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Old 04-10-2009, 03:03 PM   #1
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Ultra X Linux almost here!

Ultra X Linux ready for release soon!
Hello world,

Ultra X Linux is Debian based and is the long removed step child of UBUNTU. I used many features and packages from UBUNTU in the creation of Ultra X Linux. Ultra X Linux is fast and stable even for BETA1. You can still use the UBUNTU library with Ultra X Linux as there is no Library as of yet. Ultra X Linux is in the final release stages, we are creating the live CD and Installer. Once complete Ultra X Linux will be available for download at . The Ultra X Linux kernel is fast and stable and packed full of accessories without eating up valuable disk space. Ultra X Linux install is smaller than Ubuntu's install at the moment, but that can change once we start adding cool APP's and packages. Ultra X Linux also comes with a cool new feature: how many of you ever experienced the all annoying .XO-lock error and similar bugs? Ultra X Linux has a new feature called tmpclear; tmp clear starts along with the system boot clears var, old packages, old kernel junk and tmp files: such as .X0-lock. For those of you who would like to develop Ultra X Linux it comes standard with reconstructor and remastersys. Ultra X Linux comes standard with compiz advanced Desktop effects and tons of cool stuff.

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We are currently looking for help with the following: blog admins, forum moderators, web site admins, BETA testers and more. If you are intreseted in getting invovled in this new cool Distro email me at .

Thank you,
Chris Paradise

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Please don't post the same message more than once.
Old 04-13-2009, 01:15 PM   #3
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Given your disregard of the rules here, I will be sure to ignore it.

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