Linux op­er­at­ing sys­tems for desk­tops and servers.

OpenSource For You - - Osfy Dvd -

SparkyLinux 4.7 LXDE (64-bit live)

This is a De­bian-based Linux dis­tri­bu­tion that pro­vides an out-of-the-box op­er­at­ing sys­tem with a set of slightly cus­tomised light­weight desk­tops. Sparky is tar­geted at com­puter users who want to re­place their ex­ist­ing, pro­pri­etary OS with one that’s open source. It comes in two vari­ants—the Ba­sic Edi­tion and the Home Edi­tion. The bun­dled DVD car­ries the Home Edi­tion, which has all the tools, codecs, plug­ins and driv­ers pre­in­stalled.

CoreOS (1632.3.0)

This is a light­weight Linux op­er­at­ing sys­tem de­signed for clus­tered de­ploy­ments pro­vid­ing au­to­ma­tion, se­cu­rity and scal­a­bil­ity for your most crit­i­cal ap­pli­ca­tions. CoreOS Con­tainer Linux is a lead­ing con­tainer op­er­at­ing sys­tem, de­signed to be man­aged and run at a mas­sive scale, with min­i­mal op­er­a­tional over­heads. Ap­pli­ca­tions with Con­tainer Linux run in con­tain­ers, pro­vid­ing de­vel­oper-friendly tools for de­ploy­ing soft­ware. It runs on nearly any plat­form whether phys­i­cal, vir­tual, or the pri­vate/pub­lic cloud. CoreOS pow­ers the world’s con­tainer in­fra­struc­ture. You can find the ISO im­age in the oth­er_isos folder on the root of the DVD. The com­plete guide on how to use and in­stall it can be found at https://coreos.com.

Games for MS Win­dows

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so we thought of bundling a few of the most pop­u­lar open source games along with this month’s OSFY DVD. The DVD con­tains ex­e­cutable files of games like 0 A.D., The Bat­tle for Wes­noth, Me­gaGlest, etc, that you can en­joy on MS Win­dows.

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