Friday, March 10, 2017

Nigerian Linux distro WAZOBIA LINUX No Hope so far


The Wazobia Linux is a Nigerian commercial distribution based on Red Hat Linux.

Developed by Leapsoft Ltd Nigeria, the product includes a user-friendly operating system, together with a complete set of desktop applications, such as office suite, web browser, instant messaging client, multimedia viewers, and graphical software. It also offers the latest open source applications for developing software, setting up a home network, running a web server, and more. The product, which includes installation media, printed documentation and installation support, is currently available in Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo as well as English, with ongoing translations into other African languages.
But as of the time of writing this post it actually seems the project has been discontinued. We may try to find out more about the project and why it couldn't be achieved and what we can do to bring it to life.
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