Baltix project is GNU/Linux distribution, based on Debian and Ubuntu for Lithuanian and Latvian people.
Supported languages are Lithuanian, Latvian, Estionian, Russian, English, Norwegian and other around Baltic region. Main language is Lithuanian (at least for now).
Baltix GNU/Linux is the installable Live CD (starting from 2005, Baltix uses Ubuntu Live CD technology, which is based on Debian-installer components) with Gnome (some version has KDE too) desktops and with user-friendly installer (currently has 2 installers - debian text mode installer (look at http://launchpad.net/products/live-installer/ and http://gnome-ev.de/index.php/GNOME_LiveCD/Documentation/LiveCDInstaller ) and graphical installer Ubuntu-express (http://launchpad.net/products/ubuntu-express/).
Addition packages comparing with Ubuntu are:
· Educational software for kids and adults, including GCompris, TuxPaint, Celestia (space simulator), etc.
· Interesting and funny games, including Pingus, Frozen-Bubble, TuxKart, PlanetPenguin Racer
· Vector graphic, CAD and diagram drawing software, including Inkscape, QCAD and Dia
· Few resources consuming window manager (curently IceWM)
· Posibility to run lots of software, compiled for Windows OS
· Clipart, CAD and office documents templates
· Lots of other packages, which are usefull for Lithuanian and other Baltic people, including OpenDict, various spelling dictionaries, etc.
Baltix has an automatic installation (autoinstall) feature - it can be installed into computer in about 10 minutes without user intervention.