Distribution Release: Emmabuntüs DE4-1.01
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Patrick d’Emmabuntüs has announced the release of an updated build of Emmabuntüs, a Debian-based desktop Linux distribution designed primarily for old older and reconditioned computers donated to humanitarian organisations. Besides shipping with an updated base system, the new version also adds the Ventoy utility, an open-source tool for creating bootable USB drives from ISO image files: “The Emmabuntüs Collective is happy to announce the release of the Emmabuntüs ‘Debian’ Edition 4 1.01 update (32-bit and 64-bit), based on the Debian 11.2 ‘Bullseye’ distribution and supporting both Xfce and LXQt desktop environments. This new update of our distribution brings the addition of the Ventoy utility as part of our re-use campaign launched in early September 2020 in collaboration with our friends from Debian-Facile and Tugaleres.com in France, as well as Blabla Linux in Belgium, as we have just put online a second version of our refurbishing USB flash drive now based on Ventoy. The advantage of using Ventoy instead of MultiSystem is that it allows the creation of this key on GNU/Linux and Windows.” Read the rest of the release announcement for further details and screenshots. Download (pkglist emmabuntus-de4-amd64-11.2-1.01.iso (3,506MB, SHA256, torrent), emmabuntus-de4-i686-11.2-1.01.iso (3,488MB, SHA256, torrent).
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