Fuduntu 2013.2 Available For Download, Includes New Lite Version

Fuduntu is a Linux distribution forked from Fedora that uses GNOME 2 by default, which provides rolling updates for the applications so you can always have the latest Firefox, Chromium, VLC, GIMP, LibreOffice and so on. Fuduntu 2013.2, which has been released today, includes a new lightweight version called Fuduntu Lite, especially useful for netbooks but not only, which doesn’t include applications such as GIMP, Thunderbird or LibreOffice by default and so it requires 3-4 GB less hard drive space, depending on architecture.The new release also comes with updated Mesa library which allows users to play more games, including Half Life and Counter Strike: Source, without installing proprietary drivers.Updated packages in the latest Fuduntu 2013.2 release include:Linux Kernel 3.8.3-3;LIbreOffice 4.0.1.2;Chromium 25.0.1364.172;Firefox 19.0.2;Thunderbird 17.0.4;GIMP 2.8.4/Also, XBMC Media Center has been added to the Fuduntu repositories.The Fuduntu 2013.2 release announcement mentions that the team has grown and further more, a Fuduntu KDE spin should be available in the future.The first thing you’ll notice when you log in to Fuduntu is a GNOME 2 panel at the top with a classic-style menu and Cairo Dock at the bottom with some of the default applications: Chromium, VLC, Pidgin and LibreOffice, as well as a

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