|As with all distributions in the Linux Mausoleum, this distribution is no longer under development and may have unfixed bugs or security issues. Download links (if any) are for reference or research purposes only.|
| Founded:||2000? (edit)|
|Release Date:||September 13, 2004 (edit)|
|Next Release:||unknown (edit)|
|Derivative of:||Caldera OpenLinux (edit)|
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Lycoris has become part of Mandriva. Lycoris used to be known as Redmond Linux. The last version, Desktop L/X 1.4, was released on 13th September 2004.
The corporation was founded in 2000 by Joseph Cheek with a vision of making Linux simple enough for everyone and pioneered the Linux based home-user desktop by offering. Lycoris packaged Open Source applications for the consumer market and integrated them into Desktop/LX, its simple, robust operating system. Lycoris enjoyed amazingly positive press coverage in Time Magazine and other publications.