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Little girl friendly versions of Linux (or themes for Linux) [closed]

Little girl friendly versions of Linux (or themes for Linux) [closed]

I'm going to install Linux on a PC for a daughter (age 7) of a friend of mine. I recently came across Hannah Montana Linux. The parents don't want a commercially branded thing going on, so no Hannah Montana. But I was wondering if there were other Linux distributions - or desktop themes - that would be cool for a 7-year-old girl.

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Guest [Entry]

"QIMO 4 Kids

Qimo is a desktop operating system
designed for kids. Based on the open
source Ubuntu Linux desktop, Qimo
comes pre-installed with educational
games for children aged 3 and up.

Or Edubuntu, ""Linux for Young Human Beings"" (Ubuntu customised for educational use):

And slightly off-topic: OOo4Kids is an educational project. The idea is to provide software for 7 to 12-year-olds, based on OpenOfficedotorg source code, say, extremely simplified."
Guest [Entry]

Just to record it here, there is also a pink fluffy theme for KDE 4.