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A GNU/Linux project, to take all the binary blobs out of a rather popular distribution and make it all free.
Download It And Try It Before You Install.
http://cdimage.gnewsense.org/ (now with BitTorrent)
Get your single CD for installing or trying it out as a live CD. A live CD does not install on the machine unless you choose to do so, as a result you can try it before you install it. To have a reasonable install we suggest about five gigs of space should be made available.
To create gNewSense we needed to have produced a set of scripts. This building method we called Builder and these scripts allow anyone to to build their own distribution. Try it here: create a GNU/Linux Distribution.
Tell us about your experience:
Tell us if it works with your hardware: http://wiki.gnewsense.org/Main/RecommendedHardware
There have been yet more Builder/gNewSense updates. The update process was automated a week ago, and this process now has two levels of monitoring. We're also now monitoring mirror freshness.
-bbrazil November 23, 2006, at 11:44 PM
There are now -backports and -updates components. I haven't tried them out fully. There's also a number of general updates.
-bbrazil November 05, 2006, at 11:05 PM
LiveCD 0.93 now available. All known kernel firmware removed and many other improvements.
-bbrazil October 30, 2006, at 09:09 PM
LiveCD 0.92 now available. Brings memtest working on livecd, less firmware, redirected launchpad-integration and better livecd versioning.
-bbrazil September 14, 2006, at 01:30 PM
We now have security support.
Want to know how to create your own version of this or other distros. How To Create Your Own GNULinux Distribution