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50 Most Eye-catching Linux Distro Logos of All Time

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I took some time to look at several Linux distribution logos, and then decided to collect 50 of them that caught my eyes. I not only picked those that are well-known and good-looking, but also those that looked weird and ugly.

Without any more delay, here they are in no particular order:


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