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Dzongkha Debian Linux updated for the Bhutanese people

At August 28th 2007, the Research Division of Department of Information and Technology (DIT) of the Bhutanese Ministry of Information and Communications updated its Dzongkha Debian Linux from the previous Dzongkha Linux 1.0 launched in June 2006.
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According to Pema Geyleg, head developer of the Dzongkha Debian Linux, the launch of the Dzongkha Debian Linux marks Bhutan’s move towards free and open source software. Linux is a free operating system and we customised the Debian Linux according to the need of our Dzongkha users, he said. Since Debian Linux is recognised worldwide, we encourage people to use it.

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