Announcing Omega 10
Posted on: 12/16/2008 12:23 PM

Omega 10, a Linux distribution based on Fedora 10, has been released

I am pleased to announce the general release of Omega 10, a Linux based operating system and a community Fedora Remix for desktop and laptop users.

It is a installable Live CD for regular PC (i686 architecture) systems. It has all the features of Fedora 10 and a number of additional multimedia players and codecs. You can play any multimedia including MP3 music or commercial DVD's out of the box.

In addition to that, a number of other useful software including Brasero media burner, OpenJDK - Free and open source Java, including the browser plugin and command line utilities like mc and powertop is packed in the Live CD and available by default.

For what's new in Fedora 10, refer to

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_10_release_summary

Download:
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ftp://ftp.infradead.org/pub/spins/omega-10-desktop.iso

SHA1SUM:
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63b8e2f0a8d14a9c4ae4bbc4b031e4ad8a98ccc8 omega-10-desktop.iso

Release Notes:
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ftp://ftp.infradead.org/pub/spins/README.Omega-10-Release-Notes

Kickstart file for your own customization is at

ftp://ftp.infradead.org/pub/spins/omega-10-desktop-livecd.ks

Enjoy Omega. Thank you for your participation and feedback.

Rahul



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