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Hi all I'm working on my own distro called VintageOS. The Notepad of Linux . Feel free to visit my Demo on Youtube : youtu.be/Hej8jcvDxTQ ....
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    Hello World! VintageOS here.


    Hi all

    I'm working on my own distro called VintageOS. The Notepad of Linux .


    Feel free to visit my Demo on Youtube :
    youtu.be/Hej8jcvDxTQ .

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    Thank you

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    Thank you.

    I'm building my own OS fork based on just xTerm as UI. But since I use runlevel 5/ X and not runlevel3 there are of cause possible to run all the apps you may need. They are all available from opensuse repo.
    My intentions was to have JeOS to run my perl,CGI / Apache projects. I have thrown in MariaDB in the distro in case I need it.

    I'm probably not mainstream when it comes to WEB Framework, but I am a bit nostalgic and there is alot you can do with Perl

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