Weasel GNU/Linux is a KDE4-centric desktop distribution, using KDE 4.1.3. It is based on rPath Linux 2, which is based on RHEL 5.x. The core distribution is meant to be fairly stable, and the GUI is mostly bleeding-edge.
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Release Notes: Changes include an updated kernel (188.8.131.52), KDE (4.1.3), and reduced DVD size. Compat32 has been removed from the 64-bit DVD, and so have the localizations.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including the most critical one that prevented installation from being booted into KDE without kdelibs:devel installed.
Release Notes: This version includes Conary 2.0.28, Linux kernel 2.6.26, GCC 4.1.2, Glibc 2.5, Xorg-X11 7.3, KDE 4.1.0, and Qt 4.4.0.
Release Notes: This release adds a compiled full KDE 4.1.0 and included packagekit.
Release Notes: The core environment is compatible with RHEL 5.x. KDE 4.0.68 is used for the GUI.