is a Mandrake based live Linux
distribution with support for Turkic languages like Turkish and
Azerbaijani. The second major release (2.0) will be in English. Turkix
comes with a rehack of rpm packaging system, called as "rpmx", an embedded
wrapper of rpm that understands the new virtual file hierarchy used by
TURKIX. This hierarchy is designed to make Windows and MacOS users feel at
home while getting them acquainted with the classical UNIX file hierarchy.
TURKIX joins the list at version 1.9, released September 26, 2004.
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