Called SimplyMepis or as it was called, Mepis. A Debian based Linux. It shares a huge libray of installable things, Debian repositories. Debian are the directory structures and paths as such that Ubunto uses. Which means there are lots of reliable and easy to make work stuff which you can use that are "Debian based." ALong with the nice, common root and path and structure type thing, uh. SimplyMepis has a ton of software available. SimplyMepis is made to be "easy to set up and easy to use." And better yet, it IS easy to setup and easy to use. I read the designer team considered EASE to be a paramount paradigm thingy. This flavour of Linus is aWsome. I have never seen anything like it. If you know ANYTHING about the Linux world, you will know from long experiance that "ease of use" is usually, for one reason or another, bullshit. For a regular user, IE a nonhacker: There always seems something that won't work in a linux box. No matter what you do... Well, this Simply Mepis isn't like that. You should wiki it and check out their web site. They speak truth. Bye: I will stop now.