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The Bayanihan project was initiated by the Open Source Group in Advanced Science and Technology Institute last October 2001. This was the first initiative of the group in Open Source Technology. Its goal was to provide the best alternative desktop solution to Filipinos. In details, it aims to provide a better hardware support, operation simplicity, speed, efficiency, stability and Windows portability.

Related Links: Bayanihan Linux Forum, Bayanihan Linux Reviews, Bayanihan Linux Screencasts, Official website
Supported Architectures: 386, 486, 586, 686
Related Topics: Desktop

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The Bayanihan project was initiated by the Open Source Group in Advanced Science and Technology Institute last October 2001. This was the first initiative of the group in Open Source Technology. Its goal was to provide the best alternative desktop solution to Filipinos. In details, it aims to provide a better hardware support, operation simplicity, speed, efficiency, stability and Windows portability.


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