BLAG is a single-CD Linux distribution that has a suite of graphics, Internet, audio, video, office, and peer-to-peer file sharing applications. It is based on Fedora Core, Dag, Freshrpms, etc. It is up-to-date with all Fedora errata updates at the time of release, and uses apt/synaptic for easy upgrades and installation of new applications.
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Release Notes: A few annoying problems with version 90000 have been fixed, such as some broken dependencies. A number of packages have been added to the CD, some of which appeared in earlier blag releases, such as: bittorrent, freej, gcc, gqview, gthumb, thunderbird, vnc-server, and xchat. The CD has 97 package updates, including a new kernel-libre-188.8.131.52-86.fc9.1, firefox 3.0.1, gnome/gtk2/nautilus packages, pidgin, xorg, and more.
Release Notes: This version is based on Fedora Core 7 and includes updates to nearly all packages.
Release Notes: This is the first alpha version of BLAG based on Fedora Core 7. New features are similar to those found in Fedora Core 7 (at the moment).
Release Notes: This version is an incremental update from 60000, rolling in over 200 updates and several new packages.
Release Notes: This version includes a large number of updates. BLAG 60000 is based on Fedora Core 6.