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Aurora Project is an attempt to create a simple and usable Desktop Environment for Linux, to easy the move from another OS to Linux and to liberate the User from system and desktop management. It's written in C++ and requires GTK+ and gtkmm.

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    This project is dead. HOw can anyome like it when there is no .deb files. I mean serriously why do all of you think that we can install it if it is not in a deb. No dependacy list, no way to know if it works. Just put it in a .deb or .rpm for peats lord of fucking sake!

    Posted 06/11/2013
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English, Swedish

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

GTK+, Project is a user interface (UI) system

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