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                                Welcome to the Klikit wiki!


 

What is Klikit-Linux?

 

Klikit-Linux is an informal project focused on developing a modern, free, user-friendly and fun Linux desktop. It uses the well known, award winning KDE environment. It can run as a LIVE-CD on practically any PC (x86), and can be installed to your hard drive in just a few minutes.

 

Klikit-Linux is based on the latest release of Kubuntu, taking advantage of many of its best features, and then adds its own touch, depending on the desires of the community. The release dates of Klikit-Linux will depend on the stability of the latest Kubuntu packages.

 

Klikit-Linux comes with a collection of applications that will meet most of your daily computer needs, such as office, graphic, multimedia, and  internet work.

 

Klikit-Linux is a true community-driven project. You and the community are, and will always be the main voice behind any decision that is taken building the O.S.

 

Klikit-Linux is and always will be completely free, You will be able to use it, modify it, distribute it and do whatever you want with it.You will always have the freedom of choice.

 

 

 

Comments (18)

woodsmoke said

at 10:58 am on Jun 17, 2007

woah! boy, that was easy.... :)
woodsmoke

Anonymous said

at 11:31 am on Jun 17, 2007

Welcome aboard!!! ;)

Ben said

at 12:44 am on Jun 18, 2007

Hi guys, I'm here too, per my invite. Don't have a clue what I'm doing here though. Gene, is there any possibility I can get a CD friendly install disk for klikit? My DVD burner is malfunctioning. I suspect I'll have top replace it, but don't have the money right now. I'd like to run klikit, and at least provide input on what works, what doesn't, and what could be improved. For now though, I am limited to a CD drive for doing the install. Ben

helmsdeeper said

at 5:03 am on Jun 19, 2007

Welcome guys, glad to see you here!

Brynster said

at 12:34 am on Jun 20, 2007

Woohoo password reset worked.

Ben if you vist http://loscompanion.com/forums/index.php?topic=252.0

on there we have people listed who will send you a copy of klikit. Send a PM to the person closest to you thewy'll sort you out.

geekydude said

at 2:37 pm on Jun 20, 2007

His DVD player/Burner is not working.

Chaks said

at 1:19 am on Jul 5, 2007

ok, added few pages and links in sidebar...do click on show all pages to find them :)

Keith Manley said

at 5:43 am on Jul 13, 2007

revving up to work on the WIKI!!

Linuxratty said

at 5:43 am on Jul 13, 2007

Yo guys!
It worked!
I was so sure I'd muck up and have to hunt down a moderator.

Ben said

at 6:46 am on Jul 13, 2007

Ok! I'm back up to speed. Ready to get started laying things out whenever you all are.

Ben said

at 6:49 am on Jul 13, 2007

I've been running Klikit LE as my main OS for more than a week now. It's been amazingly stable, a couple of minor bugs, and a few things I probably messed up myself, but it looks great. If it doesn't start giving me more problems than it has so far, it will be hard to find things to write wiki articles about.

Ben said

at 4:27 pm on Aug 4, 2007

I discovered that you can simply select the entire content of an existing Wiki article, right-click and choose Copy, then create a new page in the Klikit Wiki, give it an appropriate name, and when the edit window opens, right-click again and choose Paste. The entire article, screenshots and all will be pasted into the new page. Then all you have to do is edit the text, to eliminate references specific to that "other" OS, and save the page, then create a link to your new article on the How tos index page. Could not hardly be any easier! No need to duplicate all the effort put into writing the original article, though in many cases, new screenshots will be in order. Ben

Ben said

at 5:46 pm on Aug 4, 2007

I have pasted in the entire how-tos index page from Xandros Wiki. The links still work and will take you to the existing articles on Xandros Wiki. In many cases, the existing articles can be copied and pasted into a new page on Klikit Wiki just as they are. In some cases you will need to edit the text, and/or replace the screenshots with shots taken from Klikit screens.

Anonymous said

at 1:33 pm on Oct 22, 2007

As I have no time to contribute here, I wanted to personally THANK ALL of you who have done such a WONDERFUL job on this wiki. THANK YOU...

We SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOU.

Harvey

woodsmoke said

at 1:35 pm on Nov 19, 2007

WOAH!
I'm here! Cool Beans!

dowadave@... said

at 1:20 pm on Dec 13, 2007

hope to have a how 2 ready during the xmas hols
as a first time linux user (straight from win xp) l think klikit is just great well done the team and all the best for xmas and the new year

Fragadelic said

at 5:42 am on May 6, 2008

Added a Forum Status page due to a suggestion on the forums and the fact that the forum is now down. Will keep updating it.

woodsmoke said

at 6:33 am on Jul 28, 2008

logged in

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