Parsix GNU/Linux – A Gift from Ancient Persia to the world

Posted by tadelste on Jan 28, 2006 5:55 PM EDT; By Josh King
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Parsix GNU/Linux is a new twist on an old theme. It is one of a number of remixes of the Kanotix/Knoppix line, but with some very interesting differences. First off is the fact that it is centered around, and tailored to users of Persian languages and keyboards, while also being very usable in English. The next big difference is that Parsix uses the Gnome desktop (2.12.2) instead of the standard KDE Desktop found in most of these remastered distros. But is there more to Parsix than just a different DE and language? The answer to that question is a definite β€œyes”.

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