ROOT Linux is an advanced GNU/Linux operating system/distribution. It aims to be fast, stable, secure, and flexible. It is built for experienced GNU/Linux users.
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Release Notes: A new package system, updated packages, an updated installer, loads of bugfixes, the removal of all translations, and general fixes.
Release Notes: This release features a new, more advanced package system, lots of installation improvements, general polishing of init scripts and packages, and loads of updated packages.
Release Notes: This release features big improvements to the installer, support for devfs and PAM, the latest versions of KDE and GNOME (3.0.3 and 2.0.1), GCC 3.2, and PureFTPd as the default FTP daemon. The 'agetty' program has been replaced with the smaller 'mingetty'. Non-free packages has been moved to a 'nonfree' folder.
Release Notes: Fixes for the annoying libpng/GNOME error and several other problems, and many package upgrades.
Release Notes: This release contains many updates and bugfixes. This release uses CUPS as printing system and PureFTPD as the default FTP daemon. The installation has been improved, and ext3 support was added. This release contains Linux 2.4.17, glibc 2.2.5, KDE 2.2.2, and XFree86 4.2.0.