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Demolinux.org: New Portugese Section Opens

Dec 03, 1999, 16:06 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stefane Fermigier)

[ Linux Today reader Stefane Fermigier writes: ]

"The Demolinux Website, home of the DemoLinux demonstration distribution, just opened a portugese section, thanks to the translation efforts of Alfredo Palace Carvalho (ajpc at poli.org). This furthers the internationalization effort of the site, which is already fully available in french, english and german, and partially available in italian and spanish.

Demolinux, currently at version 1.0, is a Linux distribution on a CD-ROM that allows to run Linux without installation, disk partitioning and other hassles. Based on technologies developped by Red Hat, Mandrake and SuSE, its core is a Mandrake 5.3, although the kernel, X server and a wealth of other components are much more recent.

The DemoLinux distribution is available for FTP download (600 Mb ISO image or 200 Mb compressed ISO image) from www.demolinux.org and numerous mirrors. It has also been distributed with the french magazine ``PC MAX'', and interested publications are welcome to contact info@demolinux.org.

New versions of DemoLinux will appear during December. We'll keep you informed."