http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mezzo_(desktop_environment) The distro, Symphony OS, is closed, the websites down. The amazing part about mezzo desktop was that it was a localhost server based html/php/etc desktop. UNR is heading that way, but symphony os was there years ago. I would love to be able to try it out, modify it, redistribute an updated version with the authors permission. Does anyone have a copy of the .deb files for it? I can not find it anywhere. All google searches through pages link back to the down website.
asked 23 Apr '10, 17:34
You can download Symphony OS here >> http://www.amaiko.net/files/linux/symphonyos/SymphonyOne_2008.1_i686.iso.gz
From there, once you've installed the OS to a PC, sudo apt-get install dpkg-repack This will allow you to repackage the *.deb file(s)
I'd start there.
Hereis the md5 checksum http://www.amaiko.net/files/linux/symphonyos/SymphonyOne_2008.1_i686.iso.md5
...and also the torrent if you wish to use that http://www.amaiko.net/files/linux/symphonyos/SymphonyOne_2008.1_i686.iso.torrent
It looks like someone else has been trying to find the *.deb file, back in 2007. http://linuxtoday.com/infrastructure/2009110900535SCMS
Wow, I actually looked for a while to try and find it for you. And I honenstly can't find it anywhere.
Have you tried to contact the developer or dev team? They probably still have some of the stuff.
answered 07 May '10, 06:37