Дистрибутивы Linux

  • AnNyung Linux

    AnNyung is an i686-optimised, server-oriented Korean Linux distribution based on the Red Hat/Fedora technology and with added security features.
  • AsteriskNOW

    AsteriskNow - операционная система, с предустановленным программным обеспечением Asterisk, предназначенная для разворачивания АТС на базе PC-компьютера. AsteriskNOW содержит Линукс дистрибутив, Asterisk, DAHDI драйвер-фреймворк и административный интерфейс АТС на ваш выбор: AsteriskGUI или без графического интерфейса. AsteriskNOW позволяет легко создавать специализированные решения телефонии за счет автоматической установки комплекта нужного ПО. Большая часть сложности установки и администрирования Asterisk и Linux решается использованием удобного даже для не опытного Unix-пользователя AsteriskGUI.
  • Berry Linux

    Berry Linux - Linux LiveCD с автоматическим определением аппаратных средств и поддержкой большого количества видеокарт, звуковых карт, устройств SCSI и USB, других периферийных устройств, созданный японцем Юсиро Накада. Созданный как система общего назначения, Berry Linux может использоваться для демонстрации возможностей Linux, для учебных целей, как ремонтно-восстановительный инструмент, а также как настольная система. По общей идее Berry Linux сходен с Knoppix, однако в отличие от последнего, он основан на RPM Red Hat Linux (точнее, на Fedora Core) и практически идентичен RH по составу программного обеспечения. Berry Linux несовместим с Knoppix и другими продуктами на базе Debian GNU/Linux. От Knoppix он позаимствовал только систему распознавания аппаратных средств hwsetup и сжатую файловую систему squashfs.
  • BLAG Linux And GNU

    BLAG Linux и GNU, BLAG (BLAG Linux and GNU — BLAG Linux и GNU) дистрибутив GNU/Linux, основанный на дистрибутиве Fedora.
  • CentOS

    CentOS (англ. Community ENTerprise Operating System) — дистрибутив Linux, основанный на коммерческом Red Hat Enterprise Linux компании Red Hat и совместимый с ним.
  • ClearOS

    ClearOS -это Linux дистрибутив ориентированный на работу в качестве интернет шлюза, контроллера домена, системы защиты от вторжений и прокси сервера. Построен он на базе RedHat и CentOS. По замыслу разработчиков, он должен применяться в небольших компаниях, где нет смысла использовать дорогие аппаратные решения и небольшие компьютерные сети позволяют задействовать один или два сервера со многими ролями.
  • Ekaaty Linux

    Ekaaty Linux is a Brazilian community distribution based on Fedora Core. Its single-CD releases are geared towards desktop use in business and home environments, with KDE desktop, Smart package manager, BrOffice.org office suite, Kontact personal information management suite, and antivirus/antispam tools forming the backbone of the distribution. Ekaaty Linux supports English and Portuguese languages only.
  • Elastix

    Elastix is a Linux distribution that integrates the best tools available for Asterisk-based Private Branch Exchanges (PBX) into a single, easy-to-use interface. It also adds its own set of utilities and allows for the creation of third-party modules to make it an excellent software package available for open source telephony. Based on CentOS.
  • Fusion Linux

    Fusion Linux является Fedora Remix, что использует сочетание свободного и открытого исходного кода, несвободные и не с открытым исходным кодом аппаратного и программного обеспечения, чтобы привести пользователя наиболее передовым опытом на платформе Linux.
  • Hanthana Linux

    Hanthana Linux is a Fedora remix suitable for desktop and laptop users. Hanthana comes in the form of a live DVD for regular PC systems (i686 and x86_64 architectures). It includes all the features of Fedora and loads of additional software, including multimedia players and codecs, graphics, development, educational and entertainment programs ready for use right after installation.
  • IDMS Linux

    IDMS Linux is a specialised distribution focused on stability and mission critical operation, normally required in server environments.
  • K12Linux

    K12Linux is Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP.org) integrated with Fedora, in a convenient Live USB or DVD media installer. Since 1999, LTSP has empowered many schools and businesses with Linux-based terminal servers and thin clients, allowing low-cost clients or recycled computers to become powerful Linux desktop machines. K12Linux allows easy deployment of a Linux terminal server, capable of serving entire networks of netboot diskless clients. Clients login to the central terminal server, where they can use any Linux desktop environment and most desktop applications. Significant long-term cost savings are made possible by central management of software and accounts.
  • Kororaa Linux

    Kororaa Linux was born out of a desire to make Linux easier to use for non-experts. While it has a long history based on Gentoo, in 2010 it was reborn as a Fedora remix and live DVD using a customised KDE as the default desktop. It includes various tweaks and extras to make the system "just work" out of the box.
  • Linpus Linux

    Linpus Linux is a commercial, Fedora-based distribution developed by Linpus Technologies, a Linux company with headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan and a development office in Shanghai, China. The product's main features are support for both traditional and simplified Chinese, LSB 2.0 certification, support for Unicode character sets, friendly GNOME desktop, and compatibility with a wide range of computer hardware.
  • Magic Linux

    Magic Linux is a new distribution, which is specifically designed for Chinese users. Magic Linux is a non-commercial production completely developed by Linux enthusiasts with a simple motive in mind: say farewell to endless Chinese localisations from one Linux distribution to another and bring the native Chinese support to your desktop.
  • Network Security Toolkit

    Network Security Toolkit (NST) is a bootable live CD based on Fedora Core. The toolkit was designed to provide easy access to best-of-breed open source network security applications and should run on most x86 platforms. The main intent of developing this toolkit was to provide the network security administrator with a comprehensive set of open source network security tools. What we find rather fascinating with NST is that we can transform most x86 systems (Pentium II and above) into a system designed for network traffic analysis, intrusion detection, network packet generation, wireless network monitoring, a virtual system service server, or a sophisticated network/host scanner.
  • Ojuba

    Ojuba is a Fedora-based Linux distribution whose main focus is to provide the best Arabic support, as well as some Islamic tools such as Hijra (Hijri calendar) and Minbar (prayer time indicator). It is available as an installation DVD or installable live CD.

    One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is an initiative to build a low-cost laptop computer with a pre-installed operating system and applications designed for children in developing countries. The operating system is a Linux-based solution, a heavily customised edition of Fedora Core with a special graphical user interface called Sugar. Among applications, the system includes a web browser built on Xulrunner, a simple document viewer based on Evince; the AbiWord word processor, an RSS reader, email, chat and VOIP clients, a multimedia authoring and playback environment, a music composition toolkit, graphics toolkits, games, a shell, and a debugger.
  • O-Net

    O-Net is an Italian commercial Linux distribution created by HI-NET.
  • Openwall GNU/*/Linux

    Openwall GNU/*/Linux (or Owl for short) is a small security-enhanced Linux distribution for servers, appliances, and virtual appliances. Owl live CDs with remote SSH access are also good for recovering or installing systems (whether with Owl or not). Another secondary use is for operating systems and/or computer security courses, which benefit from the simple structure of Owl and from the inclusion of the complete build environment.
  • Open Xange

    Open Xange is an easy-to-use, Fedora-based desktop Linux distribution featuring the KDE desktop.
  • Phayoune Secure Linux

    Phayoune Linux is a live distribution based on Linux From Scratch and optimised for USB storage devices. Besides standard desktop software, it also includes a variety of server applications, including a firewall, web server, mail server, database server, file server and application server.
  • PUIAS Linux

    PUIAS Linux is a complete operating system for desktops and servers, built by compiling the source packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Besides these upstream packages, the project also provides several other repositories: "Addons" which contains additional packages not included in a stock Red Hat distribution, "Computational" which carries software specific to scientific computing, and "Unsupported" which holds various experimental packages. The distribution is maintained by the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University in the USA.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Red Hat is the leader in development, deployment, and management of Linux and open source solutions for Internet infrastructure - ranging from embedded devices to secure Web servers. Red Hat was founded in 1994 by visionary entrepreneurs Bob Young and Marc Ewing. Open source is the foundation of our business model. It represents a fundamental shift in how software is created. The code that makes up the software is available to anyone. Developers who use the software are free to improve the software. The result: rapid innovation. Red Hat solutions combine Red Hat Linux, developer and embedded technologies, training, management services, technical support. We deliver this open source innovation to our customers via an Internet platform called Red Hat Network. Red Hat is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
  • Rocks Cluster Distribution

    Rocks is a complete "cluster on a CD" solution for x86 and x86_64 Red Hat Linux clusters. Building a Rocks cluster does not require any experience in clustering, yet a cluster architect will find a flexible and programmatic way to redesign the entire software stack just below the surface (appropriately hidden from the majority of users). Although Rocks includes the tools expected from any clustering software stack (PBS, Maui, GM support, Ganglia, etc), it is unique in its simplicity of installation.
  • SME Server

    SME Server (known as e-smith at the time) was founded in January 1999 by Joseph and Kim Morrison. The company introduced the first version of its flagship software product, the e-smith server and gateway, in April 1999. By the end of the year, many thousands of e-smith servers were running in countries from Fiji to Finland. Word was spreading quickly among developers and systems integrators who needed a solid, easy-to-use server for their small-business customers. In July 2001, e-smith was acquired by Mitel Networks, in September 2004 by Lycoris, and the project is currently sponsored by Resource Strategies, Inc.
  • SuliX

    SuliX is a Hungarian, Fedora-based distribution for schools. Its main features are usability, Hungarian language support, "freshness" in terms of software updates and educational purpose. It can be used in schools, for IT education or as a Linux migration tool. The name "SuliX" comes from Hungarian: "suli" means "school" in child's language. SuliX is developed by a small group of teachers in Hungary.
  • TFM Linux

    TFM Linux is a Linux operating system that can be used for small enterprises, whose administrators are not so experienced in Linux. It all began a long time ago with a Red Hat distribution, whose packages were very low on security, so that less than 5 % of these were kept and the rest was replaced with alternate Red Hat packages which proved to be more stable. That's the way the TFM Linux idea was born. The simplest method at that time was the adaptation of Red Hat distribution to the needs previously specified. So in March 2001 TFM Linux 1.0 was launched. An easy to install operating system, easy to use as server edition or workstation and adapted for the user's needs. All the knowledge gathered during all this time, allowed the observation of the modified Red Hat distribution limits, and, as future plan, it was established that the next version of the distribution will be done starting from zero, for having complete control to what is happening in the distribution and the packages interactions.
  • trixbox

    trixbox (formerly known as Asterisk@Home) is a CentOS-based Linux distribution that enables the home user to quickly set up a VoIP Asterisk PBX. A web GUI makes configuration and operation easy. The CD also includes an xPL (home automation) interface for easy interaction with other devices in the home.
  • Userful Desktop

    Userful Desktop is a complete Linux operating system pre-integrated with a suite of public computer management software and Userful's 10-to-1 desktop advantage. With Userful Desktop and sufficient video cards, mice and keyboards, up to ten users can independently browse the Internet, send email and run a wide variety of productivity software all from one computer box. Built on Red Hat's Fedora Core, Userful Desktop is a robust, multi-user desktop computing platform that can be customised to address a wide variety of public computing applications.
  • VortexBox

    VortexBox is a Fedora-based Linux distribution that turns an unused computer into an easy-to-use music server or jukebox. Once VortexBox has been loaded it will automatically rip CDs to FLAC and MP3 files, ID3-tag the files, and download the cover art. VortexBox will then serve the files to network media player. The file can also be streamed to a Windows or Mac OS X system.
  • Yellow Dog Linux

    Yellow Dog Linux is an open source Linux operating system for home, office, server, and cluster users. Built upon the Red Hat/CentOS core, Terra Soft and now Fixstars (which acquired Terra Soft in 2008) has since the spring of 1999 developed and maintained Yellow Dog Linux for the Power architecture family of processors. The distribution combines a graphical installer with support for a wide range of Power hardware, leading-edge kernels, stable, functional compilers for code development, and servers for web, database, email, and network services. More than 2,000 packages are included on the install DVD.
  • ASPLinux

    ASPLinux (Application Service Provider Linux) — один из российских дистрибутивов ОС Linux, выпускаемый одноимённой компанией. Базируется на системе пакетов RPM, полностью совместим с дистрибутивом Fedora. Поддержка русского языка в этом дистрибутиве работает прямо «из коробки». Начиная с версии 12, команда разработчиков ASPLinux отказалась от поддержки множества кодировок кириллицы, оставив только UTF-8, а также отказалась от своего фирменного инсталлятора и перешла на Anaconda. До версии 9 включительно ASPLinux базировался на операционной системе Red Hat Linux. Все последующие версии базируются на дистрибутиве Fedora. Обычно за основу нового дистрибутива ASPLinux берётся предпоследняя версия Fedora, а так как разница между выпусками этих дистрибутивов составляет несколько месяцев, то новый ASPLinux включает в себя многие из выпущенных обновлений. Главным отличием ASPLinux является полная поддержка мультимедиа «из коробки» (в Fedora по законам США отсутствует поддержка некоторых популярных форматов, однако таковая присутствует также в дистрибутиве Russian Fedora). Помимо десктопного варианта, компания ASPLinux также выпускает серверный дистрибутив ASPLinux Server, основанный на последней версии RHEL.



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