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The Soyombo project, based in the Mongolian Republic, aimed to create a Mongolian language distribution of Linux with full support for writing Mongolian both in Cyrillic and in traditional scripts for Mongolian, including Soyombo script, Clear script, and the classical Mongolian script. It has been discontinued.