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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

TinyMe 2010 Beta 1 released

tinyme_linux_logo Kaleb Marshall has announced the availability of the first beta release of TinyMe

2010, a Unity Linux-based minimalist distribution with Openbox: "I am glad to announce the release of TinyMe 2010 'Acorn' Beta 1! TinyMe is a Unity-based distribution targeted at older computers and people who want a very light and fast desktop environment.

Release notes: you will be automatically logged into the guest account when booting up the live CD; due to the lateness of the year, I decided to change TinyMe 2009 to TinyMe 2010; at this point, only an LZMA-compressed ISO images is offered.

Features: Linux kernel, Pragha audio player, AbiWord - a light and fast word processor, Midori web browser...."

Read the rest of the release announcement for more details. Download: TinyMe-2010-Beta-1.i586.iso (199MB, MD5).

• 2009-12-18: Development Release: TinyMe 2010 Beta 1
• 2009-11-05: Development Release: TinyMe 2009 Alpha 3
• 2009-02-08: Development Release: TinyMe 2009 Alpha 1
• 2008-12-10: Distribution Release: TinyMe 2008.1
• 2008-11-11: Development Release: TinyMe 2008.1 Beta 1
• 2008-09-17: Development Release: TinyMe 2008.1 Alpha 1


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