Kororaa was born out of a desire to make Linux easier for new users, while still being useful for experts. The main goal of Kororaa is to provide a complete, easy to use system for general computing.https://kororaa.org/2012/07/kororaa-17-bubbles-released/
you can check it at:https://kororaa.org/files/Kororaa-17-checksums.txt
Burn the ISO image to disk (CD/DVD), or turn it into a Live USB.
If you’re already running a Linux distro, you can easily turn the ISO into a bootable USB stick with the dd command. Using the example below, replace the path to the iso with a real one and change the device (sdX) to your 2GB+ USB stick device (not a partition on it). Note: This will wipe the memory stick!
sudo dd if=/path/to/kororaa.iso of=/dev/sdX && sync
Make sure that the drive has finished writing before you unplug it!
for Windows you can use:https://github.com/downloads/openSUSE/kiwi/ImageWriter.exe