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Debian is a computer operating system composed entirely of free and open source software. The primary form, Debian GNU/Linux, is a popular and influential Linux distribution. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian uses the Linux kernel (the core of an operating system), but most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux. (Source www.debian.org) . Debian is known for strict adherence to the Unix and free software philosophies as well as using open development and testing processes. Debian can be used as a desktop as well as server operating system.

Many distributions are based on Debian, including the much popular  Ubuntu, MEPIS, Dreamlinux, Damn Small Linux, Xandros, Knoppix, Linspire, sidux, Kanotix, and LinEx, among others. Debian Project is an independent decentralised organization; it is not backed by a company like other Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora, and Mandriva.
Debian is developed by over one thousand volunteers from around the world.

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We have both the stable version (Debian Etch) and the unstable/testing version (Debian Lenny) and both 32bit editions, at Zyxware. The latest stable release of Debian Operating System (Debian Etch) comes in 4 DVDs images. First DVD can be used for installation and the rest are for installing different softwares. Debian is absolutely free of cost to download and use. Click here to download Debian GNU/Linux Operating System. Downloading requires a high speed broadband connection. So if you need debian installation DVD's at your doorstep, we can provide you the service through our request CD program. Click here to order Debian using our Request CD Module to know more.



on 30th March 2007 / by webmaster
Ever since we started our pc sales and services division we have been trying to get a system with Hardware Linux Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Cherry (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:49 Is that true ? Are there many people who still use modems to dialup internet ? I was thinking of helping out with some limited internal modem support for NetBSD, but wasn’t sure what the user base is like. Anoop John (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:49 Yes I have come across quite a few customers who still use dialup as the only means of accessing net. For people who just use internet to check mail, dialup is the cheapest way to go. shankar (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:49 I have read your above article. I have the same problem. I want to use the new Bharatiya Operating System Solution (BOSS) which is linux based. My dial up modem of D-Link is not detected in linux/BOSS neither I can get a driver for linux. D-Link company have informed that they do not have any modem supporting linux. Please inform whether you can send it by post, cost and methods available for payment. regards, shankar Add new comment

on 04th April 2007 / by webmaster
Linux is the epitome of the FLOSS model. Linux Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Dewey J. Corl (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Linux is not ready for the general public! (I am a Ubuntu user). For proof, 1. try to simply print labels on a Dymo label printer. It takes a LOT of work to get to the ease of label printing already available in Windows and Mac. 2. try syncing a modern Palm based PDA. Yes, jpilot and others will sync the main data, but pictures and midi files do not get transferred without a lot of extra setup. These are examples of applications that are not ready for the general public. Since an operating system only supports applications, Linux is not ready to be a common desktop for the general public. While we are waiting for the applications to catch up, keep up the good work!! Anoop John (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Dewey Yes you may be right. But these are not applications that a common man would use. A common man would use one of these applications - Internet browser, Chat Client, Email Client, Document Writer, Presentation Creator, Spreadsheet Editor, Movie Viewer, Music Player, CD/DVD Writer. Both examples you cited are more specific applications that only a small percentage of the whole population uses. It will take time before those hardware vendors identify the need from their perspective to address the Linux community. Krishnadas (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Dear Mr Anoop, Thank you very much for the free installation of LINUX done in my PC. I am getting immersed in the LINUX and seeing the versatility. To my surprise, I am able to read one of my old backup CD(wherein lot of my valuable file exist) done in DIRECT CD wizard (a custom cd writing software of Easy Cd creator in WIN98) which could not be read in XP. Installation of old version of easycd creator/direct cd program was not possible in XP. I thought that possible i lost all data. Very pleasant start! Srikanth N. S. (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Hi Anoop, My friend is thrilled with Ubuntu. One of his grouses with windows was that after OS installation, everything else is to be installed separately which is a real headache. WHereas if u install Linux, everything is installed as a package and he is thrilled to bits! Let linux installation spread in Trivandrum and your service in this direction is highly appreciated. Kepp up the good work Regards. PDA Freak (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Is it possible to install linux on a packardbell notebook ? Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Next page Next › Last page Last » Add new comment

on 20th April 2007 / by webmaster
Linux has been growing in leaps and bounds in terms of internationalization. Linux Malayalam Open Source Ubuntu Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Ranjith Antony (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Everything is fine an dandy. However, to read those websites which doesn't support unicode fonts you have to install padma firefox extension . Those websites include all malayalam newspaper websites including, deepika, manorama, keralakaumudi etc. These websites only support truetype fonts. TrueTypes are glyphs matching a malayalam character but doesn't have a hex code assigned to it. They use ASCII character set but with a different glyph. Just to read malayalam, you only need to perform the first 3 steps in Peringodan's blog, in addition to the hacks thats been explained in this blog post. PS: Its so funny; a tutorial to explain how to install malayalam read and write support is written in malayalam. Thats what called a chicken and egg problem. Cherry (not verified) access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 I’d like to point out a couple of things: a) Malayalam support is not an Ubuntu thing or a Linux thing… I am running NetBSD -current on my laptop with x.org and I can type malayalam. Learning the key combinations is very easy and intuitive… it just requires attention and commitment. I learnt it in about a week and something. b) Mangleesh support for TeX has been around for a while. The TuX group in Trivandrum and specifically A.J.Alex have worked on very good quality latex support for malayalam. See: sarovar.org Just to set the record. Cheers, Cherry. vimal access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 20:58 Ready to use packages to support malayalam in Ubuntu 7.10 and Debian GNU/Linux Etch is available at http://malaylam.web4all.in . Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Next page Next › Last page Last » Add new comment
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aneesh (not verified)
access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 22:44

send me the dream linux 3.0 or greater installation dvd
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Sumit (not verified)
access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 22:44

Please mail me as soon as you have the availability of Debian Lenny.



Place your order through our RequestCD service. You could also check the availability of any GNU/Linux distribution from there. Any queries, please ask.
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sunil (not verified)
access_time 20 Aug 2019 - 22:44

I m an engg. student studying in Kalyani Govt. Engg. College
I along with 8-10 students have formed a LINUX users group in our college.
We have organised an INSTALLFEST on FEDORA 10.0
We are trying to create a LINUX environmnment in our college. We want to provide different distributions of Linux.
So, i request u to please arrange for the live cd of Puppy Linux.
I'll be highly obliged if u do the the needful and please arrange for whatever distributions u can provide me free of cost.