Linux XP

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Linux XP
Linux XP 2006 SR 2.png
Linux XP 2006 SR 2 showing start menu and file manager
Company / developer TrustVerse
OS family Unix-like, based on Fedora
Working state Discontinued[1]
Source model Free and open-source software and proprietary software
Package manager RPM Package Manager
Supported platforms i386
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux)
Default user interface GNOME 2, Openbox
License EULA (demoware), GNU GPL and other licenses[citation needed]
Official website www.linux-xp.com[dead link]

Linux XP was a Fedora-based[2] shareware Linux distribution designed to imitate Windows environment using GNOME desktop; it could run some Microsoft Windows programs using the Wine compatibility layer.

Linux XP came with a graphical interface similar to Windows. Linux XP had to be registered within 99 boots after installation, or the OS would deactivate. [2]

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