Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Dec 2006 23:16 UTC, submitted by brewin
Linux The Symphony OS Project is pleased to announce the release of Symphony OS 2006-12. This release, the first since May, brings more stability and enhanced features to the young desktop environment and Linux Distro. Based on Debian Testing, Symphony OS 2006-12 also now includes the gnome-system-tools within it's System target menu providing GUI system management functions that were missing from previous releases. The system also features Firefox 2, many other updated packages, and performance improvements.
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Is this pure debian?
by evilmegaman on Thu 14th Dec 2006 16:25 UTC
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Just wondering if this is a pure debian base. Like if it is 100% compatible with debian packages. if so, I would totally install it.

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RE: Is this pure debian?
by B. Janssen on Thu 14th Dec 2006 16:39 in reply to "Is this pure debian?"
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I don't know about the recent release, but in earlier times you could just add their repo to your SID and apt-get the desktop "mezzo" and could use it. It looked swell, a lot like what Novell is trying to do with the revamped startmenus in Gnome and KDE but more consequent. I also realized that moving non-hideable control elements to the four corners eats too much desktop space and really is awkward for day to days use, or at least not my cup of tea. I'm more of a hotkey+mouse guy ;-)

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