Distribution Release: Kaisen Linux 1.7
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Kaisen Linux is a rolling-release, Debian-based desktop distribution. The project’s latest release, Kaisen Linux 1.7, introduces improved Btrfs support, replaces noatime flags with relatime, cleans out old dependencies which are no longer required, and updates the Linux kernel. “New Btrfs mount options for Kaisen Linux. Removal of the noatime option to allow the deletion of snapshots (replaced by the relatime option to limit disk writes). Removed gksu in favor of a polkit for graphical tool launchers. Removed unused dependencies on conkycolors. Added smilies support for OpenVPN client on all interfaces. Updated Linux to 5.10.46. Updated Firefox to version 88. Guests are now installed by kaisen-build via the common folder, and removed automatically by the installer depending on the environment in which Kaisen is installed (e.g. if you use VMWare you will only have VMWare guests installed, if you don’t use any hypervisor, all guests will be removed). Tools for administrators categorized in several metapackages in order to install or uninstall only a part of the tools (e.g. just the DNS tools, or the GNS3 stack, SysOps tools and not the complete set).” Further details can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download (SHA256, pkglist kaisenlinuxrolling1.7-amd64-MATE.iso (3,756MB), kaisenlinuxrolling1.7-amd64-KDE.iso (4,084MB), kaisenlinuxrolling1.7-amd64-XFCE.iso (3,612MB), kaisenlinuxrolling1.7-amd64-LXDE.iso (3,712MB).
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