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OS familyDebian
Working stateDefunct
Source modelOpen source
Kernel typeMonolithic kernel
LicenseFree software licenses
(mainly GNU GPL)

DeMuDi (Debian Multimedia Distribution) was a Linux distribution based on Debian with improvements for music, sound and video production.

DeMuDi was developed by the AGNULA Project, a European Union funded project to improve access to multimedia software, and was also known as A/DeMuDi, with A standing for Agnula.

When funding stopped volunteers continued to work on the project for a short time, but now it is part of the Debian Multimedia Project.

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