August 12, 2010

LinuxTLE- Ubuntu Based Thai Linux Distribution


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LinuxTLE (pronounced Linux talay) is a Thai Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and developed by the Thailand National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC).

TLE stands for Thai Language Extension, as it was originally a Thai extension for Red Hat Linux. The pronunciation "talay" is a homophone of the Thai word ทะเล (the sea).

LinuxTLE 9.0 is based on Ubuntu 7.10.

This is version of LinuxTLE

  1. MaTEL 6.0 based on Mandrake Linux 6.0 launch June 1999

  2. MaTEL 6.1 based on Mandrake Linux 6.0 launch September 1999

  3. LinuxTLE 3.0 (First use LinuxTLE name) Code name:ตะรุเตา (Tarutao) based on Red Hat Linux 6.2 launch 14 July 2000

  4. LinuxTLE 4.0 Code name: (Similan) based on Redmond Linux launch 13 October 2001

  5. LinuxTLE 4.1a Code name: (PhiPhi) based on Red Hat Linux 7.2 launch 14 March 2002

  6. LinuxTLE 4.1r2 Code name: (PhiPhi) based on Red Hat Linux 7.3 launch March 2003

  7. LinuxTLE 5.0 Code name: (Andaman) based on Red Hat Linux 8 launch March 2003

  8. LinuxTLE 5.5 Code name: (Samila based on Fedora CORE 1 launch January 2004

  9. LinuxTLE 7.0 Code name: (Waghor) based on LinuxTLE 5.5 launch December 2004

  10. LinuxTLE 8.0 Code name: (Patong) based on Ubuntu 6.10 launch 27 February 2007

  11. LinuxTLE 9.0 Code name: (Hua-Hin) based on Ubuntu 7.10 launch 8 February 2008 (New version)

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