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First LXQt-Based Lubuntu 17.10 Daily Builds Surface, Here's What It Looks Like

Lubuntu maintainer Simon Quigley was kind enough to inform us today about the availability of the first daily build ISO images of the upcoming Lubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system, with the LXQt desktop environment. The development cycle of the Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system started two months ago when Canonical's Adam Conrad gave the green light to all maintainers and developers involved in the project, and the first Alpha milestone is now approaching fast. Read more

Mageia 6 RC

  • Mageia 6 Reaches Release Candidate Phase
    After being challenged by set backs, Mageia 6 is out in release candidate form.
  • Mageia 6 RC, we are nearly there
    Everyone at Mageia is exceptionally happy and proud to announce the availability of the release candidate of Mageia 6. It has been a long road, but we are at the last step and Mageia 6 is just around the corner.
  • Mageia 6 Linux Distro Reaches RC State, Ships with Linux 4.9 & X.Org Server 1.19
    "The extra time that this release has taken has had one huge benefit: the number of new and exciting additions to Mageia is staggering. They include the now far more mature Plasma to replace KDE4, the DNF and COPR stacks to supplement urpmi, big updates to the major desktops and the other large stacks and components, and lots of package updates," said Donald Stewart in the release announcement.

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