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Sabayon Linux Gnome 4.2 Released

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Sabayon 4.2 will catch you: just the best of the Out-Of-The-Box, GNOME, multimedia applications and nothing more than what you need for your daily tasks, but what about your free time? We’ve got it. XBMC (formerly known as Xbox Media Center) 9.04 is what you’ve ever wanted to build up a fantastic HTPC or Internet Multimedia Box, so what’s better than having it ready to use? Show off the new Sabayon Linux to your friends, they have no more excuses to not try it!

Distribution Features:

Based on Sabayon 4.1 GNOME, containing hundreds of bug fixes and performance improvements
<2GB ISO footprint
Custom Linux Kernel 2.6.29
Ext4 as default filesystem
Complete GNOME 2.26.2 flavour
OpenOffice 3.1
Compiz and Compiz Fusion 0.8.4
X.Org 7.4 supporting AMD and NVIDIA latest video cards
Multimedia applications (audio, video, dvd ripping, file sharing)
Media Center Mode, transforming your Sabayon in a complete Multimedia platform thanks to XBMC
Entropy Package Manager 0.96.26 (ready for 1.0!)
World of Goo Demo – best 2D game ever!
Sexiest Skin ever!
Ready for Sabayon 5!

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