KDE Desktop Environment DEFINITION: MEPIS (pronounced MEHP-us) is a Linux distribution that includes the K Desktop Environment (KDE) based on the Trolltech Qt toolkit; it also includes the ClamAV anti-virus program. MEPIS was originally released in 2003 by Warren Woodford, who built it to satisfy his own desire for a simple, user-friendly platform that incorporated the functions he found most useful. MEPIS was developed based on Debian,
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