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Parsix 3.7 review

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Parsix is a Linux distribution based on Debian Testing. It is a community distribution with roots in Iran. It is not as popular as other community distributions, but development is active and well.

Parsix comes as installable live DVD ISO images for 32- and 64-bit architectures. Some of the images used in this review were taken from a test installation in a virtual environment, with the rest coming from a test installation on an external hard drive connected to an all-in-one, Intel-powered computer.

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