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Introducing Foreskin Linux

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If you like changing the look of your desktop every 5 minutes, then a new distribution might just be for you.

Developers Rod Boehner and Arnold Sachnusem have come up with a new distribution called Foreskin Linux. Head developer Boehner told Linux Online that the distribution, based on Foresight Linux , is aimed at those with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD, ADD).

"We really wanted something that was easy to change. We wanted a system that looked like you were working with a different computer every couple of minutes", Sachnusem commented.

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