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Minisys Linux Review

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There is a mini version, a server version, and two other versions as well...
Unlike Puppy Linux, which is available in a single 96MB edition, Minisys Linux comes in four versions: Live, Mini, Server, and Embryo. The Live version uses 690MB and is stocked to the gills with applications for every task imaginable. The Seamonkey browser suite, Sylpheed email client, and Pidgin IM applications cover Internet needs, while OpenOffice.org, AbiWord, Gnumeric, and Adobe Acrobat Reader cater for office use. The multimedia section includes the MPlayer media player, XMMS audio player, and Goggles DVD player. The GIMP, MtPaint, and Gqview come in handy when you need to view or edit graphics, Wine helps you run Windows-based applications, and Minisys Linux also comes with a few games.
 read more | mail this link | score:7754 | -Ray, October 23, 2008
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