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PCLinuxOS 0.93a MiniMe Available for download

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PCLinuxOS MiniMe 0.93a is the slim version of our Live CD for those who just want a basic desktop without the bloat. Simply put the CD into your CD or DVD drive and run it in live mode without ever touching anything on your computer. In addition to the Live CD mode you can also save your changes to a usb key disk.

PCLinuxOS MiniMe can be installed to your computer by simply clicking on the install icon on the desktop and using the easy to follow instructions provided you like PCLinuxOS and it runs well on your computer.

After hard drive installation, you can access over 5000 programs to fully customize your desktop the way YOU want.

Whats New: Everything!

MiniMe comes with the 2.6.16.27 kernel, a basic KDE 3.5.3 desktop (kdebase and kdelibs), CD Installer, USB Key Disk Setup, Synaptic Software Manager and Control Center.

More Info Here and and HERE.

Download Page.

PCLinuxOS Logo Contest Winners Announced...

The PCLinuxOS logo contest winners have been announced:

More Info HERE.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

Doesn't show the winning entry

That page has links to the logos that placed #2 thru #6 but doesn't link to the winning entry (links to the guy's profile not his artwork).

What's up with that?

re: winning entry

HERE's the missing entry. Here's a better announcement I guess.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

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