Download and try gNewSense GNU/Linux, an operating system that contains nothing but free software! Even the drivers for all the devices this system supports are free software. You can test drive gNewSense before you install it and see what a completely free computer operating system can do for you. This CD is an updated version of the gNewSense GNU/Linux system I discussed before.
How do I burn the CD image file to a CD so I can try it out?
You can read Ubuntu GNU/Linux’s handy reference on how to burn an ISO file (keep in mind that the process is the same for burning a CD except you use a blank CD-R instead of a blank DVD).
Then put the burned CD back in your computer, reboot your computer, and you’ll most likely boot straight into gNewSense GNU/Linux on a trial basis—nothing on your computer is modified—so you can test out gNewSense GNU/Linux before you decide to install it.
To install gNewSense GNU/Linux, simply double-click the “install” icon on the screen and follow the on-screen directions.
Where do I get the ISO file I need to burn?
- Download this file for most Intel and AMD computers
- Download the complete source code for everything on the aforementioned CD
- Download MD5SUMs for all the gNewSense GNU/Linux files I distribute. The how-to mentioned above tells you how you can use this file to make sure you have the correct data before you burn anything.
Hurray! A new blog entry!
Will you please write an entry telling me what the Greens were thinking of when they put up Cynthia McKinney? She is a whack job!