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Old 12-21-2012, 10:12 AM   #1
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Enlightenment's E-17 Formal Release TODAY, Dec. 21, 2012


Over the past six months, I've been updating E-17 regularly. During that period, E-17 has been in varying states of brokenness. I couldn't even use my USB ATSC adapter until Dec. 20th when dbus was updated. The frantic work over the past month or so has lead to a fully functioning and stable desktop. Although I still have problems with some software like Handbrake when enabling either the "dropshadow" or "composite" modules, E-17 shines otherwise. I like it and E-17 is bound to be a popular desktop for GNU/Linux. The formal release should occur later today.
 
  


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