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It may or may not be called a "distribution" - the manager says:  
 
It may or may not be called a "distribution" - the manager says:  
<blockquote>I am distributing Linux and GNU tools inside of an .ISO file. Some would thus consider this to be a GNU/Linux Distribution, while others would get upset at that claim for a variety of reasons relating to repositories, source code, etc. I am not interested in debating the matter -- call it what you wish. I think of it as a "Project". </blockquote>
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<blockquote>I am distributing Linux and GNU tools inside of an .ISO file. Some would thus consider this to be a GNU/Linux Distribution, while others would get upset at that claim for a variety of reasons relating to repositories, source code, etc. I am not interested in debating the matter -- call it what you wish. I think of it as a "Project".[http://sites.google.com/site/masonux/home] </blockquote>
  
  

Revision as of 08:37, 12 November 2009

Masonux is derivative of Ubuntu Linux using the LXDE desktop environment created using remastersys. Masonux contains:

  • Ubuntu base/command-line install,
  • LXDE,
  • Firefox,
  • Pidgin,
  • Synaptic Package Manager,
  • ubiquity graphical installer,
  • remastersys.

It may or may not be called a "distribution" - the manager says:

I am distributing Linux and GNU tools inside of an .ISO file. Some would thus consider this to be a GNU/Linux Distribution, while others would get upset at that claim for a variety of reasons relating to repositories, source code, etc. I am not interested in debating the matter -- call it what you wish. I think of it as a "Project".[1]


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