Dynebolic GNU/Linux is the dyne.org live bootable GNU/Linux distribution.
Version: 2.5.2Dyne:bolic GNU/Linux is a live bootable distribution, an operating system which works directly from the CD without the need to install or change anything on the hard disk.
Operating System: Linux
It is user-friendly, recognizes your hardware devices (sound, video, firewire, and USB) and offers a vast range of software for multimedia production, streaming, 3D modeling, photo, peer-to-peer filesharing, web browsing and publishing, word processing, email, encryption, and networking. It also includes games and a world navigator.
Dynebolic GNU/Linux does automatic clustering, joining the CPU power between any other dyne:bolic on the local network, and works on modded XBOX consoles as well.
Surf, stream, edit, encode and broadcast both sound and video, all just in one CD you have simply to boot!
Dyne:bolic is shaped on the needs of media activists to eager the production of informations, realizing a full multimedia studio. It takes birth as a grassroot effort to spread free software and the spirit of sharing informations.
Here are some key features of "Dynebolic GNU Linux":
· user friendly, intuitive and funky desktop interface
· full of creative tools for audio/video multimedia production
· no need to install, partition or change data on harddisk
· it will work even if you have Micro$oft Winblows
· automatic hardware recognition and configuration:
· network cards, sound cards, BTTV video cards, firewire, USB devices and more...
· all harddisks are mounted and fully accessible
· works on old pentium1 as well on XBOX game console
· can save your data and settings in one encrypted file on your harddisk or usb storage device (nesting)
· does automatic clustering with other dyne:bolic on the net, to join the CPU power of multiple computers
· handcrafted by experienced software artisans making their own applications since years: dyne:bolic is not based on any other distribution, is unique!
The graphical environment is XFree86 with WindowMaker which offers a fresh level of interaction which distincts dyne:bolic from other common graphical environments.
Dyne:bolic includes lots of software, result of the great work being done by the GNU/Linux free software community thru the past 15 years. To mention just a few of them:
Mp4Live, lets you stream mpeg4 audio and video on darwin server | FreeJ, to perform on video livesets as a freejay | MuSE, to mix and stream your voice and sound files live on the net HasciiCam, to have a cool (h)ascii webcam, also on low bandwidth | TerminatorX, GDam, SoundTracker and PD, to perform with live audio | Kino, Cinelerra and LiVES, to edit video and publish clips | Audacity and ReZound, to edit audio and add effects on it | Gimp, the GNU image manipulation software to edit your pictures | Blender, one of the most powerful 3d modeling and rendering tools | AbiWord and Ted, to read edit and save any kind of word files | Bluefish, to generate and edit your html webpages | Sylpheed and Gpa, to send and receive mails, with full encryption | Lopster, which lets you do filesharing over winmx and gnutella | Samba, to easily exchange data over shared directories in LANs | XChat, linphone and other messaging softwares for fast comunication | VNC and RDesktop to remotely access any Win or Unix desktop | Lots of network tools, for analysis and poweruser access to the net | Xfe, an intuitive local file browser recognizing all file types | GCombust, to easily burn data on CDs on machines with a cd-burner | XRmap, to easily browse the world geography and the CIA factbook | And, last but not least, lots of great games also to be played in multiplayer mode, online with your friends running dyne:bolic!
To realize a slick and efficient desktop environment dyne:bolic avoids the use of both Gnome and KDE: still consuming less resources we can offer a good degree of user friendliness and integration.
Dyne:bolic doesn't follows the desktop paradigm established by software corporations in the most widespread proprietary operating systems nowadays: it tries to explore new degrees of human interaction with computers.