Distribution Release: Simplicity Linux 20.1
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Simplicity Linux is a Devuan-based distribution which follows a similar design to Puppy Linux. The project’s latest release, Simplicity Linux 20.1, is available in three editions: Desktop, Mini, and Gaming. It features PulseAudio and uses Cinnamon as the default graphical environment. “We are pleased to announce the release of Simplicity Linux 20.1. It is based on Buster Dog and uses Cinnamon as a window manager. We’ve also pre-installed PulseAudio rather than the usual ALSA because it was causing problems with a few modern apps. Simplicity Linux 20.1 comes in three different editions: Mini, Desktop and Gaming. We usually create an X Edition, which showcases features which may or may not appear in a future version of Simplicity Linux, but we’ve decided to rest this for one release cycle as will be explained later. Mini is our lightweight Linux distro. It features minimal pre-installed software, instead using cloud based software. It uses Google Chrome as the main portal to software, and has shortcuts to commonly used cloud based software.” Additional details can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download (MD5, pkglist Desktop20-1.iso (747MB), Gaming20-1.iso (690MB), Mini20-1.iso (586MB).
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