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Gentoo 10.1 LiveDVD Brings Fixes & Enhancements

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Published on 25 October 2009 12:15 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems
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In celebration of Gentoo's 10th birthday, the Gentoo engineering team banded together and created the Gentoo 10 LiveDVD of the latest packages for this rolling Linux distribution. Less than a month after releasing Gentoo 10.0, the Gentoo Ten team has released Gentoo 10.1.

The Gentoo 10.1 LiveDVD contains enhancements and bug-fixes since the 10.0 release at the start of the month. Like the 10.0 release, 10.1 is available in x86 and x86_64 spins that weigh in at just under 3GB.

The brief Gentoo 10.1 LiveDVD announcement can be found at Gentoo.org with download links. Below are a few screenshots we captured from the amd64 spin of Gentoo 10.1. However, it's not a whole lot different from Gentoo 10.0.

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