Linux For Everyone

Linux Has Never Been Easier.

Are you from Windows or Mac? Are you tired of looking for expensive programs to do your job? Well, you are at the right place to solve your problems. You will be able to produce immediately with a nice and clean interface, all commands and utilities are well visible and ready. You will have an application center full of everything you need and want to install. The usability of the system is very simple for those coming from Windows. You can try it live before installing it, and if you like it in less than 10 minutes, you can have it as an operating system. For years you will have no problems and safe updates. Office 360 has all the support that Ubuntu LTS distros get for many years and having the original Ubuntu repositories will ensure that you won't have any compatibility issues and will always work, even if the project is abandoned for any reason. This concept of the original Ubuntu repositories serves to guarantee the continuity of software and hardware updates, without risking library incompatibilities and giving the stability and certainty that everything will work over the years. A primary aspect for a company or a professional who uses Linux for work or as a primary operating system. If you like Ubuntu, but don't want to install all the codecs, libraries and dependencies you'll have to work with, as well as themes and all post-installation configurations… this operating system is for you.
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Linux Office 360

It is an operating system designed for small businesses and offices. Very nice to look at and simple to use, whether you come from Linux, Windows or Mac. Without unnecessary frills, it is equipped with all the necessary software to start working even live. You will find everything in the right place and above all where you expect it to be. The learning curve is lightning fast and you will be productive right away.

Office 360 is not a collection of Ubuntu-based programs, everything is configured and ready to use in the best way, with all existing plugins and with all possible extensions. You will find installed and working parts of the program that do not exist in other distributions and that take days to find, install and configure. You don't need to be a programmer or an expert user to use Office 360, just install it and start producing.

This operating system was built on top of Ubuntu and is 100% compatible with any Ubuntu LTS command, package, or update. Office 360 has the Cinnamon desktop, elegant, uncluttered and consistent. Don't worry about keeping the system up to date, everything is automatic and managed by the operating system. No system crashes or programs that no longer start due to incompatibilities with the basic distribution. A safe system to work with in the best possible way. This fully featured and completely free to use operating system is made for you. Good work.

Ready To Produce

Linux for everyone, immediately ready and beautiful.

Unlimited, free, encrypted and personal sync.
Professional support for offices and businesses.
Many applications are exclusively on Office 360, tools and libraries.
Extended security maintenance (ESM) support until 2032 (by Ubuntu)
Hardware support and maintenance updates until 2027 (by Ubuntu)
You will be able to install and use the Real Time kernel with just one click.
Video guides for those who need a simple explanation and want to help the project.
The simplicity of this system is that everything is configured, optimized and installed for you.
Everything you need for a desktop computer, office suite, image, video and audio viewers and processors.
You won't have to spend days, weeks or months optimizing, finding, downloading, installing libraries and configuring.
Great support on the net. All tutorials, support groups and blogs with guides and help for Ubuntu are also compatible with Office 360.
Over 3,500 installed fonts, real-time synchronization between the work group or simply between your devices, Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, iOS.
The Office 360 operating system offers you the solidity and security of Ubuntu, with all its updates and programs, plus you'll find everything optimized.
We managed to do this keeping a low consumption of resources without giving up the graphical beauty and ease of use using almost everywhere preconfigured tools and graphical interface.

If you've never used Linux because it's difficult and messy, well now is the time to switch to Linux.


Management And Organizers

Network File Sharing

Wi-Fi And Cloud Private


Full Suite Office

University Students

Everything You Need To Study


PDF Editor And O.C.R. Suite

Journalists And Writers

Screenplay And Translators

Applications Ready To Use



Office Free On Line


PDF Editor


Firefox / Evolution


Sync Home




Remote Desktop


Mouse Management


Office 360

Roger Office Radio Station

Special version of Office 360 with everything you need for a station Amateur Radio.

Linux Ham Radio Office 360. A complete suite of software for the amateur radio Rig Control with full command support for Yaesu, ICOM, Kenwood, Elecraft, Ten-Tec, FlexRadio etc. QSO logging, supports DXing, monitoring and integration of digital modes with WSJT-X, digital modes for RTTY, PSK31 and many more. Rotator control for azimuth and azimuth/elevation rotors from Yaesu, HyGain, Green Heron, M2, AlfaSpid, Easycom, Idiom Press, Fox Delta. Satellite communications with facility frequency adjustment for Doppler and az/el tracking of antennas . GPL Software License.

Gpsman: A GPS manager.
Qsstv: Slow-scan TV and fax.
Qtel: SM0SVX Echolink for Linux.
Gpsdrive: Car navigation system.
Gpsdlabe: Car navigation system.
Cwcp: Ncurses frontend to unixcw.
Ax25: AX25 ham radio applications.
Cw: Command-line frontend to unixcw.
Xcall: Packet radio program for X/GTK.
Fbb: F6FBB Packet radio mailbox and utilities.
CHIRP: Tool programming your amateur radio.
Xdx: DX-cluster tcp/ip client for amateur radio.
Multimon: Linux Radio Transmission Decoder.
Xlog: Logging program for Hamradio Operators.
Gpsmanshp: Tcl interface to shapelib and GPS.
Gmfsk: Multi-mode terminal for HF/amateur radio.
Soundmodem: Sound Card  Packet Radio Modems.
Acfax: Receive faxes using your radio and sound card.
Cwdaemon: Morse daemon for the parallel  serial port.
Wfview: Control and visualize data from amateur radios.
Gcb: Utility to calculate long and short path to a location.
Hamlib: Utilities to support the hamlib radio control library.
Ax25spyd: AX.25 traffic analyzer, dumper and spy daemon.
Baycomepp: Drivers for the HB9JNX packet radio epp mode.
Baycomusb: Drivers for the HB9JNX packet radio usb mode.
PyQSO: PyQSO is a logging tool for amateur radio operators.
Xastir: X Amateur Station Tracking and Information Reporting.
Glabels: Label and business card creation program for GNOME.
Glfer: Program for reception and transmission of QRSS/DFCW signals.
Aprsd: Internet Gateway for the Automatic Position Reporting System.
Ax25-tools: AX-25 tool for configuring ports using AX.25 Net/ROM or ROSE.
Ax25-xtools: X versions for configuring ports using AX.25 Net/ROM or ROSE.
Fccexam: Fccexam is an interactive study guide for  FCC commercial radio exams.
Dire: Wolf Dire Wolf is a software "soundcard" modem/TNC and APRS encoder/decoder.
Gqrx: Software defined radio receiver implemented using GNU Radio and the Qt GUI toolkit.
Hamexam: Interactive study tool for the 3 USA FCC amateur radio (ham radio) question pools.
Twpsk: Twpsk uses a soundcard to receive and transmit PSK31, an extremely narrow band HF-mode.
Fldigi: Modem program which supports most of the digital modes used by hamradio operators today.
FreeDV: Digital voice mode intended for transmission and reception over high-frequency (HF) radio.
Comptty: Used to compare two RTTY streams. It's comparison function uses a linear-programming technique.
Comptext: Used to compare two text streams.  It's comparison function uses a linear-programming technique.
Flar: Fldigi is a modem program which supports most of the digital modes used by hamradio operators today.
Js8call: S8 Digital Mode for providing weak signal keyboard to keyboard messaging to Amateur Radio Operators.
CuteSdr: The CuteSDR application's primary purpose is for spawning custom applications or for educational use.
Welle: This is an open source DAB and DAB+ software defined radio with support for rtl-sdr (RTL2832U) and airspy.
Flrig: Fraphical ham radio transceiver control program designed to be used either stand-alone or as an adjunct to fldigi.
Flwrap: Small desktop application that encapsulates a text file, an image file, or a binary file within a set of identifier blocks.
AOFlagger: AOFlagger is a tool that can find and remove radio-frequency interference (RFI) in radio astronomical observations.
AOQPlot: The AOFlagger is a tool that can find and remove radio-frequency interference (RFI) in radio astronomical observations.
QDMR: Qdmr is a Qt5 application to program DMR radios. DMR is a digital modulation standard used in amateur and commercial radio.
GNU: Radio Companion  Graphical tool for creating signal flow graphs and generating flow-graph source code with the GNU Radio framework.
Flamp: r AMP or Amateur Multicast Protocol. An FLAMP session will transmit one or more files with one or more iterations of the transmission.
CubicSDR:  Software-Defined Radio application which allows you to navigate the radio spectrum and demodulate any signals you might discover.
KLog: Logging program application supports logging for HF, VHF and sats operations. Supports many features like QSL, DXCC, IOTA, WAZ and awards.
Grig: Graphical user interface to the Ham Radio Control Libraries, which lets you control your communication radios antenna rotators  personal computer.
Psk31lx: Terminal program a built in phase scope and spectrum analyzer to aid in signal tuning. It uses a sound card to receive and transmit PSK31 tone.
Wsjtx:  Radio communication protocols or called as well as one called Echo for detecting and measuring your own radio signals reflected from the Moon.
Flmsg: Management editor for the  radio supported standard message formats, including ICS, HICS, MARS, IARU, Radiogram NTS, Red Cross, and plaintext. Aggregator: Protocols called FST4, FST4W, FT4, FT8, JT4, JT9, JT65, Q65, MSK144, and WSPR, as well as one called Echo signals reflected from the Moon.
Xnec2c: The original nec2c is a non-interactive application that reads standard NEC2 input files and produces an output file with data requested by  input file.
Manual Baofeng UV-5R
Manual Baojie BJ-218

One Linux distribution for all amateur radio needs.
If you've never used Linux because it's difficult and messy, well now is the time to switch to Linux.

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