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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 [1]link about some nice information that you should sent so we
can add Kurumin to the list. Thanks in advance.


	Kind regards,

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