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[https://kororaproject.org/ Homepage]
 
[https://kororaproject.org/ Homepage]
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== Kwheezy ==
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From the project site: Not so much a distribution based on Debian, but rather "a well configured Debian KDE installer". It is designed to give you more out-of-the-box. To be easier for Linux or Debian newcomers.
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[http://www.kwheezy.com/en/ Homepage]
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== Porteus ==
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Designed to run from a USB flash drive, Porteus is small and fast. Porteus is a community project based on Slackware.
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[http://www.porteus.org/ Homepage]
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== SuperX ==
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An Indian project, SuperX is based on Ubuntu. From the project site: SuperX uses a tweaked version of KDE and is aimed towards beginners, casual users and business looking for a well supported user-friendly Linux OS.
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[http://superxos.com/index.html Homepage]
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== Bridge Linux ==
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Based on Arch Linux. The installation and setup procedure is not as simple for new users as most live systems.
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[http://millertechnologies.net/bridge.html Homepage]
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Sebuah Live CD memungkinkan Anda untuk menguji kandar (drive) yang biasanya merupakan versi stabil terkini dari KDE SC tanpa perlu menginstal Linux atau mengubah instalasi Linux yang sudah ada. Distro Live CD melakukan booting dan menjalankan sepenuhnya dari CD dengan tidak melakukan modifikasi (perubahan) apa pun pada cakram keras (hard disk) Anda. Oleh karena itu, distro Live CD ini dapat dicoba di atas sistem operasi Windows tanpa risiko. Seluruh CD yang dicantumkan di bawah ini bebas untuk diunduh.



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