Granular is a Linux operating system that is easy to use, user-friendly, and filled with lots of fun.
The unique nature of MEPIS Linux makes it an ideal foundation for developing a custom version of Linux for large scale deployment. MEPIS is available to work with integrators and end user clients to develop privately branded and optimally tweaked Linux configurations.
OpenGEU, previously known as Geubuntu, is a complete and fully functional operative system based on the popular Linux Distribution Ubuntu. OpenGEU, a project started and designed by the Italian artist Luca D.M. (aka TheDarkMaster), is perfect for any Desktop, Laptop PC or even for a Virtual Machine. OpenGEU mixes the power and simplicity of Ubuntu and parts of the Gnome Desktop with the wonder and astonishing eye-candy of Enlightenment DR17.
LinuxMint 201303 Cinnamon 32bit Desktop Virtual Appliance
Release Notes and highlights:
-= DreamStudio 12.04 i386 Virtual Computer =-
About Dream Studio:
Dream Studio contains all the apps you need to create stunning graphics, captivating videos, inspiring music, and professional websites. Available as a free download, Dream Studio can be run directly from DVD, installed to your hard-drive, or even installed onto a USB Flash drive, for the ultimate in portability! Here is a list of just some of the included software:
Mageia 2 x86_64 Gnome Desktop VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer
05/26/2012: Distribution Release
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Distribution Release Notes:
LinuxMint 13 Mate 32Bit VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer
Another LinuxMint Virtual Appliance
Gnome/Cinnamon mixed to make the new Mate desktop.
-= 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
-= LinuxMint 201109 xfce amd64 Virtual Appliance =-
Version Release Notes:
"Available in both 32-bit and 64-bit variants as live DVDs with GNOME or Xfce; the purpose is to look identical to the main edition and to provide the same functionality while using Debian as a base; all Linux Mint 11 features; installer improvements (keyboard variants, locale, bug fixes, UUID in fstab); update packs, dedicated Update Manager and staged repositories; GTK+ 2/3 theme compatibility; updated software and packages.