Kuki 3.0 Pre Release 1.7
|Source model||Open source|
|Initial release||October 21, 2008|
|Latest release||2.8 / 2009-08-30|
|Package manager||APT, with several front-ends|
|Default user interface||Xfce|
|License||Free software licenses
Kuki Linux (pronounced "cookie") was a lightweight Ubuntu based distribution that was active in 2008 and 2009. It was created to be a replacement for the Fedora based Linpus Linux distribution bundled with the Acer Aspire One with the aim of being lightweight, fast, and optimized for netbooks. Like Ubuntu, Kuki Linux was free software.
Kuki Linux was developed as a replacement for the Linpus Operating System installed on the Linux variant of the Acer Aspire One. Kuki's aims included backwards compatibility with Ubuntu, to make optimal use of the netbook's hardware, and to provide an intuitive user interface.
Kuki Linux's key aim was to deliver full hardware compatibility with the Acer Aspire One without additional configuration or modification. It used the Xfce desktop environment.
Kuki Linux Custom Kernel
The Kuki Linux Kernel contained driver modules chosen to make it work better with the Acer Aspire One's hardware.
Past Kuki Linux Team
Kuki Linux was maintained by a small group of developers from around the world:
- Joao Ferro, also known as leak, was the project's founder.
- Joseph Braddock, also known as vw72, was the project's kernel maintainer.
- Pedro Quintas, also known as linxisp, was the website maintainer. He also hosted the project's website.
- Dulcidio Costa, also known as dcosta or hades_pt, contributed professionally designed wallpapers to the project.
Kuki Linux was developed from 2008 to 2009.
|Kuki Linux 1.0 alpha||Joining the ingredients||release name||November 2008|
|Kuki Linux 2.0 alpha||Stable, Ubuntu 8.04 based||Bavarian Bretzel||December 2008|
|Kuki Linux 2.6 alpha||Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty, new theme||Bavarian Bretzel||February 2009|
|Kuki Linux 2.7 alpha||Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty everything works||Bavarian Bretzel||May 2009|
|Kuki Linux 2.8 alpha||Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty minor updates, kernel revisions||Bavarian Bretzel||September 2009|
Latest Kuki linux release screenshots
Easy Peasy operative system for netbooks
- Kuki Linux Website
- Kuki Linux Downloads Page
- Kuki at Distrowatch
- Main Sponsor LINXISP
- Sponsor Webdesigner new world
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