[News] A Look at Puppy Linux and the New Release of Calculate Linux

[News] A Look at Puppy Linux and the New Release of Calculate Linux

Post by Roy Schest » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 05:48:26

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Savoring Flavors of Linux: PuppyLinux

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| There are plenty of reasons to 'wow' this
| distro. One is the footprint size. The live
| CD ISO file is has a size of just 110MB and
| downloaded in a jiffy. As advertised all over
| the web, it can be used on older PCs with
| small .drives and memory.
| Having said that, I have had some problems
| trying to revive some older PCs with Puppy.
| It runs well, however on a P3 Dell (T.800) .
| Another word of caution is that if you plan
| to do some heavy weight development on Linux,
| Puppy may not be the one you want.


Calculate Linux 10.0 released

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| Calculate Linux has advanced server support
| and is published from Russia. It has some
| unique features that make it stand out from
| other distributions of Linux. Some of its
| features include support for a large range of
| file systems, offers a variety of
| installation types, and has multiple language
| implementations.

http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ~y2009m12d6-Calculate-Linux-100-released


Calculate Linux 10.0 Screenshots

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| Calculate Linux is a Gentoo-based Linux
| distribution that comes in several editions
| to suit your desktop and server needs. The
| server edition (CDS) supports Windows and
| Linux clients via LDAP + SAMBA. This provides
| proxy, mail and Jabbers servers with
| streamlined user management. The desktop
| edition (CLD) is a workstation and client
| distro available in KDE and XFCE flavors that
| include a wizard for connecting the desktop
| with the (CDS). To create your own Calculate
| Linux use the Calculate Linux Scratch live
| DVD which includes all the framework needed
| to build a custom distro.

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