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WOMP!

Last Update: Sunday 28 September 2008 02:29 GMT


WOMP! is a micro Linux distribution focused on multimedia. It takes only 13 to 30MB depending on the selected options on a bootable CD, and allows playing a wide range of multimedia files (video/audio/image) without installing any software on the computer's hard drive. Additionally, WOMP! can also be installed on the hard drive - either to run in memory just like a bootable CD, or to run from a read-only loopback file which is interesting for machines with low memory. It can then be booted either by a floppy boot disk or by a bootable CD. WOMP! uses FrameBuffer for playing videos and X for interacting with the user. Hardware acceleration is provided by vidix. Cards that support vidix include nearly all ATI and Matrox cards, and more recent NVIDIA cards.


WOMP! Summary
Distribution WOMP!
Home Page http://womp.sourceforge.net/
Mailing Lists http://womp.sourceforge.net/contact.html
User Forums --
Documentation http://womp.sourceforge.net/documentation/
Screenshots LinuxScreenshots.org
Download Mirrors http://womp.sourceforge.net/download.html
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Feature 0.6-beta3
Release Date 2005/03/21
Price (US$) Free
CDs 1
Free Download ISO
Installation --
Default Desktop --
Package Management --
Office Suite --
Processor Architecture i386
Journaled File Systems --
Multilingual --
Asian Language Support --

Note: Package version table for WOMP! is not available. Please refer to the distribution's features page for further information.


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