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distro

(DISTRibutOr or DISTRibutiOn) Typically refers to a Linux distributor or distribution. It may also refer to a distributor of e-zines or Webzines. See Linux distribution and distribution.
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Humour-Filled Story - Taking games back to when they were fun instead of serious, travel on an adventure with Distro and Teddy as you face Distro's biggest quest - Taking down Galaximo and his army.
The PLUMgrid Global Alliance partner program is a growing ecosystem of supported OpenStack distros, software solutions, hardware solutions, system integrators and value added solution providers.
Planned for PC, Mac, Linux and later the Playstation Vita, Distro Horizons follows the adventures of the cat-boy Distro and his stuffed animal sidekick Teddy as they save the inhabitants of planet Earth from the evil clutches of Galaximo, a fierce and mean alien overlord who plans to steal everybody on Earth to use as his slaves.
The move kicks off engineering certification work to add SUSE Cloud as the latest OpenStack distro to be supported by PLUMgrid ONS.
Finally, GigaTux has packaged up the latest stable versions of the Elastix and FreePBX distros (versions 2.
Users simply point to the components they want in their distro, locate them on the Cloudsmith map and then publish the distro to Cloudsmith.
Turbolinux's position as a leading Linux OS distro in Asian markets will be further strengthened by the introduction of "wizpy.
KarmaloopTV will launch as 1 of 100 YouTube premium channels in July 2012 and on Myspace's new TV distro platform in August 2012.
3 distro on the ZC702 platform and their Zynq based Atlas I-Z7e and Arcadia development platforms.
To execute campaigns such as these, mBF employs the use of the Frank Distro League[TM] (FDL).
Virtualized applications host click2try adds major Linux distro
During the second of three hands-on labs, students will include the NTFS for Linux Driver into the CD-based Imaging Distro, thus demonstrating how to employ the driver update method using a "real world" driver.