15
Apr
2011

BOSS – A linux OS developed by India

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BOSS – Bharat Operating System Solutions.
A free open source computer operating system developed by the National Resource Centre (India) for Free/Open Source Software (NRCFOSS) of India.

Currently BOSS GNU/Linux Desktop is available in all the Official Indian Languages such as Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Bodo, Urdu, Kashmiri, Maithili, Konkani, Manipuri which will enable the mainly non-English literate users in the country.

Currently BOSS is available as:

  • BOSS GNU/Linux version.
  • EduBOSS: EduBOSS, an educational variant of BOSS GNU/Linux distribution.
  • BOSS Server: BOSS GNU/Linux advanced server has unique features such as Web server, proxy server, Database server, Mail server, Network server, File and Print server, SMS server, LDAP server. BOSS GNU/Linux advanced server is comprised with administration tool such as webmin,Gadmin,PHP myadmin,PHP LDAP admin,PG admin.
  • NetBOSS: NetBOSS is optimised to run on a new category of affordable Internet-centric devices called netbooks with the Intel Atom processor designed primarily for government organizations, entertainment industry and individuals.
  • BOSSLive: BOSS Live DVD is a a bootable computer operating system. You can run BOSS without install it.
  • Visit Official website of BOSS.
    Download BOSS

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