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Sabayon Christmas Gaming Edition is Here

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It's here. The long awaited Sabayon Christmas Gaming DVD is available for hours of enjoyment. Sabayon is a Gentoo-based binary distribution that's easy-to-use and comes complete with browser plugins, hardware drivers, and multimedia codecs that enhance usability. It has a large repository of additional software and their own package management solution with graphical interface. Updates come so fast and furious that it could almost be considered a rolling release distro. Now all that goodness comes wrapped up in a shiny new gaming package.

On December 22, the Christmas Gaming Edition of Sabayon was announced. It features the mid-sized and flexible GNOME 2.32.1 Desktop, Linux 2.6.36, Xorg X Server 1.8.2, and GCC 4.4.2.

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