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Parsix Linux--The "Prince of Persia"

Mar 18, 2008, 01:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Lawson)

"PARSIX 1.0 is a Persian Linux distribution, created by a team in Iran and built on a Debian base. It comes as a live CD in which the default languages--ironically, I have to say, given the prickly relationship between the leaders of Iran and America--are Persian and American English. I always have some initial concerns about using Linux distributions whose first language is not my own, simply because of my own linguistic limitations. However, I had read good things about Parsix so I cast aside my doubts and dived in.

"I first tried Parsix 1.0 as a live CD on my 3.4GHz, Pentium 4 desktop PC with 1GB of RAM. Some of Parsix's basic system specifications include the 2.6.23 kernel, Xorg 7.2 and GCC 4.23..."

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