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Cinux

Cinux is a Linux distribution that can be used as an educational platform for university students. Other than an educational platform, Cinux can be used as a platform to develop applications for Linux. Cinux includes tools useful for developing programming languages (with flex and bison) and kernels (with all the ordinary tools: gcc, nasm, yasm, make, etc.). Cinux is also able to replace the LFS live CD in order to build a Linux From Scratch distribution. Cinux also includes GNOME and dpkg, allowing it to be used as a desktop system.

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Cinux bootup 24 Sep 2011 14:03

Cinux will be used to host systems made exclusively for imprisoned people.

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24 Sep 2011 14:02 conmarap

Cinux now boots directly to Gnome.

30 Aug 2011 21:40 conmarap

Cinux will be used to host systems made exclusively for imprisoned people.

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