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PinguyOS 14.04.4-1 & Pinguy Builder Update

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I have updated the Pinguy Builder so it now has full support for UEFI on 32-bit distros. This includes off-line install of the UEFI Grub. Version 4.* has beta support for 16.04. This is still very much a work in progress.

Because of the update and people having issues with off-line install with Pinguy OS, I have updated and repackaged all the ISOs with the new Pinguy Builder. So if you had issues installing in the past, this is now all fixed.

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