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PCLinuxOS Enlightenment (E-17) Desktop updated.

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We’re excited to announce the PCLinuxOS Enlightenment Desktop packages have been updated to the second beta release of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. After a huge amount of work by the Enlightenment developers, they are finally approaching the 1.0 release, and are asking for the community to help test this version in the widest array possible of configurations so that they can be confident their final product will be rock-solid! This update will appear in your Synaptic Package Manager shortly if you have the Enlightenment desktop installed.

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