Distribution of Linux Mexican pitcher black to my surprise and pleasure I found myself with a distribution of Linux Mexicana, called pot black created by Mexican for Mexicans. Sometimes the best projects arise where least expected one, this is the case of this Linux distribution. Jarro Negro is a Mexican Linux distribution created in the College of Sciences and Humanities (CCH), campus Naucalpan, State of Mexico, the project has been developed by Armando Rodriguez Arguijo, who was student of the campus and currently student of computer engineering, in the Faculty of engineering of UNAM, along with Alberto Luebbert, Member founder of the Group of users Linux from Cd. Netzahualcoyotl since 2005. Currently studying engineering in systems in the technology of higher studies of the East of the State of Mexico. The initial objective of the project was its use in platforms for mainly SPARC servers, currently based on the project Muser and LCosmos scripts, this distribution can be used in any computer (PC), with the advantage that it works as a Live CD. The recent version 2.0.0.
It includes the kernel 220.127.116.11 compatible with Unionfs/Squash3, packaging JNP, change the installer, use the XFS file system and use as desktop graphic Enlightenment; within this distribution can also find the following applications like: Gimp, Firefox, GmPlayer, Mencoder, Amsn, Xpdf, Xchat, Cdparanoia, Cdrecord, etc. Jarro Negro Linux distribution does not require powerful hardware, why can older computers that meet these characteristics can be leveraged: processor x 86 500 Mhz. 3 GB hard drive. 128 mb Ram. 32 CD Player x is important to support projects undertaken by Mexicans, why make an invitation to try this Mexican Jarro Negro Linux distribution..