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Solus 1.1 to Land Really Soon, Users Needed to Test AMD GPU Drivers

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The Solus operating system is now available in a stable form, and its developers are preparing to release the first point release.

Since Solus is going to be supported for the next couple of years, the developers need to work on the problems that have been reported by the community. They have already promised that they will squash all the bugs in a little over a month, but they are also preparing for the first point release.

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