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Snowlinux 4 Glacier - The winter is coming

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I received a lot of emails, i.e. more than one, telling me I ought to review the Snowlinux distribution. And it does sound interesting. Somewhat like Mint, a combination of Debian and Ubuntu, and other fancy stuff.

Then, you also get a whole range of desktop environments, and I chose Cinnamon here, so it really should be interesting. For me, Cinnamon has always worked well, improving the desktop experience. Let us see how Glacier handles here. Now, I could have chosen version 3 for the review, which is based on Ubuntu LTS, but I went for the latest, which has its roots in pure Debian.

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