Trisquel GNU/Linux - Free Software and Gorgeous
Oct 03, 2011, 11:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Barnaby for this link.
"Trisquel is available for i686 and x86_64 architectures, and is
drawing from both Debian and Ubuntu, a fact which became
immediately apparent when booting. To celebrate Software Freedom
Day 5.0 was released on 17th September which has become an annual
tradition for the project. The main and so far only edition was
using GNOME, but since 4.5.1 in May this year there's also a
Trisquel Mini edition using LXDE, and we have been promised that a
KDE using image for 5.0 is on the way. For more advanced needs like
disk encryption, RAID/LVM or server setups a netinstall image is
also available. Since I have a 64-bit capable machine I downloaded
the CD sized image trisquel_5.0_amd64.iso (696 MB)."