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Timeline of the development gof various Linux distributions
Distribution Description
Alpine Linux A security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl and BusyBox.
Bifrost Small, for networking
Billix A live CD or live USB system administration toolkit and multi-boot distribution with the ability to install any of the included distributions.
Coyote Linux A router and firewall Linux distribution
CRUX CRUX is a lightweight, x86-64-optimized Linux distribution targeted at experienced users. The focus is "keep it simple", which is reflected in a simple tar.xz-based package system, BSD-style initscripts, and a relatively small collection of trimmed packages
DD-WRT Embedded firewall Linux distribution
Devil-Linux Router, firewall, and server Linux distribution running from CD or USB. Configuration held on USB or floppy disk.
Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre A Linux distribution written entirely from scratch[၁] and sharing some similarities with Slackware. Approved by the GNU Project as a free operating system.[၂]
DSLinux Version of Linux designed for the Nintendo DS.
ELinOS Linux distribution for embedded systems by SYSGO. ELinOS focuses on industrial application and provides real-time extensions.
Familiar Linux Linux distribution for iPAQ handhelds.
fli4l A router and firewall Linux distribution[၃]
Foresight Linux A rolling release Linux distribution built around the Conary package manager.
FREESCO A free replacement for proprietary routers supporting up to 10 network cards and up to 10 modems.
GeeXboX Live CD media center Linux distribution, mainly to play special-encoded video files (e.g.: .ogg, XVID) on home theater.
Guix System Distribution (GuixSD) Declarative Linux distribution with atomic upgrades and rollbacks built on top of the GNU Guix package manager. Supports amongst others unprivileged package management and per-user profiles.
GoboLinux An alternative Linux distribution which redefines the file system hierarchy by installing everything belonging to one application in one folder under /Programs, and using symlinks from /System and its subfolders to point to the proper files.
IPCop A router and firewall Linux distribution
INL [၄] INL (Is Not Linux) is a project to create complete and functional LFS (Linux From Scratch) operating system with reduced effort. It was developed for general and educational purpose. INL is created from Ubuntu 12.04.2, with a reduced set of automated Bash Shell Scripts written with Ncurses.
Jlime Linux distribution for the HP Jornada 6xx and 7xx and NEC MobilePro 900(c) handhelds.
Lightweight Portable Security (LPS)[၅] A distribution created by the United States Department of Defense that boots entirely in RAM
Lunar Linux A source code-based Linux distribution descended from Sorcerer.
MCC Interim Linux Possibly the first Linux distribution, created by the Manchester Computing Centre in February 1992
MkLinux A legacy Linux distribution for PowerPC systems that runs the Linux kernel as a server on top of the Mach microkernel.
Mobilinux By Montavista for smartphones
MontaVista Linux Embedded distribution by MontaVista Software
NASLite A floppy-based Linux designed to turn an old computer into a simple Network Attached Storage device.
Nitix Developed by Net Integration Technologies Inc., Nitix claims to be the first autonomic Linux kernel–based server operating system.
NixOS Declarative Linux distribution with atomic upgrades and rollbacks built on top Nix package manager
OpenTV 5 Developed by Nagra, next generation television middleware for connected media convergence platform
OpenWrt A router and firewall Linux distribution, also other embedded systems, a lot of routing options via opkg available
paldo Independently developed desktop operating system and package manager (upkg) with a rolling release format and standard Gnome environment.
PS2 Linux Sony Computer Entertainment Linux distribution released officially for the PlayStation 2 video game console.
Prevas Industrial Linux Embedded systems customizable Linux distribution by Prevas.
Puppy Linux A mini Linux distribution which runs well under low-end PCs – even under 32 MB RAM.
rPath A distribution built around the Conary package manager. Discontinued.
SliTaz With less than 40 MB a very small Live-Distribution, which uses 256 MB RAM (or with a special edition only 24 MB[၆]) for a complete GUI.
Smallfoot Developed by the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO UNIX / SCO Group), formerly Caldera International and Caldera Systems – based on Caldera OpenLinux 3.x and 4.x binaries.
SmoothWall A router and firewall Linux distribution
Softlanding Linux System One of the earliest Linux distributions, developed from 1992–1994; Slackware was originally based on it.
Solus Desktop Linux distribution using Budgie as desktop environment, eopkg for package management. The roots in package management and configuration can be seen in Clear Linux[၇]
Sorcerer A source code-based Linux distribution.
Source Mage A source code-based Linux distribution, descended from Sorcerer.
Stable Hybrid Release For smartphones, offering Enlightenment's Illume user interface. It is based on FSO.
Thinstation Thin client Linux distribution supporting all major connectivity protocols.
Tinfoil Hat Linux Bootable floppy Linux distribution focusing on extreme security
Tiny Core Linux Tiny Core Linux is a minimalist (around 10 MB) Linux system focusing on providing a base system with BusyBox, FLTK and other minimalist software.
tomsrtbt Root boot disk.
Tor-ramdisk An i686 uClibc-based micro Linux distribution (about 5 MB) that runs in system memory and whose only purpose is to host a Tor server in an environment that maximizes security and privacy.
Void Linux Void is a general purpose operating system, based on the monolithic Linux kernel. Its package system allows you to quickly install, update and remove software; software is provided in binary packages or can be built directly from sources with the help of the XBPS source packages collection.
Yggdrasil Linux/GNU/X One of the oldest Linux distributions, not updated since 1995.

ကိုးကား[ပြင်ဆင်ရန်]

  1. Bruce Byfield: Eight Completely Free Linux Distros (And One More) earthweb.com, 2011.
  2. List of Free GNU/Linux Distributions - GNU Project, Free Software Foundation, retrieved 2014-12-15 
  3. fli4l website
  4. INL (Is Not Linux): Challenges of Building a New FOSS Operating System
  5. Software Protection Initiative - Main။ Spi.dod.mil။ 2013-07-05 တွင် ပြန်စစ်ပြီး။
  6. SliTaz LiveCD Flavors။ Association SliTaz။ 24 March 2015 တွင် ပြန်စစ်ပြီး။
  7. SolusOS website