Linux Distributions

Diamond Linux-TT – desktop Linux distribution based on Debian

Diamond Linux-TT is a free operating system based on Debian and uses the KDE Plasma desktop environment with the goal of offering a style familiar to Windows users.

It’s billed as a “Linux without special knowledge or skills”.

Diamond Linux-TT desktop

Working state:Active
Desktop:KDE Plasma
Init Software:systemd
Package Management:APT
Release Model:Fixed
Platforms:x86_64
Home Page:www.linux-tt.com
Developer:AeGiS Development
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RetiredIT
RetiredIT
26 days ago

Just what we need: Another Debian spin. Ho-Hum…

Darokic
Darokic
26 days ago
Reply to  RetiredIT

You are really just describing what you need. You don’t speak for others.

Alex
Alex
26 days ago
Reply to  Darokic

You’re spot on Darokic. I’ve used Diamond Linux-TT quite a bit, it’s a good distro.

Why people have to moan about a Debian-based distro staggers me. They are just scumbags.