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Bluewhite64 Linux 11.0 released

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Announcing Bluewhite64 Linux 11.0 !

http://www.bluewhite64.com

This is the first Bluewhite64 Linux stable release after a 5 months of
development and maintenance !
Thanks to all who helped make this release possible!

Bluewhite64 11.0 includes the Linux 2.6.17.13 kernel(2.6.18 kernel in
the testing/ directory) with support for IDE, SATA, SCSI and RAID
controllers. Also, supports GCC 3.4.6 and Glibc 2.3.6 with NPTL (Native
POSIX Thread Library), Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS, XFS and IBM`s SGI
filesystems, six window managers including the latest KDE 3.5.4 and XFce
4.2.3.2, updated development tools, the Subversion version control
system, the Mozilla Firefox browser and Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5.0.7
email and news client, Apache 1.3.7 webserver with php-4.4.4 (php-5.1.6
in extra/ directory), Mysql 5.0.24a and much more.

For a complete list of changes since Bluewhite64 11.0-rc5, check out the
Bluewhite64 11.0 Changelog page at:

http://www.bluewhite64.com/page.php?11

Read the official announcement at http://bluewhite64.com/page.php?9

If you want to support the Bluewhite64 Linux project development, you
can make a small donation using this link:

http://store.bin-sh.ro/bluewhite64

You can download CD and DVD ISO images using the primary mirror:

ftp://mirror.inode.at/bluewhite64

or choose one from the GetBluewhite64 page at

http://bluewhite64.com/page.php?5

This release brings 5 install CD ISO images and one DVD ISO image.

CD ISO`s content:
* install CD #1 - first bootable installation disk
(A, AP, D, E, K, L, N, TCL, X, XAP and Y software series,
isolinux/ and kernels/ directories);
* install CD #2 - second install CD (F, KDE, KDEi, T software series);
* install CD #3 - third install CD
(extra/, pasture/, testing/ and source/ part one directories);
* install CD #4 - source part two;
* install CD #5 - source part tree.

Enjoy using Bluewhite64 Linux !

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