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Old 09-14-2006, 01:50 PM   #1
Kwestion
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Distribution: suse linux 9.2-migrating to-Sabayon
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Thumbs up Sabayon Linux X86/X86-64 3.0 Released


Pop down to:
www.sabayonlinux.org
If you're a newbie, it is designed to just work!
If you're not it's Gentoo based.
It's a live disk with installer and all the graphical goodness of XGL.
Go on!
Tell us on our forums what you think!
 
  


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