Red Star OS
Red Star OS (Korean: 붉은별) is a North Korean Linux distribution, with development first starting in 1998 at the Korea Computer Center (KCC).
1st Screen (2008)
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Screen: Over a blurry blue/black background, we see the Red Star OS logo with the Korean text in white, and a stylized star in red. The text "사용자용제계 1.0판" is shown in transparent below.
Availability: Near extinction. This was used on the first version of Red Star OS. So far, no copies of it have surfaced online besides a few screenshots.
2nd Screen (2009)
Screen: Over an abstract light blue background, we see the revamped Red Star OS logo, with the text now being in red, and the design of the star being changed to include a wing-like streak. "사용자용제계 2.0판" is shown below in white.
- Startup: A calm 5-note theme.
- Shutdown: A 3-note piano theme.
Availability: Extremely rare outside North Korea. It is seen on version 2.0 of the OS.
3rd Screen (2012)
Screen: Over a gray background, we see the Red Star OS logo from before appear in the center. After a while, a loading circle (like in the macOS startup) appears below.
Technique: Computer animation.
Availability: Extremely rare outside North Korea. It is seen on version 3.0 of the OS.