MuyComputer our colleagues say, this distribution has been developed in the laboratories of the Air Force and U.S. Department of Defense. LPS is a small Linux distribution designed for insurance purposes and boot from CD or optical drives USB flash drives at any computer with x86 platform.
market share of Linux on the desktop Windows monopoly by Microsoft, government relationship with Linux is wide , from the Red Flag Chinese, Turkish or Russian Pardus on track to move its entire infrastructure to Linux and free software.
also the U.S. administration especially the military where the most popular operating system is the Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) sponsored by the National Security Agency. Lightweight Portable Security The Air Force is on the line but is focused on security in telecommuting as it runs from read-only media no local facilities or writes.
has several variants, allowing remote access private to an organization’s private network and the public version, the first of its kind released by the U.S. administration. LPS is a very simple interface based on the IceWM window manager and includes a minimum of applications: Firefox 3.6, editor Leafpad architects, and clients and Citrix XenApp OpenSSF to access remote desktops.
also OpenOffice office suite and Adobe Acrobat into a more complete version, a manager with easy to use encryption. It is a version for all users but it is worth having a distribution carrying in your pocket and run secure on virtually any computer on the market.
can download the distribution from this link, and you have more data on this distribution for instance in the PDF document in English that you can find here, in addition to the official website of the same.