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    Shell-Linux (Micro Core Fork)(Released)


    Hello, I have a new Linux Distro that is Based off of Micro Core Linux. It has a complete Package Manager and has a new updated website. Contributors Needed
    Website: shellinux.us.to
    IRC Channel: #shellinux @ freenode
    Forum: shellinux.us.to/forum/
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    Kewl! I'll load it in a virtual machine and check it out. Feedback will be forthcoming. How do you think it should work (hardware-wise) with laptops, expecially considering WiFi/Bluetooth and other such cruft?
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Cool, It only supports ethernet, so virtual boxes are great to run it in. Other than that, its a great operating system built with TLC. I have alot of time in it. You should also register on the forum and check out updates, or contribute. There is two contributors atm. IRC Channel: #shellinux <at> freenode

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiredonlinux View Post
    Cool, It only supports ethernet, so virtual boxes are great to run it in
    Well, that's a start!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Yeah, its a good start for a 15 Year old coder

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiredonlinux View Post
    Yeah, its a good start for a 15 Year old coder
    Well, when my grandson ( now 18 ) was 8, he re-wired his mom's (my daughter's) kitchen FM radio so it would receive transmissions from his toy walky-talky radio from the back yard. "Hey mom, can I have some lemonade?"... Now, he designs and builds both rotary and fixed-wing autonomous UAV's, using Linux for the controller OS, and Arduino for the radio controls. He does all of the design (CAD stuff and such), development (including Linux kernel drivers/mods), and construction himself. So, do I think a 15yo can build their own Linux distribution? You betcha! Welcome to the forums, and I hope we hear much more from you in the future!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    thanks, your welcome on the irc freenode channel (#shellinux) and on the forum (on the website)

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    Version 4.0 is Released
    ChangeLog:
    *Added a TUI (Text User Interface)
    *Added Core Utilities
    *Fixed Small Boot Error

    New Website too

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