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Re: Requesting advice regarding creating a custom Debian distribution

On Mon, Aug 20, 2007 at 05:11:06PM -0400, icelinux@icelinux.net wrote:
>  I came up with nothing on Google for stem linux., and DeliLinux  
> looks to be turkish so I don't know if we would even be to  
> communicate. I should try talking with them, their desktop looks  
> pretty nice. I have already done a bit of research on what  
> applications similar distributions are using, tested some other  
> applications, created a preliminary package list and currently have  
> the prototype running beautifully on my old 500Mhz AMD. I am not  
> trying to target the 486 crowd, I am aiming for PII & PIII.
I found it! here is the introductory paragraph from the website:
Stem Desktop – A light weight desktop for low end hardware

Stem Desktop is a desktop concept for old hardware (166Mhz/64M). The
core element is Debian stable base install where suitable programs are
retrieved from Debian package repositories. The end result is
minimalistic and streamlined, fast, easily manageable low memory desktop
with all the usual graphical utilities for Internet access, office and
mail. The finished system is secure (firewall) and easily kept up to
date with standard Debian packaging system utilities. After install, the
system can be upgraded from Debian stable to any Debian maintenance
release (testing, unstable etc.) 


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