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PCLinuxOS 2009.2 MiniMe Video and Screenshots

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The PCLinuxOS 2009.2 MiniMe KDE Linux distribution is out and available for download. This release includes a minimal classic KDE 3.5.10 desktop and few extra applications. The idea behind PCLinuxOS MiniMe KDE is to create a tricked out desktop and use Synaptic package manager to customize the application lineup. PCLinuxOS 2009.2 MiniMe KDE users can also update packages to KDE 4 after installation.

Here’s some screenshots I captured from this incredible starting point distro.




It's broke

It's been pulled because it won't boot on sata systems.

re: broke

oh nooo. Confused

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