a new debian sidux gnu linux forum in brazil was launched

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by carioca, Oct 29, 2008.

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  1. carioca

    carioca Registered Member

    Jul 9, 2005

    Dear wilders security forums buddies to whom uses gnu linux,

    It's related to debian but it's debian sidux. sidux changed the unstable sid into a an excellent distro like sidux. please appologize me if I put at the wrong place. I have already browsed here but I didn't look offtopics up. I builded up a non official brazilian sidux forum in my country because we didn't have any brazilian sidux forum in my country. I translated the sidux to the brazilian portuguese and I loved the debian sidux. now, It's not necessary anymore to translate it because the sidux just realease a new version codiname ourea and It's a live dvd which you just click f4 and choose the portuguese or another language like ubuntu.but it's not heavy and inflated as ubuntu is. I'm not complaining about ubuntu but ubuntu is getting too much inflated. but sidux It's vey light, I used a 3 gigabytes to set up at my partition.It's incredible! fast and simple.There are a lot of sidux new users nowadays in brazil. They were usually asking for a brazilian forum which speaks portuguese fluently. We accept some suggestions and contributions with support there. We need some moderators there. If someone here speaks portuguese may help us there with your experience and background. Give some sugestions to us because we are starting up now. Please feel free to help us because we are spreading out the debian sidux around the world. We are getting more and more users in my country. We are getting better now.. You may drop in on at http://www.sidux.com.br.
    I'd appreciate your hints and assistance.

    You may also look here at http://www.sidux.com/PNphpBB2-viewtopic-t-12479.html

    ps: important gnu linux communities in brazil are talking about us like:



  2. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

    Jun 28, 2003
    I'm also a sidux user, and I'm also very glad for your project ;)

    Keep going! ;)
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