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Asturix OS was an adaptation of Ubuntu for Asturian language users It is no longer maintained

During its lifespan, this Linux distribution received some media exposure and was reviewed by Jon "maddog" Hall's blog at Linux Magazine1 and the Asturian newspaper La Nueva España2

Asturix used a logo derived from the triskelion, which is used by many institutions, including another unrelated Linux distribution, Trisquel


Asturix 1 RC 2 Asturix 2 Business Asturix 3 Asturix 3 showing the netbook launcher

In 2008, Asturix was launched as AsturLinux This name was the same as that of an existing Linux association, so the project was renamed Astur GNU/Linux and later Asturix3 By early 2009, Asturix SO started to be developed Until the third edition of Asturix, there were three versions: Business, Desktop and Lite On 25 February, Asturix 1 Desktop was released, and one month later, the Business version followed4 Asturix was officially presented to the mass media in October, in the Press Club Center of Oviedo5 In November there was an Asturix Installation Party in the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party’s local building, the People’s House6 That party was covered by a reporter from La Nueva España7 Asturix 1 was very similar to Ubuntu, and, consequently, it was criticized for being an “unnecessary fork”

Asturix 2 was released in early 20108 The launch was covered by the regional public television, RTPA and La Nueva España9 A national radio broadcaster, Onda Cero,10 and a regional branch of Televisión Española, covered the story too11 In April, DistroWatch included Asturix in the its list of distributions and reviewed it12

Asturix 2 attracted attention from the Spanish Linux specialty media, including Linux +,1314 Revista Linux1516 and Todo Linux1718 Despite all this support, there were groups of people, mainly in Asturias, that claimed Asturix 2 was only a "remastersys copy" of Ubuntu, and that it didn’t deserve all this promotion19

The third edition of Asturix was released in December 20104 There were only two versions instead of three: the main version named SO and the lightweight version called Lite The main improvements were the addition of face recognition to log in, the use of web apps using Asturix Bridge and Asturix’s own apps, and some SO modifications20 DistroWatch wrote a brief review about it21 At this time, Asturix was presented in Madrid22 and Langreo Asturias23 In July, Asturix took part in the Campus Party Spain Jon "maddog" Hall was interested in the project and a month later he wrote about it in his monthly column of Linux Magazine1 He gave Asturix the last ten minutes of his lecture,24 in which Luis Iván Cuende García Asturix creator presented Asturix On, a web-based desktop environment

Luis Iván Cuende won the Hack Now contest in the under-18 category, an award for the best app or "hack" sponsored by HackFwd25 20 minutos, a Spanish free newspaper, interviewed Iván Cuende about this prize some days later26 and RTPA did the same27 In November 2011, Asturix organized its first event, Youth and Free Culture with Open Source Software,28 sponsored by CENATIC a governmental organization29 which was covered by La Nueva España30 and announced at the page of Creative Commons Spain31

In January 2012 the final version of Asturix was released It featured Asturix On and retained Asturix's own apps as found in the previous edition32 Due to the addition of Asturix On,33 DistroWatch undertook another review and the editor, Jesse Smith, described it as a "mixed bag"34 It was reviewed by some blogs, including one English-speaking, Hectic Geek,3536 though most were Spanish blogs, like Genbeta Asturix was also featured on Televisión Española twice in this period3738


  1. ^ a b Jon maddog Hall 2011-09-26 "Luis Iván Cuende García demonstrates the power of Free Software and the determination of a fiftee" Linux Magazine Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  2. ^ La Nueva España "Asturix, tecnología made in Langreo - La Nueva España - Diario Independiente de Asturias" Lnees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  3. ^ "Asturix: el proyecto libre y abierto de todos" Esscribdcom Retrieved 2013-06-18 Al principio se utiliza AsturLinux pero ya existe una asociación de usuarios de Linux con ese nombre Se cambia a Astur GNU/Linux 
  4. ^ a b "Calendario" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  5. ^ La Nueva España 2009-10-16 "Cuende: "El software libre es el primer paso para un conocimiento solidario" - La Nueva España - Diario Independiente de Asturias" Lnees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  6. ^ "Asturix Install Party Taller de instalación de Asturix - PSOE" Psoees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  7. ^ La Nueva España 2009-11-29 "Asturix frente a Windows - La Nueva España - Diario Independiente de Asturias" Lnees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  8. ^ Luis Miguel Cuende 2010-02-17 "Asturix: free, open and for everyone: Presentación oficial de Asturix 2" Asturixlinuxblogspotcomes Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  9. ^ La Nueva España "Un prodigio de la tecnología - La Nueva España - Diario Independiente de Asturias" Lnees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  10. ^ http://wwwasturixorg/public/grabaciones/ondacero_asturias_20100216mp3
  11. ^ http://wwwasturixorg/public/videos/medios/20100301_c24havi
  12. ^ "Put the fun back into computing Use Linux, BSD" DistroWatchcom Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  13. ^ "White Papers Home" Revistalinuxnet 2011-06-16 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  14. ^ "en Linux +" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  15. ^ "Asturix, por la comunidad y para la comunidad : Revistalinuxnet, Linux, software libre, Ubuntu, programación" Webarchiveorg 2010-09-08 Archived from the original on 2010-09-08 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  16. ^ "Artículo en RevistaLinux sobre" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  17. ^ "Asturix: por la comunidad y para la comunidad - Dialnet" Dialnetuniriojaes Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  18. ^ "en Todo Linux, artículo de Luis Iván Cuende" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  19. ^ La playina del norte "Pequeña revisión de Asturix" Carballudees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  20. ^ "OS3" Asturix 2012-12-17 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  21. ^ "Put the fun back into computing Use Linux, BSD" DistroWatchcom Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  22. ^ "Watch Rueda de Prensa de Asturix 3 | Asturix Episodes | Videos | Blip" Bliptv 2011-01-02 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  23. ^ "Asturix3, asturix3 kikamperez on USTREAM Conference" Ustreamtv 2010-12-22 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  24. ^ "CPES15 - Jon Maddog" YouTube 2011-07-14 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  25. ^ "HackFwd Blog - HackNow Winner: Luis Iván Cuende" Bloghackfwdcom 2011-09-22 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  26. ^ "Iván Cuende, mejor 'hacker' de Europa: "En clase me piden que 'hackee' cuentas de Tuenti"" 20minutoses Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  27. ^ "RTPA - Noticia: El ovetense Luis Iván Cuende, mejor hacker de Europa menor de 18 años" Rtpaes Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  28. ^ "Youth and Free Culture with Open Source Software" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  29. ^ "Proyecto Asturix organiza "Jóvenes y cultura libre…" jornada patrocinada por CENATIC | CENATIC en red" Cenatices 2011-10-27 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  30. ^ La Nueva España 2011-11-26 "Langreo celebra hoy el I Congreso de jóvenes emprendedores y de la cultura libre - La Nueva España - Diario Independiente de Asturias" Lnees Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  31. ^ "JĂłvenes y Cultura Libre con software de fuentes abiertas - Creative Commons" Escreativecommonsorg Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  32. ^ "4" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  33. ^ "Objectives are met: more than 20,000 Asturix 4 downloads in January 2012" Asturix Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  34. ^ "Put the fun back into computing Use Linux, BSD" DistroWatchcom Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  35. ^ "Asturix OS 4 and "On" Desktop Review" Hecticgeekcom Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  36. ^ "Ubuntu Based Distribution with a Customized Gnome Shell Desktop – Asturix" Hecticgeekcom 2012-01-23 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  37. ^ "in national television TVE" Asturix Archived from the original on 9 July 2013 Retrieved 2013-06-18 
  38. ^ "by Luis Ivan Cuende, header in Telediario, Rtve News" Asturix Archived from the original on 13 December 2013 Retrieved 2013-06-18 

External linksedit

  • "Official website archives" Archived from the original on 2013-07-27 Retrieved 2013-07-29 

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