An Apple-Linux...
I gonna paint a Tux next to the apple on my screen.
EVERYTHING i want works, sound, banking, Office, PDF-Files, in other words, i am pleased.
Now i wait until the final and its gonna be more easy because i now what to do... Even fill in my tax-form on web. ( No paper, no stamps ) Ready in five minutes.
Can not say it enough... Thanks Mr. Warren - Mepis !
And thanks also to the Forum where i always can count on help if needed, its because of You all i have learned to work with Linux-Mepis.


This is by far has been the best distro I have ever tried (and I have tried A LOT of them) also the best KDE distro I have used, whatever steroids they are putting into the custom mepis kernel to get this kind of snappiness bogles my mind.

I am running Mepis on my laptop and LOVE IT (good job everyone). I like it so much that I am seriously thinking about making a donation and I think I want to roll my sleeves up and help the project where I can....Ive never made packages before but its probably not super hard and I think I could probably help there and on artwork too.

this distro has everything I have been desperately looking for....built on debian stable (not testing, sid, or another fork that will remain nameless) but has all the media codecs & flash working out of the box. Also kudos on getting fullscreen flash to perform the way it does...best I have EVER seen from linux :)


I have worked in the industry as a consultant and programmer for too many years to want to think about it (but it's over 30!). A lot of my work was done with Berkely and SCO Unix, so when I got a computer for home use I used SCO, but I had multi-boot as there were things in Windows I was familiar with, and needed to use. But some 18 months ago I took the plunge and went to Mepis Linux. It's simply fantastic.

But the point of this post - I have finally got around to looking in depth at some of the KDE utilities in depth. Many stand out as extremely good, and I no longer have those massive manuals that give the options for cpand so on, in fact I just put 18 inches of manuals in the re-cycling.

But to the point of this post - AMAROK. It's truly an amazing piece of programming. I think I was pretty good at what I did, but if I had ever written anything like this, I would have been proud indeed, and doubled my rates!

Why anyone would want to pay for Micro**** when there's functions like this in Linux depresses me as to the human condition. Truly beautiful programming, thankyou for a wonderful product.


Beginning with my first tentative attempts with MEPIS in 2003 through my wholesale transition in 2006 and since, the friendly and knowledgeable MEPIS Community answered all my questions and provided all the assistance I've ever needed. Computing became fun again, and I've never looked back

SimplyMEPIS version 11 carries on with the MEPIS tradition of providing a user-friendly, Debian-based operating system, featuring the KDE desktop environment. Coupled with the most up-to-date applications specifically packaged for MEPIS by the MEPIS Community Packaging Team, it provides the best of both worlds: the stability of Debian and the latest & greatest in open-source applications, topped off with the renowned "MEPIS Magic".


I am fascinated by the power of Linux and Mepis in particular. I have been using Mepis exclusively for 6 or 7 years and installing each new version is an adventure. I have found that after a new install--after basic configuration of such items as time zone, printer, browser, multimedia and installing a few favorite apps--that as specific needs arise, I research the Mepis manuals, wiki, forums and community to find what I need and install the necessary packages and apps.
In many forums on the Internet, help and advice is given to amateurs by amateurs or the blind leading the blind. In the Mepis documentation and those giving advice and help there are seasoned experts that give solid, sound, to-the-point help that gets problems solved in short order. There are very few false leads. Many don't realize the power of Mepis and its community. The Mepis community makes even a late comer to computers feel like an "expert" in my own small world of limited knowledge and understanding. I take my hat off to all who are committed to this exciting endeavor.