Wienux

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WIENUX
Wienux logo.png
Wienux screenshot.png
WIENUX with KDE
Developer Wienux Project
OS family Unix-like (based on Debian
Working state Abandoned[1]
Source model Open source
Package manager dpkg
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux)
Default user interface KDE
Official website www.wien.gv.at/ma14/wienux.html

WIENUX[2] is a Debian-based Linux distribution developed by the City of Vienna in Austria. Its main purpose is to replace proprietary operating systems and applications on the municipality's thousands of desktop computers with free and open source alternatives based on KDE, OpenOffice.org and Firefox. WIENUX was released 2005 under the General Public License and was available for free download from the distribution's web site[3] until 2008 when the download page was taken offline.[4] In 2009 the migration to Linux as operating system was stopped and most desktop computers were equipped with a Windows operating system again.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Mobily, Tony (June 9, 2008). "Vienna failed to migrate to GNU/Linux: why?". Free Software Magazine. 
  2. ^ WIENUX für die Stadt
  3. ^ DistroWatch.com: WIENUX
  4. ^ "Professioneller Behörden-Desktop WIENUX". www.wien.gv.at. 2008. Archived from the original on 2008-12-08. Retrieved 2011-10-18.