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A Linux Operating System based off of openSUSE

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WinLynx is a simple-to-use Linux Operating system based off of openSUSE. Using the KDE4 Desktop Environment makes the GUI look sharp and modern. WinLynx packages, LibreOffice, Mozilla FireFox, and much, much more....

NOTE: WinLynx comes with a default user which is "root". We RECOMMEND creating a new user for personal use. If, you want to use the default "root" user, the password is "linux"

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  • KDE4 Desktop
  • Based off of openSUSE Linux
  • LibreOffice bundled
  • Mozilla FireFox bundled
  • Games


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Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Assembly, C



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