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HandyLinux 2.3 Is Based on Debian 8.3, Dedicated to the Memory of Ian Murdock

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The developers of the HandyLinux computer operating system have been proud to inform Softpedia earlier about the immediate availability for download of the HandyLinux 2.3 release.

Being based on the well-known and powerful Debian GNU/Linux 8.3 (Jessie) operating system created by Ian Murdock, who sadly passed away on December 30, 2015, today's HandyLinux 2.3 release is dedicated to his memory, and because of that, it has been dubbed by its developers "Ian."

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