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"The Caos team of developers and contributors from Infiscale are proud to announce the public release of Caos Linux NSA version 1. Caos Linux is a community-managed and openly-maintained distribution of Linux focusing on areas where Linux naturally leads and excels: high performance computation (HPC), servers (especially LAMP and general web), and custom appliances (such as file servers and firewalls). This release identifies the stabilization and validation of the core operating system, fully tested on some of the world's fastest public and private systems and architectures. Careful tweaking and optimizations have resulted in a very streamlined, light-weight operating system still suitable for a large spectrum of uses, from simple desktops to petaflop supercomputers."