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DreamLinux 3.0 RC1

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I've toyed with DreamLinux before (2.2) so I felt inclined to give the RC1 of DreamLinux 3.0 a go. I've always had an interest in DreamLinux because of the interface; I like the OSX feel they've deliberately aimed for and I appreciate there are a lot of users who also like this theme.

Installation

DreamLinux may have one of the least intuitive installation processes I've seen in over 12 months - I place a lot of importance on an easy installation. In my experience if an application is difficult to install most users will get tired and stop trying. This is very much what I faced with DreamLinux.

When opting to "Install" from the LiveCD I was told "no partitions were found".

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