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* [http://www.bosslinux.in BOSS GNU/Linux] is an Indian Version of Linux developed at C-DAC,Chennai,India.BOSS acronym for Bharath Operating System Solutions provides Indian language support and additional features such as BossBulkDocument Converter, Boss Presentation Tool, SCIM, Plug-n-Play device support,Automounting of all existing operating systems,BharateeyaaOO for OpenOffice with multiple Indian language support.BOSS is LSB 3.1 certified by FSG.BOSS uses d-i and the team found it really flexible enough to work with.BOSS Team will be proud to contribute to d-i and debian community as a whole.BOSS cds can be downloaded from http://bosslinux.in/BOSS/BOSS-Tarang/    
 * [http://www.bosslinux.in BOSS GNU/Linux] is an Indian Version of Linux developed at C-DAC,Chennai,India.BOSS acronym for Bharath Operating System Solutions provides Indian language support and additional features such as BossBulkDocument Converter, Boss Presentation Tool, SCIM, Plug-n-Play device support,Automounting of all existing operating systems,BharateeyaaOO for OpenOffice with multiple Indian language support.BOSS is LSB 3.1 certified by FSG.BOSS uses d-i and the team found it really flexible enough to work with.BOSS Team will be proud to contribute to d-i and debian community as a whole.BOSS cds can be downloaded from http://bosslinux.in/BOSS/BOSS-Tarang/
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 * [http://lihuen.linti.unlp.edu.ar/index.php/Portada Lihuen GNU/Linux] is an argentinian Debian Lenny-based distribution developed at the LINTI by students of the National University of La Plata, focused on education and low-level users. It adapted d-i giving it a new graphic theme and used preseeding to avoid localization options and low-level matters. Then it used debian-cd to create the ISO images.

This is a page for tracking how DebianInstaller is being used by third parties in custom images and other distributions.

If you have produced a customised image based on the DebianInstaller, please add it here. ["DebianInstaller/Modify"], ["DebianInstaller/Build"], ["DebianCustomCD"], and ["DebianInstaller/Preseed"] are useful resources.