Mario Colque has announced the release of Tuquito 3.1, a user-friendly, Ubuntu-based distribution for desktops developed in Argentina.
New features in this release include: Linux kernel 2.6.31; GNOME 2.28.1; new functions added to Garfio, a system configuration tool; improved Tuquito RSS feed; addition of Banshee and VLC players; 100% compatible with MS Office file formats; support for reading and writing to FAT and NTFS partitions; automatic mounting of NTFS partitions; support for booting from USB storage device or DVD drives; addition of Google Chrome browser; support for netbooks; improved support for Broadcom wireless chipsets; support for Windows wireless drivers; ext4 as the default file system; out-of-the-box support for MP3 and DVD playback; support for ADSL modems; integration of VINE; addition of VirtualBox.
Read the rest of the release announcement (in Spanish) for more information and screenshots.
• 2009-12-24: Distribution Release: Tuquito 3.1
• 2009-08-14: Distribution Release: Tuquito 3
• 2007-06-25: Distribution Release: Tuquito 2.0r5
• 2006-05-25: Development Release: Tuquito 2.0 Beta 3
Tuquito is a distribution of the operating system GNU / Linux Linux native of Argentina and based on Debian GNU / Linux and Ubuntu, [2 that implements the technology LiveCD (boot from a CD), this allows the user to have on your computer one system complete in minutes, with all the software and hardware configured and ready to use, without changing at all your PC, buying time to time perform specific tasks, in its latest version includes software that allows users to create a LiveUSB so you can save your changes.
Can also be installed on your PC using two types of Complete or Basic installation, taking all set and ready in its rigid in minimal time.
It has 2 gigs of applications on a cd normal, with a selection of packages in the areas of office automation, multimedia, internet, programming, science, etc
The snapshot aesthetic Tuquito, allows using a simple and friendly working environment.
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