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
Developer TrustVerse
OS family Unix-like, based on Fedora
Working state Discontinued[1]
Source model Open source (and proprietary software)
Initial release 2004
Latest release "2010" / 2010
Available in Russian
Package manager RPM Package Manager
Platforms i386
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux)
Default user interface GNOME 2, Openbox
License EULA (demoware), GNU GPL and other licenses[citation needed]
Official website[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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