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MoonOS is a complete, Ubuntu-based distribution

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moonOS is a complete, Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the LXDE and Enlightenment 17 desktop managers and imaginative, original artwork.

A project created and designed by Cambodian artist Chanrithy Thim, moonOS is intended as an operating system for any desktop, laptop or virtual machine.

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As well as using the Enlightenment window manager, moonOS includes a wide variety of applications and daemons[citation needed] (a computer program that runs in the background), much of which is different than what is included in Ubuntu, however it retains the capability to run GNOME binaries. Applications included are:

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