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SphinUX KleOS KDE distribution v0.1

Latest Release: Apr 3 2014

Size: 1.5GB

Download: KleOS [ Uncompressed | README | All versions ]

7Z MD5 Hashsum: 927013db004679d3b11cacf9fb38b76b

ISO MD5 Hashsum: 68a44125ad7e1a572793d8a3654a6b56

Latest [Automatic updated]: [ 7z Archive | ISO File ]

Installed Packages: Full list

Screenshots:

KleOS

KleOSKleOSKleOS's default desktop. KleOSKleOSKleOS's Network management. KleOSKleOSRedistWizard (GUI tool to create new distributions).

KleOSKleOSDolphin (KDE's default file manager). KleOSKleOSFree Software market (+70000 Free OpenSource applications). KleOSKleOSConfigure your settings easily.

System Requirements:

Minimum:

  1. CPU: 800MHz PAE enabled processor.
  2. Memory: 256MB RAM.
  3. Disk: 5GB Disk space for ROOT partition + 256MB for SWAP partition.
  4. GPU: Any (VGA Compatible).

Recommended:

  1. CPU: 1.6GHz PAE enabled processor.
  2. Memory: 512MB RAM.
  3. Disk: 8GB Disk space for ROOT partition + 1GB for SWAP partition.
  4. GPU: Intel GMA 900 or higher.


Installation:

  1. Extract the 7Z Archive using 7-Zip.
  2. Burn the ISO file inside the exracted directory using one of the following methods:
     a. DVD - Requires a Blank DVD and a DVD Burner, using InfraRecorder [Windows] or K3B/xfburn/Brasero [GNU/Linux]
     b. USB Stick [Windows/Linux/OSX] - Requires a FAT32 4GB Flash disk, download and use UNetbootin for your OS.
     c. USB Stick [*nix only] - ALL DATA ON STICK WILL BE FORMATTED, USE THIS METHOD WITH EXTREME CAUTION ...
         You'll need a 4GB USB Stick and a unix like OS with the command [dd], insert the USB stick into your machine,      and type the following command CAREFULLY:
    sudo dd if=kleos_0.1s0XX.iso of=/dev/hdX bs=8M
         (Replace X and XX with proper values)
  3. Free at least 5GB of disk space, leave them unpartitioned, use your favourite disk management software.
    [or use the integrated disk management utility from the live system after step #5]
  4. Insert your bootable media into your machine, reboot when you are ready.
  5. After the reboot, drop into your boot selection menu and select the bootable media you inserted.
  6. Use the Easy Installation option if you are a new user, for an expert user feel free to use the Advanced installation.


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Based on StdBaseFS 1.1 (Standard Base File System).
Copyright, 2014 SphinUX Community. Alexandria, Egypt.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3+