Freespire 2.0 (Linux Os)

Discussão em 'Software/Distribuições[Open Source]' iniciado por DragUnder, Setembro 19, 2007.

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    FREESPIRE 2.0 (Release Date 08/08/2007)
    The Freedom of Choice


    Freespire is a community-involved, Linux-based operating system that combines the best that free, open source software has to offer (community involved, freely distributed, open source code, etc.), but also provides users the choice of including proprietary codecs, drivers and applications as they see fit. With Freespire, the choice is yours as to what software is installed on your computer, with no limitations or restrictions placed on that choice. How you choose to maximize the performance of your computer is entirely up to you.


    Freespire...

    Freespire 2.0 begins with Ubuntu (Version 7.04) as its baseline and then adds software from six broad categories, further expanding Freespire's capabilities:

    1. CNR Plugin provides free one-click access to thousands of open source applications, as well as options for legally licensed DVD playback software, Sun's StarOffice, Parallels Workstation, Win4Lin, CodeWeaver's Crossover Office, TransGaming's Cedega, commercial games and many more.

    2. KDE is added for an easier-to-use and more comfortable interface, with a familiar look & feel for Apple Mac and Microsoft Windows users.

    3. Enhanced applications and features are added for enhanced usability and ease of use, modifying software applications like Firefox and Thunderbird, along with adding Linspire-sponsored open source software like Nvu, Lsongs and Lphoto.

    4. Proprietary software is added when necessary, like Java, Flash and Adobe Acrobat, to provide overall increased interoperability.
    Proprietary codecs are added to expand multimedia compatibility and provide a superior overall experience so users can listen to MP3 files, play Windows Media files, and much more.

    5. Proprietary drivers are added to expand hardware compatibility and provide optimum 3D graphic card support, better WiFi support, and more.


    Also, Freespire...

    - Is always made available for free use, distribution and modification, now and forever.
    - Is powerful enough for the most sophisticated Linux user or developer, yet easy enough for someone completely new to Linux.
    - Provides free access to the entire Freespire open source application pool using apt-get.
    - Includes a total development environment, which can be easily expanded using apt-get or CNR.
    - Provides easy-to-use yet advanced installation and configuration options.
    - Is secure with non-root Admin login features and strict firewall.
    - Utilizes the community IRMA project to provide Freespire in dozens of different languages.
    - Is community supported at no charge, with optional enhanced support available.


    System Requirements:

    In order to install Freespire you must have:

    - PC with 800MHz processor (1Ghz recommended)

    - 128 MB of RAM (256 MB or higher recommended for best performance)
    Note: with shared video 128 MB of RAM will result in a less than optimum experience, 256 MB is the minimum in those cases.
    Note: using emulators (Crossover Office, Win4Lin, etc.) is RAM intensive, so minimum recommended is 512 MB.

    - Hard drive with 4 GB free space

    - SVGA or higher resolution and monitor (3-D graphics accelerator card for some games, screen savers, etc.)

    - CD-ROM or DVD drive, Keyboard & Mouse (The computer must support booting from the CD or DVD drive. Most modern computers can do this.)

    - Linspire/Freespire-compatible sound card and speakers or headphones

    - Linspire/Freespire-compatible 56 Kbps hardware modem, cable modem, or DSL modem

    - Ethernet card for Internet/LAN connectivity

    Click for a complete list of supported hardware.


    Screenshots:

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    The Desktop
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    Launch Menu
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    CNR
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    Lphoto, Lsongs & Gizmo VOIP
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    Control Center
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    Freespire running XGL:
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    Download:

    TORRENT:[HIDE-THANKS] [/HIDE-THANKS]
    Size: 683.42 MB
    MD5 Checksum: 3bb91ce5d636232ce7c19f6264f38443
    Note: Freespire 2.0 supports both Live CD Boot and Install

    HTTP DOWNLOAD: [HIDE-THANKS][/HIDE-THANKS]
    Size: 683.42 MB
    MD5 Checksum: 3bb91ce5d636232ce7c19f6264f38443



    How to Burn a Freespire ISO Disc Image:

    Please write at a slow speed to avoid any problems that can occur from a bad burn.

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    Select BurnISO from the dropdown menu on the bottom left of the program window.
    The process will start automatically.

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    Select "Write ISO Image" from the Tools menu.
    Find the location where you saved the .iso file and open.
    Check the MD5 Checksum -- 567fe26b5e95ff5da6079a72ceddd418 for Freespire 1.0
    Click Write

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    Select Copy and Backup. Click Burn Image to Disc
    Choose Recorder
    Select the ISO to burn.
    Click Burn

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    Select "Record Disc from Image..." under the File menu in Creator Classic.
    Find the location where you saved the .iso file and open.
    Click Ok



    How to Install Freespire:

    Before you begin, check the minimum System Requirements and back up all sensitive data. After you have downloaded Freespire and burned the ISO onto a CD, follow these ten easy steps.


    1. Place Freespire in your computer's CD-ROM drive
    2. Restart the computer
    3. Hit Enter when INSTALL Freespire on this computer's hard drive is highlighted
    4. Click Next at the welcome page
    5 Select your keyboard layout and click Next
    6 There will be two options:
    a) If you wish to Take over an entire hard disk select that option and click Next. If you don't have more then one hard drive skip to step 8.
    b)If you wish to perform an Advanced install select that option, click Next, and continue to step 7.
    7. Select a pre-made partition that you wish to use for Freespire. Determine if Freespire should write the MBR then click Next
    8. Fill out the form and click Next
    9. Verify the setup and click Finish
    10. Click Yes I'm Sure

    Congratulations, you are now installing Freespire! When the installation has completed click Ok, remove the CD, and hit Enter.

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