|Full Name||Owena "Interim" Le Blanc|
|Personifies||MCC Interim Linux|
|Developer||Owen Le Blanc|
|Eye Color||Medium dark blue-magenta (#3e3456)|
|Affiliation||Retrograde Conglomerate (Member)|
MCC Interim Linux, released in February 1992, was a Linux distribution developed by Owen Le Blanc from the Manchester Computing Centre (MCC), a part of the University of Manchester. It was specifically created for computer users who were not well-versed in Unix. One of the notable features of MCC Interim Linux was its menu-driven installer, which made the installation process easier for users. This installer allowed users to install both the Linux kernel and a collection of end-user and programming tools. The distribution was distributed on two floppy disks, with additional utility diskettes available.
MCC Interim Linux aimed to make Linux more accessible to a wider audience, particularly those without extensive Unix expertise. The distribution included essential tools for both end users and developers, such as the GNU C compiler, the GNU Debugger, the Bourne shell, and the vi editor.