WeakNet Linux version 2.0 FINAL

WeakNet Linux Version 2.0 FINAL (free release June 30th 2009).

WeakNet Labs Brings you, WNLA version 2.0 FINAL! Yes, I have built this one with a more Debian feel to it. Also, I ditched the Gnome GUI and built the Enlightenment E17 GUI instead! It's beautiful, with animated icons, right and left click menus on the desktop, a PERFECT paging system, and a beautiful zooming icon dock for applications.

I built the 1337tool up to have more features as well. I included more tools that WNL and I have coded, and things just have a much nicer feel to them.

Another cool new feature is Web Hacking Portal 4.1! Yes, I coded better PHP, which now has seamless re-directs as the credentials are recorded. If the victim has cookies already set with a session, that session too, is re-initiated, meaning, no evidence of phishing save for the browsing history :P

Login = assistant (always the same)
Sudo passwd = weaknet
Su password = weaknet2
Services Passwd's = weaknet (e.g. MySQL)

Click on any of the screenshots below to see the NEW WeakNet Linux Assistant Version 2.0 Final.

I met Rel1k while at Shmoocon 2009 and got his permission to add the new Fast-Track suite to WNLA, so in the non BETA version expect to see this!


Amazon EC2: Building a Self-bundling Debian AMI

"Given the regular questions appearing on the forum about using Debian/Ubuntu with EC2 I thought it might be a useful exercise to post a complete HOWTO should people wish to roll their own AMI rather than use my public one. I suspect that these instructions will work for Ubuntu as well although I've not actually tested this.

To start with we need to construct a simple Debian installation on a host machine."


Mer 0.11

Mer is a new Linux operating system, built upon a thin base of Ubuntu Jaunty combined with the best open-source elements of Nokia's Maemo platform.

The goals of Mer include:

* Improving and developing parts of Maemo that are of interest to the Maemo community.
* Making it easier to port existing desktop applications by hildonizing and adjusting them to the tablet form factor.
* Encouraging third party experimentation and development.
* Supporting tablet hardware no longer receiving updated OS software by Nokia.
* Making Maemo a generic platform for all tablet devices, including non-Nokia ones.
* Focusing Maemo community efforts in platform-related areas


Mer platform development will be done in the open, with public SCM repository, bugtrackers, and Wiki-based blueprint discussion.

We should stop seeing the tablets as strictly under-powered embedded systems, and see them for what they really are: powerful, power-efficient, economical handheld computers."



Monomaxos* is a Linux based operating system made from user emcpn in Athens , Greece. It’s an Ubuntu Interpid (8.10) based system that provides full support for any kind of multimedia files and any kind of internet content just out of the box. It can even be used as a stand-alone media center using the embedded XBMC media center. Contains large number of software packages and drivers for any kind of modern hardware that makes it really powerful operating system. It was actually build for use from amateur Greek users as a ‘’demonstration’’ Live DVD for the capabilities of Linux and Open source. After a lot of requests and considering the success of the Monomaxos Live DVD in many countries outside Greece an English edition of Monomaxos is out for international use.
* Monomaxos is the Greek word for ‘’Gladiator’’

The Live DVD supports ‘’out of the box’’ playback of any kind of multimedia file (sound/video/internet streaming /even HD video playback) using VLC Media player. There is embedded Media center (XBMC) and plenty of software for ripping and burning CD’s and DVD’s. Open Office suite (ver. 3.01) and AbiWord are used as office suites. Firefox 3.09 and Opera 9.6 are used for internet browsing. Firefox is optimized for perfect use (download manager/flash support/youtube videos download with just one click/HD video is also supported).Google Earth (ver.5) and Google Picasa (ver.3) included. Gnomenu software instead of classic Gnome main menu. Support for downloading any kind of internet content (via torrent/peer2peer/live links) even downloading .ccf files using JDOWNLOADER. Every kind of Internet communication is also available (MSN/SKYPE/VOIP etc). There is software for making AVI’s and mp3’s. Audacity and Gimp are used for editing sound and images . Including the MAME games which are functional out of the box (including the best 550 selected games). Many system tools like antivirus software with updates using the internet , tools for system maintenance etc . System is optimized to support compiz desktop effects and read-write of NTFS hard disks just out of the box. And there is also a large list of software for every possible need !!!

HOMEPAGE: http://www.monomaxos.gr/eng.htm
CONTACT : http://monomaxos-linux.blogspot.com/
DOWNLOAD INFORMATION/Screenshots: http://www.monomaxos.gr/eng.htm using torrent /RSlinks/Mega Upload links


Toorox 04.2009

"Toorox is a Linux Live-DVD based on Gentoo booting up with KNOPPIX technology. Designed for easy using, multi-lingual(de,en), simple control center, hard disk installer."


- Kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r2
- KDE 4.2.2
- Xorg-Server 1.5.3
- OpenOffice 3.0.1
- Iceweasel 3.0.9
- Thunderbird
- K3b 1.0.5
- Gimp 2.6.6
- Wine 1.1.19
- Amarok 2.0.2
- Audacious 1.5.1
- Ardour 2.7.1
- Kino 1.3.3
- Cinelerra 20090210
- ...

From the Changelog:
-KDE 4.2.2
-Make an USB live-pendrive now possible
-Added english language for OpenOffice
-Fixed KDE crash on startup
-Update of many packages

Home - http://toorox.de/index.php?lang=en
Forum - http://toorox.de/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=16&la...
Download - http://toorox.de/toorox_downloads/Toorox_04.2009.iso
MD5 - f0c3c6a721efe111625abd03480a7e65

how to use live cd

Moblin Image Creator 2

"Moblin Image Creator 2 (MIC2) is a tool for creating and manipulating Moblin images. MIC2 is a series of utilities that create customized images and provides an easy-to-use development environment for the Moblin distribution. MIC2 is NOT based on MIC 1.0 and is a completely new tool primarily based on Fedora LIVE CD tools and other open source projects

Currently MIC2 is command line only. A GUI version is underway and still in the early stages of development.

MIC2 supports the following features:

* MIC2 has three major utilities
o moblin-image-creator for image creation
o moblin-image-convertoer for image transformation
o moblin-chroot for generating chroot environment from image and vice vera
* MIC2 supports major Linux distributions and can be used on at least the following distributions:
o Fedora (Fedora 9 and above)
o Opensuse (> OpenSUSE 10.3)
o Ubuntu (Ubuntu 8.10. MIC2 is not supported on Ubuntu 8.04 due to incompatible yum versions)
* Supports various types of images:
o Live CD
o Live USB
o Loop images
o KVM images
o VMDK (Vmware)
* Uses the kickstart configuration format for image configuration. Using this simple format, you can specify which software repositories to use, and which packages to install and configure the system, using basic built-in and Moblin specific system configuration directives."



Copy the liveusb image to your usb key

"First of all make sure you have completely downloaded the image and checked the shasum. Once that is done you have to copy the image to your usb device. Note that you have to copy it to the device and not a single partition. NOTE: THESE COMMANDS WILL DESTORY ALL CONTENTS OF YOUR USB KEY, REMEMBER TO BACK IT UP!"


Chaox 2009-04-17-18-05

"Chaox is a live environment based on Arch Linux focusing on pentesting and forensics. We feature current snapshots of aircrack-ng, the dedected toolkit and forensic applications such as testdisk or foremost, along with the usual tools. For a complete list of packages check here. Want a more visual experience? Look at some screenshots. This project was originally developed with a “because we can” attitude, but we grew a more significant userbase recently, if you have any comments/suggestions/bug reports/contributions feel free to voice them in the comments of the relevant versions, in the forum or on irc."



e1f6f1c00c342b1d6e850093bf4ad92259103d14 chaox-2009-04-17-18-05.iso



Kon-Boot v1.0-Vorange

"Kon-Boot is an prototype piece of software which allows to change contents of a linux kernel on the fly (while booting). In the current compilation state it allows to log into a linux system as 'root' user without typing the correct password or to elevate privileges from current user to root. It was acctually started as silly project of mine, which was born from my never-ending memory problems :) Secondly it was mainly created for Ubuntu, later i have made few add-ons to cover some other linux distributions. Finally, please consider this is my first linux project so far :) Entire Kon-Boot was written in pure x86 assembly, using old grandpa-geezer TASM 4.0. [...]

All CD-ISO's are working in so called Floppy Emulation mode, which should be handled correctly by 100% of Bioses which support the El-Torito bootable CD format. The ISO images were created by some really basic utilitty created by me, however you can convert the floopy images to iso's by using programs like mkisofs etc. etc."


Floppy image:


Cross Linux From Scratch

"Cross Linux From Scratch (CLFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source.

Why would I want a CLFS system? ¶

Many wonder why they should go through the hassle of building a Linux system from scratch when they could just download an existing Linux distribution. However, there are several benefits of building CLFS. Consider the following:

CLFS teaches people how to build a cross compiler

Building CLFS teaches you how to make a cross-compiler and the necessary tools, to build a basic system on a different architecture. For example you would be able to build a Sparc toolchain on an x86 machine, and utilize that toolchain to build a Linux system from source code.

CLFS teaches people how to utilize a multilib system

CLFS takes advantage of the target system's capability, by utilizing a multilib capable build system.

CLFS teaches people how a Linux system works internally

Building CLFS teaches you about all that makes Linux tick, how things work together and depend on each other. And most importantly, how to customize it to your own tastes and needs.

Building CLFS produces a very compact Linux system

When you install a regular distribution, you often end up installing a lot of programs that you would probably never use. They're just sitting there taking up (precious) disk space.

CLFS can be built from most Unix Style Operating Systems

You can build CLFS even if you don't have Linux running. Our build instructions have been tested to build from Solaris and the BSDs.

CLFS is extremely flexible

Building CLFS could be compared to a finished house. CLFS will give you the skeleton of a house, but it's up to you to install plumbing, electrical outlets, kitchen, bath, wallpaper, etc. You have the ability to turn it into whatever type of system you need it to be, customized completely for you.

CLFS offers you added security

You will compile the entire system from source, thus allowing you to audit everything, if you wish to do so, and apply all the security patches you want or need to apply. You don't have to wait for someone else to provide a new binary package that (hopefully) fixes a security hole. Often, you never truly know whether a security hole is fixed or not unless you do it yourself.

What can I do with my CLFS system? ¶

A by-the-book CLFS system is fairly minimal, but is designed to provide a strong base on which you can add any packages you want. See the CBLFS and BLFS projects for a selection of commonly used packages."



Untangle 6.1.0 Mclaren

"Untangle delivers an integrated family of applications that simplify and consolidate the network and security products that businesses need at the network gateway.

* Pre-configured to work right away
* Downloadable for rapid deployment
* Integrated with a common GUI, logging & reporting
* Designed to run on generic Intel/AMD hardware [...]

The Untangle Server and 12 of the applications that run on it are open source and free under the GNU General Public License v2 (GPLv2). Untangle’s platform provides the GUI, logging, reporting and “virtual-pipelining” technology to make all of the apps run together smoothly. Signatures updates and software upgrades, which install automatically, are also included.



CrunchBang 8.10.02

"CrunchBang Linux is an Ubuntu based distribution featuring the lightweight Openbox window manager and GTK+ applications. The distribution is developed from a minimal Ubuntu install and has been designed to offer a good balance of speed and functionality. [...]

With the exception of a few packages, CrunchBang Linux is built entirely from packages available from the Ubuntu repositories. CrunchBang Linux uses the same APT package management tools and update manager. CrunchBang Linux comes with all the lastest package updates installed and ready to go. If you are already familiar with Ubuntu, you should have no trouble working with CrunchBang Linux.

CrunchBang Linux is infinitely hackable, this is mainly due to the standards compliant light-weight extensible window manager that is Openbox. CrunchBang Linux also comes installed with Conky, the customisable lightweight system monitor; and PCManFM, a very popular and highly configurable file manager.
Sans Brownness"


Approximate size: 688M
md5sum: 57bd2cbe7ed9bc09d62118ea08707119

Approximate size: 474M
md5sum: 9faf2d14f51042932d6b0c0136512693


"CAINE (Computer Aided INvestigative Environment) is a GNU/Linux live distribution created by Giancarlo Giustini as a project of Digital Forensics for Interdepartment Center for Research on Security (CRIS), supported by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
CAINE offers a complete forensic environment that is organized to integrate existing software tools as software modules and to provide a friendly graphical interface.
The main design objectives that CAINE aims to guarantee are the following:

* an interoperable environment that supports the digital investigator during the four phases of the digital investigation
* a user friendly graphical interface
* a semi-automated compilation of the final report

Main features:
- WinTaylor, forensic frontend for Windows environment
- Html page IE-compatible to run the forensic tools in Windows
- Ntfs-3g updated to 2009.1.1 (resolve a ntfs-3g bug)
- New boot option: text mode.
- Ubuntu 8.04 packages updated
- Firefox 3.0.6
- Gtkhash, frontend for hashing files
- New reporting features: investigators and case name added
- Multi-language report: italian, english, german, french and portuguese
- Firefox starts with the list of tools and a brief utilization manual."

http://www.caine-live.net/page11/page11.html (List of Tools)

SHA1: a3110b0c937e3d3214fde82592f6828c caine05.iso
SHA1: 5a17764ec25829a1917f4efa0088c8ae nbcaine.dd
SHA1: 3cf7bcacc6cf0254dc396f1c5491a5eb nbcaine.dd.gz

Qimo 1.0 Desktop

"Qimo is a desktop operating system designed for kids. Based on the open source Ubuntu Linux desktop, Qimo comes pre-installed with educational games for children aged 3 and up.

Qimo's interface has been designed to be intuitive and easy to use, providing large icons for all installed games, so that even the youngest users have no trouble selecting the activity they want."



MD5: fc48e2d0abd156afa1341fada8e3e3e6
SHA1: fe24d02efd711d2b6d62b185100d55f75e7600a2


"ULTILEX stands for "Ultimate Linux Experience". This is a live linux distribution which in turn contains other live linux distributions. You can boot ULTILEX from CD/DVD, as well as from USB device.

When you boot, the first thing you see is a beautiful startup screen where you can choose which live linux distribution to run. The current version of ULTILEX is 2.1.0 and it "wraps" the following live linux distributions:

* Slax 6.0.9
* Finnix 92.1
* System Rescue CD 1.1.6
* Puppy Linux 4.1.2
* Damn Small Linux 4.1.10

One very interesting feature of ULTILEX is that you can easily install it on USB flash device and save the changes you've made durign the live session on it. You can modify files and even install/remove modules and all your changes are saved on the USB flash.

To install on USB flash device, follow these steps (applied from Slax):

1. Copy all files and folders from the CD to the root folder of your USB flash device.
2. Execute "/boot/bootinst.sh" (for Linux), or "\boot\bootinst.bat" (for Windows).
3. That's all. You are ready to boot ULTILEX from your USB flash device! :) [...]

23-Mar-2009: MD5 checksums are available for download. You can find the links next to each available release (currently 2.1.0 and 1.0.1)."



eebc2cce7ad38153f21a7a8bc8229635 ultilex-2.1.0.iso

Comparison of platform virtual machines

"The table below compares basic information about platform virtual machine (VM) packages."



"virt-p2v is an experimental live CD for migrating physical machines to virtual machine guests."



130 Useful Linux Based LiveCD Versions

"While I was fast to mention and provide the LiveCD for Ubuntu Linux, I was asked if there are other versions of Linux or Linux based applications that offer down loadable LiveCD's and what the primary function (of the CD) focused upon. Well, I'm by no means the know-all expert of Linux and its LiveCD distributions, I was however, able to find almost 300 and have done my best to put them in alphabetical order with a brief blurb.

Hopefully this will provide an initial list from which to jump off and explore different versions."


Toorox 03.2009

"Toorox is a Linux Live-DVD based on Gentoo booting up with KNOPPIX technology. Designed for easy using, multi-lingual(de,en), simple control center, hard disk installer."


- Kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r2
- KDE 4.2.1
- Xorg-Server 1.5.3
- OpenOffice 3.0.1
- Iceweasel 3.0.7
- Thunderbird
- K3b 1.0.5
- Gimp 2.6.6
- Wine 1.1.17
- Amarok 2.0.2
- Audacious 1.5.1
- Ardour 2.7.1
- Kino 1.3.1
- Cinelerra 20090210
- ...

From the Changelog:
-Kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r2
-KDE 4.2.1
-Added ClamAV(KlamAV) Anti-Virus
-Added Amarok 2
-Added Code::Blocks
-Removed Kdevelop
-Moved Minefield into Iceweasel
-Fixed mouse-pointer issue after installation
-Fixed installation issue on a new created partition
-Fixed .ICEauthority permission trouble
-Installation on USB hard disk now possible
-Moved Minefield into Iceweasel

Home - http://toorox.de/index.php?lang=en
Forum - http://toorox.de/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=16&la...
Download - http://toorox.de/toorox_downloads/Toorox_03.2009.iso

Project Live*

"Project Live* [live-star] introduces a new approach to software distribution and configuration in a data center. Major software components (e.g. an operating system or an application server) are distributed as immutable disk images that contain pre-installed and ready-to-run software. Users can, within the limits of compatibility, use these Lego-like building blocks to construct more complex systems.

Source License: GPL-2.0"


Easy Peasy 1.0

Easy Peasy is an Ubuntu based operating system for netbooks. It's optimized for netbooks and favors the best software available by delivering Firefox with Flash and Java, Skype, Google Picasa, Songbird etc. out of the box. Easy Peasy 1.0 is our latest stable release and was released January 5th"



http://www.mininova.org/get/2153373 (torrent download)

Tiny Core Linux 1.2

"Tiny Core Linux is a very small (10 MB) minimal Linux Desktop. It is based on Linux 2.6 kernel, Busybox, Tiny X, Fltk, and Jwm. The core runs entirely in ram and boots very quickly.

It is not a complete desktop nor is all hardware completely supported. It represents only the core needed to boot into a very minimal X desktop typically with wired internet access.

The user has complete control over which applications and/or additional hardware to have supported, be it for a desktop, a netbook, an appliance, or server, selectable by the user."






TurnKey Linux 2009.02 Hardy x86

TurnKey Linux Software Appliances announced its most exciting and ambitious batch of releases yet. The 2009.02 release, based on Ubuntu 8.04.2 LTS,
includes 12 new software appliance images (packaged as an installable live CD) and features extensive improvements to usability, security and stability. "We've done a terrific amount of quality assurance on our end and blocked the release until we had resolved every single bug and issue we found."


  • New software appliances since last announcement: Ruby on Rails, Mediawiki,
    Drupal6, LAPP stack, Django stack, MySQL, PostgreSQL, TurnKey Core
    (102MB) and Bootstrap (67MB)
  • Rebuilt all appliances on top of TurnKey Core, the new common base for all software appliances, which is assembled from Ubuntu 8.04.2 LTS
  • Security enhancements: SSL support out of the box, regenerating
    crypographic keys at installation time, database password setting
    during installation.
  • Usability improvements: phpMyAdmin included in all LAMP based
    appliances, also included many generically useful webmin modules and
    improved embedded documentation, configuration console support for
    systems with multiple NICs, and password-free login in live CD/demo
  • Many bugfixes including one that fixes a potential breakage to the
    daily auto-updates mechanism.

See full release announcement for further details.

We got this far thanks to everyone in the Ubuntu community who tried out
the previous crop of beta appliances, especially those who gave us
feedback and encouragement on the forums. Part of the
what's great about starting out small is that we've been able to keep up
with all comments and questions and personally respond to every single
one of them, even in the middle of a development cycle.

What is a software appliance?

A software appliance is a self contained system combining an application
with just enough operating system to run on real hardware or a virtual
machine (e.g., VMWare, VirtualBox, Xen HVM, KVM)..

Manual installation and configuration of a server solution can be
painful and time consuming, especially for users lacking technical

Some users find that using a pre-integrated software appliance is an
easier way to get up and running quickly, especially in combination with
virtual machine software.

A software appliance allows users to altogether skip manual installation
of the desired application components and required dependencies, and
instead deploy a self-contained, ready-to-use system that requires
little to no setup.

For further details see "What is a software appliance"


"debirf is a system that will create diskless, all-in-ram images (kernel and initramfs) that boot entirely into ram and leave the user in a fully functional Debian system.

debirf has a module architecture that allows users to easily customize the images that they build, using simple shell scripts, to do basically anything the Debian can do. Some included examples "profiles" are:

* minimal: very minimal system with no extras
* rescue: includes a full complement of system repair utilities, including mdadm, lvm2, testdisk, foremost, etc
* xkiosk: run a simple clean GUI web browser for public-access web browsing

Debirf is made publicly available under the GNU General Public License."



Debian Live Lenny 5.0.0

"A Debian Live system is a Debian operating system that does not require a classical installer to use it. It comes on various media, including CD-ROM, USB sticks, or via netboot. Why Debian Live?

Although the Debian Live project is about the framework to create your own customized Live system, we offer some prebuilt images. Currently, builds for three desktop environments (GNOME, KDE and Xfce) as well as the standard system are available."







9966e40f3183198d4ac4a4521a9f3211 debian-live-500-i386-gnome-desktop.iso

GNUmed 0.3.10 Live CD

"The GNUmed project builds an open source Electronic Medical Record. It is developed by a handful of medical doctors and programmers from all over the world. It can be useful to anyone documenting the health of patients, including but not limited to doctors, physical therapists, occupational therapists, [...]

A new GNUmed live CD is out. With the help of this CD one can testdrive GNUmed without altering the currently running environment. No installation neccessary. Just download the CD image and either burn it to a CD or set up the CD image as a virtual CD drive. GNUmed client 0.3.10 is included and configured. No setup needed !"



Toorox 02.2009 released

"Toorox is a Linux Live-DVD based on Gentoo booting up with KNOPPIX technology. Designed for easy using, multi-lingual(de,en), simple control center, hard disk installer."


- Kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r1
- KDE 4.2.0
- Xorg-Server 1.5.3
- OpenOffice 3.0.1
- Minefield 3.0.6
- Thunderbird
- K3b 1.0.5
- Gimp 2.6.4
- Wine 1.1.14
- Audacious 1.5.1
- Ardour 2.7.1
- Kino 1.3.1
- Cinelerra 20090210
- ...

From the Changelog:

-Kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r1
-KDE 4.2.0
-Xorg-Server 1.5.3
-Update of nearly all packages
-Added /usr/sbin/net-config to configure LAN,WLAN devices
-Added NTFS write support via ntfs-3g driver
-Added "xmodule=" cheatcode
-Added icedtea6 Java JDK
-Removed compiz
-Removed kwlan
-Removed desktop-effects overlay
-Moved Firefox into Minefield
-Recent portage snapshot
-Boot from USB optical drive
-Fixed ext2/3 inode size to interact with existing bootloaders
-Fixed using correct VGA card driver
-Fixed set correct modes in xorg.conf (1680x1050, 1920x1200)
-Toorox Installer extensions

MD5 Toorox 02.2009:b799e3f839851be31f43b06f9f7019d0


Knowing Knoppix Open-Content Textbook

"Knowing Knoppix is a guide to the Knoppix Linux distro for the complete beginner

Knoppix is an astoundingly clever product. It runs Linux completely from a CD or DVD. There is no need to install. It bypasses all the software already installed on your PC or laptop and automatically detects the hardware in your computer (subject to suitable hardware). When you've finished using Knoppix, simply restart. Your computer will return to your regular system, and it will behave as if nothing has happened. Knoppix is Free Software and open source under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence (GPL).

This beginner-friendly book is designed to help with these situations:

* You can't start Windows! Disaster? Possibly not. It is often possible to rescue files using Knoppix from crashed Windows computers, even when Windows cannot be started. This guide takes you step by step through the process.
* You are curious about Linux, and you want to discover what all the fuss is about.
* You want a useful guide to help you get started with Knoppix."


ResuLinux 2.9rv8

ResuLinux-Todo o poder do mundo Linux, Resumido numa só distribuição!

ISO do ResuLinux2.9rv8 para vcs baixarem SE quiserem….
69acaf3240126be4f847dbd253599d1f ResuLinux2.9rv8.iso


Torrents do ResuLinux2.9rv8

Após baixarem, usem 2 script:

O instalador do smxi , para instalar a NVidia com o comando sgfxi…..
O instalador do Compiz, para vcs terem o compiz rodando perfeito na sua placa 3D, Intel ou Nvdia,,,,,

Tb irei tão logo possível, liberar a minha versão do ResuLinux, que nada mais é do que tudo que gosto ja instalado , configurado,e personalizado, com muitos pacotes e aplicativos ( um exagero na verdade kkk ), mas sera somente pra quem quiser baixar cerca de 1.9Gb……de poder de fogo!!!

Caso queiram contribuir com o projeto, e receber em casa a mídia Personalizada, o valor sera de R$ 20,00 ( o envio inclui 1 CD do ResuLinux + 1 Cd de Aplicativos: jogos, jogos 3D, programas , recursos, ferramentas, tutoriais, etc…. )
Receba os seus antes do novo k4,,,,,!!!




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