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Leeenux Linux is an operating system for netbooks, mainly for ASUS Eee PC with 7" screen, but works on all netbooks. It is based on Ubuntu and easypeasy and contains only free and open source software.
- Uses the Ubuntu 9.04 release as a base and is modified from EasyPeasy 1.5
- Made for Asus eee netbooks with 7" screen, but works with all the netbooks.
- Everything works Out of the box for Asus eee models with 7" screen
- No Proprietary software, not even drivers. This means it is Free in any way
- Uses Ubuntu Netbook Remix menu
- Licenced under GNU General Public License version 3
- Iso is 386MB, Installed takes up to 1.2GB
- Uses eee-control
- Distribution is made using remastersys remastering software
- No Qt, Mono or Java apps
Leeenux started as a personal modification of easypeasy. The goal was to free up space on the 4GB SSD that comes with the Asus Eee 4G Surf, also known as the 701G. By removing software such as the proprietary Picasa and Skype, KDE apps, QT libraries, Mono, and Sun Java, a significant amount of space was freed. Instead, default gnome apps were installed, and nearly 2GB of space was saved. After removing unused graphics and help documents, it came to be 1.7GB. After adding custom graphics, it became Leeenux 1.0. After removing drivers for nVidia and ATI as well as other unneeded software, the distribution (v1.1) came to 1.4GB when installed. 1.2 version has resolved bugs discovered in version 1.1. v1.3 had significant increase in performance and resolved bugs. v2.0 is a major release of Leeenux with improved appearance, less memory but more apps. It will not have sub-versions, but instead the team is working on v3.0.
Leeenux 1.0 - September 2009
Leeenux 1.1 - October 17th, 2009
Leeenux 1.2 - October 25th, 2009
Leeenux 1.3 - October 31st, 2009
Leeenux 2.0 - January 31st, 2010
Roadmap (Future Releases)
Leeenux 3.0 - March 2010
New kernel, based on Ubuntu UNR 9.10.
Leeenux 4.0 - May 2010
Based on Ubuntu UNR 10.04.
List of preinstalled applications
For a full list, reference here:  List of most important apps:
GNOME Commander - two panel file manager
Gnote - C++ port of Tomboy
DOSBox Emulator - DOS Emulator
ZSNES Emulator - Super Nintendo Emulator
Gens SEGA Emulator
Cheese - App for Web Camera
GNU Paint - Simple paint application
gThumb Image Viewer
Mozila Thunderbird Mail
Firefox v3.7 web browser
Pidgin Internet Messenger
Gnash SWF Viewer
Totem Movie Player
Rhythmbox Music Player
Remastersys - backup utility
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