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Leeenux Linux
Leeenux logo
Leeenux Linux v6 Unity edition screenshot
Leeenux Linux v6
Company / developer Aleksandar Ciric
OS family Unix-like
Working state Current
Source model open source
Initial release (2009-10-17) October 17, 2009 (age 4)
Available language(s) English
Update method APT (front-ends available)
Package manager dpkg
Kernel type Monolithic Linux kernel
Default user interface GNOME + Unity_(user_interface) or LXDE
License GNU GPL and other free software licenses
Official website

http://www.leeenux-linux.com

Leeenux Linux is an operating system for netbooks. It is based on Ubuntu.

FeaturesEdit

Features of v6 that differ from previous versions

  • Two main editions with LXDE and Unity2D environments.
  • New applications "Leeenux Installer", "SSD Optimizer" and redesigned "Leeenux Cleaner"
  • LXDE Edition uses lxlauncher by default and is based on Linux Mint. Unity edition is based on Ubuntu.
  • LXDE Edition uses MintInstall as a package manager, 2G edition Synaptic, Unity edition Ubuntu Software Center

Features of v5 that differ from previous versions

  • Uses Unity2D

Features of v1, v2, v3 and v4

Recommended System Requirements for v6Edit

  • Unity editions: 8GB HDD space, 1GB RAM, 1GHz CPU
  • LXDE editions: 4GB HDD space, 512MB RAM, 900MHz CPU
  • 2G edition: 2GB HDD space, 512MB RAM, 900MHz CPU

HistoryEdit

Leeenux started as a personal modification of easypeasy. The goal was to free up space on the 4GB SSD that comes with the Asus Eee 4G Surf, also known as the 701G. A saving of 2GB was achieved by replacing applications that used multiple GUI libraries (e.g., QT, KDE, Mono and Java) with GNOME native applications and removing non-free proprietary software. Later versions further in the 1.X series would further reduce the footprint and increase performance.

The next major Leeenux release (v2.0) would focus on improving appearance with custom icon and artwork, and increasing functionality while reducing memory usage.

For v3, the distribution was split into 4 variants with different sets of default applications. "Standard" edition followed the model of previous versions, "Extended" edition came with preinstalled proprietary software Skype, Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash and some additional free software (required 1.7GB of HDD space), "Lite" was with most of the apps removed from the "Standard" edition (required 1.1GB of HDD space), "Gamer" edition that was build upon a "Lite" edition by installing most popular games for Linux that were tested to work on Asus EEE PC 4G (required 1.7GB of HDD space). In v3 were introduced Leeenux Java Script games, games that were played inside Firefox web browser.

The v4 was built from Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04. It featured 5 editions: "Standard", "Extended", "Gamer", "Lite" and "Scientific". "Scientific" came with preinstalled applications some of whom were gfortran, gnuplot, grade, ipython, etc. New application "Leeenux Cleaner" was introduced in this version, written in python.

The V5 was a version that did not work on the old Eeepc 701 2/4G. It was built from Ubuntu 11.10 and came with Unity 2D. It came in 2 variants, "Standard" and "Extended"

Leeenux Linux v6Edit

The V6 comes in two main versions, with LXDE and a Unity version. Each edition branches into "Deluxe" edition that comes with customer support, and "Standard" edition. Editions:

  1. 2G edition: LXDE environment, less than 2GB when installed
  2. LXDE edition optimized for devices with SSD
  3. LXDE edition optimized for devices with mechanical Hard Drive
  4. Unity edition with Unity 2D environment

Editions with LXDE work on Asus EEE 700 series while Unity edition requires more powerful Netbook. LXDE editions are built from Linux Mint 12, and Unity edition was built from Ubuntu 12.04. New Leeenux applications that came with this version are: "SSD optimizer" (optimizes system for SSD), redesigned "Leeenux Cleaner" and "Leeenux Installer" (step-by-step tool for installing applications). Leeenux Linux v6 was released on July the 3rd, 2012.

ApplicationsEdit

LXDE editions Default Apps:

Accessories: Catfish, CPU Frequency, Disk Usage Analyzer, Disk Utility, PCManFM File Manager, Galculator, Gnome Commander, Image Viewer, Leafpad, LXTerminal, Screenshot, Xarchiver

Games: Get Dos Games, Get Mame Games, Get Nintendo Games, Get Sega Games, Leeenux Simple Games

Deluxe: Solitaire, Chess, Dosbox Emulator, Five or More, Four in a Row, FreeCell, Gens, Lagno, Klotski, Mahjongg, Mines, Nibbles, Quadrapassel, Robots, Sudoku, Tali, Tetravex, ZSNES Emulator

Internet: Firefox, Pidgin, Transmission

Deluxe: Dropbox, Gwibber, Skype, Thunderbird

Office: Abiword, PDF Viewer

Deluxe: E-Book reader (FBReader), Gnumeric

Sound & Video: Exaile, Gnome MPlayer

Deluxe: Cheese, VLC media player

Preferences: Leeenux Cleaner, Leeenux Installer, Leeenux SSD Optimizer, and many more.

Unity editions: Same as LXDE editions, with Adobe Reader in "Deluxe" edition.

2G editions: Few apps less than LXDE Standard editions.

Screenshots of v6Edit

LXDE Edition:

Leeenux Linux v6 LXDE edition screenshot

Video tour of LXDE edition

Unity Edition:

Leeenux Linux v6 Unity edition screenshot

Video tour of Unity edition

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit


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