Projects / Leeenux Linux

Leeenux Linux

Leeenux is a complete netbook Linux distribution made for the Asus eee 701G with 2GB and 4GB SSD, but other netbooks can run it as well. Its purpose is to make this popular netbook useful once again. Its intention is to provide a fast and reliable experience out of the box with as much usability as a 7" screen can give. It is based on Ubuntu minimal, and it contains only free software. It has the UNR menu and uses light applications and GNOME. There are no Mono or Qt applications.


Recent releases

  •  28 Mar 2010 09:30

    Release Notes: This version is built from Ubuntu Minimal Karmic Koala and Linux kernel 2.28.32. A new UNR menu is used. Ubuntu Minimal is now used as the base instead of EasyPeasy. New eee-control modes and new applications were added. New applications include 20 small games, Ubuntu One, and Ubuntu Software Center.

    •  01 Feb 2010 14:19

      Release Notes: This version has a new look, a new kernel, more applications, and uses less space (only 1.2GB when installed). Gnome Utils were added to the accessories. The Gens SEGA emulator and links to get thousands of DOS, SEGA, and Nintendo games were added to the games. In the Internet category, Mozila Thunderbird was added, Evolution was removed, and Firefox 3.7 was added. E-Book Reader, Dictionary, and Sunbird were added to the office applications. In the Sound & Video category, Gnash SWF Viever was added and VLC player was removed. Assistive Technologies and Disk Usage Analyzer were added to the system tools. Computer Janitor and Gparted were added for administration.

      •  03 Nov 2009 00:51

        Release Notes: This release is faster and lighter than v1.2. Bugs from v1.2 are resolved.


        Project Spotlight


        A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.


        Project Spotlight

        TurnKey TWiki Appliance

        A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.