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Ark Linux Releases with KDE 3.5 Beta 1

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A release candidate of Ark Linux 2005.2 has been released, featuring KDE 3.5 Beta 1. Ark Linux is a very KDE centric desktop Linux distribution, aimed at making Linux easily usable to everyone while remaining technically sane. Aside from the move to KDE 3.5, this release features even more KDE integration including OpenOffice.org KAddressBook integration, and the usual round of speedups and bugfixes.

The Ark Linux team are planning to release 2005.2 final at the same time as KDE 3.5 is released.

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