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DistroWatch: Distributions, February 16, 2004

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Lorma Linux 4.1

"This new release fixes most of the bugs encountered on Lorma Linux 4.0; a new and improved GUI interface to synaptic when upgrading packages and problems were fixed..."

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INSERT 1.2.2

"2004-02-13 v1.2.2. The latest virus database for clamav has been added; the floppy boot image has been removed; instead, a small script and syslinux provide the functionality to generate the boot disk from the files already on the CD..."

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Mandows 1.5

"The new version fixes several bugs from the previous release and includes support for ACPI and ECI modems. Many new packages have been added, including mmbox, gFTP, MPlayer, alsamixergui, GCDmaster, QTParted, Synaptic, Samba, Apache, Grip, xawtv, BitTorrent and others..."

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Skolelinux pr46

"Major changes since pre45: upgraded boot floppy to the latest version; upgraded installed kernel from 2.4.22 to 2.4.24; improved detection and handling of PCMCIA on laptops..."

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Knoppix 3.3-2004-02-16

"V3.3-2004-02-16 (more updates and bugfixes). Updated /etc/X11/Xsession to fix X-Login on installed version; updated pcitable for nforce ethernet chipsets; timezone fix from Tim Pope..."

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Puppy Linux 0.8.2

"Puppy v0.8.2 released. Bluefish v0.7 is now in Puppy, not as an external package but in-built. Now there is an incredible choice of HTML editors..."

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AL-AMLUG Live CD 0.4.2

"Packages upgrade: KDE-3.2, kernel-2.4.24, etc; new packages: Mozilla (replaced Opera), Flash & Java plugins, gFTP, and MPlayer..."

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Trustix Secure Linux 2.1 BETA 1

"Samba with kerberos in an Active Directory environment; the new BIND package structure (with better support for rndc and zone xfers); we've introduced IBM's stack smashing protector patch to GCC in this release, and like all changes to the compiler toolset..."

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