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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Estrella Roja is a Debian-based distribution and live CD for the desktop developed in Argentina.

Estrella Roja (formerly Red Star GNU/Linux) is a Debian-based distribution and live CD for the desktop.

Developed in Argentina, it is primarily designed for Spanish-speaking users.

Estrella Roja Estrella Roja 2.8, an Argentinian Linux distribution based on Debian's testing branch, but featuring the legacy KDE 3.5 desktop, has been released. According to the release announcement (in Spanish), the new version combines the relatively lightweight KDE 3.5 desktop environment with a new i686-optimised Linux kernel, version 2.6.34, with a PREEMPT patch and support for many WiFi chipsets, including Intel, Atheros, Broadcom and Realtek. Among the included packages WINE has been updated to version 1.1, Pidgin to version 2.7.1, MPlayer to the latest SVN build with support for Spanish and with skins, emesene to version 1.6.2 (with webcam support), XChat to version 2.8, and NVIDIA driver to version 173.14.25.

Also included is wxDFast, a download accelerator program and rtmpdump 2.3, a console program that displays Flash streaming.

The live CD image is available for Download (MD5) from here: estrellaroja2.8_i686.iso (700MB).

Recent releases:

• 2010-07-03: Distribution Release: Estrella Roja 2.8
• 2009-08-07: Distribution Release: Estrella Roja 2.5


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