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CCux Linux

CCux Linux is a Linux distribution especially optimized for i686 and higher processor architectures. For package management it uses the RPM format in connection with the smart tools, which give it automatic dependency resolving when installing new software and therefore makes the installation of new software much easier.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  04 Aug 2008 20:32

    Release Notes: Many new features have been implemented, and the installer and installation system have been totally reworked. Highlights include KDE 4.1.0, GNOME, XFCE, Fluxbox, Linux 2.6.26, OpenOffice, and VDR integration.

    •  20 Apr 2006 10:11

      Release Notes: Highlights of this release included kernel 2.6.16, KDE 3.5.2, RPM 4.4.2 and Smart Package Manager, Firefox, and Thunderbird 1.5. Many installer bugs were fixed. QTparted is now used.

      •  09 May 2005 08:46

        Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed and many enhancements were made in the boot process for the Installation CD. New boot codes were added to make the distribution even easier to install. Some programs were updated and additions were made to the Repository, including kernel

        •  30 Apr 2005 09:31

          Release Notes: This release introduces full SATA and SCSI support in the installer. It also features kernel (including BlueZ, wlan-ng, ipw2100 and 2200, and fbsplash), 6.8.2 (including driver updates and evdev support), KDE 3.4.0, RPM 4.4, aptrpm 0.5.15cnc7, Synaptic 0.56, DBUS and HAL support, Firefox 1.0.3, Thunderbird 1.0.2, and much more.

          •  30 Jan 2005 08:15

            Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release for some severe installer issues. But additionally it has some nice new features like the removal of supermount. Automatic device mounting is now performed by dbus/hal/ivman, making it much more reliable, especially for CD/DVD drives and every sort of USB storage device. User interaction is no longer needed for this.

            Recent comments

            25 Aug 2006 01:28 aliBa

            Great distro!
            Very easy to install and very fast!!!

            The fastes distribution I've ever seen!


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