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ZevenOS 5.0: a lightweight Linux with a multimedia twist

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There are Linux distributions out there for pretty much every taste and purpose, but every once in a while I'll come across one that seems especially intriguing.

That happened this week with the release of ZevenOS 5.0, a Linux distro that's based on the lightweight Xubuntu but adds a multimedia focus.

“I am proud to announce the release of ZevenOS 5.0,” reads the Tuesday announcement on the project site. “ZevenOS still is the best Linux distribution with a BeOS touch.”

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