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SalineOS 1.6 review

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SalineOS is a desktop Linux distribution based on Debian and uses the Xfce desktop environment. The first version reviewed on this website was SalineOS 1.1, and that was back in February 2011 . There has been several versions published since then – SalineOS 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5.

This article is a review of the latest version, SalineOS 1.6, which was released on February 1 2011.

Read the complete article at www.linuxbsdos.com

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