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This looks a little different - http://www.symphonyos.com/ Symphony is a distribution of GNU/Linux based on Debian and KNOPPIX GNU/LINUX operating systems. Symphony will do things a bit differently than other ...
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    Symphony - a new distro


    This looks a little different -
    http://www.symphonyos.com/
    Symphony is a distribution of GNU/Linux based on Debian and KNOPPIX GNU/LINUX operating systems. Symphony will do things a bit differently than other Linux operating systems; making it easier to use and more intuitive than most existing distributions. Because Symphony is designed for the home or small business desktop user, Symphony can standardize the core installation. By doing this, Symphony, and third party developers can provide binary packages of applications which include any libraries not included in the base install.

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    This sounds like it could be a really cool distro. I will have to give it a try when it comes out in beta. I like the idea of Orchestra. Pretty cool to have apps created with html and perl act as local gui apps.

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    It looks very interesting. Kind of reminds me of computers you sometimes see in sci-fi flicks.
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