Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Brasa OS

Presentation:
Brasa OS is a Linux distribution Debian based, which has its big repository, lightweight graphical interface and compiled packages, resulting in superior performance.

The proposal is deliver a fast, stable and simple system, with the basics necessary for customize as you wish.
It is a revolutionary system designed to be the first to install compiled packages, with the simple apt-build command.

Brasa OS is one of the fastest Linux Distributions of World !


Dependencies:
Internet.

System Installation:
1 - Burn a CD with system image.
2 - With Internet, install the primary system without graphical environments or other packages.
3 - Login as root.
4 - Mount the cd-rom with the command mount /dev/cdrom /media/cdrom
5 - Run  /media/cdrom/installbrasa.sh
6 - Answer what level of optimization, what's your processor and how many cores.

Netbooks Installation:
1 - With Unetbootin, convert the image to a pendrive
2 - With Internet, install the primary system without graphical environments or other packages.
3 - Login as root.
4 - Copy the Installsys folder to /root/brasa.
5 - Run  brasa_netbook.sh
6 - Answer what level of optimization, what's your processor and how many cores.

Packages Management:
Packages search: apt-cache search <package_name>
Packages installation: apt-build install <package_name>
Packages uninstallation: apt-get purge <package_name>
Binary packages installation: apt-get install <package_name>
System upgrade: apt-build upgrade

Downloads:
Brasa OS 1.1 32 Bits - 10820 KB
Brasa OS 1.1 64 Bits - 11214 KB

Updated on 09/26/2012

Changelog.

Important:
It is highly recommended broadband Internet and a good processor.
All additional packages are downloaded and compiled. The installation can take a long time.
The user will have a system with graphical interface, where can install other packages, all with apt-build command.
If a package doesn't have the source code available, you can install the binaries ready, no optimized build,  with "apt-get install <package_name>".
The installbrasa.sh script is designed for use the cdrom mounted on /media/cdrom
For Netbooks, the installsys folder should be copied to /root/brasa
Brasa OS can be installed on computers that already have other systems, taking care to properly configure the partitioning.

Brasa OS: 
Is free of advertising, viruses and any other kind of virtual plague.
Is totally free.
May be freely copied.
Was created on 02/05/2012 by Marcelo Marchi Negreira.

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