Apartheid Linux 14 codenamed «Houston Stewart Chamberlain» [after an obscure nineteenth-century "racialist writer"] is now available for download.
AL14 differs from most distributions of GNU/linux out there. Like Arch and Gentoo it does not have fixed releases, but can be continually upgraded. And unlike Arch or Gentoo, AL14 can be run by users with little or no prior experience with GNU/Linux.
It can be booted from a CD and tested without touching your hard drive.
AL14 is optimized to run on as much hardware as possible. It features the LXDE desktop environment and the Faenza icon theme.
Rightfully banned on LinuxTracker this shocking distro contains images such as this:
Edited by Barney, 04 July 2012 - 00:47. Reason: Took out links so we don't promote this....