DesktopLinux: PCLinuxOS Gets Its Own Website
Jan 28, 2006, 13:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"PCLinuxOS, a three-year-old LiveCD desktop Linux distribution
that originated as a fork of Mandrake, now has its own website.
PCLinuxOS.com went live earlier this week. 'We now have a home of
our own, thanks to the support from donations received last month,'
distro founder 'Texstar' wrote.
"PCLinuxOS incorporates a KDE desktop and can work together with
a USB key (or thumbdrive) to save configuration and personal data,
making it a 'LiveMove' distribution as well, according to the