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Slackel Openbox 2.0 has been released.

Created:2013/3/19 12:22:04 djemos   Views:45975

Slackel Openbox 2.0  has been released.

Slackel is based on Slackware and Salix. It uses the excellent Salix tools and Salix packages. Many thanks to Salix team members and packagers for this great work of developing.

A collection of two Openbox iso images are immediately available, including 32-bit and 64-bit installation images that can be burned to a CD.

Slackel Openbox 2.0 includes the current tree of Slackware and Openbox 3.5.0 accompanied by a very rich collection of software. Linux kernel is 3.7.10. The Midori 0.4.8 web browser, Claws-Mail 3.8.1 and Transmission are the main networking applications included in this release. SpaceFm is the file manager. It comes also with Openjre-7u9, rhino, icedtea-web, Pidgin and Gftp. Wicd is used for setting up your wired or wireless networking connections.

Abiword, Gnumeric
and ePDFviewer office applications are included. Whaawmp is the default movie player, Exaile 3.3.0 is the application to use for managing your music collection, Asunder Cd ripper, Bracero for writing CD/DVD's and more.

The Salix codecs installer application can be used, to quickly and easily install patent encumbered codecs to your system.

In the graphics section Viewnior 1.3 is the default image viewer, Gimp 2.8.4 for editing images and Scrot the snapshot utility.

On Slackel repositories can find also Openjdk-7u9, LibreOffice-4.0.1, Thunderbird 17.0.4, Firefox 19.0.2, inkscape, vlc-2.0.5Μumble, Μurmur, Postfix, Dovecot and much more.

More software choices are available in the form of SlackBuild scripts and users can have automated access to these SlackBuilds using either slapt-src from the command line or Sourcery graphical management tool.

On the 32-bit side of things, there are both SMP (multiple processor capable) and non-SMP (single processor) kernels. The non-SMP kernel is mostly intended for machines that can't run the SMP kernel, which is anything older than a Pentium III, and some models of the Pentium M that don't support PAE. On 32-bit, it is highly recommended to use the SMP kernel if your machine is able to boot with it (even if you have only a single core) because the optimization and memory handling options should yield better performance.

You can download all Slackel Openbox iso images from the following links, using the Sourceforge servers.

Slackel Openbox current 2.0 (32-bit) installation image
(size: 677MB,md5: 9f1d668ded4543675176693e8634dab9)

Slackel64 Openbox current 2.0 (64-bit) installation image
(size: 617MB,md5: 3f191d75d646f00227fdc36b60e7ee36)

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