Note OS 1
|Company / developer||Andrew Greimann|
|Source model||Open source|
|Latest stable release||v 1.0 / May 25, 2012|
Note OS is a Linux-based operating system (or distribution) forked from Slax, which itself is based on Slackware. The latest version of Note OS is 1.0 "May", released 24 May 2012, currently developed by Andrew Greimann.
Note OS is "a lightweight system" based on, and therefore shares the same features that can be found within Slax. Such features include KDE 3 and a quick boot time. It fully supports Slax modules and the ability to save 'changes' to writable media. However, Note OS also features an idea dubbed the home spot--a page that opens when a browser is opened that lets users "go to the most common links" in "one location" and panels with hide buttons on by default, called "sliding glass shelves" on the features page.
- Lightweight Linux distribution
- List of Linux distributions that run from RAM
- Porteus -- another project forked from Slax
- Slax -- The distribution Note OS is based on.
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