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- Includes project Wiki, bug tracking system and forums. Distribution has its own package management system, Pacman.
- A distribution 'designed for people who know what they're doing with Linux'. Documentation, developer information, source code, and bug tracker.
- Based on rPath Linux, aims to be a GNOME showcase. Service includes a download section, news beats, community support and contact information.
- Distribution based on alternative directory hierarchy. Descriptions, news, downloads, mail list, documents, screenshots.
- Offers descriptions of the most popular distributions and gives links to download them.
- Source-based distribution based on a GPLed package management system named Sorcery; fork of Sorcerer GNU/Linux. Not a business. Developed and maintained by people who got together to preserve and extend technology they liked using.
- An open, mobile-optimized, core distribution aimed at device manufacturers; powered by Qt/QML and HTML5.
- Provides a fully free version of Arch Linux, with no proprietary components of any kind. News, bug tracker, wiki, package database, mailing lists.
- Modern distribution with powerful auto-build process, mainly for skilled Linux/Unix administrators, runs on multiple platforms. Small, but not mini distribution.
- Source-based distribution based on a GPLed package management system named Sorcery, with metaphors of casting and dispelling programs to install and uninstall them.
- Small multiarchitecture distribution for power users.
- Makes YOPER (Your Operating System, Y Operating System, YOS) Linux, goal: fill the gap between technical Gentoo or Linux from source, and business or home users. Auckland, New Zealand.
Sun to Drop its Customized Linux
- Firm to phase out its custom Sun Linux and move instead to partner with Red Hat and other mainstream Linux firms, a strategy more aligned with other server competitors. [CNET News.com] (March 28, 2003)
Sun Eyes Alliances with Linux Rivals
- The firm is considering a shift from Sun Linux to partnerships with mainstream Linux sellers such as SuSE and Red Hat, as done by IBM, Dell Computer, Hewlett-Packard. [CNET News.com] (March 06, 2003)
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