Granular is a Linux operating system that is easy to use, user-friendly, and filled with lots of fun.
Frugalware is a general purpose linux distribution, designed for intermediate users (who are not afraid of text mode).
gOS is a new, friendly OS designed to just work out of the box with Google applications online. Also inside, all you need to browse the web, e-mail, chat, play music and movies, create and edit documents using Google and other free software. In addition, gOS performs well on almost any computer, costs nothing for users, and has a beautiful user interface.
-= Kubuntu 12.10 i386 VirtualBox Virtual Appliance =-
09/13/2012 Beta 1 Released
This is the first beta. There are still issues, VBoxGuestAdditions are installed. Auto Screen Resize has issues.
-= Mageia 2 x86_64 KDE Desktop VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer =-
04/21/2012 Beta 3
-= Xubuntu 12.04 i386 VirtualBox Virtual Appliance =-
04/14/2012 VMWare Compatible OVF-VMDK Version released and available for download.
04/08/2012 Beta 2 Release
Updates for this release include
-= Kubuntu 12.04 amd64 Desktop VirtualBox Virtual Computer =-
03/03/2012 Beta 1 Release
This release introduces a new set of images for the ARMv7 'hard float' ABI, denoted as armhf. There are still some armel images around, as we finish the migration, but 12.04 for ARM will be based on armhf. The technology that allows GPUs to go into a very low power consumption state when the GPU is idle (RC6) is now enabled by default for Sandy Bridge systems, which should result in considerable power savings when this stage is activated
-= Mageia 2 i586 KDE Desktop VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer =-
Mageia is a fork of Mandriva Linux, supported by a not-for-profit organisation of recognized and elected contributors.
Further than just delivering a free, secure, stable and sustainable operating system, the goal is to set up a stable and trustable governance to direct collaborative projects
02/25/2012 : Beta 1 Release
12/31/2011: Alpha 2 Release
-= Commodore OS Vision VirtualBox Virtual Appliance =-
About Commodore OS:
Commodore was Apple's greatest rival and had as loyal a user base. Perhaps more so. If not for financial mismanagement Commodore might have continued to compete with Apple until this day. Almost twenty years later there continues to be a huge cult following for the various generations of Commodore computers produced, with countless websites devoted to them, and thousands of enthusiasts who regularly meet at annual events all around the world.