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linuxbbq-ewenetak.iso 2013-08-20 722.5 MB 0
linuxbbq-doctor.iso 2013-08-13 526.4 MB 0
linuxbbq-coal64.iso 2013-08-06 441.5 MB 0
linuxbbq-coal32.iso 2013-08-01 482.3 MB 0
README 2013-08-01 1.1 kB 0
linuxbbq-elitist64.iso 2013-06-15 529.5 MB 0
linuxbbq-enough64.iso 2013-06-15 660.6 MB 0
linuxbbq-elitist32.iso 2013-06-14 601.9 MB 0
Totals: 8 Items   4.0 GB
LinuxBBQ Coal i686 Distribution Release LinuxBBQ is glad to announce the immediate availability of LinuxBBQ Coal, a release featuring the LXDE desktop environment, based on Debian's unstable and experimental branches. "Coal" is a snapshot of July 30, 2013 and the update of our previous LXDE Base called "Trollinger". The kernel in use is at version 3.10 and comes directly from siduction's repositories. Notable changes to previous versions are systemd (at version 204), lower dependency count due to absence of gtk-3 packages, the removal of LightDM as display manager, the addition of several CLI applications and BBQ Tools, and several improvements and bugfixes. The main purpose of "Coal" is to provide a lean, but functional base system for those who want to build up their system by themselves and for those who want to create a redistributable remaster. Bugfixes: - obsolete entries in menu removed - .bashrc and .profile files fixed - .xinitrc populated for the skeleton - bbqwall now downloads both png and jpg - unset wallpaper - shopper tool redirected
Source: README, updated 2013-08-01

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