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Who will release first

Gentoo (2008.x)
23% (47 votes)
PCLinuxOS (2008)
51% (106 votes)
Neither
26% (54 votes)
Total votes: 207

Yeah... "Duke Nukem Forever"

Yeah... "Duke Nukem Forever" lmao... Seriously, in the PCLOS forums, they are shooting for a July release of PCLOS 2008. Well, *all will be revealed when the time is right*. Until then, There is a decent community remaster that came out recently called PCFluxboxOS that is worth a look-see for those who want a lightweight PCLOS experience on that Dinoputer chillin in the closet.
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The more I find out about Micro$haft Winblows, the more I like Linux. Go Open-Source, and use the money you save on licensing to build a Linux machine for a needy family!

re: Poll

What - no "Duke Nukem Forever" Option?

re: poll

lololol, augh sh*t... forgot.

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