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Hacao linux 2.01 Professional released !

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Hi !

Hacao linux 2.01 Professional released !. The live-CD iso file is 214M only.

All in one.

Hacao linux 2.01 Professional based on Hacao.Office 2.01 and a lot of softs.

1. Auto dectect & connect LAN, Wireless internet.

2. Printing with full CUPS.

3. Java installer.

4. Skype internet phone.

5. Gimp editor image.

6. Install Windows applications with Wine and Winexs.

7. A few fixed and images ...

Hacao linux 2.01 Professional very good for Bussiness, Shool, Home.

Download(214M): 1. http://hacao.net/iso/Hacao201Pro.iso
2. http://hacao.dotpups.de/Hacao201Pro.iso
3. http://hacao.hichic.net/iso/201/Hacao201Pro.iso
MD5: 08a8798d7ab3e686e91c2879dd97afe0 Hacao201Pro.iso

Pls, mirror this ISO (big download after a few newspaper introduce it)

Thanks,


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