LTSP

Web site: ltsp.org Origin: Greek Category: Server Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86, x86_64 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Linux_Terminal_Server_Project Media: Install The last version | Released: 1999 LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) – helps in netbooting LAN clients from a single template installation that resides in a virtual machine image or

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ThomOS

Web site: gitlab.com/souperdoupe/thomos Origin: unknown Category: Desktop Desktop environment: Dwm, Openbox Architecture: x86_64 Based on: Devuan Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 0.2 | May 5, 2020 Zobacz po polsku: ThomOS ThomOS – a switchblade, minimalistic operating system based on Devuan Linux. It abides by the KISS

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Multiuser DOS

Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Others Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86, Motorola 86000 Based on: Concurrent Wikipedia: Multiuser DOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 7.22 R18 | April 21, 2005 Multiuser DOS – a real-time multi-user multi-tasking operating system for IBM PC-compatible microcomputers. An evolution of

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SadharOS

Web site: saos.usd.ac.id Origin: Indonesia Category: Desktop Desktop environment: GNOME Architecture: x86, x86_64 Based on: Ubuntu Wikipedia: Media: Live DVD The last version | Released: 12.05 | May 20, 2012 SadharOS – a Linux distribution made by the Linux community of the Sanata Dharma Open Source Community (SaOS), Indonesia. SadharOS

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ne

Web site: ne.di.unimi.it Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, OS X License: GNU GPL Interface: TUI Wikipedia: Ne_(text_editor) First release: 1993 ne – a free text editor based on the POSIX standard that runs (we hope) on almost any UN*X machine. ne is easy to use for the

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NEdit

Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/nedit/ Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, Unix-like, BSD License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: NEdit First release: 1992 NEdit – a fast, compact Motif/X11 plain text editor, for most popular Unix systems. Features significant support for programmers including syntax highlighting, macro language, and streamlined keyboard navigation.

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