uOS was a complete Operating System that can be configured and build in a flexible way. uOS was first used in November 2002. It was very new and there are lots of kinks to work out. Although we aim to make uOS usable by everyeone it currently requires Unix expertise to install and to run.
Stampede Linux ceases development: "Well, unfortunately this year hasn't turned out as productive as we originally hoped. It is with regret that I inform everyone that Stampede Linux is ceasing development for an unspecified amount of time." The full sad story is on the Stampede's web site. The depressing news item lacks any vision, but to sum it up - there has not been a new release of Stampede Linux for over a year and there won't be any for some time to come, if ever. The last version (0.90) is still available for download and supported on IRC. Is this the end of another distro?
3CX Phone System is a specialist, Debian-based Linux distribution designed to run a complete unified communications platform. The 3CX client, included in the distribution, can also be installed separately on most hardware as well as the cloud. It provides a complete open standards-based IP PBX and phone system that works with popular SIP trunks and IP phones. It will automatically configure all supported peripherals and it also comes with clients for Windows, OS X, iOS and Android. The ISO image includes a free license for the 3CX PBX edition. The ISO image contains the standard Debian installer which installs a minimal system with the nginx web server, PostgreSQL database, iptables firewall and Secure Shell. Options not relevant to 3CX have been removed from the distribution. Download the installation ISO image from here: debian-9.2.1-amd64-netinst-3cx.iso (324MB).