Re: Brazilian distro
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On 11/17/2005 10:51 AM, Marcio Hamilton wrote:
> It has an excellent Brazilian distribution based on Debian (testing) and
> Knoppix and not listed at children-distros. It is aimed to desktop
> machines, strongly localized in Brazilian portuguese and has excellent
> support to the hardware most widely sold in Brazil, "wintrashes"
> included. It's called "Kurumin Linux" and a live CD can be found in
> http://www.guiadohardware.net/kurumin/index.php#download (scroll down
> the page a little to see the mirrors). The project's main page is
> http://www.guiadohardware.net/kurumin/. Unfortunately this site is in
> portuguese only but, in the cdrom's root directory, it has instructions
> to localize the distro for english language.
> In time: the name "Kurumin" comes from the word "kuru'mi", what means
> "boy" in Tupy (one of the South America's natives languages).
> I hope to have been useful.
Usually, children distros are added by request. :) Take a look
at this link about some nice information that you should sent so we
can add Kurumin to the list. Thanks in advance.
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
"Debian. Freedom to code. Code to freedom!"
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