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Old November 2nd, 2006 #1
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Default Aryan Linux 0.1

The iso for Aryan Linux 0.1 (Intel and AMD platforms only) be in it's final testing phase. Is a mere 208M distro on CD - boot from you cdrom (or usb stick) and you be browsin', skypin', movie watchin', Goyfire lisnin', 'n shit.

It has a fully operational KDE interface with a nice VNNF look. It is fully firewalled, thus secure. It has a nice wizard on startup, so your internet connection, firewall, localization settings and graphical interface be set with ease and fast.

It be linux - no virii, trojans and spyware.

Has the option to be installed on your hard drive, in case you find it useful. For version 0.2 there will be fully customized VNN icons/themes/screensavers.

The iso will be uploaded sometime Saturday/Sunday (04/05.11.2006), after final bug-testing. Screenshots will be uploaded sometime tomorrow (Friday) . Try it out and let me know what.

Top this, ubuntu niggers.
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Old November 5th, 2006 #2
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Screenshots:

http://www.box.net/public/57hpk53fcn#main
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Old November 5th, 2006 #3
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Wowee we wah. Good job. Does it work only on PC?
 
Old November 5th, 2006 #4
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Wowee we wah. Good job. Does it work only on PC?
Unfortunately, yes. I have no access to other architectures...
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Old November 5th, 2006 #5
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Could you please explain this for us computer dummies. What exactly is this and how does it make your computer better.

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Old November 5th, 2006 #6
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Could you please explain this for us computer dummies. What exactly is this and how does it make your computer better.

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It is a free operation system, just like Windows (but better, faster and much more stable).

This particular linux distribution (Aryan linux) is CD based. This means you don't need a hard disk on your computer - just a CD-rom. And you can carry the CD with you. Find a computer, boot from the CD et voila. No viruses, no windowses, no restarts.
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Old November 5th, 2006 #7
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Since I think the percentage ot windows users is bigger, I've made the desktop look as much like windows as possible. It should be easy and intuitive to use.

I'll be uploading the iso file later today.

Here is a nice splash screen with a VNNF theme, for those already using KDE desktops:

VNNF.tar.gz
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Old November 5th, 2006 #8
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Default I am a Debian man myself, . . .

but I will happily boot this off CD and look at it.


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Old November 6th, 2006 #9
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Still looking for a free online storage place to upload the iso to... Turns out http://box.net have upload policy of 10MB max per file. So I'll have to break it up to chunks of 10MB or, find another place to store it for download.

If anyone knows a free storage place that can be used for hosting Aryan linux, please let me know. I regret the delay.
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Old November 19th, 2006 #10
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Too cool, I'm burning now. I'll give it a run on one of my machines and post the results. This is what we need, jew-free operating systems. Good work!
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Old November 20th, 2006 #11
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This is what we need, jew-free operating systems.
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You what?

As a user of Unix since the days when 4MB of RAM was top-level and we managed with emacs in console to do most of the work, and as a user of Linux since almost "year dot" when it was great fun spending hours configuring X - I have to ask, what exactly is the problem here with GNU/Linux and what makes this distro "Aryan"?

So where do the packages in this "Aryan" Linux come from? Who wrote the gcc that you must use to compile stuff in the first place?

Isn't the truth that this "Aryan" Linux has taken the work of people like GNU and Linus (the all-important kernel!) plus the KDE dev team (give me FVWM anyday folks!) as the base?

How much unique coding is their in this distro? Or is it just Ubuntu (give me pure Debian anyday!) without the name and logos?
 
Old November 20th, 2006 #12
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To answer the kind query, let me cite:

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Aryan Linux is a LiveCD, and not a *real* distro, but rather a poor Mandriva 2005 rip-off. It is dirty and it is marked by a distinct dilletant approach, but it works. Plus, Teh GPL!~ makes it kosher! After all, niggers did butcher Debian and called it *ubuntu*, right?
So, it might've been called "Yehudi Linux", which I am sure would've pleased you plenty, but it isn't.

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"...taken the work of people like GNU and Linus..."
I don't know what to respond to that, so I won't.

Hail Hitler.
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, it might've been called "Yehudi Linux", which I am sure would've pleased you plenty, but it isn't.

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No, that name would not have pleased me

While I appreciate all your hard work and the fact that it's a live CD, the two main problems are first, and like I said earlier, why the name? There has to be something special, for us, to encourage our folks to use it - just calling it "Aryan" without any unique software or anything special is not IMO enough. Feel free to differ!

Second problem relates to trust - we know the main developers of GNU/Linux stuff (well if you hang out at the right places!) and so trust them, and know that their gnupg sig's have some meaning and that their stuff is done with the best possible intentions. At the moment, you're just a nym, here. Call me paranoid, but some trust needs to be built, surely?
 
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No, that name would not have pleased me

While I appreciate all your hard work and the fact that it's a live CD, the two main problems are first, and like I said earlier, why the name? There has to be something special, for us, to encourage our folks to use it - just calling it "Aryan" without any unique software or anything special is not IMO enough. Feel free to differ!
What I do *is* enough by me. Time permitting, I'll *give* more. Giving my comrades a way to securely interact online is my goal, not the approval of hard to please geeks.

Here is an idea: write something unique. A *unique* kernel, perhaps? We'll call it the "Just-Talking-To-Pass-The-Time-Kernel".

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Second problem relates to trust - we know the main developers of GNU/Linux stuff (well if you hang out at the right places!) and so trust them, and know that their gnupg sig's have some meaning and that their stuff is done with the best possible intentions. At the moment, you're just a nym, here. Call me paranoid, but some trust needs to be built, surely?
You, of course, are aware that I do not give a fuck whether you trust me.
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Too cool, I'm burning now. I'll give it a run on one of my machines and post the results. This is what we need, jew-free operating systems. Good work!
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Thanks, Stan. I'd be glad to receive feedback, especially about problems/bugs, so I could fix them for the next release.
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Old February 23rd, 2007 #16
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I found this thread purely by accident. They've stuck it hidden somewhere one wouldn't expect to find it.
If you wish to proliferate your operating system, why not thread it under "support"
I'm currently using parts of "Obuntu" for word processing and graphics. Mozilla has come into conflict with my previous firewall. So, I'm stuck using Explorer, for the time being.
Since "Aryan" Linux operates without any need of a firewall, it only makes sense to get everyone here to use it
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Debian includes tools to create customized installable versions of Debian. The whole point of that is to allow the end users to do with it as they please as long as they abide by what ever licenses it was released under.

There some very dirty low life pieces of shit who will mask all traces of original source tree for a project and then release it. They will do this even they didn't contribute anything to the project.

The difference between that and what Bolg is doing is very different. Bolg modified a distro and is now sharing it with us.

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This is the Aryan Linux page. Aryan Linux is a LiveCD, and not a *real* distro, but rather a poor Mandriva 2005 rip-off.
The issue is kind of irrelevant in any case. All Linux distributions are all the same to some extent. What differs between them is usually package management and software configuration interfaces. SuSE has its own tools as does RedHat.


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Good reply Bolg. Sometimes my eyes just glaze over posts like a drunk Librarian.
 
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Here is a graphic for a military theme.
 
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This is what I got, a couple of months ago, as my Windows partition crashed:
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/WINN/System 32/c_1252.nls
It happened while I had a Vlaams Belang site open and this site too.
The Linux partition still works, though
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can somebody explain to me: is Aryan linux replacment for Internet Expolrer/Firefox or it is replacment for Windows XP/vista?
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