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A Slovenian Linux distribution.
Snowlinux is a Linux distribution for beginners and professionals that offers a traditional-looking desktop.
A Hungarian Linux distribution.
Sun Wah RAYS LX
Sun Wah RAYS LX is a desktop distribution developed in China.
SYS is a primary distro, in the sense that all essential packages are compiled for and by the means of SYS itself. Specifically the packages for the kernel linux-.tgz are normaly compiled/packaged within hours after the release of new kernels.
Tas OS is fork of ubuntu linux operating system customized to provide a stable GNOME environment with integrated applications.
a small Linux distribution for thin clients that has support for all major remote access protocols like ICA, RDP, XDM, telnet, ssh, and more
comes with an environment intended for Traditional and Simplified Chinese languages. It features support for a variety of hardware and peripherals, automatic device mounting, support for resizing hard disk partitions, and more
Trisquel GNU/Linux is a distribution of GNU/Linux based in Debian and sponsored by the 'Xunta of Galicia' and the University of Vigo.
Tuquito is a Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution created in Tucumán, Argentina
UBERYL is a Spanish distro based on Ubuntu.
UHU-Linux is a Hungarian distribution of Linux which aims to make ease of installation a high priority, and is tailored for Hungarian Linux users.
a Spanish distro based on SuSE 6.4 and Debian, Utoto is meant to boot and run from its own CD-ROM, thus avoiding the hassle of hard disk partitioning
VDR-Live is a multimedia distro, which is a fork from the GeeXboX project itself. Its main advantage is support of DVB-s cards through Video Disk Recorder (VDR).
Venenux is a South American desktop distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux and intended primarily for Spanish-speaking users.
a Japanese Linux distribution
VoiceOne is a Linux distribution that gives you the ability to install a PBX platform with an easy to use Web-based GUI.