Kanotix 2013 CeBIT Surprise

Kanotix is a Debian-based desktop distribution originally designed to support a wider selection of hardware and provider newer packages than Debian. Started in 2003, Kanotix has had a rocky history with at least two declared deaths and rebirths. Now today a new release was announced with Steam installed by default. Kanotix 2013 ships with Linux 3.8.2, Xorg X Server 1.12.4, GCC 4.7.2, Grub 2, KDE 4.8.4, and NVIDIA 313.18. Some of the applications include LibreOffice 4.0, Amarok 2.7.0, VLC 2.0.3, GIMP 2.8.2, and Iceweasel 19. The announcement warns, "The main difference is that a newer libc6 2.17 is used (from Debian Experimental) which has the effect that self-compiled binaries can not be shared with Debian Wheezy users." But the good news is that Steam "should work fine even from USB hd installs."     Download Kanotix 2013 CeBIT Special. Related Activities Comments (0) Post a Comment Ask a Question Related Blog Posts Mark Shuttleworth Steps In On Developers’ Ubuntu Kerfuffle (post comment) Linux Lately: openSUSE 12.3, New Distro, OpenMandriva (post comment) Command Line Music With CMUS (3 comments)

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