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CAOS Linux with GNOME
|Source model||Open source|
|Latest release||NSA 1.0.25 / October 14, 2009|
|Package manager||RPM Package Manager|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (Linux)|
CAOS Linux is an RPM-based Linux distribution. It aspires to be community maintained and managed, but as of 2011-05-04, the timestamp of 2009-12-14 on the main ISO-9660 image is well over a year old. However, Infiscale describes its GravityOS as "[including] the small footprint of Caos" indicating a level of influence from the seemingly discontinued distribution. The name has been capitalized in various ways: cAos and CAos were used with earlier releases. CAOS and Caos are used on the web site's main pages.
CAOS Linux combines aspects of Debian, Red Hat Linux/Fedora, and FreeBSD in a manner that aspires to be stable enough for servers and clusters, for a life cycle of 3 to 5 years. The CAOS Project is part of a larger organization (The CAOS Foundation) which is a team of open source developers working and using resources together.
- http://www.caoslinux.org/ February 23, 2009 Caos Linux NSA-1.0.8 release is now available!
- wget -S - -O /dev/null http://caos.osuosl.org/Caos-NSA-1.0/install/i386/caos-nsa-1.0.i386.iso 2>&1 | grep 'Last-Modified:'
- CAOS Linux homepage
- Infiscale.com, the company that sponsors and controls all CAOS, Perceus, and WareWulf Development