Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Eeebuntu reborn as Aurora

Eeebuntu, custom distribution to award-winning family of netbooks from ASUS EeePC last year broke with its roots of Ubuntu, reborn with a new name, a new distribution base and a new orientation.

Building on work being done for never released Eeebuntu 4.0 , Aurora is now based on Debian and GNOME desktop very clean, and supports equally well for desktops and laptops in addition to original EeePC netbooks.

Unlike Ubuntu, Aurora will not release a new version every six months, but its users to send updates such as "Service Pack". Another new one is Jupiter, an exclusive utility for managing hardware and power consumption, which although is mainly targeted at netbooks with Atom CPU, it also works in rest of supported systems.
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