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Software in Review: Hacking Xandros Desktop Home 4.0

Jul 14, 2006, 01:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jem Matzan)


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"Xandros Desktop Home Premium Edition is the most complete desktop GNU/Linux distribution on the market today, but it still has a few holes in it. If you want to play commercial DVD movies, use an unsupported wireless network card, watch WMV video clips, or install software that isn't in Xandros Networks, the default install will not be sufficient. This guide will show you how to add all of these capabilities to your Xandros Desktop Home Edition 4.0 installation.

"There are many thousands of programs available in the Debian package repositories, and most Debian-based GNU/Linux distributions (like Xandros) should be able to access them..."

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