Redmond Linux is a Linux distribution that caters to the non-technical end user. Different editions of Redmond Linux will cater to different types of casual users. The first edition, Redmond Linux Personal, is specially built to make computing as simple as possible.
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Release Notes: Lots of software updates, a My Linux system, a network browser, and a personal files directory.
Release Notes: This version features Kernel 2.4.3-ac3, XFree86 4.0.3 with AA extensions, KDE 2.1.1, and the Kapital financial manager demo.
Release Notes: This release includes post 2.0.1 KDE, glibc2.2, and the 2.4.0-test10 kernel.
Release Notes: This version includes the 2.4.0-test3 kernel, KDE2 beta 4, an updated installer, and more.
Release Notes: Initial public release.