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DukeofURL: Libranet Linux 1.90

Apr 24, 2001, 21:05 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Daniel Christle)

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"Libranet is a distribution based on the venerable Debian distribution. In addition to the stock Debian 2.2r2 release, Libranet comes with kernel 2.4.2, XFree86 4.0.2, ReiserFS, and KDE 2.1. What this means for the average user is that they get the stability and tradition of Debian GNU/Linux coupled with the latest releases of the major software packages. GNOME is also represented by version 1.2, a welcome upgrade to the more traditional 1.054 release found in the original Debian 2.2 (Potato) release."

"Libranet Linux is a product of Libra Computer Systems Ltd., a UNIX systems developer located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A relative newcomer to the Linux world they have become known for providing one of the strongest Debian-based distributions. At version 1.90 they have not had many releases of their software, yet they already they have garnished a reputation for excellence. They have a strong commitment to Linux..."

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