefore inherits it’s limitations, at the current time UEFI boot is only possible with 64bit. Download locations: Mirror Bytemark Mirror MD5 and SHA256 sums (to verify Downloads): bdcc32640232bcfba3475dfc87b056dc isotester-avl32-2018.4.12.iso

Damn Small Linux History[edit] DSL was originally conceived and maintained by John Andrews. For five years the community included Robert Shingledecker who created the MyDSL system, DSL Control Panel and other features. System requirements[edit] DSL supports only x86 PCs. Features[edit] The current version of DSL is 4.4.10, released November 18, 2008. DSL has built-in scripts to download and install Advanced Packaging Tool (APT). Boot options[edit] DSL boot options, called "cheat codes" Boot options are also called "cheat codes" in DSL. The MyDSL system[edit] Versions and ports[edit] The standard flavour of DSL is the Live CD. 'Frugal' installation: DSL's 'cloop' image is installed, as a single file, to a hard disk partition. Live USB[edit] A Live USB of Damn Small Linux can be created manually or with UNetbootin.[3] Current status of the project[edit] See also[edit] Linux distributions derived from Damn Small Linux: References[edit] External links[edit] Reviews[edit]