Solus 3 Linux Distribution Released For Enthusiasts
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 15 August 2017 at 06:16 AM EDT. 26 Comments
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Today marks the third iteration of the rolling-release Solus Linux distribution project that has become increasingly popular with enthusiasts and is also aligned with their own Budgie Desktop Environment.

Solus 3 is riding off the Linux 4.12 kernel, Mesa 17.1.6, Firefox 55, and a plethora of other package upgrades. There are also various changes like enabling AppArmor LSM, adding support for Ubuntu Snaps, Budgie Desktop improvements, and a range of other enhancements throughout.


Those wanting to learn more about Solus 3 or download it can do so at Solus-Project.com.

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