Linux distribution based on Ubuntu, provides, among other things, a plug-in for Adobe Flash and allows playing MP3s and DVDs, available in various versions with and without multimedia codecs; a Debian-based version is also available.
ZevenOS distribution based on Debian 7.0, primarily designed as a Live System for USB drives; includes a new kernel with enhanced hardware support, and comes with KDE Plasma Desktop and multimedia programs. Fast and secure download from The H
Unix-based operating system for various platforms under the BSD licence. Offers integration with the virtualisation program Xen 3, bluetooth support, the UDF file system, WPA encryption for WLANs, support for the power management function of current Intel and AMD processors as well as iSCSI protocol implementation.
UNIX derivative based on FreeBSD. Offers (among other features) crypto support for encrypting Hammer and UFS file systems. Available for 32- and 64-bit systems as an ISO image, USB image or a USB image with a Graphical User Interface. Further information is available from The H.
Free Unix derivative for all standard computer architectures. Supports the binary emulation of many SVR4 (Solaris), FreeBSD, Linux, BSD/OS, SunOS and HP-UX system programs. Provides multi-processor support for Octane workstations and supports SGI’s Origin, Onyx and Tezro systems.
Another variant of the Linux distribution Ubuntu, which has XFCE instead of GNOME as a desktop interface and is therefore specifically designed for older computers. Long Term Support (LTS) version 12:04 is still available. Fast and secure download from The H
Debian-based Linux distribution that only contains free software. Suitable for Linux beginners. Version 12.04 LTS (with long-term support) is also available to download. For further information on the latest version 12.10, see The H. Fast and secure download from The H
An operating system written in Assembler, with multi-threading and a supported screen resolution of up to 1280x1024 pixels. Features include FTP, email, HTTP and chess clients, as well as programs for playing DVDs and MP3s. Licensed under the GNU General Public Licence and small enough to fit onto a floppy.
Small Live Linux distribution based on Slackware for use in a desktop environment. Includes numerous preinstalled applications and useful recovery tools. Distributed as an ISO image as well as a TAR archive.
Linux distribution that includes numerous open source applications and newly created YaST modules (Partitioner, Printer and Security). Can be installed in an IPv6 environment (and others) and can also configure an IPv6 web server. Live CDs with Gnome or KDE Desktop can also be downloaded. Special variant for use in doctors’ practices and clinics available.
Linux distribution for corporate operations. Uses a KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) hypervisor virtualisation technique so need processors that support virtualisation. Also supports Kernel Samepage Merging (KSM) which shares identical memory pages among different processes.