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01 June 2009 22:45

GNUstep - Everything is so ... square and gray.

What is it? GNUstep (this is a live CD, an operating system, a distribution) contains a lot of software for GNUstep, a free implementation of the OPENSTEP framework (which was also the base as Cocoa in Mac OS X). It includes an excellent application called Gorm for RAD (Apple Software Design Guidelines). More about the Objective-C Language. More on OPENSTEP and GNUstep. Why? The currently used window manager is Window Maker. Read this very informative article about what GNUstep is. If you are an OPENSTEP, Cocoa developer and want to port your software to GNUstep and release it as Free Software, contact me. More what is questions answered. Still not impressed, read this? Read great documentation. Hopefully soon with a microkernel and a more usable approach to OS design. History about the Lighthouse Design Ltd.. List of all packages on the CD.

d y n e : b o l i c -- a free multimedia studio in a GNU/Linux live CD

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Be welcome in a GNU world with dyne:bolic! You don't need to install anything, you don't even need an harddisk to run a whole free software operating system running out of the box on your PC! Download the ISO-image, burn your own CD, reboot your machine and you'll get back true love ;^)

Proyecto UTUTO

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El Proyecto UTUTO es un proyecto de investigación y desarrollo de tecnología informática de aplicación social, con el objetivo de incentivar y promover la generación y apropiación del conocimiento en los paises en desarrollo, reduciendo la (así llamada) brecha digital entre los países que lideran el desarrollo tecnológico a nivel mundial y aquellos que hasta hoy se limitaban a importar y consumir desarrollos extranjeros.

01 June 2009 22:30

01 June 2009 22:15

blag linux and gnu by le brixton linux action group

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blag - le brixton linux action group works to overthrow corporate control of information and technology through community action and spreading Free Software.

Home Musix GNU Linux

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¿Qué es Musix GNU Linux? Más capturas de pantalla Musix es el resultado del trabajo colaborativo de toda una comunidad de usuarios y programadores. Es un Sistema Operativo Multimedia 100% Libre destinado a músicos, técnicos sonidistas, DJs, cineastas, diseñadores gráficos, y usuarios en general: una enorme colección de programas libres que pueden reemplazar Windows. (Más detalles: Breves / Descarga el Live-CD / Entrevista / Video-Demo)

01 June 2009 22:00

gNewSense Official Website : Free as in freedom | Builder / HowToCreateYourOwnGNULinuxDistribution | browse

HowToCreateYourOwnGNULinuxDistribution Filed in: Builder.HowToCreateYourOwnGNULinuxDistribution · Modified on : Thu, 28 May 09 As part of creating gNewSense, we created our Builder which allows for the creation of a new GNU/Linux distribution based on Ubuntu Hardy. From a simple config file you can choose the name of your distribution, release, tagline and what packages you'd like to be installed/removed by default. Graphics will be automatically generated. These scripts are obviously biased towards producing gNewSense, but should provide a good base to work off. Note that there is no need to follow these steps to use gNewSense, you can download an iso from one of the Mirrors. You'll need at least 80GB of free disk space, and preferably a very fast Internet connection (you'll be pulling 40GB of data). This can be run on any Debian derivative capable of bootstrapping Ubuntu Hardy (8.04). All commands must be run as root. If you have any queries, please drop into our IRC channel. This is still very much beta software.

01 June 2009 21:45

gNewSense Official Website : Free as in freedom | Main / gNewSense 2.2 - deltah | browse

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gNewSense is a fully free software GNU/Linux distribution. Free software is software that respects your freedom. You can use it without restrictive licenses, make copies for your friends, school or business. To use free software is to make a political and ethical choice asserting your rights to learn and to share what you learn with others. It is built by people across the globe who work together as a community. We are open and anyone is welcome to join.

Software - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation

To look for individual free software packages, both GNU and non-GNU, please see the Free Software Directory: a categorized, searchable database of free software. The Directory is actively maintained by the Free Software Foundation and includes links to program home pages where available. It also includes a list of all GNU packages. Free software documentation links are listed separately.