Derivatives of Ubuntu Linux.
Formerly known as Ubuntu Eee, a project optimized for netbooks. Download guide, project documentation, forums.
Ubuntu-based distribution with an emphasis on performance and consistent design.
An official derivative of Ubuntu Linux that uses the KDE graphical environment instead of GNOME.
Designed for netbooks, mainly Asus eee, based on Ubuntu and Linux Mint, features both Unity and LXDE.
A small OS based on Ubuntu and developed and customized for dedicated uses, such as secured Internet navigation use, thin client use, network monitoring.
A distribution based on and compatible with Ubuntu, which is shipped with integrated proprietary or patented media codecs.
Proposes a desktop user interface based upon KDE and designed with beginners in mind.
A fully free operating system which has no proprietary components for home users, small enterprises and educational centers.
Official flavor of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment by default.
Official Ubuntu flavor featuring the MATE desktop by default.
A version of Ubuntu that is aimed at the GNU/Linux audio, video and graphic enthusiast as well as professional. It provides a collection of open-source, multimedia applications and a real-time kernel support.
An official version of Ubuntu Linux that uses the XFCE desktop environment. Designed for low-specification computers.
Last update:December 24, 2015 at 10:41:51 UTC