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After Fedora 21, Now Chapeau 21 Linux Distribution Reaches End of Life

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Vince Pooley of Chapeau Linux has informed us that his Chapeau 21 GNU/Linux operating system reached end of life on December 1, 2015, and it will no longer be supported.

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