Bridge Linux is an Arch derivative that includes a GUI and standard applications. It intends to stick with an Arch base and will not fork.
- Xfce, LXDE, Openbox, KDE, and GNOME Desktops
- Classic GNOME2-style Interface Layout In Xfce 4.10
- GTK theme integration for KDE 4.9
- GNOME Shell 3.4
- Low Resource Usage with Bridge Light (~60MB RAM usage)
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